Electromechanical Technology 61-62 Credit Associate Degree
The Electromechanical Technology Associate Degree program provides the learner with a wide variety of technical skills in electronics, fluid power, mechanical systems, computers and computer-controlled machines. Programmable logic controllers, robotics, motors and drives, servo hydraulic systems and closed loop positioning will be studied. A comprehensive understanding of how these technical skill areas are linked together to create automated systems is developed through a hands-on project course that allows the learner to put together the various technologies into an automated control system.
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Courses for this program may be available at a variety of campus locations through multiple modes of delivery if you meet the admission requirements and prerequisites.
* Campus and online availability of courses and programs may be subject to change.
Graduates will be able to…
- Integrate electrical and mechanical systems and devices
- Communicate technical information
- Repair electrical and mechanical systems
- Troubleshoot electrical and mechanical systems and devices
- Perform work safely
Some of the potential careers graduates can pursue are:
- Electrical Engineering Technician
- Mechanical Engineering Technician
- Electrical and Instrumentation Technician
- Electrical Maintenance Technician
- Electrical Sales
The Electromechanical Technology Associate Degree is a 61-62 Credit program. The following is a typical semester breakdown of the courses within the program.
* College 101 (10-890-165) is not part of the program credit requirements but is a College Requirement for graduation that must be passed with a “C” or better.
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Pathways are a series of connected programs that enable you to advance over time to better jobs and higher levels of education and training. By earning one degree, you could also be completing several courses of a related program in a pathway, bringing you one step closer to an advanced degree.
If you begin with one of the following programs, you will earn significant credit towards this Electromechanical Technology Associate Degree:
- The Industrial Electronics and Maintenance Technician Technical Diploma will provide you with 44% (27 of 61 credits) of the total credits in this Electromechanical Technology Associate Degree
- The Electrical Maintenance Certificate will provide you with 15% (9 of 61 credits) of the total credits in this Electromechanical Technology Associate Degree
You can continue your education to earn a four-year degree in a variety of ways.
The following transfer guides, executed in partnership with post-secondary institutions, are based on agreements that allow you to continue your program at another college.
|School Name||Degree Name|
|Michigan Tech University||Electrical Engineering Technology|
|Minnesota State University - Moorhead||B.S. in Operations Management|
|Northern Michigan University||Electrical Engineering Technology|
|Siena Heights University||Bachelor of Applied Science|
|UW Green Bay||Electrical Engineering Technology|
|UW Oshkosh||BS in Electrical Engineering Technology|
|UW Platteville||Industrial Technology Management|
|UW Stout||Engineering Technology Electrical|
All associate degrees transfer to a variety of programs at other partner colleges to give you the opportunity to continue your education in other areas of study.View all transfer guides
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