About this course
The electronics industry offers many opportunities with high salaries and steady advancement for people with strong mathematics and analytical skills. This program offers an opportunity to develop abilities in a practical, hands-on curriculum. Employer demand for people who can analyze problems and implement solutions is always high. Computers, cellular phones, wireless services and other fields of electronics continue to expand. This program offers excellent opportunities for articulation into four-year colleges and universities.
A graduate of this program can articulate as a junior into the Milwaukee School of Engineering Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering Technology program. Partial articulation can be arranged to the UW System with the assistance of a program advisor. COMPASS test is required for enrollment.
- TOEFL score minimum:
- Internet Based Test (IBT): 61
- Paper Based Test (PBT): 500
- Computer Based Test (CBT): 173
- EIKEN: Grade 2A
- TOEIC: 605
- IELTS: Band 5