Associate Applied Science - Transfer
Electronics engineering technicians are in high demand as engineering assistants, field service technicians, electronic equipment technicians, manufacturing support technicians, and electronic product development engineering assistants.
The AAS-T pathway in Electronics provides a pathway for students to:
• Obtain an Associate Certified Electronics Technician (CETa) certificate after the first year of study certified by the Electronics Technicians Association – International (ETA-i).
• Earn an associate of Applied Science Transfer Degree in the field of Electronics.
• Transfer into the Electrical Engineering program at Western Washington University and/or to other four-year electrical engineering programs.
In BTC's Electronics Engineering Technology program students learn the latest electronics processes and systems, including analog and digital circuits design and analysis, analog and digital electronics , embedded micro-controller systems , sensors and instrumentation, industrial electronics, programmable logic controller and manufacturing automation, robotics and controls, lasers , optoelectronics and fiber optics, wireless communications, NANO/Micro Systems, renewable energy and emerging electronics technology. You can put your valuable skills to work in manufacturing companies, processing plants, computer service firms, telephone and wireless communications companies, electronic instrument high tech industries, electronic product development labs, and in the solar and renewable energy areas and biomedical equipment field.
68% BTC graduate placement rate
$55,182 starting annual wage
$69,973 average annual wage
$82,014 potential annual wage
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