The Mechatronics program supplies local industries with maintenance technicians, who can install, service, repair and maintain a variety of industrial automation equipment. The program is designed to prepare those who may have experience or training in a related field of study, and want to enhance their knowledge base in preparation for a mechatronics career.
Students will gain understanding of the technology utilized in modern distribution and processing industries. Hands-on laboratories, in areas such as electricity and electronics, mechanics, fluid power, motor controls, and quality controls will ensure that students are prepared for the job on day one. Computer Aided Design and Networking are included. Internships are available. The AAS program also includes advanced courses in mechanics, fluid power, programmable logic controllers and flexible manufacturing systems.