This program is collaboration between Lackawanna College and Johnson College, and it provides the training individuals need to obtain well-paying jobs as electronics technicians with major employers in Northeastern Pennsylvania and throughout the country. Trained electronics technicians work with cutting-edge technology in dynamic fields such as national defense and global manufacturing.
The colleges have combined forces to offer specialized training leading to an Associate Degree in Electronics at their Scranton campuses. Candidates apply to Lackawanna College for admission to the program and take core courses at Lackawanna College. At Johnson, they receive hands-on training in various electronic technology subjects. The two-year program leads to Associate in Applied Science degrees from Lackawanna College in Electronic Technology.
|Lackawanna College General Education Core (22 credits)
Introduction to Computer Applications or Computer Applications II
College Algebra II & Trigonometry
Introduction to Psychology or Social Science Elective
*Developmental courses may be required as prerequisites. Credits earned in developmental courses cannot be applied toward graduation.
** Social Science Elective: Any Social or Behavioral Science listed except PHL 105, PHL 120 or PSY 105
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Johnson College Courses
DC Electricity & Instrumentation
Alternating Current /Passive Dev
Digital Electronics I
Digital Electronics II
Semiconductor Princ & Apps I
Semiconductor Princ & Apps II
Communication Electronics I
Communication Electronics II
Programmable Logic Cont.
Applied Electronics Principals & Applications OR Internship OR Co-op Educational Experience