Electromechanical Technology

Electromechanical Technology

Associate of Applied Science

Credits Required for Graduation: 69.00

Program Overview

In manufacturing today, a need exists for technicians who are able to work with electrical, electronic, and computer based controls, use computers and software, and understand how control systems integrate with hydraulics, pneumatics and mechanical drive elements to form automated systems. Electromechanical technicians work with:

-automated systems,
-computers and software
-robots,
-computer-controlled machine tools,
-programmable logic controllers,
-fluid power systems,
-motors and motor controls,
-mechanical drives and mechanisms.

The Electromechanical Technology program provides the theory and hands-on training needed to enter this occupation. Graduates are able to seek employment in a wide variety of well-paying industrial settings, where challenges and new learning experiences occur every day.



A one-year technical diploma program with emphasis in Industrial Electronics Maintenance is available as part of a three-year plan for completion of your associate degree in Electromechanical Technology.

Electrical Systems Installation & Maintenance - IEM