This program prepares students for entry-level employment as an electronic technician in a variety of industries. Opportunities include: work as an engineering aide, a technician, or a manager in a particular area, such as communications systems, computer and digital systems, microwave, medical electronics, manufacturing, or precision instruments.
|Career Opportunity||Regional Demand|
|Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technician||Low|
|General Electronics Mechanic||Low|
"When I was five years old, I took my aunt's television remote control apart," said College of San Mateo alumnus Richard Tyler, recalling when he first became interested in electronics.Read more »