Electronics Engineering Technology

Electronics Engineering Technology

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Starting August 3rd, 2020

Associate and Bachelor of Science

The field of electronics is expanding in many areas. At Hamilton Tech, you will learn the theory behind electronics and then apply that theory in the laboratory. Our facilities include the tools and equipment necessary to be a success in the exciting field of electronics.

  • Monday - Thursday School Week
  • Day classes 8:20 a.m. to 1:10 p.m.
  • Evening classes 5:50 p.m. to 10:40 p.m.
  • Hands-on training
  • Six semester Associate of Science Degree Program (2 years to earn an Associates Degree)*
  • Two additional semesters (30 weeks) after Associate of Science to complete the Bachelor of Science Degree Program*
  • Industry standard Training Equipment
  • Courses Related to Employment Field
  • Curriculum Developed for Industry
  • Access to Career Services
  • Financial Aid Available to those who qualify

This program is designed for the entry-level student who has not yet had any experience with electronics. This program provides you with the fundamentals of most phases of electronics used in industry and prepares the individual to gain further on-the-job training under the supervision of more experienced technicians in a specific field of electronics.

*with no interruption in training

Electronics Courses by Semester

Electronics Courses by Semester

Associate of Science Degree

  • 1st - Semester - Mathematics, Communication, Humanities
  • 2nd - Semester - Basic Electricity & Electronics
  • 3rd Semester - Communications Electronics
  • 4th Semester - Computer Fundamentals
  • 5th Semester - Digital Electronics
  • 6th Semester - Industrial Electronics

Bachelor of Science Degree (Two Additional Semesters over the Associate)

  • 7th Semester - Communication, Managment, Culture
  • 8th Semester - Advanced Industrial Electronics

What kind of job might you get when you have successfully completed the Electronics program?

A graduate of the Electronics Program will have a variety of job possibilities open to him or her. Examples of career-related jobs include, but are not limited to:


  • Electronics Systems Technician
  • Robotics Technician
  • Production Test Technician
  • Bio-Medical Technician
  • Computer Technician
  • Communications Technician
  • Calibration Technician
  • Technical Sales Representative
  • Electronics Troubleshooter
  • Technical Associate
  • Research Associate
  • Electronics Systems Sales