Several students working in a Rogue Community College classroom

Electronics is a broad field that continues to have positive growth even during difficult economic times.  Rogue Community College prepares students for a variety of careers starting with electronics fundamentals up to advanced communication/microwave and microcontroller programming and interfacing techniques.

Our staff work closely with local employers, and we focus on providing training for in-demand skills. RCC instructors bring diverse talents to the classroom, drawing on their own real-world experience as well as the textbook.

Associate of Applied Science

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AAS Electronics Technology

One-year Certificates

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Electronics Technician
Microcontroller Systems Technician
Renewable Energy Certificate
High Technology Certificate

Career Pathway Certificates

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High Technology Studies: Plant Systems Technician

Program Advisors

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Dave McKeen
Electronics Technology Department
Ann Trausch
Ann Trausch

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