Purpose: With the rapid growth of the electronics field and the steady demand for qualified electronics technicians, there is an ongoing need for trained personnel to meet these requirements. Knowledge and skills acquired by graduates allow for opportunities in many entry-level positions.
Applied degrees (AAA/AAS) are designed to prepare students for entry into the workforce. Students interested in pursuing transfer options should consult with the Thomas Nelson advisor of this program early in their educational careers.
For more information, contact the Science, Engineering and Technology Division at (757) 825-2898 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
1Courses are offered as an 8-week one and 8-week two sequence. 2Refer to the General Education Section on Social Sciences and Humanities. Students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree should select courses after referring to the catalog of the appropriate four-year university. 3PHY 201 is recommended. Students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering Technology should also take PHY 202 (PHY 201, MTH 163).
*NOTE: For courses listed in footnotes, prerequisites are included in parentheses.