The degree covers four interconnected disciplines: mechanics, electrical/electronics, motor control systems and computer science/information technology. All four drive the design, operation and maintenance of modern complex machinery.

You will receive hands-on learning that focuses on developing technical skills needed to support installation, maintenance, repair, calibration and troubleshooting of control circuitry and machine-to-machine networks. Some graduates also choose to continue their education to a four-year college or university for a bachelor's degree.

The program is one of only a few across the region that offers this training.

This program is offered through the Applied Technologies Department.

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NOTE: Additional educational requirements and/or certifications may be needed for some careers.

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The Center for Careers and Transfer provides career resources and services and help in identifying your skills and interests and how they connect to career possibilities. Transfer counseling services are also available and a list of transfer agreements are posted.

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Technical Standards have been developed to establish the essential skills that a student must possess to be able to fully participate and complete the required tasks and assignments in the following programs: Clean Energy Management, A.A.S.; Electrical Construction and Maintenance, A.O.S.; Heating/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technical Services, A.O.S.; Mechatronics, A.A.S.; and Overhead Electric Line Worker, Certificate.

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Department or program information:

Christopher McNally, Ph.D.
Applied Technologies Department Chairperson
Williams Hall, Room 126

Program admission information:

Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Room 223