Electronics Engineering Technology

The Electronics Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare students for exciting, fast paced occupations. Skilled technicians will apply fundamental concepts to repair, manufacture and calibrate modern electronic equipment: cell phone towers, robotics, hi-tech welding machines, electric cranes, hospital equipment, total electric cars and aircraft equipment.

New and exciting electronics jobs are being developed constantly, providing stable job opportunities. Because this program teaches concepts by which all electronic circuits function, electronic equipment currently being designed will be understood by our successful graduates. Knowing the fundamental concepts of circuit operation will make you the “go to” person on the job and a leader among your peers.

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Courses in Electronics Technology

Courses in Electronics Technology are also offered in the evening as hybrid/online options to provide members of the work force opportunities to enhance job knowledge or learn new skills. Through our Dual Enrollment Program, high school students may receive college credits while attending public, private or homeschool classes. Contact your high school counselors for details or call (251) 665.4087.


Classes held at Southwest Campus.

Department Faculty

Joseph Williams, Electronic Technology  |  251.665.4107  |  jewilliams@bishop.edu

For degree requirements, see the Course Catalog. For current class offerings, see Class Schedules.


Important Dates

    1. Last Day to Withdraw

      October 10
    2. Final Exams for Mini-Term 1

      October 11 - October 12
    3. Mini-Term 1 Ends

      October 12
    4. Mini-Term 2 classes begin

      October 15
    5. Drop/Add Dates – Mini-Term 2

      October 15 - October 16

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