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Electromechanical Automation Systems AAS
Electromechanical Automation Systems Diploma
Electromechanical Systems: Electrical Certificate
Electromechanical Systems: Industrial Programming Certificate
Electromechanical Systems: Mechanical Certificate
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- Stimulating environment
Face new challenges every day when maintaining and troubleshooting multi-million dollar machinery
- Growth Potential
Electromechanical Systems technicians can move into the fields of engineering, project management, or work as technical liaison.
Electromechanical technicians are in high demand in a growing number of fields. The median annual wage for electromechanical technicians was $56,740 in May 2017 (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics).
Typically, graduates will work in industry in a variety of different sectors which all have a need for well-trained technicians. Major industry sectors include energy, packaging, medical device manufacturing, and mold injection.
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The manufacturing field is changing as robots and automated systems are increasingly being used in many manufacturing processes. Mechatronics or electromechanical systems technicians who know how to harness their natural curiosity and problem-solving skills in an industrial setting, are highly sought after in this growing industry. If you're excited about using electrical, mechanical, and fluid power to automate a task, you should consider our Electromechanical Systems program.
The Electromechanical Systems Diploma program at Saint Paul College provides hands-on training and the theoretical skills you need to succeed in an industrial environment. Students learn to install, operate and troubleshoot motors, drives and industrial computers in a hands-on setting in our state-of-the-art lab. Through our hybrid courses we cover the theories behind electrical, mechanical, and fluid power so that they can be controlled effectively. Within three semesters, you will be able to graduate and work as a technician within the fields of energy, food process, packaging, and manufacturing.
Program Delivery Methods
Online, traditional in-class and hands-on training in state-of-the-art lab on Saint Paul College campus, St. Paul, MN
Certificate Program Additional Requirements Additional Recommendations
should have an interest and aptitude in applied algebra, trigonometry, drawing
and science. Good eyesight and color vision are important.
program prepares you with the foundational skillset for a successful career in
the electromechanical systems field. You will be able to:
- Design systems that can complete complex tasks in an industrial setting
- Build electrical and hydraulic circuits that have the potential to be automated
- Operate a variety of automated systems that can control everything from an air compressor to stoplights.
- Apply troubleshooting techniques to solve any issue with automated industrial equipment
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