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School of Business & Technology
Mechatronics (Basic Manufacturing)

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About This Program

Mechatronics is a new and rapidly growing field that integrates electronics, mechanics, pneumatics, hydraulics, and computer control systems to create new and improved automated manufacturing production systems. The certificate of proficiency introduces the student to basic concepts in electronics, hydraulics and pneumatics. The certificate of proficiency is a great way to see if mechatronics is the career for you!

Still in high school? Mechatronics (Basic Manufacturing) is one of the programs offered through the ASUMH Secondary Center. That means you can start taking classes before graduating from high school. Contact your counselor or ASUMH for more information!

Contact Info

Paul Swanson
870-508-6151
pswanson@asumh.edu

Skills Learned

Electrical device troubleshooting
PLC applications
Basic hydraulic and pneumatic circuits

Job Opportunities In

Maintenance Worker
$98
Tuition Per Credit Hour
16 Weeks
Program Duration
12
Credit Hours
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Classes You'll Take

AC/DC Electronics
Hydraulics/Pneumatics
Programmable Logic Controllers
DEGREE CHECKLIST
Transferable Degrees & Stackable Credentials
Transferrable degrees are programs of study that allow students to complete general education courses. Many students who intend to transfer to another college/university complete these degree programs.
Stackable Credentials are Technical Certificates that might be “stacked” to meet requirements for a higher-level certificate or degree program like an associate's degree.

Transferable Degrees

Stackable Credentials

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