The Electromechanical Technology program prepares students for careers in the fields of electricity and electronics which require technicians capable of dealing with the challenge of rapid changes in technology. Emphasis is placed on providing a solid theoretical background in electricity and electronics, balanced with industrial control technologies.
Upon graduation, students qualify for entry level positions as: electromechanical technicians, electrical/electronic technicians, electricians, engineering assistants, instrument technicians, maintenance technicians, robotic technicians, and computer technicians. The work is widely diverse from maintenance of equipment and systems in the industrial environment to programming intelligent controllers, and electrical installations.
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