Industrial Electronics and Electrical Maintenance Technology

Associate Degree

Career Outlook

Your New Career
Industrial Electronics and Electrical Maintenance Technicians experience ever-changing challenges in one of technology's most exciting careers. Whether you want a full-time position or want to earn extra income part-time, Penn Foster College will give you the skills you need to achieve success.

  • Earn your Associate Degree at home in as little as14 months, with appropriate transfer credit, by studying just an hour a day for your new career.
  • Learn electronics terminology and procedures, so you’ll easily understand and be able to carry out your new duties.
  • Gain the skills you need to install electronic equipment safely, and troubleshoot any problems you encounter on the job.

Apply the skills you learn in your training program diligently for a financially successful future.

Your New Skills
You'll learn every important part of being an Industrial Electronics and Electrical Maintenance Technician.

  • Your in-depth lessons include step-by-step instruction in electronics hardware, alternating current, transformers, and amplifiers.
  • You'll receive training in simple circuits, audio and RF circuits, oscillator and feedback waveforms, and more.
  • You'll also learn important lessons in AutoCAD® applications .


† Credits earned in Penn Foster programs may transfer to some, but not all, learning institutions. If you are planning to continue your education with another school after you earn your degree from Penn Foster, you should check with that school regarding credit transfer policies.