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SkyBayTech at Skyline College

Electronics Technicians are involved in the manufacturing, design, and repair of electronics. In the Bay Area, there are over 10,000 jobs for electronics technicians, with a 21% projected job growth of electronics technicians in the next ten years, with a median salary of $63,200.

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The SkyBayTech Program at Skyline College

The SkyBayTech Program addresses the San Francisco Bay Area’s shortage for more and better prepared electronics technicians through the development of a new engineering electronics technology program leading students through stackable certificates and an associate of science (AS) degree.

Workforce Placement

The SkyBayTech Program features a Workforce Placement Program that connects students to paid part-time positions and summer internships with our industry partners, including: Stanford Linear Accelerator, ABX Engineering, SA Photonics, and other partners.


Graduates from the SkyBayTech program will received specialized training in:

  • Electronics test and measurement
  • Basic electronics fault diagnostics
  • High quality soldering and rework
  • Basic printed circuit board (PCB) design
Student soldering a project

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To see all courses in Electronics Technology offered for the current academic year, view courses in the catalog.

Program Type Total Units
Electronic Assembly and Fabrication CS 12 Units

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Upon completion of the program students will be able to:

  • Select and operate electronic test equipment during troubleshooting and repair operations, with an emphasis on safety in use and accuracy in results.
  • Perform schematic entry, PCB layout, and circuit prototyping to design and manufacture an electronic product from conception to completion.
  • Rework and repair circuit boards with through-hole and SMD parts including SOD, SOIC, SOT23, high pin count microprocessors, and passive components down to 0402 size.
  • Effectively communicate with and advise customers and co-workers, both written and orally, regarding the progress of and decisions made concerning test and repair procedures.
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Summer 2023 Courses  |  Fall 2023 Courses

There are no classes offered during this semester.

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Nick Langhoff
Nick Langhoff (Professor)
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Thomas Brooks McCall
Thomas Brooks McCall (Assistant Professor)
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John Frank
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