06.01.2004 03:27 PM
SBE adds two schools to certified list

The Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) has added two schools to its list of certified higher education institutions that offer quality educational opportunities in the broadcast field.

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, offers a Broadcast Electronics Technology Program and a Telecommunications Technology program. Both lead to two-year degrees. Courses include systems integration, troubleshooting to component level, audio and video systems installation and use and application of broadcast instrumentation.

Upon completion of coursework, students will be eligible for certification as an SBE Certified Broadcast Technologist (CBT) by taking the SBE CBT examination. For more information about Southern Alberta Institute of Technology’s broadcast electronics technology programs, visit www.sait.ab.ca.

Spokane Community College (SCC) in Spokane, WA, has also been added to SBE’s list of certified schools. SCC offers a two-year program. Courses include linear devices, digital microprocessors and computers, basic computer systems, communication fundamentals, advanced computer systems, advanced communications and systems troubleshooting, broadcast communications, digital and data communications and wireless communications.

Upon completion of coursework, students at SCC are also eligible for certification as an SBE Certified Broadcast Technologist by taking the SBE CBT examination. For more information, visit www.scc.spokane.edu.

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