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Applied Technology

Mechatronics

AA/AS CA SC

Do you like figuring out how things work and using your hands, along with your brain? Study robotics and industrial automation. You’ll learn real-world career skills in our industrial-quality labs. Receive the most up-to-date training and start your career in mechatronics.

We can help you find the program that fits your passion and interests.
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Nicki Riley, Success Center Specialist

Degrees and Certificates in Mechatronics

Put Your Mind to It

Following graduation, Mechatronics majors work in many fields, including electronics, mechanical systems, programming, semiconductors, manufacturing or transportation. Find jobs as field service technicians, industrial electricians, fabricators, assemblers, PLC programmers or microcontroller programmers.

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Mechatronics a very broad field involving electronics, mechanical systems and programming... If you like building things, if you like working with your hands, there is a job. We cannot produce enough technicians to meet the demand from even our local employers. Tony Osladil, Mechatronics Instructor

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