Electronics Engineering Technology

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Electronics Engineering Technology

You have options in Mitchell’s Electronics Engineering Technology program. You may start work on a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte or train on the mechatronics track to qualify for jobs in local industry. Either way, you will learn about DC/AC circuits, analog electronics, digital electronics, microprocessors, electronic communication systems, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), electrical machines, fabrication techniques and design. 

 

Possible careers

Electronics Engineering Technologist
Electronics Engineering Technician
Electrical Engineering Technician
Process Improvement Technician
Research Technician
Construction Technician and Manager
Materials Tester

 

Transfer options through UNCC add a range of potential jobs as an engineer.

 

Gainful Employment-Embedded Microprocessor Design

Study Options

Electronics Engineering Technology A.A.S. Degree (A40200)
Electronics Engineering Technology A.A.S. Degree (Transfer Track) (A40200)


Robotics Diploma (D40200R)
Analog Electronics Certificate (C40200A)
Embedded Microprocessor Design Certificate (C40200B)
Robotics Certificate (C40200R)
Electrical Maintenance Certificate (C40200N)


Contact
Jamie Campagni, Coordinator/Instructor
(704) 878-3241
jcampagni@mitchellcc.edu