Flip the switch on
your bright future.
Texas employs the second highest number of electrical and electronics technicians and repairers in the nation but could be moving up a notch soon.
Get a competitive edge in the job market
by starting at TSTC.
Students will build a solid base of electronics courses and a concentration on microprocessor instruction — the framework for almost unlimited electronics applications. Students also will gain the competitive edge by learning LabView, the current program used in the industry. With expert faculty members and guidance from professionals in the field, the program provides the basis in science, engineering, math and electronics needed for the complex equipment used in commercial and industrial applications like those in radio, radar, sonar, navigational equipment and computers, medical measuring or control devices and more.
Graduates can gain additional opportunities, job credibility and earnings by qualifying for industry certifications such as those administered by National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET), the International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET) and the Electronics Technicians Association (ETA).