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Electronics Technology/Industrial Maintenance

Program Location: Peak Innovation Center
Options: Afternoon

Students who enter the electronics technology program will gain the skills needed to solve complex problems through the use of technology. Students will learn how to install, maintain, and repair machinery, equipment, and processes used by manufacturing and industrial companies. The courses in this pathway cover a range of integrated fields such as advanced manufacturing, engineering, sciences, and technology.

Career Titles: Industrial Maintenance Technician, Advanced Manufacturing Technician, Engineering Technician
Industry: Electromedical, Manufacturing, Governmental, Engineering Services
Outlook: 2 percent growth
Arkansas Median Wage: $62,080

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Fall Semester
First Year
Spring Semester
First Year
Fall Semester
Second Year
Spring Semester
Second Year
Introduction to Electronics Technology Industrial Electricity Mechanical Drives Fluid Power
Fundamentals of Electricity Electrical Circuits & Components PLC Applications Robot Programming II
Special Topics: Robot Automation   Robot Operations & Maintenance CNC Operations


Sample schedule only. Actual schedules may vary.

Credentials students can potentially earn while in WATC:

  • Certificate of Proficiency in Industrial Electricity and Electrical Maintenance
  • Technical Certificate in Industrial Electricity and Electrical Maintenance

Degree options to complete at UAFS:

  • Associate of Science in Electronics Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology