Learn electronics technology
Skilled electronics technicians are able to fabricate, test, install, operate and maintain highly technical systems for communications, computers and computer networks, and industrial process control. Focusing on the fundamentals of electronics and related mathematics, the electronics technology program at JCCC offers students comprehensive, theoretical and practical knowledge.
At JCCC, you can earn an associate of applied science degree in electronics technology. The 67-credit-hour program focuses on the underlying principles of electronic devices, circuit analysis and digital electronics, providing a broad systems view. The latest laboratory equipment allows students to diagnose circuits with equipment similar to that used in industry. Program graduates also have the opportunity to pursue a baccalaureate degree (B.S.E.E.T.) in electronics engineering technology at participating four-year institutions
If you are looking for other options, the 9-credit-hour industrial controls certificate focuses on programmable logic controllers and a variety of input and output devices. The three-course sequence covers both the hardware and programming aspects of controllers used in industrial processes.
A 19-credit-hour microcomputer technical support vocational certificate teaches entry-level skills students need to work in a computer help-desk environment. This 6-course sequence exposes the student to significant aspects of computer hardware, computer networks and interconnection computer software, as well as teaching interpersonal skills.
The 26-credit-hour smart house technology controls certificate focuses on the installation and integration of a wide range of networking, automation and remote control systems in homes.
Students who have declared electronics technology as their program intent are also eligible to enroll in internship courses, for which they earn credit for working in the electronics technology field.
For more information about the electronics technology program at JCCC, contact 913-469-8500, ext. 3675, or e-mail.