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Electronics Technology

Main Office: (575) 527-7590
The explosion in the number and diversity of electronic devices used in
home and industry settings has greatly intensified the demand for qualified
technicians. As orders for high-tech communications equipment and electronic
products continue to rise, job opportunities for electronics technicians
will expand even more. Salaries in the various branches of electronics
are among the highest for all technology areas.
Students in the Electronics Technology program learn using state-of-the-art
equipment and instrumentation. They work and train in spacious, modern
laboratories similar to those used in industry. Students have the opportunity
to analyze and troubleshoot actual problems while learning from knowledgeable
and experienced instructors.
The Electronics Technology program may be completed on a part-time basis
by taking classes during the evening or during the day. Those who wish
to pursue a bachelor of science degree in Engineering Technology at New
Mexico State University may apply up to 36 credit hours from the Electronics
Technology program toward the four-year degree.

•  General Electronics Technology Option (Associate of Applied Science)
•  Biomedical Electronics Option (Associate of Applied Science)

•  General Electronics Technology (Certificate of Completion)
•  Biomedical Electronics (Certificate of Completion)
       Certificate of Completion:
       Biomedical Electronics (47 credits)
       Prerequisites 16 credits
         ELT 110 Electronics I - 4 credits
         ELT 120 Mathematics for Electronics - 4 credits
         ELT 205 Semiconductor Devices - 4 credits
         ELT 260 Instrumentation Control and Signal Conditioning - 4 credits
       Related Requirements 11 credits
         AHS 120 Medical Terminology - 3 credits
         AHS 140 Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology - 4 credits
         AHS 202 Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care - 3 credits
         OETS 102 Career Readiness Certification Preparation - 1 credits
       Technical Requirements 20 credits
         ELT 135 Electronics II - 4 credits
         ELT 155 Electronic CAD and PCB Design - 3 credits
         ELT 160 Digital Electronics I - 4 credits
         ELT 175 Soldering Practices - 2 credits
         ELT 225 Computer Applications for Technicians - 3 credits
         ELT 270 Biomedical Equipment Instrumentation - 4 credits 

Contact Information:

Contact any of our professional faculty and staff for more information and advising.
Tim Briggs - (575) 527-7591 - 
Tarlochan Dhillon - (575) 527-7586 -
Luis Meza - (575) 527-7564 -
Marco Garay - (575) 527-7719 -
Joe Morales - (575) 527-7667 -

Course Descriptions:

For course descriptions on any of our program classes, please go to the link(s) below that correspond to your specific field of study.

Aerospace Technology –
Automation & Manufacturing Tech. -
Automotive Technology -
Building Construction Technology -
Creative Media Technology -
Drafting and Design Technology -
Electronics Technology -
Environmental & Energy Technology -
Water Technology –
Welding Technology -