Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
- Electronics Engineering Technology
What type employment options does a certificate in Electronics Engineering Technology prepare you for? A certificate in Electronics Engineering Technology can prepare you for jobs assisting with the design and development of computers, communications equipment, medical monitoring devices, and navigational equipment.
Can credits completed in this certificate be applied to an associate and/or bachelor’s degree now or at a later point in time? Credits from this certificate program can be applied to an associate degree.
What are possible job fields that this certificate can lead to? Certificates in Electronics Engineering Technology could lead to occupations as a Field Service Technician, Production Control Technician, Instrumentation Technician, Robotics Technician, Manufacturing Engineering Technician, and more.
More information on the occupations and career pathways can be found on the Advance CTE Web site at https://www.careertech.org/sites/default/files/CCFrame-STEM.pdf
What are the educational requirements for careers in Electronics Engineering Technology? Typically an associate degree is required.
What is the occupational outlook for careers in Electronics Engineering Technology? The outlook for careers in Electronics Engineering Technology are described as having a “Bright” employment outlook, meaning jobs in this field are expected to grow rapidly, have large numbers of job openings, and/or are new and emerging.
What approved CTE institutions offer Electronics Engineering Technology? For a list of approved CTE institutions offering certificates in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics go to the CTE certificate search tool.
Do these certificates have programmatic accreditation? Certificates in Electronics Engineering Technology do not have programmatic accreditation.