Electronics Technology

Electronics Technology is an instructional program which prepares individuals to support electrical engineers and other professionals in the design, development, and testing of electrical circuits, devices, and systems. Included are instruction in model and prototype development and testing; systems analysis and integration; application of engineering data; and the preparation of reports and test results.

A second option, Biomedical Equipment Repair Technology, is an instructional and field service program that provides students with the technical knowledge and skills necessary for gaining employment as a biomedical equipment technician. These are entry-level technicians who can install, set up, troubleshoot, integrate, program, test, operate, and repair biomedical equipment.

Both curricula must be completed in suggested sequence. Some advanced level courses have prerequisites.

Students should consult the catalog of the university to which they plan to transfer for specific degree requirements.

Students must submit a composite score of 16 or higher on the Enhanced ACT. A minimum ACT score of 16 on the Mathematical Usage and Reading is also required.


For the list of courses required in this program, click here to visit the program checksheets page.



Gary Free
662-246-6532 or 6516

  • A.A.S., 1973 Mississippi Delta Junior College - Electronics Technology
  • Additional study, Mississippi State University and Mississippi Valley State University

Michael Stevenson

  • A.A.S., Mississippi Delta Community College - Electronics Technology
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