Overview

This Certificate Program is designed to accommodate people with technical backgrounds who are interested in learning electronics, e.g., those with liberal arts-based computer science degrees working in areas of software where basic electronics knowledge is needed. The credits you earn in the Electronic Technology Certificate Program are transferable to the Electronic Engineering Technology Associate Degree.

To enroll in the program, you should have either completed college algebra (equivalent to MATH 124C), and possess a basic knowledge of digital electronics (ELET 115C). This program is financial aid eligible. 

Specific Admission Requirements

To enroll in the Electronic Technology Certificate Program,you should have either completed college algebra (equivalent to MATH 124C), and possess a basic knowledge of digital electronics (ELET 115C).

Electronic Technology Certificate

Course NumberCourse TitleCLLABCR
ELET 101CElectric Circuits334
ELET 102CCircuit Analysis334
ELET 110CElectronics I334
ELET 210CElectronics II334
ELET 215CAdvanced Digital Electronics334
TOTAL CREDITS20
Prerequisites:
MATH 124CCollege Algebra404
Demonstrated computer literacy

CL – Number of lecture/classroom hours per week for the course
LAB – Number of simulation laboratory, laboratory or clinical hours per week for the course
CR – Number of credit hours for the course

Careers

Here is just a sample of some of the exciting job opportunities available to you upon completion of the Electronic Technology Certificate Program:

  • Adjunct Professor

    Laurence DiBiaso, MSEE

    Electronic Engineering Technology
    Adjunct Professor
  • Adjunct Professor

    Gerald Scala, MS

    Electronic Engineering Technology
    Adjunct Professor

55-60%

of students qualify for financial aid