Associate in Applied Science

This program prepares students for entry-level positions as an automated equipment technician who assembles, installs, programs, troubleshoots and maintains robotic and automated equipment. Students have a choice to follow any of three different specialty tracks which will prepare them for the various applications of automation. Each track features a variety of application level classes where the student performs lab-oriented practice for required skills. It is highly recommended that beginning students take at least one technical class during their first semester. See an advisor in the Industrial Technology department for assistance.

This is a high skill program as defined by the Michigan Community College Network.

Students must select one of the concentrations to complete as a program requirement.

Program Concentrations

 

Fluid Power Specialty (FPWR)

Industrial Electronics Specialty (IELC)

Numerical Control Specialty (NCTL)