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    Robotics & Avionics gives students the knowledge of electronic principles and technical skills needed to produce, calibrate, test, assemble, install and perform maintenance on electronic equipment.

    These skills can be applied in the avionics, robotics, digital processing, industrial electronics, communications, biomedical technology industries and more.

    Program Concentrations:
    • Circuitry
    • Digital electronics
    • Electronic communications
    • Instrumentation
    • Leadership and job-seeking skills
    • Motors
    • Nanotechnology
    • Safety procedures
    • Troubleshooting

    Career Options:

    You can become an electrical and electronics drafter, electrical and electronic engineering technician, avionics technician, aircraft mechanic, quality assurance inspector, aviation electrical technician, engineer, electro-mechanical technician, telecommunications technician, audio/video technician, network technician, computer support specialist, biomedical technician or robotics technician.

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    Certified Education Robot Training (CERT) from FANUC America
    Certified Electronics Technician Associate (CETA) Certificate
    Customer Service Specialist Certificate
    EM1 (DC Basics), EM2 (AC Basics) and EM4 (Digital Basics) Certificates
    Pennsylvania Skills Certificate
    Soldering Certificate (CEA)
    Student Electronics Technician (SET) Certificate
    Open Dual Enrollment Credits
    Delaware County Community College
    Concurrent Dual Enrollment Credits
    Delaware County Community College
    Pennsylvania College of Technology
    SOAR Credits
    Clarion University
    Lehigh Carbon Community College
    Montgomery County Community College
    Pennsylvania College of Technology
    Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology
    1:1 Articulation Credits
    Pittsburgh Technical Institute
    St. Francis University
    Click here for more information on opportunities to earn college credit.
    Upperclassmen may be hired at local companies, such as BOY Machine, Inc., Haverford Systems and IFM Effector. Co-ops allow students to work during their school day, earn real-world experience and build their resumes.
    The Department of Education provides a CIP Code to approved Programs of Study (POS).  Schools and postsecondary institutions use the CIP code to categorize the POS, outline the scope and sequence of educational offerings and develop a POS task list. Review the task list 
Last Modified on June 18, 2019