Electronic Engineering Technologies offerings are designed to give you the theory and practical skills to prepare you for a job as an Electronic Technician in today’s high-tech workplace. These college programs in electronics are more practical and "hands-on" than a traditional four-year engineering degree, and the entire program can be taken here at AACC.
There are three levels of electronic programs: degree programs, certificate programs and letters of recognition. The degree program leads to a two-year college degree in a technical area. If you attend college "full-time", it would take two years to complete. If you go part-time, it will take longer. Certificate programs contain six technical core courses which allow you to enter the job market quickly. All courses taken in the certificate programs can be applied toward the appropriate A.A.S. degree. A Letter Of Recognition (LOR) is a three-course sequence in a focused area.
The following programs are available at Anne Arundel Community College:
• Electronics Option — A.A.S. degree
• Telecommunications Option — A.A.S. degree
• Electro-Mechanical Option — Certificate
• Electronics Option — Certificate
• PC Repair Option — Certificate
• Telecommunications Option — Certificate
• PC Maintenance — Letter of Recognition
• Wiring Technician — Letter of Recognition
An associate degree in biomedical engineering technology is available as part of a cooperative agreement between Howard Community College and Anne Arundel Community College. See College Catalog details.
Students interested in a four-year engineering degree should check out the Engineering Transfer program.
For more information call the Engineering office at 410-777-2433.