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Industrial Electronics Program

Industrial electronics student working on program

Program Description
MCTI’s Electronics program provides hands-on/skilled based learning with an online interactive multimedia curriculum to teach electronics industry and manufacturing. Skill standard electronic courses help prepare students for entry-level positions in manufacturing production and assembly, machine maintenance and technicians and that lead into apprentice skilled trades.

Job Options

  • Assembly Tester
  • Industrial Tester
  • Industrial Electronics Technician

Depending on skills, ability, & interests, students can participate up to 5 terms.

Job Outlook

Job opportunities increase after completion of training. Starting pay may range from the current minimum wage to a higher amount depending on the location of the job.


  • Above average mathematical aptitude
  • Above average manual/finger dexterity, hand-eye coordination, motor coordination, spatial/form perception
  • Above average learning ability and mechanical reasoning skills
  • Demonstrated ability to interpret technical instructions and diagrams
  • Ability to logically solve problems with abstract and concrete variables
  • Ability to make good judgments
  • Ability to perform precision work and a variety of tasks
  • Ability to stand for lengthy periods of time and work various shifts

Students who most closely match the U.S. Department of Labor occupational profile for an Electronics Service Technician are accepted for enrollment.

Please review the 2019 – 2020 Industrial Electronics Curriculum Guide for more detailed information.