Where it Can Take You
Electronic technologists must be able to work and communicate with customers as well as scientists and engineers as well as supervise and co-ordinate skilled technical personnel. They may be involved in a wide variety of work responsibilities including research, design, construction, testing,sales, modification, operation, installation and maintenance of electronic equipment.
A technologist may work as a member of a team or be required to assume individual responsibility for a project, a laboratory or an electronic system. Many positions involve technical writing and nearly all require well-developed customer relations skills. The progressive nature of electronics means technologists can expect to be involved in frequent on-the-job-training and upgrading throughout their careers. Some positions may require field work, extensive travel, shift work or time in isolated areas.
Graduate Information & Opportunities
After two years of suitable work experience in industry, graduates may seek certification with the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) in order to receive the Certified Engineering Technologists (CET) designation and the Registered Engineering Technologists (RET) designation.
Continuing you studies
Graduates will receive advanced credit in following post-secondary programs and faculties:
- Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management (BTech-TM), NAIT
- BSc Post Diploma, Athabasca University
- Camosun College Engineering Bridge Programs for transfer to the University of Victoria and the University of British Columbia
Note: Students intending to continue their education should contact the university for a personal interview. NAIT makes no guarantee with respect to credits granted by other institutions for courses taken in the Electronics Engineering Technology program.
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