Electronic Systems Installation & Maintenance

Electronic Systems Installation & Maintenance

Credits Required for Graduation: 

Program Overview

The basic knowledge and skills required for many installation, repair and maintenance occupations involving electronic controls can be obtained in one year of “systems level” education. This one year technical diploma program offers two areas of concentration with 14 credits of common coursework.

The first option focuses on in-plant Industrial Electronics Maintenance with emphasis on basic electrical knowledge, motors, motor controls and programmable logic controllers. Completion of this program option also satisfies 22 credits of Western’s associate degree Electromechanical Technology Program.

The second option covers the basic skills required for the field service of computers, business equipment, security/fire alarm systems and many more electronically controlled devices that automate our world. Completion of this program option also satisfies 10 credits of Western’s associate degree Biomedical Electronics Technology Program.



Option 1: Emphasis in Industrial Electronics Maintenance

Electrical Systems Installation & Maintenance - IEM

Option 2: Emphasis in Field Installation & Customer Service

Electrical Systems Installation & Maintenance - FIC

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