Electronic Engineering Technology

What will I learn in this program?

The Two-Year Curriculum for the Associate in Sciences Degree in Electronics Engineering Technology provides instruction in digital/microprocessor and communication electronics.  Students in this curriculum complete the common core courses.  Specialization is offered throughout the second through the fourth semesters.  Students who complete the curriculum satisfactorily are qualified for positions as technicians engaged in research and development; and in manufacturing, testing, installing and maintaining electronic equipment.  Positions to which graduates may advance after obtaining experience and further training include those of production supervisor, sales engineer, field engineer and test engineer.

What kind of jobs can I get once I complete the program? How much will they pay?  What “demand” is expected for these jobs?

Occupation

Average Annual Salary

Expected Regional Demand

Helpers—Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers

 

$19,000

 

Average Growth

First-Line Supervisors/ Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers

 

$47,500

 

Average Growth

Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians

 

$51,700

 

Faster than Average Growth

 

Does this program have any special enrollment requirements?

CCSF Placement Test

Does this program have any special costs?

N/A

How long will it take to complete this program?

Degree/Certificate

Time to Complete*

Associate in Science Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology

2 Years

*Based on full-time attendance or 12 units per semester

How do I get more information on this program?

Department website: www.ccsf.edu/engtech

Department contact information:
Engineering Department
Science Building, Room 148
(415) 239-3505