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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.

1st Fall     Term TakenGrade
MECH 1100 Electrical Components 3   
MECH 1200 Mechanical Components and Electric Motors 3   
MECH 1400 Computer Integrated Manufacturing (Recommended) OR     
CMAT 1110 Practical Injection Molding (Recommended) OR Technical Electives1 6   
    TERM TOTAL 12   
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  Oct Meet with Faculty Advisor     
  Nov Register for next term     
1st Spring       
MECH 1300 (Electro) -Pneumatics and Hydraulic Control Circuits 3   
MECH 1500 1340 Digital Fundamentals & PLC's and Programmable Logic Controllers 3   
MECH 1050 Industrial Robotics  (Recommended) OR     
MECH 2400 2320 Motor Controls (Recommended)  OR Technical Electives1 7   
    TERM TOTAL 13   
Action Items       
  Jan Meet with Faculty Advisor
Complete Application for Graduation
  Apr Begin job search using RaiderRecruit      
  May Register for Siemens Level 1 Mechatronics Assistant Certification Exam     
1Technical Electives - Selected from:     
CMAT 2100 Intro to Injection Molding (3 cr.)     
MECH 1050 Industrial Robotics (3 cr.)     
MECH 1140 CAD for Mechatronics (3 cr.)     
MECH 1150 Autonomous Robotics (3 cr.)     
MECH 1160 Industrial Safety (3 cr.)     
MECH 1400 Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3 cr.)     
MECH 1600 Programming with LabView (3 cr.)     
MECH 1950 Internship in Mechatronics (1-6 cr.)     

Students pursuing this area of study will be advised by the Mathematics and Sciences Division, 865-354-3000 x 4533.