Electronics & Advanced Manufacturing


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1 or 2 year Program

(Electronics, Computer Diagnostics, Programming)

Graduate from high school with employability skills related to your educational and career goals

This program will prepare you for an opportunity in dozens of electronics, computers, advanced manufacturing, robotics,and automation careers. Students will design and build specific automation equipment. The curriculum in

The curriculum include:
– General computer installation and service
– Diagnostics and troubleshooting
– Network installation and operations
– Programming and running Adriano systems
– Electronic circuitry design
– Wireless systems

3 high school credits for each year and college credits while still in high school

Dual Enrollment Agreements

NMCC – COE114 – Operating System MCP
NMCC – COE125 – Computer Networking Hardware
NMCC – COE135 – Network Administration
NMCC – COE214 – Implementing & Management Network Infrastructure
NMCC – COE214 – Planning Network Infrastructure
NMCC – COE115 – Security & Preparation
NMCC- COE224 – Advanced Computer Electronics Lab
NMCC – COE225 –  Advanced Computer Electronics Lab
NMCC – SAE117 – Occupational Safety
EMCC – CST103 – Introduction to Computer Systems
EMCC – CST123 – PC Hardware & Operating Systems
EMCC – CST143 – Web Applications and Development
EMCC – CST154 – Object Oriented Programming
EMCC – BCA115 – Intro to Computer Applications
EMCC – CST124 – An Introduction to Linux
EMCC – CST162 – Network+ Certification
EMCC – CST163 – Computer Applications
EMCC – SPE101 – Oral Communications

For a complete list of the Program of Studies Agreements, please click here.

National/State Certifications/Licenses
OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Safety & Health Certificate
Preparation for Comp T or A+ Certification Exam

Robotics competition partnered with students from UMaine’s Electrical Engineering program

Colleges and post-secondary programs affiliated with this program include, but are not limited to the following:

  • University of Maine Engineering
  • Central Maine Community College
  • Eastern Maine Community College
  • Southern Maine Community College
  • York County Community College
  • Apprenticeships and Internships

Job Opportunites: Engineer Business Analysis, Computer Engineer, Operating System Designer, Engineer Programmer Analyst, Software Engineering, Applications Prototype Engineer

Requirements

Pre-requisite Academic Courses:

  • Strong basic math skills
  • Introduction to physics
  • Ability to read, comprehend, and write at a high school level
  • Microsoft Office suit proficiency

Instructors

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Ron Canarr

Phone:  (207) 942-5296 Fax:  (207) 942-0776 Email:  rcanarr If you need to email a staff... MORE

Details

Click here to apply online as soon as possible. Please mention this program specifically in the "Tell us why you are interested in United Technologies Center" online form.

Schedule

This course meets Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri from 8:30 am to 1:45 pm.

Location

This course is held at United Technologies Center .