Electronics Technology | Casper College, Wyoming

Electronics Technology

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The Casper College Electronics Technology program offers one of the most comprehensive instructional electronics program in Wyoming and the Rocky Mountain area.

The goal of the electronics program is to train and provide the electronics industry with highly skilled electronic technicians.

Students are exposed to a broad range of skills to ensure graduates a rewarding career in the electronics field. The instructors in the electronics program have a wide variety of experiences and skills from working in the electronics industry. These allow the instructors to create an informative work environment for the electronics students. Graduates of the electronics program will obtain skills in the types of electronic equipment that are used in the electronics industry, such as; computer repair, communications systems, fiber optics, programmable logic controllers (PLC), instrumentation systems, and industrial systems.

Learn how to work with and on the latest industry equipment such as Motorola Two-Way Radios that police and fire departments use.  Allen-Bradley Program Logic Controllers, Siemens Program Logic Controllers, and motor control equipment. 

Two-Way radio tech students can take pride in knowing they have had a small part in helping those in the service industry do their jobs by working on police dash cams, police car light bars, and programming and repairing two-way radios.

Motor control techs work with equipment used in assemblylines, drilling systems and Power Plant turbine control centers.

Learn C++ programming to control industrial automation devices.

Get Certified 

Graduates from the electronics program can obtain multiple certifications, if they desire.   Certification testing can be done on the Casper College campus once students are ready.  They may become certified electronic technicians or certified fiber optic installers from the Electronics Technician Association (ETA); obtain a Federal Communication Commission (FCC)  license; or obtain certification as underground utility locators from Staking University.

The electronics technology A.A.S. degree will also transfer to a four-year college for additional training in electronics engineering technology.

Employment info

Learn more about wage ranges for those employed in Wyoming as well as the general occupational profile for electrical and electronic engineering technicians.

The opportunities are endless in the electronics field.  

  • Fiber Optic Installer
  • Electronic Technician
  • Underground Utility Locator Technician
  • Biomedical Technician
  • Telecommunications Technician
  • Computer Systems Repair Technician
  • Computer Networking

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Academic Assistant, School of Business and Industry
Office: BU 103
Department Chair;
Electronics Technology Instructor
Office: GW 116E
Dean, School of Business and Industry
Office: BU 103
Electronics Instructors: