Electrical Technology

White is the New Black

A degree from Fulton-Montgomery Community College will let you dress for success (bunny suit provided) while starting a rewarding career in one of today’s hottest job markets, semiconductor manufacturing.Kyle Bonfey works in a Fulton-Montgomery Community College clean room sporting the protective white "bunny suit."

FM has robust transfer agreements and dual-admission programs with four-year colleges if you choose to continue to a bachelor’s degree, while saving up to $90,000 over the first two years with our low tuition and generous financial aid packages. The complete Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies (A.A.) degree program is also available online.

FM not only has some of the lowest tuition rates available in state, it also has a state-of-the-art clean room –  one of the best demonstration facilities north of New York City. Real-world train-on-the-job programs help you get your foot in the door with the companies you plan to work for.

Recently, the federal government provided nearly a million dollars for enhancements to FM’s electronic and robotics labs, providing top notch facilities for students preparing for careers in nanotechnology and the semiconductor industry.

FM electrical technology graduates are job-ready to land positions at one of the many high-tech industries taking root in Tech Valley.

What to do next

Contact FM admissions to see what program would fit your goals: (518) 736-FMCC (3622) ext. 8301 or e-mail us at geninfo@fmcc.suny.edu

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What to study for your career in:

  • Semiconductor Manufacturing — Automation Systems/Mechatronics (Certificate)
  • Chemical Engineering  – Liberal Arts and Sciences: Science (A.S.)
  • Electrical Engineering – Liberal Arts and Sciences: Science (A.S.)
  • Electrical Technology  – Electrical Technology (A.A.S.)
  • Electronics Technology – Electrical Technology (A.A.S.)
  • Manufacturing Technician – Electrical Technology (A.A.S.)
  • Process Technician – Liberal Arts and Sciences: Science (A.S.)
  • Facility Support Technician – Liberal Arts and Sciences: Science (A.S.)
  • Quality Control and Metrology Technician – Liberal Arts and Sciences: Science (A.S.)
  • Chemistry  – Liberal Arts and Sciences: Science (A.S.)

The complete Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies (A.A.) degree program is also available online.