The two-year associate of applied science electronics technology degree prepares students to work effectively in the electronics industry using the latest technological design and analysis tools. In keeping with SUU’s vision, classes are kept small to facilitate learning and personal interaction with the faculty.
Radio broadcasting support; industrial control; circuit board designer; two-way radio support for the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, state agencies, etc.
Labs offer the latest in electronics test equipment, including a PCB routing machine.
SkillsUSA state and national competitions