Good starting salaries combined with interesting and varied work make the LTC Electro-Mechanical program appealing. It is the superior placement rates that make it unique.
Jenny Beltran, Admissions Specialist
Electro-Mechanical Technician Program
Associate Degree • 4 terms • 69 credits
Discover your career passion at LTC.
Does the idea of operating unmanned submarines, aircraft, or other equipment at worksites such as oil rigs, deep ocean exploration, or hazardous waste removal interest you? Are you up for a challenge? Are you mechanically inclined, comfortable with computers, and have good math skills? Answering “yes” could mean a rewarding career awaits you in the Electro-Mechanical field. Start your future by signing up today!
Come to LTC and let us help you cultivate and share your passion for an electro-mechanical career.
Your career potential is endless with the LTC Electro-Mechanical program. Whether you jump right into your career or build on your LTC credits to earn additional degrees, this program will prepare you to:
- Understand electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic components and systems.
- Install, test, service, and repair electromechanical equipment.
- Perform complex inspection or assembly work.
- Provide technical assistance to engineers.
- Troubleshoot and maintain PLC systems.
- Troubleshoot and maintain control systems.
- Troubleshoot and maintain operator interface.
Your career payoff starts with your LTC degree and a potential annual starting salary of $43,000.
But, there's more. Employers hire our grads, promote them, and tell us they would recommend them to other employers. So what jobs did our recent graduates land?
Some of them include:
- Electro-Mechanical Technician
- Plant Manufacturing Technician
- Engineering Technician
- Maintenance Technician
And they're working for organizations like:
- JL French
- Manitowoc Health and Rehab
- Sargento Foods
- Masters Gallery Foods
- Land O' Lakes