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Certificate of Technical Studies in Advanced Manufacturing and Mechatronics

Learning Outcomes:

Recipients of a Certificate of Technical Studies in Advanced Manufacturing and Mechatronics will be able to:

  1. Understand the principles of electricity and electronics, and perform basic electrical, mechanical and programmed automation;
  2. Understand the principles of industrial mechanics and mechanical equipment, and perform basic troubleshooting and repair;
  3. Understand the principles of industrial instruments and perform basic operations, troubleshooting and repair;
  4. Demonstrate an understanding of the electro-mechanical industry and the basic tenants of how electronics and mechanics work together in an industrial setting; and
  5. Perform work functions within the regulatory and safety systems established for industry.

Specific Degree Information:

The Certificate of Technical Studies in Advanced Manufacturing and Mechatronics is a 33-semester hour curriculum to prepare students for support service careers in the advanced manufacturing industry. The program is an industry-driven response to the growing manufacturer demands in the area. A plan of study, specifically designed to prepare students with both knowledge and hands-on training experiences, will provide graduates with a mechatronics-based foundation for a successful career.

Students are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor concerning required courses and sequencing for this degree.

Required courses for the Certificate of Technical Studies in Advanced Manufacturing and Mechatronics


First Semester Hours
AMFG 100: Introduction to Manufacturing  3
AMFG 102: Manufacturing Tools and Equipment 3
ISAF 210: Industrial Safety and the OSHA Standard  3
TEED 101: Basic Electricity and Lab 4
MATH 129: Applied Technical Math 3
or MATH 102:   College Algebra 
    16
     
Second Semester Hours
TEED 252: Electric Motor Controls and Lab 4
AMFG 110: Manufacturing Materials and Methods 3
TEED 143: Introductory Computer Drafting 3
TEED 260: Mechatronics Level I 4
    14
     
Third Semester Hours
TEED 153: Hydraulics/Fluid Dynamics with Lab  3
    3
     
Total Credit Hours 33
     
Students must meet prerequisites before taking any given course
Students must meet the general competencies for the academic certificate.

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