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The Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics Technology is accredited by The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). The ATMAE accredited program has a strong management component, which allows our graduates to move into management and supervisory positions within the industry.
|Graduates of the program will fit into a wide variety of electronics related jobs such as service technicians, system troubleshooters, computer maintenance technicians, network administrators, network engineers, production supervisors, broadcast radio and TV technicians, and audio-visual engineers.|
|Students in Electronics Technology have two specialization areas in which to choose from including electronic communication technology, and computer/networking technology via Cisco's Network Academy.|
|Click on four-year plan of study - electrical/electronic communication technology and/or four-year plan of study - computer/networking technology to determine when to take courses. Please note this is a recommended program of study. Current or prospective UCM students should contact the program coordinator for further information or guidance.|
|For a complete list of current student scholarship opportunities available through the UCM Foundation within the School of Technology, please click the link to the right. The deadline for most scholarships is March 1st for the next academic calendar year.|
Networking students in the School of Technology participate in the Cisco Networking Academy. The goal is to help students obtain their CCNA, CCNP as well as other Cisco Certifications. The program is designed to develop knowledge and skills to live up to the certification title. All of the classes teach information beyond that of the certification, including college and university level material. For a virtual tour of our network lab, click here.
The program at UCM is a regional academy and is also responsible for training and supporting local academies located at secondary and post-secondary institutions. Cisco was chosen as the primary curricular focus because of their reputation as a world leader in networking.
|The School of Technology is proud to provide technology classes to certify future secondary education teachers. What is Project Lead the Way? PLTW is a national non-profit organization that helps pre-college students gain the knowledge they need to excel in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. PLTW partners with middle schools and high schools to provide a rigorous, relevant STEM education. Through an engaging, hands-on curriculum, PLTW encourages the development of problem-solving skills, critical thinking, creative and innovative reasoning, and a love of learning. PLTW sparks the ingenuity, creativity, and innovation that are within all of our students.|
For more information about this program please contact:
Warrensburg, MO 64093