Belmont College

Industrial Electronics (IET)

View the required classes for the Industrial Electronics degree program.

Transfer Articulations and Cooperative Agreements

NGT 1100 – Introduction to Oil & Gas and MIN 1100 – Introduction to Coal Mining offered through the Workforce Development Department is an elective for the Industrial Electronics program

Manufacturers of almost every product depend on complex electrical and electronic equipment for a variety of functions, and field technicians with an Industrial Electronics degree and training can get the job done!  These field technicians have a wealth of responsibilities, depending on the job site:

  • Traveling to factories and businesses to install, maintain, and repair customer equipment
  • Working in repair shops located in service centers and factories
  • Using diagnostic tools, such as multimeters that measure voltage, current, resistance, capacitance, inductance, and gain
  • Using signal generators and oscilloscopes to calibrate, maintain, and repair equipment
  • Using PLCs, industrial instrumentation, DC and AC machinery, and power distribution in the automatic control of industrial processes

Geared up with skills in science, mathematics, and the practical application of electrical and electronic principles used in industry, the 2-year IET program graduate will be ready to test-drive his or her skills and install, operate, maintain, or sell - as a technician - in a variety of business and industry settings including:

  • Factories
  • Mines
  • Utility Companies
  • Mills

If you have the drive and determination to excel in this high-tech, hard-hitting engineering environment 2-year degree in Industrial Electronics will get you there!

Program Outcomes:

  1. Demonstrate understanding of the theory and operation of basic industrial systems.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to read and understand blueprints and schematic diagrams.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to install and connect components and circuits used in basic industrial systems.
  4. Demonstrate the ability to analyze, test, troubleshoot, and repair components and circuits used in basic industrial systems.

Business Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00a.m. - 4:30p.m.

Class Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00a.m. - 10:00p.m.
Saturday - Sunday

Contact Information

Belmont College
Main: 740.695.9500
Harrison County Center: 740.942.2222
Monroe County Center: 740.472.5468

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