Electronic Technology Program

Electronic Technology Program

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The Electronic Technology Curriculum is a two-year college level career program leading to an Associate of Applied Science Degree. The program prepares students to enter directly into the job market as Electronics Repair Technicians.

The student gains skills and knowledge to repair and maintain a variety of electronic equipment including:

  • Communications Equipment (two-way radios, cellular phone and satellite equipment.)
  • Computers and Peripherals (computers, monitors, printers, and copiers)
  • Industrial Related Equipment (manufacturing controls and robotics)
  • Audio and Visual Related Equipment (audio amplifiers, televisions, public address equipment and recording equipment)

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Contact Information

Program Coordinator: Forrest A. Smith
Email: fsmith5@southwest.tn.edu
Phone: 901-333-4291
Location: Macon Cove Campus Fulton Building, Room 321

Secretary: Bernice Neal
Email: bneal@southwest.tn.edu
Phone: 901-333-4150
Fax: 901-333-4496
Location: Macon Cove Campus Fulton Building, Room 310

This program is part of the Technologies Department.

Part of the Federal Aviation Administration - Technical Operations Collegiate Training Initiative (TO-CTI)

Course Information

To find out more about courses offered at Southwest, you can use our Interactive Course Schedule to see when and where a class is being offered.

Electronics at Southwest