Available on the Vincennes campus
In today's high-tech world, everything is impacted by electronic controls. An electronics technician is needed to develop, install, and maintain these systems. This program prepares students for a career as an electronics technician.
Graduates of this program will gain knowledge of electrical theory along with practical hands-on skills required to repair, maintain, calibrate, and install all kinds of electrical equipment. Possible avenues of employment includes quality control, sales, service and repair, engineering assistants, radio and television communications, industrial maintenance, and field technicians for every type of company imaginable.
Employers of Vincennes University Electronics graduates include:
- NSWC Crane
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- AK Steel
- Cummins Diesel
- Marathon Oil Company
- Sony DADC
- Phillips Medical Systems
- Deaconess Hospital
- Duke Energy Services
and many, many more.
Areas of study include:
- Basic Circuit analysis
- Digital Circuits
- Audio and video circuits
- Industrial electronics
For more information about the Electronics Program, contact:
Dean Hall, Electronics Department Chair
Phone: (812) 888-4001
Professor of Electronics
Assistant Professor of Electronics