Electronics skills are required in a wide variety of occupations. General knowledge of circuit boards, processors, electronic equipment and computer hardware and software will pave the way for more specific job-related skills in the area in which you specialize.
Installation, troubleshooting and repair will most likely be a part of your job description, wherever you use your electronics skills.
Electronics technicians work in diverse areas such as:
Electronics-Related Programs provide job-ready skills for work as an entry-level technician in various areas. However, many of our students transfer to four-year institutions to earn bachelor’s degrees or beyond in engineering and related fields. Positions and salaries will vary significantly depending on your experience and education.
CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, projects for Texas: