The importance of electronics and electrical systems is ingrained in every fiber of our society. Electronics are used everywhere: in the home, at work, and in the government.
Electronics dominate the world today and it is only when a devise is damaged or we experience a power failure do we realize that without electricity and our electronic devices we cannot do anything at all.
The demand for those who can create, understand and alter electrical systems are at the forefront of developing technologies for a number of industries including transportation, healthcare, construction, and robotics. Our programs offer a solid hands-on foundation in basic electrical and electronics principles beginning with Ohm’s Law followed by advanced subjects that prepare for industry related electrical and electronics troubleshooting and repair job tasks.