Engineering Technology Department
The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electromechanical Technology prepares individuals for employment in many areas of business and industry. The curriculum is balanced between industrial electricity and industrial mechanics, providing graduates with a multitude of opportunities. Graduates may work as electromechanical technicians, working in areas that include basic electrical troubleshooting and maintenance, mechanical systems design and repair, and state of the art machine automation. They may work as programmers of automated manufacturing cells, programmable logic controller programmers and troubleshooters, or as electromechanical technicians in advanced manufacturing operations.
This certificate is prepares students for positions in the field of maintenance mechanics. Skills covered in this program include mechanical power transmission, hydraulic and pneumatic principles, pumps and piping systems, basic welding and millwright principles.