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Do you like working with your hands? Do you enjoy problem-solving to make things work better?
Train for a wide range of career paths in a DCCCD electronics-related technical program, where a hands-on approach puts theory into practice. You’ll learn how to test, install and repair digital circuits for devices used in fields such as:
Electronics-related programs provide the technical skills for immediate entry into the job market. Because they are closely related, please look over degree plans carefully and discuss career goals with an academic advisor at the college of your choice.
America’s Career Infonet projects job growth of 25 percent for electromechanical technicians, 24 percent for electronics repairers of commercial equipment and 15 percent for electronics installers of transportation equipment over the next decade. High job growth is defined as an annual increase of more than 10 percent.
Find out more about careers in Electronics-Related Programs.
Eastfield, Mountain View and Richland colleges
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