A+ Personal Computer Support Technician

Electronic Engineering Technology 

Comprehensive, Hands-on, Career-oriented curriculum!  
SOLID education designed by electronic engineering industry leaders!

The Anoka Technical College Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) program offers a 34-credit A+ Personal Computer Support Technician diploma.  Students study electronic engineering technology fundamentals to prepare for the A+ certification exam. 

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 ETEC1101  DC Electrical Theory/Lab
 ETEC1111  AC Electrical Theory/Lab
 ETEC1201  Solid State Electronic Devices
 *ETEC1240  Introduction to Computers for Technical Users
 ETEC1250  Digital I
 ETEC1300  Op-Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits
 ETEC2251  A+ Certification and Computer Troubleshooting

 *ETEC1237, Computer Controlled Systems Integrating LabVIEW (4 credits) may be substituted for ETEC1240.

 General Education/MnTC Requirements
Five (5) general education credits of Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) are required. Student is required to take:
 *MATH1400  Algebra and Trigonometry

 *MATH 1700, Pre-Calculus (5 credits), approved MnTC Goal Area Four, may be substituted for MATH 1400.

*Additional MATH coureses may be needed to prepare for Pre-Calculus.


Program Sequence

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Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students must demonstrate basic competency in Math, English, and Reading. Competency may be demonstrated through achieving minimum cut scores in new student assessments (Accuplacer); through other assessment exemptions; or through successful completion of Basic Math, Basic English, and Reading courses, earning a “C” or higher before receiving a diploma or an associate in applied science degree.

 Also see graduation standards in Anoka Technical College Student Handbook.

NOTE: Program plans are subject to change. Please contact your program advisor for the most current program information.

Transfer Opportunities

The Anoka Technical College A+ Personal Computer Support Technician diploma program has credit transferability to the Electronic Controls Technician emphasis associate in applied science (AAS); Computer Servicing/Networking Technician emphasis associate in applied science (AAS); Special Electronics Technician diploma; Electronic Technician diploma; Computer Servicing/Networking Technician diploma, Special Electronics Technician diploma, and Electric Certificate I, and Electronic Certificate II programs.

For students who wish to continue their education and obtain their four-year degree, the Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) program, has articulation agreements with Minnesota State University (Mankato), Minnesota State University (Moorhead), Bemidji State University, and University of Minnesota Crookston. Students can complete most of these four-year degrees through online courses.

To see how this program transfers to other programs, review the Anoka Tech articulation agreements at Minnesota Transfer. Articulation agreements are transfer agreements with specific programs and partnering schools. These agreements detail how specific courses transfer to a specific program at the partnering school. For a complete list of Anoka Tech’s articulation agreements listed by program please see this Minnesota Transfer link.

This program may also include Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) courses. MnTC courses transfer to meet MnTC general education courses throughout the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system. MnTC courses from Anoka Technical College transfer to any MnSCU institution to meet the same goal areas that are met at Anoka Tech.

Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Records and Registration at all transfer schools for details about the institution’s transfer process and policies.

For more information please visit our Transfer page.


The Special Electronic Technical emphasis is an individualized degree program that requires pre-approval from the electronic engineering department chairperson. See your program advisor for more information.

Wage information is available from the Minnesota Department of Education and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.

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