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Electronic Technology:

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A degree or certificate in Electronic Technology is your ticket to the high-tech world of modern electronics where you'll work in a hands-on environment with high tech devices and products like

  • Computers and peripherals
  • Communication devices--radios, televisions, cellular phones, and modems
  • Medical equipment
  • Entertainment products--CD, stereo, and video games
  • Automotive equipment--computerized engine controls, test equipment, and car stereos
  • Industrial equipment--monitors, controllers, robotics

Through laboratory and classroom instruction at Irvine Valley College, you will learn how to troubleshoot, repair, design, and manufacture today's electronic equipment as an electronic technician or engineering technologist. If you enjoy applying classroom learning to solving practical problems in a hands-on environment, you should consider a career in Electronic Technology.  

You're in the Right Place at the Right Time!

Irvine Valley College is located in the Irvine Spectrum, the center of the "Technology Coast" extending from Santa Barbara to San Diego, a fast growing region containing 6 counties and 18 million people with 19,000 technology firms employing 400,000 workers in the computer, software, biomedical, telecommunications, automotive, aerospace, and consumer electronics industries.  A degree or certificate in Electronic Technology from Irvine Valley College will equip you for immediate employment in these fields.  Or, you can continue your education at California State University Pomona (and soon, California State University at Long Beach) to earn a bachelor's degree in Engineering Technology.

IVC Gainful Employment Disclosure Statement - Electronic Technology


Lianna Zhao, MD
Dean, Physical Sciences and Technologies

T: 949-451-5561
O: LSB 202