Study Robotics and Electronics
Train for a successful career in robotics and electronics. Job titles include Electronics Technician, Test Technician, Field Technician, Quality Technician, and Aircraft Electronics Technician.
This training will equip you for a variety of jobs that require a strong foundation in electronics and automation. Salaries range from $33,000 to $42,000 for a Technician I after a short period of time.
Our graduates work in information technology, aerospace, electronics manufacturing, green energy, biomedical, robotics, and telecommunications.
Earn a certificate while working toward your Associate of Technical Arts degree. Training for a great career in technology never goes out of style.
What our graduates say:
“Understanding the fundamentals of electronics led me to find a true passion in a STEM career. The level of encouragement, patience and one-on-one support provided by the Edmonds program enabled mastery of concepts, components and software. I acquired the skills and knowledge to be proficient and the practice to hone my new skills, making the Edmonds program a stand out success.”
Sierra F., Alumnus, Robotics and Electronics Technology ATA degree, now working as a Metrology Technician.
For advising and information, call the Engineering Technology Department at 425.640.1980.
We believe that our students learn best when their training closely mirrors the work they will be doing when they graduate.
- Students take IPC Soldering and Inspection Certification exams during their program
- Our training is hands on using up-to-date lab equipment, which includes a new Kuka robotic arm
- We use Arduino control systems in our Robotics classes
- We use real applications, whenever possible
- We work closely with our industry partners to ensure we are teaching the skills that employers require