The Electronics and Computer Technology Program is offered at our Memphis, TN college campus.
The increase in computer use over the last decade has led to a demand for trained specialists in electronics and computer technology. Remington College’s Electronics and Computer Technology Program is designed to provide you with the basic knowledge and skills you need to enter this dynamic field.
Our program is designed to teach the fundamentals and theory of electronics, integrated circuits, microprocessors and computer technology. Our degree in Electronics and Computer Technology provides training in networking fundamentals, desktop and server operating systems and applications. The curriculum focuses on key topics including computer architecture, electricity and electronic circuits, semi-conductor devices, microprocessors, and automated control systems.
In preparation for entry-level electronics technology positions, students also gain practical experience working hands-on with test equipment in a lab setting. As with most of Remington College’s diploma programs, students receive personalized, hands-on instruction from instructors with real-world experience.
Since beginning in 1987 as a “Southeast College of Technology,” our Memphis Campus has enjoyed its share of growth, expansion, and change.
Yet over the years, some things haven’t changed: Our level of commitment to students, our involvement in the community, and our dedication to providing hands-on college degree and diploma programs. These factors help Remington College stand out and are some of the key reasons why Shelby county residents choose our Memphis career and trade college.
The Electronics and Computer Technology Degree Program provides training in both the fundamentals and advanced theory in electronics, integrated circuits, microprocessors, and computer technology. Training also includes the fundamentals of digital computers and practical experience with test equipment. Laboratory experience is an integral part of the Program. .
The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry - level positions, such as computer service technician; electronic laboratory technician; field service engineer; installation technician; electronic technician in communications, instrumentation, digital and computer electronics; and sales representative in the computer, electronics, electronic office equipment, and micro processing fields
High-tech innovations such as smartphones, laptop computers, tablet devices, and the Internet are just some of the electronic and computer technologies that shape the way we live today. If you find these technologies fascinating, you may want to consider an electronic and computer technology career.
As a worker in this field, you may find your niche as a telecommunications line installer, user support specialist, a technical installation or maintenance technician, an electronics repair expert, or IT administration support. To work as a Telecommunications Equipment Installer or Repairer, except Line Installers, a post-secondary education in electronics and computer technology is increasingly preferred and job prospects are best for those with computer skills and postsecondary training in electronics. Career possibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Every Remington College location, in addition to the Online Division, is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) is a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.
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