Electronics Engineering Technicians

A high school diploma is necessary for anyone wishing to pursue a career as an electronics engineering technician. While in high school, you should take algebra, geometry, physics, chemistry, computer science, English, and communications classes. Courses in electronics and introductory electricity are also helpful, as are shop courses and courses in mechanical drawing.


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