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Electronic technicians apply their knowledge of electronic theory, science, engineering, and math to perform services in areas of research and development, manufacturing, sales, repairs, and customer service. This program prepares individuals with hands-on instruction to assemble, install, operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical and electronic equipment used by industry and consumers. All tools and lab components are provided.

Elective Specialty Areas: Industrial Electronic-Electrical Technician, Electronic and Computer Technician, Programming, and Green Energy Technician

Quick Facts:


West Campus (Logan)
Brigham City

Estimated Tuition & Fees:

$4,189 for the 1,410 hour specialization - this is an estimate. Course fees may vary.


13 months (30 hrs/wk)

Estimated Monthly Payment:

$465 Cost varies by specialization.

Pell Grant Eligible:


Estimated Books and Supplies:

$1,165 - 1,769 - Cost varies by specialization and/or electives chosen. Click here for books and supplies details (ISBN/edition).


High School Students: Morning, afternoon, and evening courses available Adult Students: Morning, afternoon, and evening courses available Flexible hours M - Th: 8am to 8pm and Fri: 8am to 2:30pm

Special Requirements:

Assessment: Basic reading and basic math. Call (435) 750-3188 to schedule an appointment. Need a review? Get a sneak peek at the Assessment Center or enroll directly into the Academic Learning Center by calling (435) 753-6780.

Please note: A composite ACT score of 17 or a composite SAT score of 1210 can waive assessment requirements if taken no more than four years prior to enrollment.

Outcome Data:

Reported Annually to the Accrediting Agency Council on Occupational Education
Completion: 94%
Job Placement: 87%
Withdrawal: 6%

Outcome statistics are compiled annually based upon Training Outcome surveys conducted with students post-graduation. Data is gathered through coordination with the student, faculty, Student Services Office personnel, and licensing agencies.

Gainful Employment Disclosures

Employment Outlook

The continuing growth in the area of communications and the increasing demand for consumer electronics products make the electronics industry one of the most important industries in the United States. Our number one priority is quick job placement of our graduates. We work closely with the Department of Workforce Services and local employers to help students obtain great jobs. Job titles include: test technician, electronics technician, electronics assembly, electronics specialist, service technician, inspector, and many more.

Online/E-learning Components

This specialization is delivered face-to-face and may contain online components.


Required hours

ELEA - Electronics Advanced 1410 hrs See Breakdown
ELEB - Electronics Basic 1050 hrs See Breakdown
ELET - Electronics Assembly Technician 600 hrs See Breakdown

What others are saying

"This program is affordable, fast-paced and provides industry-specific training needed in the workforce today. In addition to great entry-level training, BATC offers flexible and affordable education to those already employed who want to expand their knowledge."

-Robert Ashby, Autonomous Solutions

July 22, 2014