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Broadband Technologies

32-451-1 Technical Diploma (two-year)
Campus: Rice Lake

Interact. Diagnose. Troubleshoot.

The Broadband Technologies program prepares students for occupations in four distinct areas of the telecommunications industry--telephony, cable television, computer information systems, and wireless communications. Students will become knowledgeable in all four merging technologies. They will be trained on the installation and maintenance of business and residential electronic equipment; on coaxial, twisted pair, and fiber optic cable systems; and on wireless technologies. Students will develop hands-on skills, computer skills, and also interpersonal relations skills. Specific areas of interest can be selected according to the student's career choice.

Special Features

This program is unique in the state.

WITC is an ETA-I (Electronics Technicians Association, International) approved training provider for the following certifications:

A Broadband Technician one-year technical diploma program is available as an option within the Broadband Technologies program.

Admission Requirements

Students in this program must:

Skilled. Precise. Adaptable.

Students should strive to reach a comfort level in the following courses or skills:

Student Profile

Broadband Technologies students should be able to:

Program Outcomes

Employers will expect the Broadband Technologies graduate to be able to:

Program Costs

The estimated total program cost for the two-year Broadband Technologies program is approximately $9,750. This program is eligible for financial aid. View more information on program and costs.