About the MCC Electronics Program


Joe Neglia, Program Director
Residential Faculty - Electronics
Applied Sciences and Technology
Office: TC 50 - Room: TC-113
P: 480-461-7144
Email: jd.neglia@mesacc.edu

Southern & Dobson

See Campus Map: Building: TC 50

Learn About Our Program

The MCC Electronics program offers new and returning students a path to a high-demand career. With a 2-year Associates degree, or a 1 year Certificate of Completion, or even a few classes, students may pursue numerous job openings that are posted every day.
Our students and graduates work as Electronics Technicians in a wide variety of industries, including: Aerospace, Biotechnology, Broadcasting, Communications, Industrial, Medical, Power, Semiconductor, and Transportation. We are a Microchip Technology Academic Partner, and we are the only Electronics Technology program in Arizona that is certified by the Federal Aviation Administration. Our students are recruited by corporations such as Raytheon, USPS, the FBI, the U.S. State Department, Honeywell, NXP, and many others.
And we offer online and hybrid classes to accommodate any work schedule. Full-time and part-time. Read on to get started, and feel free to email the Program Director at jd.neglia@mesacc.edu if you have any questions. Expect a prompt response!

The MCC Electronics program:

  • Provides relevant and practical education in the fundamentals of electronics to help our students achieve their technical and career goals.

  • Endeavors to establish Maricopa County as a hub of technical expertise, providing an attractive environment for inventors, entrepreneurs, hobbyists, and industry.

We Partner With:

FAA Collegiate Training Initiative FAA Logo

The FAA has partnered with the Mesa Community College Electronics Program to prepare students to pursue their goal of a career in aviation with the FAA.

The MCC Electronics Technology AAS is the only such certified 2-year electronics program in Arizona, and one of only 35 in the USA. This effort is known as the Technical Operations Collegiate Training Initiative (TO-CTI).

The FAA hires students from TO-CTI schools for entry-level careers such as:

  • Electronic Technicians (Job Series 0856)
  • Engineering Technicians (Job Series 0802)

Successful completion of our Electronics Technology AAS program does not guarantee employment with the FAA, however. CLICK HERE to see a current list of open Electronics Technician positions with the FAA.

Read more here: The FAA Collegiate Training Initiative

Microchip Academic Program Logo

Microchip Technology Academic Program

Salt River Project
Electronics Technician Apprenticeship program

Building Map - image

TC building layout with rooms labeled

Building Map - pdf

TC building layout with rooms labeled

Electronics Program Brochure (PDF, printable)