In my opinion, there is much less need for this sort of formal education. There are certifications for electronics techs and I haven't seen any that require graduation from a program. You can learn most of what you need to learn on YouTube for free rather than shelling out money for a diploma. Learn the stuff, get the certification (if you want to get a job doing it) and carry on smartly. Otherwise, just enjoy the knowledge. I also enjoy electronics and have wanted to learn to fix them for a while. I've been following a guy on YouTube who refurbs broken game systems step by step. I've followed along. I got one broken Nintendo Switch to work. Very proud. I'm positive I can learn more from videos like that than Penn Foster's classic, but often outdated, black and white books.