Electronic & Computer Technology | ECT

1Gain the critical skills needed to compete and thrive in the technologically driven world of today. The curriculum includes computer technology (software and hardware); computer networking technologies (wired and wireless); electronics; and PLC Programming. Students will be fully prepared for the CompTIA A+ Certification exams by the end of the senior year.  Career Options
  • Desktop Support Specialist
  • Network Administrator
  • Structured Cabling Technician
  • Telecommunication Technician/Engineer
  • Computer/Electronic Engineer
  • Electronic/Industrial Controls Engineer
  • Electronics Technician

Program Specifics

The Electronic & Computer Technology program is geared for the student who enjoys the challenge of solving complex problems while working with technology. The requirements of building and maintaining the electronic systems that so many businesses rely on are becoming increasingly complex. Students in this program need to have a desire to maximize their existing knowledge of PC’s, software, technology, and electronics through our hands-on curriculum. (Minimum 2.5 GPA required.) 

Opportunities In the Senior Year

College Articulation


Advanced Job Placement

Early Placement



Ohio Department of Education
 (CT2 Initiative)-

any State institution, majoring in InformationTechnology, Networking; CISCO.
Central Ohio Technical College-
semester hours vary for those majoring in Computer Programming; Electronic Engineering
Columbus State Community College-
semester hours vary for those majoring in Graphic Communications Technology; Multimedia Production Technology; Computer Information Technology.