Electronics Engineering Technology


About the Class

What do surveillance cameras, engine controls, and the Mars Rover have in common? They all use electronics and require highly skilled engineers and technicians to build, program, repair, and maintain. Learn to build and troubleshoot using circuit drawings, prototyping boards and test equipment.

Learn to Program and build a movable robot with your hardware and software. Learn to solder and build your own telephone or binary clock. Cross-crediting in Math, English, and Science may be available along with more than 25 college credits. Field trips are offered each quarter to learn more about opportunities in this diverse career field.

Meet the Instructor


Ted Rodriquez

My name is Ted Rodriquez, I am the Instructor of the Electronics Engineering Technology Program at Sno-Isle TECH. In my class you will have the opportunity to learn an introductory level of Electronics in an Industrial Lab setting with like-minded students from many other high schools. You will work with specialized test equipment, components and tools, and technical drawings. Find out about career related conferences, internships and scholarships, share ideas and experiences with your peers while earning college credit. This course is an Algebra II equivalency in most sending school districts.

If this sounds interesting, take a moment to watch the class video. Thank you for your interest; I look forward to meeting you at an upcoming Open House event or during our student interviews in the spring!

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Speak to your counselor about applying for the Electronics Engineering Technology Class today.
Application opens in early February.