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Contact: Joe DennyTitle: Department Co-ChairContact: jdenny1@mtsac.edu
Career Outlook Electronics Technology - Level II

Technology and Health Division 

This program covers the fundamentals of Electronics Technology plus additional coursework in other areas of specialty. It is composed of the same 12 unit coursework from the Electronics Technology Level 1 certificate plus 12 additional elective units chosen from other electronics courses within the Electronics Department. This certificate allows students the flexibility to combine Electronics courses to meet individual goals in a specialty of their choosing. This Level 2 certificate will prepare students with the requisite knowledge for subsequent Electronics certificates and degrees. 

Required Courses 

Higher Education, Higher Income:
This award offers multiple levels. Completion of all levels can lead to higher pay.

Industry StatisticsJob Titles & Salaries
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    • Electronics Engineering Technicians

      Electronics Engineering Technicians

      SOC Career Code: 17-3023.01

      Lay out, build, test, troubleshoot, repair, and modify developmental and production electronic components, parts, equipment, and systems, such as computer equipment, missile control instrumentation, electron tubes, test equipment, and machine tool numerical controls, applying principles and theories of electronics, electrical circuitry, engineering mathematics, electronic and electrical testing, and physics. Usually work under direction of engineering staff.

      Typical Hourly Salary
      $52.17

      The figure above is based off a percentile of 90 percent. 100 mile radus icon for career resultsAll job data and figures based on a 100 mile radius from Mt. SAC

      Top Entry-Level Education
      Chart Legend
      • Doctoral Degree Or More
      • Master's Degree
      • Bachelor's Degree
      • Associate's Degree
      • Some College
      • Certificate
      • High School Diploma Or Less
      Median Salary Earnings
      $72,025.11
      Annual Job Openings
      1,948

      Openings are regional vacancies due to growth and turnover in this career.All job data and figures based on a 100 mile radius from Mt. SAC

      Historical Wages
    • Electric Motor and Power Tool Repairers

      Electric Motor and Power Tool Repairers

      SOC Career Code: 49-2092.00

      Repair, maintain, or install electric motors, wiring, or switches.

      Typical Hourly Salary
      $39.92

      The figure above is based off a percentile of 90 percent. 100 mile radus icon for career resultsAll job data and figures based on a 100 mile radius from Mt. SAC

      Top Entry-Level Education
      Chart Legend
      • Doctoral Degree Or More
      • Master's Degree
      • Bachelor's Degree
      • Associate's Degree
      • Some College
      • Certificate
      • High School Diploma Or Less
      Median Salary Earnings
      $47,291.04
      Annual Job Openings
      176

      Openings are regional vacancies due to growth and turnover in this career.All job data and figures based on a 100 mile radius from Mt. SAC

      Historical Wages
    • Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers for Transportation Equipment

      Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers for Transportation Equipment

      SOC Career Code: 49-2093.00

      Install, adjust, or maintain mobile electronics communication equipment, including sound, sonar, security, navigation, and surveillance systems on trains, watercraft, or other mobile equipment.

      Typical Hourly Salary
      $51.83

      The figure above is based off a percentile of 90 percent. 100 mile radus icon for career resultsAll job data and figures based on a 100 mile radius from Mt. SAC

      Top Entry-Level Education
      Chart Legend
      • Doctoral Degree Or More
      • Master's Degree
      • Bachelor's Degree
      • Associate's Degree
      • Some College
      • Certificate
      • High School Diploma Or Less
      Median Salary Earnings
      $80,072.02
      Annual Job Openings
      86

      Openings are regional vacancies due to growth and turnover in this career.All job data and figures based on a 100 mile radius from Mt. SAC

      Historical Wages
    • Electrical and Electronics Repairers for Commercial and Industrial Equipment

      Electrical and Electronics Repairers for Commercial and Industrial Equipment

      SOC Career Code: 49-2094.00

      Repair, test, adjust, or install electronic equipment, such as industrial controls, transmitters, and antennas.

      Typical Hourly Salary
      $54.77

      The figure above is based off a percentile of 90 percent. 100 mile radus icon for career resultsAll job data and figures based on a 100 mile radius from Mt. SAC

      Top Entry-Level Education
      Chart Legend
      • Doctoral Degree Or More
      • Master's Degree
      • Bachelor's Degree
      • Associate's Degree
      • Some College
      • Certificate
      • High School Diploma Or Less
      Median Salary Earnings
      $67,783.29
      Annual Job Openings
      456

      Openings are regional vacancies due to growth and turnover in this career.All job data and figures based on a 100 mile radius from Mt. SAC

      Historical Wages

Certificate & Degree Details

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  • Electronics Technology - Level II

    Technology and Health Division 

    This program covers the fundamentals of Electronics Technology plus additional coursework in other areas of specialty. It is composed of the same 12 unit coursework from the Electronics Technology Level 1 certificate plus 12 additional elective units chosen from other electronics courses within the Electronics Department. This certificate allows students the flexibility to combine Electronics courses to meet individual goals in a specialty of their choosing. This Level 2 certificate will prepare students with the requisite knowledge for subsequent Electronics certificates and degrees. 

    Required Courses 
    Course Prefix Course Name Units
    ELEC 50AElectronic Circuits - Direct Current (DC)4
    ELEC 50BElectronic Circuits (AC)4
    ELEC 56Digital Electronics4
    Required Electives
    Students may choose from any of the courses in List A or List B to fulfill the 12 units of required electives12-15
    List A: Associate Degree Track
    ELEC 11
    Technical Applications in Microcomputers
    ELEC 12
    Computer Simulation and Troubleshooting
    ELEC 51
    Semiconductor Devices and Circuits
    ELEC 53
    Communications Systems
    ELEC 54A
    Industrial Electronics
    ELEC 54B
    Industrial Electronic Systems
    ELEC 55
    Microwave Communications
    ELEC 61
    Electronic Assembly and Fabrication
    ELEC 74
    Microcontroller Systems
    TECH 60
    Customer Relations for the Technician
    List B: Other acceptable courses
    ELEC 10
    Introduction to Mechatronics
    ELEC 62
    Advanced Surface Mount Assembly and Rework
    ELEC 76
    FCC General Radiotelephone Operator License Preparation
    CNET 56
    Computer Networks
    Total Units24-27
  • Electronics Technology - Level I

    Technology and Health Division 

    This one-semester program covers the fundamentals of Electronics Technology. General topics include direct current electronics, alternating current electronics, and digital electronics. These introductory courses provide entry-level skills for those seeking employment as electronics technicians. This Level 1 certificate will prepare students with the requisite knowledge for subsequent electronics certificates and degrees.

    Required Courses 
    Course Prefix Course Name Units
    ELEC 50AElectronic Circuits - Direct Current (DC)4
    ELEC 50BElectronic Circuits (AC)4
    ELEC 56Digital Electronics4
    Total Units12

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Contact: Joe DennyTitle: Department Co-ChairContact: jdenny1@mtsac.edu

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