A rewarding career awaits you
Change is constant. Change is rapid. In the world of manufacturing technology change brings more complex systems of assembly, control measurement, and material processing of manufactured products. If you’re good at problem solving, like working with automated manufacturing equipment, and you’re looking forward to work that continuously challenges you to keep growing your knowledge and skills—consider an always-evolving career in electro-mechanical technology.
NOTE: To see the order of courses you will take for this program, please view the Program Sheet.
ADMISSIONS TO DO's
Work with Career Coach to:
- Submit Application
- Submit transcripts (high school & other colleges).
- NOTE: Official transcripts required for acceptance of transfer credits; Financial Aid may require.
- Complete the online Student Success Questionnaire.
PROGRAM TO DO's
Work with your Academic Advisor to:
- Schedule a Program Advising Session to plan your first semester schedule, review your entire plan of study, and discuss the results of the Student Success Questionnaire.
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Many program courses are offered online, in an accelerated format or in a blended delivery which means instructors combine online learning with classroom work to limit your time on campus.
Electro-Mechanical Automation Technology
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