Electronics and Electrical Technology

Associate in Applied Science Degree

Electronics and electrical technology reach into all areas of modern life.  The progressive development of society is vitally dependent on its application and exploration. This continued growth offers expanded career opportunities for well-trained technical workers throughout the local, national, and international job markets.

The Electronics & Electrical Technology degrees and certificate programs have been carefully designed to prepare and train technicians, electrical apprentices, and future engineers.  In addition, retraining opportunities are available for those with degrees looking to gain a specific skill set or improve their resume.

Graduates can find careers opportunities in:Running Electrical

  • Control systems
  • Residential / commercial wiring
  • Medical equipment repair
  • System and product development
  • Technical sales
  • Traditional and renewable energy
  • Industrial automation
  • Robotics
  • Communications
  • Embedded controls
  • Maintenance

Technical careers exist in numerous industries and sectors including: 

  • Automotive
  • Product development and testing
  • Food and beverage
  • Energy
  • Defence / aerospace
  • Consumer electronics
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Residential and commercial electrical

A prospective student may enroll in residential/commercial wiring, electronics, microcontrollers, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), radio frequency identification, LabView, robotics, industrial electronics, motors, and motor control.

Degree and Certificate Options:

AAS - Electronics and Electrical Technology
Designed for a degree-seeking student looking to enter the electrical and electronics field as a technician

Certificate of Achievement — Electrical Technology for Apprentice Electricians
(Program Meets the State of Michigan Electrical Apprentice Requirements)
Certificate of Achievement — Electrical Technology for Apprentice Electricians
Designed for the electrical apprentice to meet the State of Michigan electrician apprentice requirements

Mott Community College Apprentice Curricular Guide (pdf)
MASCI - Michigan's Resources to Apprenticeship Opportunities

AAS - Electronics and Electrical Technology Emphasis in Robotics
Designed for a degree-seeking student looking to customize their electrical course work around robotic programming and control.

Certificate of Achievement — Robotic Programming and Control
Designed for professionals that have already earned a minimum of an AAS degree in a related technical field or have 5 years of relevant work experience.  Certificate provides training in robotic programming and controls to supplement the technical degree. 

Certificate of Achievement — Electronics and Electrical Technology
Designed for students who are looking to gain electrical experience or a student returning to the electrical field.  Employers may also wish to send their employees through the certificate option to insure their employees are receiving the skills they need.    

4-year Degree Transfer Opportunities

Wayne State University Transfer Guide for their EET program.
This transfer guide allows students to apply their MCC Electronics and Electrical Technology degree / credits to Wayne's four-year technical EET degree.

Eastern Michigan University  Articulation Agreement (pdf)

Ferris State University  Transfer Guide (pdf)

Siena Heights University Bachelor of Applied Science Degree Program - Informational Flyer (pdf)

Be sure to review the General Education Transfer Guide for the school(s) you're interested in transferring to, as well as any applicable program-specific guides. For further information, please contact the Counseling and Student Development Office.


Technology Division

RTC 2700

Contact Us:
Phone: 810-762-0500
Fax: 810-232-2676
Email: tech@mcc.edu

Faculty & Staff