The General Electronics Technology Program prepares graduates for entry-level electronic technician positions in businesses and the government in computer/electronic equipment design, installation, servicing, and operation. It will also prepare students for entry into such high-tech specialties as microprocessors, biomedical equipment, data and telecommunications service providers, TV and satellite service organizations, computer network sales and service organizations, R&D facilities and entertainment industries. Emphasis is put on both the theory and practical application of Electronics engineering technology. Courses include the study of basic electronic circuitry and components, computers and microprocessors, data communication, and electronic security systems. Graduates of this program will be able to install, maintain and troubleshoot electronic systems in an office or industrial setting.
Why choose Bramson ORT College's Electronics Technology Program?
Associates, Certificates, Diploma
60, 30 & 15 semester credits
Three semesters annually
Main & Brooklyn Campuses
Admission to Bramson ORT's Electronics Program is open to all students who demonstrate academic preparedness, maturity and seriousness of purpose with backgrounds appropriate to their chosen program of studies.
Please visit the Admissions Office Site for the complete requirements. High School Diploma or GED is required.
Contact Electronics Department