Explore Academic Programs - Industrial Control and Robotic Technology


This certificate of completion prepares the student for employment operating, testing, maintaining and calibrating unmanned, automated, servo-mechanical, or electromechanical equipment.  This robotic equipment may also be found aboard submarines, aircraft, and equipment at worksites such as oil rigs, deep ocean exploration, or hazardous waste removal.  May assist engineers in testing and designing robotics equipment.


Careers, Potential Earnings & Market Growth Rates

Electro-Mechanical (E/M) Technician

Potential Earnings: (2015 median) : $25.65 hourly; $53,340 annually

Market Growth Rate: +-1%

 

Electronics Engineering Technologist

Potential Earnings: (2015 median): $29.45 hourly; $61,260 annually

Market Growth Rate: +-1%

Electronics Engineering Technician

Potential Earnings: (2015 median): $29.39 hourly; $61,130 annually

Market Growth Rate: -2%

 

Electrical and Electronics Repairer

Potential Earnings: (2015 median); $26.77 hourly; $55,690 annually

Market Growth Rate: +-1%

 

Degrees and Certificates

We offer a Certificate of completion that can be completed during evening college.

Delivery Mode

Certificate of completion

Industrial Control and Robotic Technology

24 credit hours