Electro-Mechanical Technology, an associate degree in applied science, will prepare you to work as a technician or engineer. As a student in the Electro-Mechanical Technology program, you will:
- Develop solid technical knowledge of automation technologies including sensors, controllers, actuators, industrial networks and robotics.
- Design, build, program, maintain, repair automated manufacturing systems and equipment.
- Understand the applications of fluid power, electrical and mechanical technologies, programmable logic controllers and robotics.
- Know the theory and application of electromechanical systems.
- Apply critical thinking.
- Develop extensive use of problem solving and the troubleshooting skills.
- Gain hands-on training culminating in building a capstone project that integrates the broad knowledge of automated systems.
- Use a variety of computer and electronically controlled systems in both manufacturing and facilities environments.
- Learn skills necessary to program, assemble, install, troubleshoot, repair and modify machinery.
Be prepared to work in a challenging environment and compete for a well-paying career.
Students in the Electro-Mechanical Technology program can attend full or part-time.
Electro-Mechanical Technology classes may be offered at these Madison College campuses:
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