The Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology Associate Degree program prepares you with the vital skills needed in today’s growing but competitive manufacturing environment.
Computer-driven control systems and mechanisms are at the core of the revolution in automated manufacturing, and this program emphasizes hands-on experience and training in programming, design, updating, services and operation of automated equipment and robotics systems.
Gain Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) certifications — Earn MSSC certification for each module by successfully passing the module test.
Earn a Certified Production Technician (CPT) certificate — Successfully pass all four modules and tests to earn the nationally recognized Certified Production Technician (CPT) certificate.
Build experience with FANUC Robotics — Successful completion of each Robotics Training course earns you a FANUC Robotics and industry recognized certificate of completion.
Learn hands-on in the new Madison College Ingenuity Center — With interactive classrooms and labs that mirror real-world manufacturing systems, gain experience in the entire manufacturing process.
What you’ll learn:
- PLCs for Industrial Automation
- Industrial Equipment Mechanisms
- Robotics for Industrial Automatio
- Robot Operations
- Computer-assisted Design
- Integration of Mechanisms and Controls
- AND much more, including business-related curriculum for those looking to advance within the field.
Prepare for careers:
- Automation Technician
- Robotics Technician
- Robotic Programmer
- Electro-Mechanical Tech
- Field Service Technician
- Automated Manufacturing Systems Analyst
- Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technician
For more information, contact the School of Applied Science, Engineering and Technology or instructors Peter Dettmer and Rick Jacobs.
Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology
Associate Degree program
School of Applied Science, Engineering and Technology
(800) 322-6282 Ext. 6800 or (608) 246-6800