Electronics Degrees from Oklahoma City Community College
Learn to become an electronics technician in this Cooperative Alliance program.
Studying electronics through Oklahoma City Community College’s Cooperative Alliance with Metro Tech, Moore Norman and Francis Tuttle technology centers gives you the opportunity to immediately enter the workforce as an electronics technician.
In this job, you will be involved in building and testing prototype equipment, installation, maintenance, calibration, operation, technical writing and sales.
In your electronics classes at OCCC and the technology centers, you’ll learn:
- The application of Ohm’s Law, power and the impedance formula
- How to analyze basic solid state circuits
- How to construct and test voltage dividers and reactive circuits
- The proper use of hand tools to construct, solder and desolder electrical circuitry
- To analyze, construct, test and interface fundamental digital circuits
- Basic industrial electronic principles
- And much, much more
At Oklahoma City Community College, you’ll also take core academic classes in English, math, history and more.
Electronics Degrees at Oklahoma City Community College
With OCCC’s Cooperative Alliance program in electronics, you could earn:
- An associate degree in applied science in electronics: This degree program features a general electronics curriculum that will prepare you for a wide range of careers. Classes are offered at OCCC, Metro Tech and Moore Norman technology centers.
- An associate degree in applied science in electronics with an emphasis in instrumentation and control: Major courses in this program are offered through Francis Tuttle Technology Center. With this specialty in instrumentation and control, technicians generally work in manufacturing and other industrial activities.
Electronics Courses at Oklahoma City Community College and Metro Tech, Moore Norman and Francis Tuttle Technology Centers
In addition to your general education requirements, you’ll take these electronics classes:
- D.C./A.C. Fundamentals
- Electronics Shop Practices
- Solid State Circuits
- Digital Logic Fundamentals
- Digital Logic Systems
- Operational Amplifiers
- Communications Systems
- Instrumentation and Control I and II
- Industrial Electronics
- Digital Electronics
- Control Devices
- Electromechanical Devices
- Control Systems
Since most of your core courses in electronics are offered at Metro Tech, Moore Norman and Francis Tuttle technology centers, you’ll learn from the faculty at those institutions.
Careers in Electronics
From radio to television, telephones to computers, airplanes, cars and home appliances to office machinery and life-saving medical equipment – all are possible thanks to the creative potential of electronics engineers, technologists and technicians.
Job opportunities are expected to be the best for trained electronics technicians who complete an associate degree – just like the programs offered through OCCC’s Cooperative Alliance.