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List of Electronics Schools, Colleges and Universities in the U.S.

Electronics schools and colleges offer programs in multiple fields, including applied science, engineering, electronics technology and the skilled trades. When choosing an electronics school, students often take into consideration the type of degree program, career goals and a school's facilities.

Students looking to advance their knowledge in electronics have many options for schools. Electronics-related programs, which are available as both undergraduate and graduate programs, can be found at most colleges and universities.

10 Schools with Electronics Programs

Listed below are 10 schools with electronic programs and their tuition rates for 2015-2016.

College/University Location Institution Type Degrees Offered Undergraduate Tuition & Fees (2015-2016)*
Arizona State University Tempe, AZ 4-year, Public Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral $10,158 in-state, $25,458 out-of-state
Miami Dade College Miami, FL 4-year, Public Associate's, Bachelor's $2,834 in-state, $9,661 out-of-state
Ohio State University Columbus, OH 4-year, Public Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral $10,037 in-state, $27,365 out-of-state
University of Florida Gainesville, FL 4-year, Public Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral $6,381 in-state, $28,659 out-of-state
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Minneapolis, MN 4-year, Public Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral $13,790 in-state, $22,210 out-of-state
University of Central Florida Orlando, FL 4-year, Public Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral $6,368 in-state, $22,467 out-of-state
The University of Texas at Austin Austin, TX 4-year, Public Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral $9,806 in-state, $34,676 out-of-state
Texas A & M University College Station, TX 4-year, Public Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral $10,176 in-state, $28,768 out-of-state
Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 4-year, Public Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral $13,560 in-state, $36,360 out-of-state
University of South Florida Tampa, FL 4-year, Public Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral $6,410 in-state, $17,324 out-of-state

Source: *National Center for Education Statistics

College Selection Criteria

Because of the number of specializations and fields offered by electronics schools, students usually first narrow down their college options by the field of study. Consider the following when looking for electronics schools:

  • Depending on a student's career goals, one should consider a program in electronic fields like engineering, technology, applied sciences, or vocational studies.
  • While some fields in electronics are more academic and classroom-based, others offer more hands-on opportunities.
  • Students earning a bachelor's degree, especially in an engineering field, often are qualified for more advanced positions.
  • Students looking to go straight into the workforce may consider an associate's degree which can qualify one for licensure.

Degrees related to electronics can be earned from many universities around the country. Advancement can be aided by earning higher degrees, which are offered from most 4-year colleges.

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