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PROFESSOR CHESTER L. RANKIN
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Electronic Technology is a re-
latively new form of education
which came about with the discov-
ery of such systems as radar, tele-
'I vision, certain areas of X-ray,
and bio-medical laboratory and
patient surveilance equipment.
Originally, many of these
topics were included under the
broad term "electrical" and were
considered options of the electri-
cal power area.
As t.he use of electronics ex-
panded in other areas, it became
more evident to people within the
field that more time should be al-
located to the study of devices
and systems applications as a ma-
jor field of study rather than an
As the use of electronics expanded in other areas, it became more
evident to people within the field that more time should be allocated to
the study of devices and systems applications as a major field of study
rather than an option.
Elecuronics at Kansas Technical Institute is probably best described
as a basic curriculum that will allow the
graduate the widest versatility so that he
may be employed in industry and work
with engineers and other technicians to de-
velop special areas. The graduate might
be employed as an aide to an engineer de-
signing such things as television sets, two-
way radios, or perhaps electronic test
equipment. He would not be employed to
repair such equipment.
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