Top School in Phoenix for an Electronics Technology Degree

Students interested in studying electronics technology in Phoenix, AZ, have only a few schools to choose from. Read about a top local school's degree programs, tuition and ranking info to find the right one for you.

School and Ranking Information

Though options are limited in Phoenix, students do have a few choices when looking for electronics technology degrees. Based on school type, student population and rankings, the following university is considered a top school for electronics technology programs:

  • Winner: Mesa Community College in Mesa is located about thirteen miles from Phoenix. It is the only public school and the largest school of any type to offer studies relating to electronics technology in the area. Students can pursue an associate's degree or certificate, both of which provide courses in electronics.

School Info Chart

Category Mesa Community College
Location Mesa, Arizona
School Type 2-year, public
Tuition & Fees (2015-2016) Undergrad: $2,046 (in state); $7,830 (out-of-state)**
Electronics Technology Degrees Offered Associate's, certificate
Electronics Technology Degrees Awarded (all levels) in 2014-2015 21**
Most Popular Electronics Technology Degree in 2014-2015 Associate's (12 awarded)**
Undergraduate Graduation Rate (in 150% of normal degree time) for 2011 Entering Class 14%**
Noteworthy The Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) awarded MCC the Award for Institutional Progress in Student Learning Outcomes in 2007*

Sources: *MCC website, **NCES College Navigator

Mesa Community College

  • Four unique programs offered
  • Curriculum prepares students for the Certified Electronics Technician examination
  • School employs a member of the International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET) to provide expert insight and advice

Mesa Community College allows students to pursue one of four academic paths related to electronics technology. Students looking for more in-depth study can opt for an associate's degree in either electronics engineering technology or electronics technology. Both programs feature extensive coursework in topics related to the field, including digital logic, solid state devices, and circuit analysis. Students looking for a less intensive program can choose to enroll in the school's certificate program in electronics technology. The school also offers a fourth program, the Salt River Project Relay Apprentice Certificate, which is open only to SRP employees who are currently completing the SRP apprenticeship program. Courses in this program supplement training received during the apprenticeship.

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