Twin Districts Region MS

CAREER TYPE

Technician

Electronics Technicians/Electricians maintains and repairs the electronic equipment used in manufacturing facilities, such as PC-based controllers, air conditioning and heating systems, boilers, and conveyors. They may install and maintain wiring, control, and lighting systems.

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Salary Range Potential: $50,000-95,000

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TRAINING CENTER PROGRAMS

Electronics Technology [E/M]-Technician

Electronics Technology is a 2-year program designed to prepare students for a wide range of technical positions. Included are: (1) instruction in model and prototype development and testing systems analysis and integration including design, (2) development of corrective and preventive maintenance techniques, (3) application of engineering data, and (4) preparation of reports and test results. The curriculum for Electronics Technology was developed with the use of the competencies and objectives as prepared by the Electronic Technicians Association, International (2004), as recommended by the National Coalition for Electronics Education (NCEE) and the ETA’s Associate C.E.T. Exam Development Committee for Basic Electronics.

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Pre-requisites required:
All completers in Career Technical programs are required to take an Exit Exam prior to graduation to document academic gain. Graduates of Process Operations Technology are required to take the NOCTI National Certification Exam.

Length of Program
4 Semesters Associate of Applied Science

Summary of Program Requirements
All completers in Career Technical programs are required to take an Exit Exam prior to graduation to document academic gain. Graduates of Process Operations Technology are required to take the NOCTI National Certification Exam.

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Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College
Jackson County Campus

Contact

(228) 896-2536
questions@mgccc.edu