• Electronics / Engineering Technology

    Engineering impacts nearly all aspects of our lives.  Electronics is the largest sector of the advanced manufacturing market worldwide.  The Electronics/Engineering Program prepares students to enter the diverse and lucrative industry as a technician or engineer by applying scientific principals of electronic devices, mechanics, machines, and circuits leading to practical consumer, computer, data/telecommunications, robotics/mechatronics outcomes.  Students learn best when their work closely resembles real-life situations; and therefore, will thrive in our authentic occupational setting utilizing modern workspace, tools, instruments, equipment, materials, techniques and processes.  Students attain the competitive skills to enter this dynamic job market and are also well prepared to pursue post-secondary education at technical schools, colleges and/or universities.   

    Electronics Devices, Circuitry & Systems
    Mechanical Principles and Systems
    Electronics Equipment Design, Assembly, Testing and Troubleshooting
    Engineering Design Process and Manufacturing Cycle
    Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
    CADD Rapid Prototyping
    Physical Computing
    Printed Circuit Board and Printed Circuit Board Assembly Fabrication
    Computer Integrated Manufacturing

    Manufacturing Assemblers
    Electronics Technologist
    Project Manager
    Production Technician
    Certified Production Technician (CPT)
    Quality Inspectors
    Technical Sales Manager
    Audio/Video Specialist
    Mobile Electronics Installer
    Mechanical Engineer
    Research Laboratory Technician
    Operations Engineer


    The Robotics Club designs, builds, programs and tests robots that compete in VEX EDR robotics competitions.

    OSHA General Industry Safety credential, Co-operative Education Agreements, Certified Electronics Technician (CET) credential, Certified Production Technician (CPT) credential

    Articulation agreements exist with Massachusetts Community Colleges and universities such as New England Institute of Technology.