Programs of Study
The Industrial Manufacturing program is designed to provide students with skills necessary to become an entry-level electronics technician. The curriculum is in tune with the ever-changing needs of the electronics service industry. Graduates of the IM program may obtain employment in the following areas: manufacturing, industrial, medical, consumer products, communication, personal computers, networking and other specialized areas. The following curriculum meets all requirements for the Associate of Applied Science degree. The program is designed to articulate Tech Prep transfer courses. Two optional Certificates of Proficiency are also offered in this program.
Program advisor is Raymond Elizondo, program coordinator and associate professor of electronics service technology.