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Mechatronics Certificate
Course Schedule
Course Schedule
  1. One-year program featuring 30 college credit-hours.
  2. Ten courses total, each course is worth 3 college credit-hours.
  3. 12 to 16 hours of class and lab work per week in both the Spring and Fall Semesters.
  4. 6 to 8 hours of class and lab work per week in the Summer Semester.
  5. 600 hours of training, including lecture and lab work
Spring Semester Credit Hours
Fundamentals of High-Tech Manufacturing 3
Introduction to Industrial Electronic Systems 3
Computer Aided Design for Mechatronics 3
Mechanical Systems 3
Total 12
   
Summer Semester  
Pneumatics and Hydraulics 3
Industrial Safety 3
Total 6
   
Fall Semester  
Programmable Logic Controllers (first 8 weeks)                   3
Industrial Robotics (first 8 weeks) 3
Fundamentals of Mechatronics Systems (second 8 weeks) 3
Programmable Logic Controllers Advanced (second 8 weeks) 3
Total 12

The first group of students, which will start in the Spring Semester on January 21, will feature an evening schedule of classes.

Course Title Time Days Room Credits Instructor
MECH 120 Introduction to Industrial Electronic Systems 5:00 PM - 6:50 PM MW TBD 3 Kress, Reid
MECH 160 Mechanical Systems 7:00 PM - 8:50 PM MW TBD 3 Kress, Reid
MECH 180 Computer Aided Design for Mechatronics 5:00 PM - 6:50 PM TR TBD 3 Rudolph, Johnnie
MECH 110 Fundamentals of High-Tech Manufacturing Online Course     3 Galatioto, Sarah

 

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