Our program produces RF engineering technicians that are in high demand, most have accepted employment before completeing their final semster. The feedback I receive from the employers indicates that there are very few schools of this type left in the US.
I'm actualy the program cooordinator. The program is called Robotics and Communications Systems Engineering Technology, It a three year AAS at Idaho State University. We do 3 semesters of electronic component, theory then a full semester of RF theory, a full semster of microprocessor theory, final semster of Video theory and circuit analysis. Each semester has a related math course (2 semesters of Caculus) and a 3 hour per day, 5 days a week lab session.