Electronics technicians are employed in many sectors of business to include: forest products, defense, medical, communications, and government. The technician’s jobs include medical equipment maintenance, plant maintenance, aircraft maintenance, manufacturing, automotive, and research. Networking technicians trained in electronics serve in a wide range of jobs.
Training for electronic technicians must include mathematics, science, computer maintenance, networking, basic and advanced electronic theories. The curriculum provides a career path sequence of courses and awards that build upon each other. All courses in the level one certificate are also applicable to the degree.