Electronic Technology

et2.jpgJoin the exciting field of Electronics where you will learn from industry professionals how to repair circuits, robotics (build robots), A.C. and D.C. fundamentals, and much much more. You will learn everything you need to know to become an Electronic Technician. 

Job prospects are excellent for entry-level technicians and technologists in companies involved in the manufacturing, installation, testing, repair, service and sales of electronic components and equipment. 

With additional training become an:
-  Electrical Engineer
-  Electronic Engineer
-  Electronic Technologist

Classes

For more information, contact Department Chair, Eugene Evancoe at (949) 582-4879.

Eugene Evancoe  View profile information for Eugene Evancoe  Preview personal webpage for Eugene Evancoe
Electronic Technology Instructor
(949) 582-4879
Thomas Smith  View profile information for Thomas Smith
Sr. Lab Technician-ATAS
(949) 582-4780

Awards of Achievement

   General Electronic Technology Certificate
   Analog and Digital Circuit Technology Certificate
   Digital Electronic Technology Certificate
   Analog and Digital Electronics Occupational Skills Award

For more detailed information on certificates, please view the course catalog under Electronic Technology

Associate in Science Degree

Completion of the certificate program and a minimum of 60 units including the general education requirements with an overall GPA of 2.0 qualifies the student for the Associate in Science degree. A minimum of 12 units must be completed at Saddleback College.

Transfer

With the completion of an associates degree or satisfying transfer requirements to a university there are opportunities to obtain a Bachelors of Science Degree in Electronic Technology.
 

Gainful Employment Disclosure Statements

Federal regulations require higher education institutions to disclose information regarding the success of its students in certificate programs that lead to employment.

The information includes graduation rates, estimated education costs, median debt of students who completed programs, and other information designed to help students make better-informed choices about colleges and universities they select.

Analog and Digital Circuit

Digital Electronic Technology

General Electric Technology