Industrial Electronics Technology

Our Industrial Electronics Technology program teaches students to design, troubleshoot, and maintain industrial electronic equipment.

You will learn about the fundamentals of electronics and electricity, circuit simulation and design with National Instruments MultiSim, electrical and electronic measurements and instruments, electronic circuits, electronic process controls, electric motors and control, and more.

Relevant coursework includes Basic Electricity, Digital Circuits, Microprocessor Systems, Intro to Networking, Intro to Programmable Logic Controls, Motors & Generators, Intro to Robotics, and Data and Radio Communications. 


Graduates from our Industrial Electronics Technology program can:

  • Apply Ohm’s Law to analyze basic electronic circuits.
  • Perform measurements to basic electronic circuits using a Volt-Ohm meter.
  • Perform voltage and time measurements on electronic circuits using an oscilloscope.
  • Demonstrate a professional work ethic.

Careers in this field include Electronics Technician, Cable Installation/Repair, Audio/Video Installation/Repair, Maintenance Technician, Instrumentation, and Production Managers. 

Average Salaries:

  • Electrical Technician: $72,390
  • Telecommunications Equipment Installer/Repairer: $61,000
  • Audiovisual Equipment Installer/Repairer: $42,040

(Bureau of Labor Statistics, Louisiana Average Salary 2021)


Kevin Melancon

Instructor & Program Coordinator, Industrial Electronics Technology

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