About the Program
Students in Industrial Automation Technology work with industry standard equipment to troubleshoot, maintain and repair mechanical equipment that is controlled by electrical, electronic and computer systems used in a wide variety of applications. Students in this program will spend very little time sitting in lectures. Most classes have required lab sessions where students determine what is wrong with a unit and then repair it and verify that it is operating correctly. If you are interested in sensors and motors and want to know how those things all work together in today’s modern industries, this is the program for you.
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Degrees & Certificates
Associate of Applied Science
Career Pathways Certificate of Completion