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Mechatronics - Associate of Applied Science
Associate of Applied Science
Industrial Manufacturing Technology
When graduates of the Mechatronics program enter
industry, they bring with them the wide range of skills that local and regional employers are seeking.
They have experience with electricity and electronics, pneumatics and hydraulics, sensors and motors, and tool usage. Graduates will be versed in welding, machining,
and other manufacturing processes, as well as troubleshooting as it relates to industrial equipment.
The degree includes health and safety instruction and an internship where students develop skills while applying their maintenance knowledge.
This breadth of knowledge and experience will prepare Mechatronics graduates for entry level employment at any facility that requires general maintenance and repair. This would include, but is not limited to, Manufacturing, Value Added Agriculture, or any business with automation.
Industrial Manufacturing Technology Contacts:
Scott Anderson, dean of Business and Technology
Steve Gellings, faculty member
Aaron Sargent, faculty member