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Electrical Engineering Technology – AAS Degree


Electrical Engineering Technology

Associate in Applied Science

Engineering is the application of scientific and mathematical principles to solve problems. The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electronic Technology prepares graduates for a career as an Electronics Technician, with job skills that include basic electrical system installation, operations, maintenance, troubleshooting, and service. This degree also provides solid education in DC/AC electrical theories, electrical wiring, digital devices, Programmable Logic Controller (PLLC) systems, motors, and basic computer maintenance.

Students take fundamental courses common to most engineering disciplines and continue their studies in specialized areas after transferring. John A. Logan has transfer agreements in place with surrounding universities in the region. Prospective students interested in engineering should possess the following:

  • A high school diploma or high school equivalency
  • A strong background and interest in math and science

What You Can Do

The graduate in Electronics Engineering Technology will be prepared for entry-level careers in areas such as: product development and support technician, field engineering/service technician, test engineering technician, technical documentation, technical sales/marketing, telecommunications and wireless systems development and support, research and development, quality assurance, and technical documentation.


  • Electronic Equipment Installation and Repair
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Broadcast Communications Technician
  • System Technician
  • Plant Technician
  • Telephone Technician
  • Fiber Installation
  • Maintenance Testing
  • Troubleshooting and Repair

Earning Potential

Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Electrical and Electronics Engineers,

Modes of Instruction
Learn more about the modes of instruction offered at John A. Logan College.

Program Details

ELT 3012


ORI 100College 1011
ELT 102Basic Electricity and Wiring4
ELT 111Digital Electronics I3
MAT 111Precalculus5
MFT 103Industrial Robots & PLCs3


ELT 103Applied DC/AC Circuits4
ELT 112Digital Electronics II3
ELT 150Applied Solid State Electronics3
ENG 101English Composition I1 OR ENG 113
Professional Technical Writing1
MAT 131Calculus I5


COM 115Speech OR COM 116 Interpersonal Communication3
ELT 151Applied Solid State Circuits3
ELT 200Introduction to Microprocessors3
ELT 214Fundamentals of Computing Hardware3
PHY 155College Physics I5


ELT 210Supporting Computer Operating Systems3
ELT 215IOT and Embedded Systems3
ELT 218Introduction to Network Technologies3
ELT 220Special Projects in Electronics3
ELT 224Power Distribution and Motors3

Total Hours for Degree66

  1. Requires a grade of “C” or higher. ↩︎

The Electrical Engineering Technology Program is a minimum of 66 credit hours. Please use our Tuition and Fees page to calculate your approximate cost.

*Students will be responsible for additional classroom materials and tools.

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John A Logan offers a seamless transfer to the next step in your educational journey for many of our programs. Our academic programs prepare you for what you will need to transfer to a four-year college or university. When you have selected the college where you would like to transfer, it is important to review their specific admission and course requirements. John A Logan College has many articulation agreements with various colleges.

Transfer Planning – John A. Logan College (

  1. Technical Knowledge: Graduates should demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of fundamental electronics principles.
  2. Troubleshooting and Problem-Solving: Graduates should be able to identify, diagnose, and troubleshoot electronic components and systems, using appropriate tools and techniques to solve technical issues.
  3. Experiential Skills: Graduates should possess practical electronics skills and demonstrate proficiency in the use of electronic test equipment.
  4. Teamwork and Collaboration: Graduates should be prepared to work effectively in team settings, contributing their expertise to collaborative projects and tasks.
  5. Industry Standards and Regulations: Graduates should be aware of relevant industry standards, regulations, and best practices.

Electrical Engineering Faculty Contact

Rob Craig

Associate Professor of Electronics

Phone: (618) 985-2828 Ext. 8587
Office: G104 A