You're a Good Fit: Electronic Systems Technology

  • Here’s what it takes to become a successful technician:

    • Abstract thinking (necessary to understand the concepts in electronics theory, including magnetism and electromagnetism, series and parallel circuits, semiconductor theory, voltage, resistance, impedance, power supply circuits, digital logic circuits, schematics, etc.)
    • Basic math skills (can manipulate algebraic equations proficiently)
    • Reading comprehension (must have the ability to understand and follow written directions)
    • Manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination (must be able to manipulate a variety of equipment requiring precise hand/finger control)
    • Enjoys “mind-on” as well as “hands-on” activities (must have the know-how to use a variety of tools such as a soldering iron, multimeter, oscilloscope, and signal generator)