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  • Industrial Electronics Technology
  • Fast Facts

    Program Start Term: Every Semester

    Award: AAS & Certificates

    Average Class Size: 12-25

    Program Length: 6 Full-Time Semesters

    Part-Time or Full-Time: Both

    Course Availability: Day Classes

    Program Location: Pueblo

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  • Career Information
    The AAS degree in Industrial Electronics Technology prepares you for a career as an electronic technician, an electro-mechanical technician, a semiconductor manufacturing technician, or an electro-mechanical field service technician. 

    Career Options Include:

    • Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians entry level $40,576.00 experienced $69,216.00
    • Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers, Transportation Equipment entry level $40,093.00 experienced $63,633.00
    • Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment entry level $40,858.00 experienced $62,816.00

    What Will I Learn
    This program develops essential skills for maintaining the complex electro-mechanical systems found in modern automated manufacturing facilities. After completing a core of courses in math, physics, fundamental analog and digital electronics, robotics, and programmable logic controllers, you will branch off into one of two optional tracks. The General Electronics option provides advanced skills in analog and digital electronics. The Electro-Mechanical option emphasizes a broader range of skills including print reading, motors and controls, and mechanical components. In addition to the two AAS degree options, several certificate options are also available. 

    Our Experienced Faculty
    The PCC Industrial Electronics faculty has worked or is currently working in the field and is trained on the latest technology. Many work in the very manufacturing facilities in Pueblo who also hire our students.

    Our Cutting Edge Facilities
    Our program has a hands on philosophy with most of our classes held in a lab.  Students spend a majority of their time working on and troubleshooting training equipment. We are constantly updating our equipment to stay ahead of market demand.