Program Overview

  • Location
  • Tuition
  • Program Length
    2 years
  • Learning Environment
  • Financial Aid
    FAFSA Eligible

Program Description

The Electronics Technology program provides students with a comprehensive education in fundamental electronics, computer technology, programming, RF and optical systems, and networking. The curriculum covers a wide range of topics including DC/AC/Semiconductor circuits, digital electronics, lasers, computers, and networks. After completing the program, graduates have the option to start their careers as entry-level technicians or pursue further education in baccalaureate programs related to Electronics or Computer Engineering Technology, expanding their knowledge and career opportunities in the field.

Degrees & Certificates

Associate of Science:
Electronics Technology (62-63 credits) – Tuition: $8,182-$8,253

Certificate of Achievement:
Electronics Technology (24-25 credits) – Tuition: $3,144-$3,275
Network Administration and Security (35 credits) – Tuition: $4,585

Certificate of Competence:
Electronic Technology (6 credits) – Tuition: $786
CISCO I (6 credits) – Tuition: $786
CISCO II (6 credits) – Tuition: $786
Computer Support (10 credits) – Tuition: $1,310
Network Security (17 credits) – Tuition: $2,227
Programming (10 credits) – Tuition: $1,310


The Ka‘ika‘i A‘o Project, in collaboration with Alu Like, Inc., is a year-round college internship program specifically designed for Trades Technology students at Kaua‘i Community College, including those in the Electronics Technology program. It offers valuable career experiences and networking opportunities by providing on-campus and community-based internships with local businesses. The initiative aims to bridge learning gaps, prepare students for their future careers, and particularly focuses on providing Native Hawai‘ian students with internship positions in various Trades Technology-related fields.

Future Careers:
Students who complete the Electronics Technology program have various career opportunities available to them. They can pursue roles as electronics technicians, working in industries such as telecommunications, manufacturing, or aerospace. Additionally, graduates may choose to continue their education and pursue higher-level positions in electronics engineering or related fields, expanding their career prospects even further.

Learn more about Kauaʻi Community College’s Electronics Technology program