What is a Basic Electronics Technician?

Electronics technicians help design, develop, test, install, and repair electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers. Electronics technicians may also work as sales workers or field representatives for manufacturers or wholesalers giving advice on the complex equipment. There are over 280 Electronics Technician job openings in Oklahoma, averaging over $20* per hour. Guess what!?! You can get training for those jobs right here at Tri County Tech!

Program Overview

The Basic Electronics Technician program offers a sequence of courses (270 hours total) which are designed to prepare individuals for employment in various manufacturing environments. This course includes face-to-face instruction and significant amounts of lab and hands-on experiences. While individuals are encouraged to complete the entire sequence of courses (listed below), a course may be taken as an individual stand-alone course with prior instructor approval.

Career Opportunities

Successful graduates from the program may be considered candidates at several esteemed companies in the local area.

  • Basic Electronics Technician
  • Engineering Technician
  • Manufacturing Technician
  • Lab Technician
  • Maintenance Technician


Upon completion of entire sequence, students are eligible to test for the following Electronics Technicians Association (ETA) Certifications:

  • AC Electronics
  • DC Electronics

Sequence of Courses

  • Technical Math

    • 6 hours
    • This is a required prerequisite for all following courses, ensuring students have the mathematical foundation necessary to be successful with future coursework.
    • Students may “test-out” by passing a Technical Math pre-test with 80% or better. Pre-test offered at the main office on a walk-in basis. Call 918.331.3333 for more information.

Dates Days Time Cost Instructor Notes

  • DC Circuit Analysis

    • 45 hours / 7.5 weeks
    • This course provides an introduction to basic electricity, including electrical properties of materials, units, basic electrical laws and theorems, and electrical circuits and components. Students will also be introduced to electronic design software used in troubleshooting circuits.

Dates Days Time Cost Instructor

  • AC Circuit Analysis

    • 45 hours / 7.5 weeks
    • This course provides an introduction to alternating current electricity. Students will study the characteristics of sine wave, including amplitude, frequency, period, and phase relationships. Students will also analyze AC circuits by use of AC network theorems, resonant circuits, and filter circuits. This course will also include basic electric motors and circuit control components.

Dates Days Time Cost Instructor
01/08/18-03/05/18 MW 6:00-9:00pm $299 Mike Eaton

  • Digital Circuits

    • 45 hours / 7.5 weeks
    • This course is a comprehensive study of the principles and techniques of the modern digital system. Topics covered include: number of systems and codes, logic gates and Boolean algebra, combinational logic circuits, flip-flops and related devices, arithmetic circuits, counters and registers, MSI logic circuits, analog conversion, memory devices, and integrated-circuit logic families.

Dates Days Time Cost Instructor
03/26/18-05/14/18 MW 6:00-9:00pm $299 Mike Eaton

  • Advanced Digital Circuits

    • 45 hours / 7.5 weeks
    • This course builds on the previous Digital Circuits course.

Dates Days Time Cost Instructor
08/13/18-10/03/18 MW 6:00-9:00pm $299 Mike Eaton

  • Linear Amplifiers

    • 45 hours / 7.5 weeks
    • This course is a comprehensive study of the principles and techniques of linear and operational amplifiers. Topics include: amplifier concepts and applications, different classes of amplifiers, and breadboarding.

Dates Days Time Cost Instructor
10/22/18-12/17/18 MW 6:00-9:00pm $299 Mike Eaton

Who Can Enroll


How To Enroll

Contact Lauren Walls, Enrollment Specialist, at 918.331.3291 or lauren.walls@tricountytech.edu.

*Indeed job search: full time, entry level, Electronics Technicians in Oklahoma. July 2017
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