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Mechtronics Degree (New) 2015-2016 Catalog

Description:
This degree provides training in a multi-disciplinary field focusing on industrial automation. Topics include electricity, electronics, industrial motor controls, programmable logic controllers, robotics, AC/DC drives, mechanical design, and manufacturing technologies.

Career Opportunities:

This degree prepares the student for the following technical and supervisory career opportunities: industrial mechanical/electrical systems technician, food processing machine service technician, facilities systems technician, waste water systems technician, manufacturing coordinator, field service technician, and mechanical electrical machine systems installer.

Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to:

 

Course List: Required Program

First Semester:
DESGN 100      Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD)   3 Units
ET 302             Principles of Electricity and Electronics                                   4 Units
WELD 300        Introduction to Welding 3

Second Semester:
DESGN 302       Technical Documentation with CADD                                      3 Units
ET 197              Introduction to Mechatronics                                                 4 Units

Following Semesters:
DESGN 310       Graphic Analysis and Documentation                                      3 Units
DESGN 328        Engineering Modeling and Design                                          3 Units
ET 199               Advanced Mechatronics                                                        4 Units
                                                                                            Total Units: 27