Graduates from our programs are in high demand to fill industry positions, particularly in the Robotics and Automation emphases.

"It is comforting to know that my degree is wanted in the 'real world' and that all of the long nights in the lab will pay off."

Bradley Galloway, Electronics Engineering Technology

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Students learning how to integrate PLCs into automated testing systems Pneumatic control for the conveyor system Robots used by students in our robotics course Student working on a process control project Student working on a process control project for open house Student working on a measurement project Student analyzing data from an automated test Students talking about their senior project - the conveyor system Conveyor system used as part of student senior project Inspection camera used on the conveyor system. It uses a student designed LED light to determine the color of cans Microprocessor controller board for the autonomous robot designed by students

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