The Automation, Robotics and Control specialization trains students to install, operate, maintain and troubleshoot equipment used in manufacturing environments. Core skills are electric circuits, semiconductor devices, and microprocessor controls. Specialization is enhanced through electives. Available electives are electromechanical systems, including PLCs, data acquistion (including NI LabView), industrial robots, and semiconductor manufacturing processes.
Automation, Robotics and Controls Technology Specialization – Associate of Applied Science Degree
Automation, Robotics and Controls Technology Specialization Level 2 – Certificate
Automation and Controls Technology Level I – Certificate
Automation and Controls Technology – Occupational Skills Award