Electronic Systems Technology - AVD/Low Voltage Technician
In our Electronic Systems Technology – AVD/Low Voltage Technician Certificate program you will learn about A/V systems, site surveys, design, integration, and maintenance. You’ll also learn to install and maintain low-voltage systems such as fire, security, and nurse call systems and will learn commercial installation and wiring standards as well as how to build and configure networks, routers, and switches. After completing Audio Video Solutions (ELEC 2040) you will be prepared to take the Certified Technology Specialist exam.
This program will open a variety of exciting, steady and lifelong career opportunities. Your options range from working on a bench as a technician repairing equipment being manufactured and/or repairing existing equipment to traveling to different locations installing and repairing equipment.
You can start the Electronic Systems Technology program in the Fall or Spring terms. Follow these steps to finish your application:
- Want to learn more about SCC? Come see how SCC will help you achieve Your Path to Possible! Schedule a campus visit!
- Need help exploring career opportunities or navigating the admissions process? Schedule an appointment with an Admissions Counselor.
- Ready to apply? Complete an Application for Admission.
- Submit ACT, SAT, Next Generation Accuplacer, or Accuplacer test scores (reading and math) or official college transcripts showing completion of post-secondary coursework in English and math to the Admissions Office at any SCC location.
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Below are the required courses for this program. If you have questions please contact:
Mike Aalberg, Program Chair
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Please note that the following programs are currently under review by the Department of Education for federal financial aid. Students are not able to receive federal financial aid for this program until it has been approved.
- Electronic Systems – AVD & Low Voltage, Certificate
You’re a Good Fit
You will be successful in our Electronic Systems Technology program if you:
- are an abstract thinker and understand the concepts in electronic theory
- have basic math skills in order to manipulate algebraic equations proficiently
- have the ability to understand and follow written directions
- have excellent eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity
- enjoy “mind-on” and “hands-on” activities
Military Transfer (Advanced Placement)
We offer military students with an electronics background and training to apply their training and reduce the courses necessary through credit by waiver to complete the degree. You will work with the program director to select the courses to enhance your technical expertise. Up to 2/3 of the technical courses can be transferred in for a technician focus or computer, automation and networking focus.
We prepare you for an array of career opportunities as technicians are needed in all aspects of the electronic and information technology industry. Recent SCC graduates report an average starting annual salary of $46,656. Electronic systems technology career options include:
- AV Maintenance Technician
- Field Technician
- Install Technician
- System Technician
- Sales Support Engineer
- Field Engineer
- Systems Programmer
While certifications are not required, you will be given opportunities and assistance to obtain certification in the following while taking classes:
- BISCI Installer Level 1
- International Society of Certified Electronics Technician (ISCET)
- CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
- NCATT Aircraft Electronics Technician
We are working on Solder standards and the certification of all students.