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Purpose: The program prepares students for entry-level, industry-driven jobs based on the Siemens Certified Mechatronic Systems Assistant job profile and certification requirements. The curriculum follows a systems approach with students learning about individual components and system characteristics around an actual mechatronic system. The program will help meet the need for mid-skilled workers in engineering technology jobs related to electrical and mechanical engineering principles as applied in an advanced manufacturing firm.

Admission Requirements: Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the College.

Program Requirements: Students will complete course work based around electrical components, mechanical components, electrical drives, electro pneumatic and hydraulic control circuits, robotics, safety, Information literacy, digital fundamentals and PLCs. The focus around an actual system enables a student to gain a clear understanding of the concepts and principles being covered, resulting In a fuller understanding of how the systems work and relate.

The students completing the program of study will have the opportunity to earn the Siemens Mechatronlc Systems Certification Level l credential and will be award the Career Studies Certificate in Mechatronics.

Course NumberCourse TitleLecture HoursLab HoursCourse Credits
First Semester
SDV 106Preparation for Employment101
ITE 115Introduction to Computer Applications and Systems303
ELE 140Basic Electricity and Machinery324
MEC 140Introduction to Mechatronics223
IND 160Introduction to Robotics212
SAF 127Industrial Safety202
Second Semester
MEC 155Mechanisms122
MEC 165Applied Hydraulics, Pneumatics and Hydrostatics233
MEC 230Mechatronic Process Control223
IND 243Principles and Applications of Mechatronicst223
ETR 286Principles and Applications of Robotics223

Total Credits for Mechatronics CSC   ...  29

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Industry & Manufacturing Path

Degree: Career Studies Certificate
Program Code: 221-736-01
Program Length: 1 Year – 2 Semesters
Minimum Credits: 29

Program Degree Completion Plan 

Program Advisor
Ryan Lewis
Davis Hall Room 208