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Electro-Mechanical Automation Technology Career Pathway

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Career Pathway

Step 1

Begin at any point
in the pathway.

I am a High School Student

Did you know you can take LTC coursework while in high school? Learn more about dual credit options and what may be available at your local high school.

I need my GED/High School Diploma

Did you know LTC offers the Certificate of General Education Development (GED) and the High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED) testing services? We even have classes available to help you prepare for the exams. Learn more about obtaining a GED or HSED.

I have my High School Diploma

If you already have your High School Diploma you are ready to apply for a pathway at LTC, start your application now.

I have prior College Education and/or Work Experience

With LTC's Credit for Prior Learning opportunities you can save time and money toward your degree by earning credit for your prior learning experiences. Whether you've taken dual-credit courses in high school, at another college, or have on-the-job experience that's relevant to your LTC program, you may be eligible for college credit. Learn more about LTC's Credit for Prior Learning.

Step 2

Build on your education.

Reach your goals & earn meaningful
credentials along the way.

Intro To Electro-Mechanical Technology Certificate

Career Options:

  • Maintenance Helper
  • Mechanic Helper
  • Electrician Helper

Potential Median Annual Salary:

  • $**

** SOC Code not accessible at time of EMSI salary retrieval

Learn more about this 9-credit Certificate

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Electro-Mechanical Automation Technology Associate Degree

Career Options:

  • Electro-Mechanical Technician

Potential Median Annual Salary:

  • $55,182

Learn more about this 67-credit Associate Degree

Step 3

Expand your goals.

Interested in starting another pathway? Learn more
Interested in earning a Bachelor’s Degree? Learn more

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