Industrial Electronics Technology

Start with small computers and circuits or go big with aircraft and aeronautics in a program that covers a wide gamut and leads to a great career.

Degree Options Associate, Certificate
Locations Lewiston

An industrial electronics technician maintains and repairs the electronic equipment used in industrial and commercial facilities, such as PC-based controllers, air conditioning and heating systems, boilers, and conveyors. They may be responsible for installing, inspecting, and improving the efficiency in equipment as well. Students learn skills in areas of DC-AC theory and applications, solid state digital (ICs), analog circuits, and computer hardware and software. Instructors provide training in motor drives and controls, sensors and instrumentation, microcontroller programming and applications, and industrial control systems (including PLCs). Second-year students can choose either the Industrial Electronics (IE) track, the Instrument Mechanics (IM) track, or the Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) track.

Related Careers

• Electronic repair, industrial equip., $58,250
• Electro-mechanical technician, $56,740
• Electronics engineering technician, $63,660
• Aircraft and avionics equip. tech, $61,260
• Industrial engineering technician, $54,280

Career data and salary information is from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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