Mechatronics Engineering Technology (MH)
(Effective Fall 2013)
- School of Industrial, Computing & Engineering Technologies
- Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)
- Natural gas major
- More Information about Mechatronics Engineering Technology
Mechatronics Engineering Technology offers a multidisciplinary curriculum that provides students with the diverse skill set required to install, calibrate, modify, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain automated systems. Hands-on instruction develops skills in mechanical, electrical, electronic, fluid power, and automated control systems. Graduates are prepared for technical positions in a wide range of industries.
Instrumentation technology/technician, robotics technology/technician, automation engineer technology/technician, electro-mechanical technician, industrial engineering technician, process technician, petroleum technician, industrial maintenance technician, field automation technician, and pipeline/distribution operator.
Recommended High School Subjects
Math, science, programming, all skilled electrical and mechanical vocational programs.
Students with two or more developmental needs will be required to satisfy those needs before proceeding with the technical courses in this major. Minimum-level math required to begin the technical courses is MTH006.
This major is subject to the transfer standards established by the College. Exceptions must be approved by the school dean.
A graduate of this major should be able to:
- demonstrate safe work habits in performance of maintenance tasks.
- write clear, concise, and accurate technical reports.
- use appropriate interpersonal, verbal, and written communications to promote the goals and objectives of a team.
- demonstrate basic electrical/electronic circuit troubleshooting skills.
- demonstrate the ability to perform preventative maintenance on mechatronic systems.
- demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot and repair complex mechatronic systems.
- demonstrate applied science principles to mechanical and electrical systems.
|FYE101||First Year Experience||1|
|SAF110||Occupational Health and Safety||2|
|RET111||Direct Current Essentials||3|
|RET116||Residential Wiring Applications||3|
|RET122||Alternating Current Essentials||3|
|ENL111||English Composition I||3|
|MTH180||College Algebra and Trigonometry I||3|
|ELT238||Basic Electronics for Industry||5|
|CIM227||Material Handling/Fluid Power||3|
|CSC124||Information, Technology, and Society||3|
|EET124||Engineering, Technology, and Society||3|
|MTT104||Manufacturing Processes and Toolmaking Survey||3|
|MTT211||Manufacturing Materials and Processes||3|
|ENL121||English Composition II||3|
|ENL201||Technical and Professional Communication||3|
|FIT||Fitness and Lifetime Sports Elective||1|
|ELT231||Industrial Motor Control||6|
|MET220||Mechanical Power Transmission||4|
|MET230||Mechatronic System Maintenance||4|
|MHE||Directed Technical Mechatronics Engineering Electives||6|
|MHS||Directed Mechatronics Science Elective||4|
|SSE||Social Science Elective||3|
|FOR||Foreign Language Elective||3|
|AAE||Applied Arts Elective||3|
|IFE||International Field Experience Elective||3|