School of Energy and Electronics Technology
Pursue your passion and be rewarded—the national median wage for Electronics Technicians is $62,190*
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Associate in Science, Electronics Engineering Technology
Associate in Science, Electronics Engineering Technology, Industrial Instrumentation
Associate in Science, Smart Building Technology
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Work with instructors who are wired the same way you are.
Teaching these skills takes more than just technical knowledge. It takes a real passion for helping minds learn and grow. In our School of Energy and Electronics Technology, you’ll work with instructors who are wired the same way you are. And eager to share everything they’ve learned working in the field.Explore how you’ll learn
Take your skills from the lab to real world.
You’ll work hands-on, immersed in a curriculum that’s kept constantly up-to-date with the help of leading firms from a range of industries. And it all takes place in labs that are as close as it gets to the real world. You’ll benefit from a real-world internship—you might just join the ranks of PTC grads who’ve turned their internships into full-time jobs.Explore Internships
Enjoy the support of Career Services
When you’re ready to enter the job market, our Career Services team will help you build your job-search skills and connect you with employers—including many right here in the Pittsburgh region. And, you can continue to count on their expertise and support throughout your career.Discover Career Services
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*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics 2016 wage data and 2014-2024 employments projections. "Projected growth" represents estimated change in total employment over the projections period (2014-2024). "Projected job openings" represent openings due to growth and replacement.