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Associate in Technology (Electronic / Instrumentation Technologies)
In today’s high-tech world, electronic instrumentation technicians enjoy good job opportunities and good incomes. With Excelsior College’s online Associate in Science in Technology (Electronic / Instrumentation Technologies focus), you can get the job-ready skills you need to join this dynamic part of the work force.
And you can do it more quickly, conveniently, and affordably at Excelsior than at almost any other college.
Excelsior’s online associate technology degree is designed to meet the needs of working adults who have tight schedules and limited budgets. You’ll take all your technology classes online, at times and places that are convenient for you. At Excelsior, you also will:
- Save money on your associate technology degree, thanks to Excelsior’s low tuition and student fees.
- Graduate as quickly as possible, thanks to liberal credit-transfer policies that reduce the number of courses you need to take.
- Earn academic credit for some forms of military education or job training. Excelsior’s AAS in Technical Studies with focus in Electronic / Instrumentation Technologies is designed to maximize military credits.
Excelsior has been helping working adults achieve their educational and career goals since 1971. Our distance learning model and student-friendly policies can help you earn a marketable associate technology degree and increase your job prospects and earning potential.
Save Time and Money on an Associate Technology Degree
Our online technology classes meet the highest academic standards and incorporate the latest professional practices and theories. You’ll work with highly qualified instructors who have years of experience in the classroom and in the electronics instrumentation industry.
Students in the electronics / instrumentation focus area gain special