Electronics Technology

Let’s face it; we all interact with electronics devices everyday of our lives! The Electronics program provides students with the skill-sets required within today’s leading industries to assemble, install, interface, maintain and repair electronic circuits, devices and equipment.

Through a combination of instructor-led discussions, defined coursework, state-of-the-art computer assisted instructional software and practical hands-on experiments and projects, students will learn the correct use of Electrical Safety Procedures; Electronic Test Equipment and Effective Troubleshooting Procedures.

The Electronics program assumes no prior technical knowledge and emphasizes a ground-up, step-by-step approach in the discovery of electronics technologies, including:

  • DC Circuits
  • AC Circuits
  • Solid-State Circuits and Devices
  • Digital Circuits and Devices
  • Microprocessor Technologies

Comprehensive electrical/electronics theory is substantiated with extensive, hands-on lab work specially designed to re-enforce the student’s understanding of the presented curriculum and concepts. Successful completion of the Electronics career pathway, in conjunction with optional Independent Industry Certifications and cooperative college credit alliances, fully qualifies graduates for entry-level employment in many of today’s technology industries.

According to a recent national business review, Electronics Technician positions will see continued growth over the next 10 years, outpaced only by health care technology.

Click here to view the Electronics Technology brochure

Instructor

Instructor- Bill Leyrer
bleyrer@rrtc.edu
580-255-2903 ext. 261

Other Important Info

College Credit: Students may be able to earn up to 28 credit hours toward an Associate’s Degree in Aviation Electronics Technology through Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology.

Local Program Offerings

Electronics Technician

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