What is 'Electronics Technology?'
Electronics technology is the study of electronics principles, techniques, materials, devices, and the applied mathematics and science needed for those studies.
Is it for you?
Electronics technologists frequently work as members of engineering teams in the areas of installation, maintenance, manufacturing, product development, and other applications of electronics products and devices. They may also work in the services industry in customer support and field engineering. Other industries such as utilities and telecommunications employ many electronics technologists.
Jobs and Salary expectations
A technician must be a problem solver. He/she must be an expert on everything from hardware to the latest software. He/she must be patient with the ability to explain to a customer why his/her computer does not work, and what needs be done to fix it; and do this with tact and diplomacy.
To find out the approximate salary for IT jobs, Salary.com is a website that shows a particular job title and the salary range associated with that type of position. These salaries are not just for the Midwest. http://swz.salary.com/salarywizard/layouthtmls/swzl_narrowjob_IT03.html
According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of computer network administrators is expected to grow by 28 percent from 2010 to 2020, which is faster than the average for all occupations. As firms invest in newer, faster technology and mobile networks, the demand for systems administrators is increasing.
To see more of job offerings for the Omaha Metropolitan area, click on the following link: http://omaha.jobs.com/jobsearch.asp?re=4&pg=8&sq=omaha&aj=omaha
Program options for Associate in Applied Science (see catalog)
* Cisco Network Technician (ELNCO)
* Computer Electronics (ELCEO)
Certificate of Achievement Options
* Cisco Networking (ELCCO)
* Microcomputer Repair (ELMCO)
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