Technology has advanced the manufacturing process to a point where skilled workers are in high demand to both operate and maintain the wide range of machinery used in parts production today. Our courses will train you in mechanics, automation, robotics, electronics, computer programming, hydraulics, pneumatics, and many other skills you will need to have a successful career in this field. You will learn to operate, test, fine-tune, service and repair equipment that is critically important to any manufacturing company.
This program is offered in a cohort format with classes during the day and evening. Review the Mechatronics webpage for additional information and course scheduling options.
|Required Courses||Credit hours|
|MECH 1110||Fundamentals of Mechatronics Systems||3|
|MECH 1030||Introduction to Industrial Electronic Systems||3|
|MECH 1040||Programmable Logic Controllers||3|
|MECH 1050||Industrial Robotics||3|
|MECH 1010||Mechanical Systems||3|
|MECH 1120||Pneumatics and Hydraulics||3|
|MECH 1020||Fundamentals of High Tech Manufacturing||3|
|MECH 1130||Programmable Logic Controllers Advanced||3|
|MECH 1140||Computer Aided Design for Mechatronics||3|
|MECH 1160||Industrial Safety||3|
Students pursuing this area of study will be advised by the Mathematics and Sciences Division, 865-354-3000 x 4533.