Industrial Marine Electronics Technology
- This program is offered at the Young Memorial Campus in Morgan City.
- You'll learn the standards and licensure requirements of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), National Association of Business and Educational Radio (NABER), Fluid Power Society, Electronics Technician Association, National Electrical Code, and Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV).
- Once you graduate, you'll have the knowledge needed to take and pass the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) exam.
Whether you want to work as a technician in energy, transportation, or any electronic-dependent field, SLCC will prepare you for a life in Industrial Marine Electronics Technology after graduation.
Use the following equipment and educational trainers: motors, mechanical diagrams/schematics, radar, fiber optics, laser technology, computer applications, telecommunications, microwave, hydraulics, PLC, video, industrial controls, and industrial wiring.
Apply diagnostic and troubleshooting techniques to equipment.
- Electrical Technician: $72,390
- Electrical Installers and Repairers, Transportation Equipment: $62,190
- Electrical Drafter: $57,740
(Bureau of Labor Statistics, Louisiana Average Salary 2021)
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