Electronics/Computer Electronics Technology
We envision a 21st century electronic technician to be a versatile person equipped
with technical competence, resourcefulness, and broad teamwork skills. We believe
the extensive training provided at Allan Hancock College will give our students a
decisive edge in today's demanding job markets.
Our program’s curricula are specifically designed to enable you to tailor an area
of study and your individual needs by selecting specialized courses or degree program
options. We can help with career goals, whether interested in acquiring an A.S. degree,
a certificate, industry certifications, or updating job related skills. Our program
was the first at Hancock College to offer online course work options.
The philosophy of the Allan Hancock College’s Electronics Program is to offer our
students detailed instruction emphasizing hands-on training using today's modern laboratory
instrumentation. We supply the necessary educational knowledge required for success
in challenging and rewarding fields, such as mechatronics, computer maintenance, network
administration, telecommunications, industrial control, and instrumentation. Several
of these technologies require industry certifications, and the training your will
receive at Allan Hancock College will fully prepare you to meet and exceed industry
standards of certification. In order to provide more flexibility, many of our courses
are offered via the Internet to support our students who have busy schedules.
If you are curious about how things work, enjoy operating, maintaining and installing
electrical equipment and thrive on using your analytical skills, electronics may be
right for you. From circuits to microprocessors, you’ll learn the basics in a broad
range of applicable skills to set you on your path to a successful career in electronics.
Industrial Technology Department, Building O
Phone: 805-922-6966 ext. 3335
Classes are held in the day and in evenings Fall and Spring Semester.
Industrial Technology office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. Office closed in July.
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Video: Student Robert says tools he's gaining in the Electronics Tech program are
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