Recently I just found that only 30 students are completing an Electrical concentration in Engineering Systems Technology AS program at my community college. I also found out that a lot of engineering facilities retired, requiring the program to rebuild supports. In the part of this dilemma, several courses I've taken had a discrepancy between the course descriptions and student learning outcomes (SLO). I want to pursue electronics technician/control automation technician positions after graduating, but I'm afraid that I'm not receiving a strong enough foundation education or that this degree is very limited. Any advice regarding other AS degrees that are more suitable for electronic technicians or should I strongly consider a tech school like New England Tech?