Electronics technology is a constantly-evolving field that is in high demand in today’s workforce. Electronics technicians work in a wide variety of industries, including: manufacturing, automation, service, sales and telecommunications. Students learn how to apply technical knowledge of electronic components and electrical theory to real-world projects and experiences. Students learn the concepts of electronic circuits to help in the design, manufacturing and support of electronic components. Math skills are extremely important, along with the ability to effectively troubleshoot problems.

Career Opportunities

Electronics Technicians have an incredible opportunity for upward growth and mobility. Upon graduation, many students receive entry-level positions in a manufacturing facility repairing new and used equipment. Many times, that entry-level position transforms into a position in technical support, manufacturing, sales, engineering, installation or project management.

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Meet Our Instructors

Curt Olson; MSEd, Southwest Minnesota State University; BS, South Dakota State University


Julie Sackett; AAS, Southeast Tech; AAS, St. Paul College