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Commercial and industrial equipment electrical and electronics repairers repair, test, adjust, or install electronic equipment, such as industrial controls, transmitters, and antennas. Common Job Titles: Amplifier Mechanic Automation Mechanic Boardman Certified Control Systems Technician Computerized Environmental Control Installer Control Equipment Electrician Control Systems Technician Control Technician Electrical and Electronics Technician Electrical and Instrument Mechanic Electrical and Instrument Technician (E&I Tech) Electrical and Instrumentation Mechanic Electrical Assistant Electrical Maintenance Technician Electrical Technician Electrician Technician Electronic Device Repairer Electronic Equipment Repairmen Electronic Sales and Service Technician Electronics Mechanic Apprentice Electronics Technician Field Service Engineer Field Service Technician Field Technician Gear Technician Heavy Mobile Equipment Repairer I&C Tech (Instrument and Control Technician) Industrial Aerial Installer Industrial Robotics Mechanic Instrument and Electrical Technician (I&E Tech) Maintenance Technician Mechatronics Technician Meteorological Equipment Repairer Metrology Technician Microwave Technician Missile Pad Mechanic Plant and Maintenance Technician Plant Electrician Power Generation Equipment Repairer Printed Circuit Board Reworker Public Address System Mechanic Radar Mechanic Radar Repair and Installation Technician Radar Repairer Radar Technician Radio Antenna Installer Radio Interference Expert Radio Interference Investigator

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**

*Length of program may vary if transfer credits or prior learning experience apply.

**Costs are estimates only and are based on in-state, per-credit-hour tuition prices for one- and two-year degrees. Fees not included. For the most current and accurate tuition price, please contact the college financial aid advisor.