Electronics Engineering Technology
The Electronics Engineering Technology program provides students with broad-based knowledge and skills in communications, electronics manufacturing, electronics maintenance, computer and business machine repair, electronics design and development, computer software, and networking.
Electronics engineering technicians work with electronics engineers. Together they design, develop, and manufacture industrial and consumer electronic equipment such as ultrasound, radar, navigational equipment, and computers. They are involved in fabricating, operating, testing, troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining equipment.
The demand for trained electronics technicians is very strong. Hawkeye has a unique training partnership with John Deere to train and hire individuals.
Hawkeye Community College has a block articulation with the University of Northern Iowa to transfer general education and technical credits. Other state and private four-year colleges may transfer credits. For more information, contact a program advisor.
Buchanan Hall 103
Bremer Hall 136-A
Bremer Hall 131-B
Butler Hall 104-A