Computer and Electronics Technology

This initiative is 100% funded by federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) awards AA-32183-18-55-A-51 and AA-30941-17-55-A-51 from the US Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration to the Virginia Community College System. Blue Ridge Community College was the recipient of $303,583 as part of this initiative.

Electronics will be an important element of the High-Tech technician of today and the future. You will study current topics in every class that reflect the ever changing field of electronics.

Careers

Possible careers for graduates: electronics technician, industrial electronics technician, clinical engineer technician,  instrumentation technician, consumer product repair technician, communications technician, computer network technician, and technical salesperson.

Graduates may also transfer to Old Dominion University and pursue a degree in Electrical Engineering Technology.

Transfer Agreements

Program Options