This course introduces the synergistic integration and application of mechanical, electrical, electronic, robotic, and computer engineering technologies, including DC/AC Circuitry, Motors & Controls, Hydraulics & Pneumatics, and Mechanisms, that are found within production and manufacturing environments striving to improve and/or optimize efficiency, productivity, and quality. This course also includes Industrial Safety, Blueprint Reading, Welding and OSHA 10 General Industry Certification. Upon completion, students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the function of the components of a mechatronic system, their controlling interactions, problem solving, and the overall operation of the mechatronic control system and be positioned for an entry level position in industrial maintenance.
Minimum Number of Students: 6
Contact Info: Jessica Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-249-8186 ext. 6334