If you’ve ever been curious how toys, games, and cars operate from the inside out, you may be a perfect candidate. Math and critical thinking skills form the foundation of electronics, automation, and robotics.
Interested in this program?
Why should I choose this program?
Our program will give you a powerful background in electrical and electronic theory, which is solidified by a strong emphasis on its application in a practical modern laboratory. You will have the opportunity to work in our ET SuperLab, which boasts state-of-the-art technology and equipment for multiple disciplines.
A solid understanding of basic and complex electronic principles as they relate to industrial, commercial and consumer applications will be achieved with completion of an associate degree at HFC.
The HFC Electrical Technology SuperLab has state-of-the-art controllers, factory simulators and robotics technology that is found in large and small scale industry today. You'll have the chance to work on and troubleshoot advanced integrated manufacturing systems in your studies. The program recently expanded its industrial controllers lab equipment, providing both Rockwell and Siemens Controls technology, which are the most important brand names in manufacturing today.
What skills will I learn and improve?
- Self-directed learning
- Advanced data-collecting systems.
- Electrical fundamentals
What are my career opportunities?
Median Salary: $65,260 per year, or $31.38 per hour
- Control Engineer/Control Technician
- Instrumentation Technician
- PERT Power Equipment Relay Technician
- Digital Technician
- Test Technician
- Senior Electronics Technician
- Refurbish Technician (Refurb Tech)
- Electrical Technician
- Test Specialist
- Results Technician
Program features and benefits
Program and Operate an Integrated Manufacturing System on an Integrated Systems Simulator
New electrical technology SuperLab
Integration between Robots, SMC Trainers, Programmable Logic Controllers
State-of-the-Art laboratory equipment
Including Fanuc Robots and Allen Bradley and Siemens, PLCs
EMU & Ferris State transfer agreements
Testimonials and Endorsements
After graduating from high school, I decided to enter the workforce. I chose to go in to a skilled trade, which was satisfying but I did not feel that I had good security for my future. For 15 years, I moved from one shop to another in the hopes of finding my perfect job. Unfortunately, I could never find that perfect job that made me feel that my future was secure. I researched various technical skilled jobs and what the workforce expectations would be in the years to come. I discovered electrical trades would be in high demand.
I called five different electrical engineering firms and asked what the requirements would be and what school they accepted graduates from. Four of the five said they had hired graduates from HFC. I then enrolled in the College's ET and completed my associate degree with the skills necessary to begin a new career and not just a job.
FT Faculty - Electronics
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FT Faculty - Electronics
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