Electronics Technology | Casper College, Wyoming

Electronics Technology

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As a student in the Casper College Electronics Technology program, you will learn from instructors who have a wide variety of experiences and skills from working in the electronics industry. Their goal is to help you obtain the education and hands-on experience you need for a successful career as an electronics technology technician.

You will develop a broad skill set, learning how to work with and on electronic equipment used in the electronics industry, including:

  • Motorola two-way radios
  • Allen-Bradley program logic controllers
  • Siemens program logic controllers
  • Assembly line equipment
  • Computers
  • Communications systems
  • Drilling systems
  • Fiber optics
  • Industrial automation devices
  • Motor control equipment
  • Power plant turbine control centers
  • Programmable logic controllers 
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.

Just some of the many job opportunities awaiting you when you graduate:

  • Assembly and analysis of electric-drive vehicles
  • Communications technician
  • Computer networking technician
  • Development or testing of new green electronics technologies
  • Fiber optic installer
  • Industrial computer technician
  • Instrumentation technician
  • Manufacturing technician
  • Medical equipment technician
  • Mobile phone technician
  • PLC and process control technician
  • Security systems technician
  • Telecommunication technician
  • Testing of solar photovoltaic products

Degrees and certificates

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

For requirements and more information about these programs, view their listings in the academic catalog:

    Get Certified

    After you graduate from the electronics program, you can take tests to obtain additional certifications. Certifications can help you get a job or a promotion and the testing can be done right here at Casper College.

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    Contact

    Academic Assistant, School of Business and Industry
    Office: BU 103
    307-268-2494
    Department Chair;
    Electronics Technology Instructor
    Office: GW 116E
    307-268-2521
    Dean, School of Business and Industry
    Office: BU 103
    307-268-2448
    Electronics Instructors: