Electronics and Computer Technology Department

Electronics and Computer Technology Department

Electronics & Computer Engineering Program

Electronics and Computer Technology Department

Computers & Networking Program

Electronics and Computer Technology Department

Electronics Systems Program

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Electronics and computers touch virtually every aspect of modern life. Our hands-on degree and certificate programs prepare you for high-paying careers in a broad range of industries.

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Programs
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Electronics & Computer Engineering TechnologyPrepare for careers as a technician in electronics or transfer into a bachelor's program in engineering technology, electronics, or industrial technology. The Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology program provides basic and advanced training in analog and digital circuits, electronic communications, microprocessors and computers, and industrial electronics. 
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Computers & Networking TechnologyEnter careers as computer and networking service technicians through the Computers & Networking Technology program. It provides training in electronics fundamentals as well as in-depth study of operating systems, computer hardware, wired and wireless networks, and servers. Students are prepared for industry-standard certification examinations (A+, Network+, Security+, and Server+).
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Electronics Systems TechnologyQuickly enter the workforce as an electronics systems technician. The Electronics Systems Technology program provides students with hands-on training in low-voltage wiring and cabling (including fiber optic, coax, and unshielded twisted pair) and terminations for voice, video, and data systems. Technicians work in a range of settings, including with cable providers; electrical contractors; computer and networking companies; and home automation contractors. 

 

Our Staff

  • Steve Harsany
  • Jaime Uranga
  • Joe Denny
Electronics Department

Building 28B
(909) 274-4978 or (909) 274-4976
Jonathan Hymer or Joe Denny
mtsac.edu/electronics