Industrial Electronics – Associate Degree
About the Program
When production workers encounter problems with the machines they operate, they call industrial electronics technicians. The technician’s work is important not only because an idle machine will delay production, but also because a machine that is not properly repaired and maintained may damage the final product or injure the operator.
Students in the Industrial Electronics program wishing to pursue a four-year degree may qualify for the approved articulation pathway into the B.A. in Leadership and Professional Communications at Columbia College or the B.A. in Organizational Leadership at the University of SC’s Palmetto College.
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Meet a Graduate
"The instructors make sure you have the materials you need to be successful. They try to let you figure stuff out on your own, but they're there to help you if you need them."