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You have options in Mitchell’s Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) program. You may start work on a bachelor’s degree in electrical/electronic engineering technology or train for the workforce on the technical track. Either way, you will learn about DC/AC circuits, analog electronics, digital electronics, microprocessors, electronic communication systems, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), electrical machines, fabrication techniques and design. 

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Have Questions?

Tony Briceno, Program Coordinator & Lead Instructor
(704) 878-3315