• Electronics Technology
     
    Instructor:  Shawn Moser

    Electronics is an expanding field. Job opportunities are growing in  robotics and bionics maintenance, repair, and design; computers; and communication stations (earth and space) maintenance, repair, and design, and automation. This program teaches the basic skills to open the door to the wonders of the world that have yet to be dreamed.

    In this program, students will spend over half their time in a closely supervised lab doing trouble shooting, repair, and alignment of various electronic devices. It is preferred (but not required) that students have a C or better in Algebra and can read at a 10th grade level.

    Entry into an occupation related to this program's field of study does not require national and/or state licensure or have any unique requirements for advancement. 

    Program Overview

    This program covers the following skills:
     
    • Basic Electricity
    • Network Theorems
    • Motor Controls
    • Digital Logic
    • Electronic Devices and Circuits
    • Micro Computer Basics
    • Transistor Amplifiers
    • Digital Electronics
    • Integrated Circuits
    • DOS and Basic Computer Programming
    • Robotics
    • Fiber Optic Training
    • Semi Conductors
    • AC Fundamentals
    Other areas of study include:
    • Applied mathematics
    • Applied communication
    • Employment skills
     

    Articulated college credit is available through this program. For more information, click here. 

    Program Length
     
    High school students will complete the program over two years. Classes will meet according to the Saint Joseph School District calendar. Please go to the SJSD home page and click on the District Info tab for all calendars.
     
    Program Admission Requirements

    Program only available to high school students; must apply through their high school counselor.