Electronic / Instrumentation Technologies
Online Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited Leader in Distance Learning
Advanced electronics play an ever-growing role in business, communications, and education. Employees with electronics expertise are in demand almost everywhere.
Excelsior College offers a quick, convenient way to enter this niche in the job market: the online Bachelor of Science in Technology (Electronic / Instrumentation Technologies).
Designed for working adults with busy lives, Excelsior's technology degree program gives you the flexibility you need to balance school with work and family commitments. In addition to online technology classes that you can take whenever your schedule allows, Excelsior offers benefits such as:
- Liberal transfer policies that ensure you get maximum credit for previous work at accredited colleges.
- Academic credit for military classes and programs, professional training, and other approved types of nontraditional education.
- Budget-friendly tuition and low student fees. (Visit the fees and tuition page to see how much you'll save.)
- Exceptional academic support from our award-winning advising team.
A national leader in adult education and distance learning since 1971, Excelsior has helped many students like you earn career-building technology degrees.
A Technology Degree That Gives You an Edge in the Electronics Job Market
Excelsior's online electronics classes emphasize practical skills that translate directly to the workplace. We develop our electronics classes with input from industry experts, and all materials are revised periodically to incorporate the most current trends and best practices in electronics.
You'll study with highly accomplished faculty who bring years of experience to their teaching. By choosing the electronics concentration, you'll cultivate specialized knowledge in subjects such as:
- AC, DC, and digital circuits
- Optical electronics
- Power systems
- Programmable controllers
- Computer programming
Excelsior College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. (Learn more about the MSCHE accreditation programs and specialized accreditations on our accreditation page.)