MCC Electronics Degrees
We offer two different Associates degrees: the "ET" degree, and the "EET" degree. These take two years to complete if you are attending full-time. We also offer an Electronics Certification that can be completed in only one year. If you do not want to pursue a degree or certificate, you can take individual courses.
If you do not desire to pursue a full two-year Associates Degree, or if you would prefer to take only technical courses, you can pursue a Certificate of Completion (“CCL”). The CCL is comprised of the first year of courses listed in the ET associates degree. Some ET students apply for this certificate when they are halfway through the ET degree in order to show progress for their employers.
We meet annually with an industrial advisory committee made up of representatives from numerous local electronics employers, both large and small, to assure that the topics covered in these degrees remain up to date, and relevant to the needs of our local industry.
Here are the official checksheets for these degrees:
The suggested course sequence for these degrees is shown below. Note that the Certificate of Completion in Electronics Technology (CCL ET) is simply the first two semesters of the AAS ET degree.
IMPORTANT NOTE: for the General Education classes, it is essential that you meet with an MCC campus advisor, as only they can give you definitive advice on the General Education courses that satisfy MCC's requirements. The above General Education courses are suggestions only.
The sequence of the courses shown here are suggestions only. You can take the courses in any order as long as the prerequisites for each course are met.
The two Associates degrees and the Certificate all share a common core of electronics courses. The core courses that are in all three of these Electronics programs are: ELE111, ELE131, ELE181, ELE112, ELE121, and ELE241.