Robotics Technology

Robotics and automated systems technologies are infiltrating many fields of industry in orderRobotics to improve productivity. The top five U. S. industries using robotics are health care, agriculture, food preparation, manufacturing and the military. The use of emerging technology in this field will continue to grow from industry to industry, creating the need for employees who can program, test and maintain robotic equipment.

Students of the Robotics Technology Certificate of Completion program will gain knowledge of the technical skills related to robotics, electronics, and controls.  The Associate of Applied Science degree in Robotics Technology prepares students to work with a variety of automated electro-mechanical, product assembly, process control and product distribution systems that use programmable controls and other methodologies to accomplish system management.  Industry certificates will be available to students as well.

Programs of Study

Degrees & Certificates Delivery Mode
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Robotics Technology (AAS)
60 credit hours
  Central Campus Day
Robotics Technology CC)
18 credit hours
  Central Campus Day
Course Descriptions




Technology Center/ Mayborn Science Theater (Bldg. 267) | Room 223 | 254-526-1494 | Program Director: Sam Jackson