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Electronics Technology

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"I'm prepared to use the skills I've gained from this class in everyday life to help fellow UCM students, Warrensburg community members and others."
Tyler Bolton, Safety Management major

Bachelor of Science Degree, Area 2: Computer/Networking Electronics Technology

The Electronics Technology degree program prepares you for a wide variety of electronics-related positions. The program has a strong management component as well, which will enable you to move into supervisory positions.

Why Electronics Technology at UCM?
Area 2: Computer/Networking Electronics Technology

  • The program is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering.
  • The Gaines Technology Complex dedicates more than one-third of its 66,000-square-foot area to the electronics technology management program.
  • Special laboratories are set up for programmable logic controllers, communications systems, AC/DC, and networking. Labs also have up-to-date computers for circuit simulation and the networking lab has routers and switches for setting up real-world networks.

What will I study?
You will learn about a wide variety of electronics-related positions. The program offers two specialty areas from which to choose, Electrical/Electronic Communication Technology and Computer/Networking Electronics Technology.

Courses include:

  • Circuit Analysis
  • Computer Programming for Electronics Technology
  • Network Security
  • Technical Writing

Related areas of concentration:

  • Electrical/Electronic Communications Technology

What can I do with a degree in Electronics Technology?

  • Audio-Visual Engineers
  • Computer Maintenance Support
  • Engineering Assistants
  • Network Supervisors

How can I get involved outside the classroom?
At UCM, we value an engaging learning experience that includes student involvement and service-learning projects.

In Electronics Technology, there is the opportunity to be involved in Delta Epsilon Iota.

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About our Faculty:
The student to faculty ratio at UCM is 17 to 1, which allows professors to get to know students and provide personalized attention. Students learn from highly experienced full-time faculty members who provide individualized student program advisement. 

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