Wireless and Data Communications Engineering Technology, associate degree option
Radiofrequency, microwave, cellular, commercial broadcast – these represent a sample of the communications fields explored as part of PCC’’s Wireless and Data Communications Engineering Technology program. Sound interesting? If so, consider this the beginning of your journey to an exciting career in a burgeoning industry.
Why choose Wireless and Data Communications Engineering Technology at PCC?
The Wireless and Data Communications Engineering Technology option (area of concentration) is a unique area within PCC’s historically strong Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) program. The Wireless and Data Communications Engineering Technology option trains students to excel as biomedical electronics technicians through a variety of learning activities in and out of the classroom.
For more than 50 years, our EET program has produced graduates whose superior skills and abilities have helped them obtain excellent jobs and pursue advanced degrees. The difference between the Wireless and Data Communications Engineering Technology option and EET program is small – more than two-thirds of the classes overlap – so you can easily get training in both areas and make yourself more marketable.
- Our diversified courses, coupled with state-of-the-art technology and equipment, offer you a unique and affordable way to learn the skills that enable you to become an engineering technician.
- As a graduate of PCC’s Wireless and Data Communications Engineering Technology option, you’ll combine the theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and teamwork required to be a valued member of the industry.
- Our instructors’ industry experience ensures that you receive training that’s practical, efficient, and effective.
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What will you do?
Graduates of this program find work as technicians in the manufacturing and service or repair of a variety of finely tuned communications equipment in the fields mentioned above and others – like satellite, radar, and data applications. They also can assist engineers in designing wireless and data communications equipment.
Those interested in continuing their studies can fully transfer to the Electronics Engineering Technology accredited Bachelor of Science program at Oregon Tech (OIT). Many courses transfer to other four-year BSEET programs, as well.