Industrial Electronic Technician

Industrial Electronic Technician Program

At Career College of Northern Nevada, you’ll receive the in-depth, hands-on training you need to succeed in the growing Industrial Electronic Technology field. The Associate of Occupational Studies degree in Industrial Electronics Technology (AOSIET) is designed to attract men and women who are fascinated by learning how things work. It is a career for those who like to use their minds as well as their hands, and are excited by experimenting with new possibilities. Electronic Technicians work closely with engineers to help design, test, and service the technology that is changing our lives today. Training is provided for entry-level occupations that include, but are not limited to electronic technicians, assemblers, equipment calibration technicians, security and surveillance equipment technicians, and fiber optic technicians.

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Students completing the Industrial Electronic Technology program will possess the necessary skills to service and repair a broad range of electronic and computer controlled devices. The student is prepared in a wide spectrum of electronic disciplines including mathematics, basic electricity and electronics, solid state and digital device circuitry, microcontrollers and more recent technology such as robotics, wireless communication systems, fiber optics and C++ programming. Students will have the opportunity to sit for a national certification exam in soldering.

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CCNN Industrial Electronics Technology Program is FANUC Certified

Career College of Northern Nevada’s Industrial Electronics Technology program is FANUC Certified.  See more information about the FANUC Certification program here.

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