Industrial Electrical Technician (formerly Mechatronics)
Program Description: The study of Industrial Electrical Technology is a response to industry's increasing demand for technicians who are able to work across variety of electrical and mechanical systems found in the manufacturing and food processing industry. Highly trained Industrial Electrical Technicians must have the training to diagnose and repair these integrated systems. All around us, we can find industrial automation products, such as robotic manipulators, aircraft simulators, electronic traction control systems, adaptive suspensions, and automated manufacturing systems. Trained employees are needed to operate these systems both locally and regionally. Our program trains students to understand and operate the mechanized systems that are such a vital part of the economy in the Central Valley and beyond. Credit Value: 31 units. Certification granted: A Certificate of Achievement can be earned by the successful completion of the required courses.
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Updated on 07/08/2015