Our Electronics and Integrated Systems Technologies programs are designed for students interested in the fast-paced careers of industrial electrical maintenance.
Students cross-train in electricity, mechanics, electronic systems, and high-tech equipment. This training involves multiple, integrated systems and gives you the knowledge to operate, troubleshoot, and maintain high-tech systems and equipment. With this unique set of skills, you’ll stand out to future employers.
Electronics / Computer Controls Degree and Certificate Programs
The electronics career path prepares you for entry-level positions as an electronic controls technician. This job is found in manufacturing, chemical plants, process control environments, and packaging and automated warehouse environments.
Integrated Systems Technologies Degree and Certificate Programs
The integrated systems career path prepares students for electrical and mechanical technicians. You can go on to work in bakeries, manufacturing, chemical plants, and materials handling and automated warehouse environments.
Integrated Systems Technology (A.A.S.) | Industrial Controls Technician (Certificate) | PLC Technician (Certificate) | Mechanical Drive Technician (Certificate) | Fluid Power Technician (Certificate) | Industrial Maintenance Technician (Certificate)
Interested in learning more about the electronics and industrial controls programs and the opportunities they can bring? Enroll in IMM-101. It is a starting point for the mechanical systems industry while learning hands-on skills. This class gives you an overview of integrated systems technologies professions, employment skills, industry certifications, current issues, salaries, and a self-assessment survey.
We are a partner with ArcelorMittal in its Steelworker for the Future program. With a presence in more than 60 countries, ArcelorMittal is the world’s leading steel and mining company and a leader in all major global markets, including appliance, automotive, construction and packaging. This partnerships allows qualified students the chance for a satisfying, high-paying career in the steel industry.
Careers in electronics and integrated systems include electrical and electronics installers and repairers, industrial controls technicians, industrial mechanic, and more. Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook for the latest information about the nature of the work, education and training requirements, advancement opportunities, employment, salary, and ten-year job outlook.
Questions? Contact the program coordinator at email@example.com or (708) 974-5635.