SECONDARY CTE ELECTRONICS PROGRAM
| ||The annual Electronics Skills Challenge allows high school CTE Electronics students to demonstrate their skills to fellow students and industry representatives that assist in the judging of the contest. |
Technology has changed the ways business operates. With the emphasis in electronics, PC
systems and networking, this program can provide the necessary training to meet
the demands of industry. With
courses such as Electricity I & II, IT essentials I & II, and Computer
Networking I & II, the certificate for the electronics-computer networking
program will lead students into the next millennium. This program will prepare individuals to be knowledgeable
technicians and provide a solid foundation in the electronics and IT
fields. This program will be
articulated into GCC’s Computer Networking associate program and System
Technology certificate program.
Program Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs):
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be
networking skills in the community.
configure, and troubleshoot a router.
between dynamic and static routing protocols, and distance vector and
maintain, and troubleshoot a computer.
AC/DC voltage using a multimeter and oscilloscope.
Career Pathway Opportunities
The GCC Advantage
students who enroll in GCC CTE programs offered at Guam's public high
schools must do so through the GCC Career Counselor assigned to their
respective high school. The Career Counselor can help you decide if
enrollment in the CTE Electronics program is the most appropriate way for
you to fulfill GDOE elective requirements and prepare for college
and/or the workforce. The Career Counselor can also help you draft an
educational plan that may allow you to graduate from high school with
GCC postsecondary program credits, giving you a head start on your
postsecondary associate degree or certificate.
Location: Technology Center (Building 1000)
Hours: 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.