What You Will Learn
The Electronics Engineering Technology Program at County College of Morris (CCM) prepares students for positions in electronics industries and related electronics services. Job activities center on technical problem solving and the practical application of engineering. The Electronics Engineering Technology Program produces graduates that are employed and operate effectively in the positions of technicians, I.T. developers, equipment managers and quality control operators. It also produces graduates that can successfully transfer and complete a baccalaureate degree in electronics engineering technology.
Why Study at CCM?
The faculty that teach in the Electronics Engineering Program at CCM have many years of teaching and industry experience. The program has core electronic courses sequenced along with applied mathematics and science to develop a broad background in the technology. Each electronics course contains a laboratory which utilizes modern test instruments and applies classroom theory to practical applications. In the second year of study, students interested in health-related fields may select Biomedical Equipment options. In this option, students develop a specialization in equipment used in the healthcare industry, learning how to maintain and repair the equipment.
The average starting salary for graduates with an Associateâ€™s degree in Electronics Engineering Technology is $55,000 – $65,000. Engineering Technician, Control Automation/Technician, Information Technology Manager (IT), Quality Engineer, Software Developer, Senior Technical Support Engineer, Clinical Operations Manager, Controls Engineer