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Electronic Systems Technology (Associate in Applied Science Degree)

64-66.5 credit hours.

By enrolling in the Electronic Systems Technology program, you gain transferable knowledge and skills while studying in an area where there is rapid growth in employment opportunities. As you progress through your classes, you choose to focus on an Electronic Systems, Building Automation, Telecommunications, or Biomedical option. When you complete this program, you can seek employment as a technician in very broad range of areas including industry, business, health care, communications, utilities, government and more.

AAS course requirements