What Can I Do With A Major In Electronics Technology?
Electronics technology is the application of scientific theories and principles in the design, production, installation, testing, service, use, and control of electrical and electronic parts, equipment and systems. Electronics technology is used across all industries, including commercial, residential, and industrial. Technologists normally work as members of "engineering teams" in applied design, product development, installation, maintenance, manufacturing, production, or operations. Graduates may also work in technical services including field engineering, customer support, marketing, and sales. Graduates work in a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, utilities, and telecommunications.
The Electronics Technology program at CCSU offers a broad-based foundation in electronics coupled with courses in management to stimulate growth within their respective field. Topics within the program include robotics, computer programming, computer networking, and automated manufacturing systems.
Visit CCSU’s Electronics Technology Department webpage here.
Sample of Related Occupations
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Professional Associations & Additional Career Information
Internships, Co-ops and Employment Opportunities
Electronics technolgy majors may find experiential opportunities or employment in a number of areas depending on your skills, abilities and experience. Career-related internships and co-op placements are a great avenue to establishing yourself as a qualified candidate for full-time, professional-level career opportunities after graduation.
The following list of employers and job titles shows opportunities where the employer was specifically looking for electronics technology majors. This list is meant to be a resource for further career-related investigation and DOES NOT REFLECT current openings. To look for current openings, please visit Central Connections, CCSU's online job, internship, and co-op database, on the Career Success Center website here.
Altra Industrial Motion - Process Engineering Co-op
Boston Red Sox Television and Video Production - AV/Technical Assistant
Covidien - Engineering Assistant Co-op
Durham Manufacturing Company - Engineering Co-op
Emtec - Data Analyst, Business Systems Analyst, Quality Assurance Analyst
ETTER Engineering Company, Inc. - Electronic Controls Technician
G.E. Engineering - Aviation Northeast Supply Chain Technical Co-op
Hamilton Sundstrand - Decision Support Analyst Internship, Quality Engineering & Training Co-op, Electrical
Engineering Co-op, Electrical Manufacturing Engineer
Hasbro Games - Engineering Co-op
IMCORP - Electrical Signal Engineer, Electronic Hardware Engineer, Digital Signal Analyst,
Northeast Utilities - Assistant Engineer, Test Technician
Parker Hannifin Corporation - Quality Engineering Co-op, Applications Engineer for Fluid Controls Division, Validation
Engineer for Fluid Controls Division
Schaefer Systems International - Controls Engineer
Sikorsky Aircraft - Engineering Co-op
SPX Precision Components - Engineering Internship
State of Connecticut Office of Policy Management - Energy Internship
Structural Group, Inc. - Project Engineer
The Hartford - Technology Leadership Development Program Internship
Travelers - Information Technology Internship
Trumpf, Inc. - Application Engineer: Laser Marking
XI Software Systems - Systems/Programmer Analyst