Semester hours required for graduation: 40
Advisors: Randy Conklin
This program provides basic technology specific training using a combination of classroom, lab, and shop settings to prepare graduates for entry-level jobs in the mechatronics fields of industrial electricity, mechanical power, fluid power, and automation. The program is designed to meet the needs of those working in the field and those needing specific training for entry-level job skills to prepare them for careers as: Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment Maintenance and Repair Workers, Machinery, Electro-mechanical, or Robotics Technicians, Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers, and Automation Technicians.
A. Major Courses: 34 Credit HoursIET-223 Industrial Safety (3) EEM-107 Industrial Computer Techniques (2) EEM-117 AC/DC Circuits I (4) EEM-140 National Electrical Code (3) EEM-145 Control Circuits (3) EEM-170 Electrical Installation (3) EEM-215 AC/DC Machines (3) EEM-235 Power Systems (3) EEM-271 Sensors and System Interfacing (2) IMT-131 Hydraulics and Pneumatics (4) IMT-161 Mechanical Power Applications (4)
GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT INFORMATIONGainful Employment: Mechatronics Technology
Tuition and book costs reflect the projected cost of the complete program.
Graduation times may vary according to course availability and/or individual course load. Consult faculty advisor.
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