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Program Requirements

Grade level: 10, 11, 12

School: Kent

Program Length: Two Years

Credit at Kent:

Level I: IA DC Circuits 1.5 credits (5.0); IB Digital Electronics 1.5 credits (5.0).

Level II: IIA Analog Electronics 1.5 credits; IIB AC Circuits 1.5 credits (5.0).

Program Description

Career opportunities are abundant and increasing in the lucrative fields of electronics, robotics and programming. This two-year program provides students with hands-on experiences to open up opportunities to continue their studies in post-secondary education, enhance their skills in the military or directly enter the work force. Employer-valued industry certifications are offered.

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Areas of Concentration

  • Renewable Energy

  • Aviation

  • Telecommunications

  • Information Technology

  • Medical Technology

Skills Necessary for Success

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Ability to follow directions and assume responsibility

  • Written and verbal communication skills

  • Disciplined self-starter

  • Creative problem-solver

  • Logical thinker who pays attention to detail

  • Aptitude for precision work

  • Manual dexterity

  • Patience to follow through on tasks

Professional Pathway

  • Computer laboratory technician

  • Development instrumentation technician

  • Electronic communication technician

  • Nuclear reactor electronics technician

  • Systems testing laboratory technician

  • Electronics manufacturing and production technician

  • Electronic equipment installer

  • Cable television installer

  • Computer installer/technician

Higher Educational Opportunities

  • College credits available

  • Associate’s degree

  • Bachelor’s degree

Helpful Background

  • Using specialized tools and equipment

  • Hands on applications of scientific principles

  • Computer technology

  • Electricity and circuitry


  • Excellent attendance record

  • Minimum 2.5 GPA

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