Instructor: William Teague
Organization Involvement: Skills USA
Electronics Technology is a two-year program designed for students interested in pursuing a career in the field of Electronics. Students will apply the principles and theories of electronics to layout, test, troubleshoot and repair electronic circuitry. Students will learn what analog and digital electronic circuits are and how they are used in everyday life. Students will build and setup prototype versions of newly designed equipment, prepare experiments, calculate and record results and design electronic circuits. Students will earn two credits per semester for a total of eight credits for the program. Qualifying students may also participate in cooperative learning and/or internships with business and industry when opportunities are available. Upon graduation, if students should choose to enter a higher institution of education, they will have been exposed to subject matter, which will enrich their knowledge in related fields of endeavor.
The Electronics Technology Program has Dual-Credit Agreements in place with area Colleges and Technical Schools in which the student may be granted up to 9 college credits toward a degree in Electronics Technology and not be required to pay tuition fees for them.
Students that successfully complete the Electronics courses will be eligable to earn duel college credit.