Mechatronics 1 & 2

With automation and robotics rapidly expanding in fields such as manufacturing and logistics, highly skilled technicians who install and troubleshoot these automated systems are in great demand. Students will learn about the components used in automated systems such as pneumatics, hydraulics, sensors, electrical wiring through a series of modules, then build systems that combine these in projects to automate a process. Students will also work side-by-side with engineering students on large scale projects.

COURSE OVERVIEW: 1ST YEAR
(DOE COURSE: INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE I-5686)
  • Prepares for high demand careers such as mechatronics technician, electro mechanical technician, maintenance technician, and manufacturing engineer
  • Learn to install, troubleshoot, and repair mechatronic systems such as pneumatics, hydraulics, electrical systems, mechanical systems, electric motors, sensors and industrial computers
  • College course work covers automation/mechatronics, mechanical drives, fluid power, and welding
  • Internships and industry sponsored design projects available
COURSE OVERVIEW: 2ND YEAR
(DOE COURSE: INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE II-5688)
  • Advanced application of mechatronic systems
  • Learn to maintain/troubleshoot advanced manufacturing equipment such as CNC machines, robotic arms, and electric drives
  • College course work covers electrical applications, mechatronics, industrial robotics, and manufacturing processes
  • Internships and industry sponsored design projects available
  • Prerequisite: Mechatronics I
    (DOE COURSE: INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE I-5686)
CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared for a 2-year or 4-year post secondary institution in an engineering or engineering technology field, or move into a career/education track position in the advanced manufacturing field

Earn up to 42 college credits/technical certificate
Certifications available
1st year costs = $30
2nd year costs = $30

Mechatronics 1 & 2

With automation and robotics rapidly expanding in fields such as manufacturing and logistics, highly skilled technicians who install and troubleshoot these automated systems are in great demand. Students will learn about the components used in automated systems such as pneumatics, hydraulics, sensors, electrical wiring through a series of modules, then build systems that combine these in projects to automate a process. Students will also work side-by-side with engineering students on large scale projects.

COURSE OVERVIEW: 1ST YEAR
(DOE COURSE: INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE I-5686)
  • Prepares for high demand careers such as mechatronics technician, electro mechanical technician, maintenance technician, and manufacturing engineer
  • Learn to install, troubleshoot, and repair mechatronic systems such as pneumatics, hydraulics, electrical systems, mechanical systems, electric motors, sensors and industrial computers
  • College course work covers automation/mechatronics, mechanical drives, fluid power, and welding
  • Internships and industry sponsored design projects available
COURSE OVERVIEW: 2ND YEAR
(DOE COURSE: INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE II-5688)
  • Advanced application of mechatronic systems
  • Learn to maintain/troubleshoot advanced manufacturing equipment such as CNC machines, robotic arms, and electric drives
  • College course work covers electrical applications, mechatronics, industrial robotics, and manufacturing processes
  • Internships and industry sponsored design projects available
  • Prerequisite: Mechatronics I
    (DOE COURSE: INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE I-5686)
CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared for a 2-year or 4-year post secondary institution in an engineering or engineering technology field, or move into a career/education track position in the advanced manufacturing field

Earn up to 42 college credits/technical certificate
Certifications available
1st year costs = $30
2nd year costs = $30