What course do I have to take in order to get into Electronics Engineering
I would have to take Math and Science courses in order to become a Technician Replacement#technology #information-technology #technician
Anthony Sharp - The Edutainer (HE He/Him/His)
You are correct with the Math and Science courses. From the O*NET profile that I just read, it stated that Physics is knowledge you will need for the field. In addition, CAD Software and much more. Take a look at https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/17-2072.00.
I found this other article of what courses to take. It works out perfect as it is linked to schools in Illinois
Hope that helps
And here's a novel suggestion that is often overlooked: typing or keyboarding. Engineers type on their computers - a lot! Emails, specifications and coding, to name a few examples, all benefit from solid typing skills! It will save you tons of time over your career (even if you decide to do something other than engineering).
- Math (Calculus, Statistics)
- Science (Physics, Chemistry)
- Programming (MatLab, CAD/CAM)
- Electrical (Analog Design, Digital Logic)
Hope this helps and gives you some ideas on where to search for more information.
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