Mechatronics, Robotics, and Automation

Program Overview

CIP Code: 15.0403

The Mechatronics, Robotics, and Automation program prepares individuals for the fast-paced world of integrated technology. Students will learn key technical skills in industrial electricity, hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical drive systems, electronics, logic control, robotics, and coding. Students will learn the basics of system design, testing, and implementation of industrial automation, robotics, and logic control. Instruction will also include ...multiple collaborative projects incorporating numerous demonstrated skills and various leadership roles. Students in this course may choose to continue onto higher education in mechatronics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, process control, or automation / robotics. Students completing this course may also choose to enter the work force in numerous roles including automation technician, industrial maintenance technician, process technician, or integration and automation technician.

Mechatronics instructor working
Tyler Snyder

Tyler Snyder


Enrollment Process

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Instructor Biography

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OSHA 10 Hour Safety
Ladder/Fall Safety
JLG Elevated Work Platform
JLG Tele-handler

Employer Partners

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Possible Careers

You’ll be able to land an entry-level job wherever there is automation. Those kinds of jobs include robot installation and maintenance, automation equipment installation, ...troubleshooting and maintenance and PLC programming. You’ll know how to install, maintain and repair the mechanical, controls, fluid power systems, electrical and electronic equipment found in a bunch of different of fields. Plus, your mechatronics training will equip you to make sure HVAC, mechanical, electrical and computer driven systems run.

Required Items

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Dual Enrollment Opportunities

Penn College Dual Enrollment:
EET114: Introduction to Digital Electronics - 3 credits
EET115: Digital Circuits Applications - 1 credits
EET116: Electronic Circuits and Devices I - 5 credits
EET124: Engineering, Technology, and Society - 3 credits

Career & Technical Student Organization

Advanced Manufacturing Club


Level 1 & 2 students 9:20-11:40, Level 2 & 3 Students 12:40-2:50

Task Grid

Post-Secondary Opportunities

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