Welcome to Electronics and Avionics
Electronics and Avionics Overview
The Electronics & Avionics Technology program helps prepare students with the knowledge and skills necessary for continued education and, ultimately, a successful career in the field of Electronics. Electronics technicians apply electronic theory, electrical testing procedures and related knowledge to lay-out, build, test, troubleshoot, repair, and overhaul electronic equipment. A technician might service hospital equipment (Biomedical Equipment Technician), overhaul aviation products for Garmin, the industrial controls on a factory floor, repair missile control systems for the government, or specialize in cars and trucks, installing and repairing sound and alarm systems. Wherever your future takes you, you'll be working with computer programs, automated systems, and, of course, electricity. Many industries today, from manufacturing to telecommunications, depend on electrical equipment - as well as the people who keep that equipment running safely and efficiently.
What We Do
- Partner with educational and industrial institutions for advanced learning and employment opportunities
- Integrate skills needed in the workplace into classroom and laboratory instruction
This program is available to students in their junior and/or senior year for three hours a day.
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