Electrical Technology

Program Overview

The Electronics curriculum provides the technical depth, breadth, and general education for a career in electronics design, manufacturing, sales or service. Individual attention and extensive hands-on laboratory experience provide a balance of the practical and theoretical aspects of electronics. This program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ETAC/ABET). The A.A.S. ELT graduate can choose to go to work, or to transfer to the junior year of a Bachelor of Engineering Technology program.

MCC's Electronics curriculum is designed to provide you the technical depth and general education needed to support a career in the dynamic field of electronics. You will spend considerable classroom hours learning how to analyze and design a wide variety of electronics circuits and systems You will also log many hours of laboratory time, during which you will work with state-of-the-art industrial grade equipment. In the end, you will be ready to enter a career where starting salaries average $35,000!

If you would like any further information on the Electrical Technology program you may contact Prof. Bill Yanklowski at (585) 292-2692, by email at wyanklowski@monroecc.edu or call the Engineering Technologies Dept. at (585) 292-2002.