Robotics (221-733-03)

Award: Certificate in Career Studies
Option: Robotics
Length: 28 credits
Lead Faculty/Program Head: Keisha Nichols

Purpose: This program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to acquire the skills of programming, problem solving & troubleshooting, tuning & adjustment, and maintenance & repair used in various robotics technology fields. Instruction focuses on developing knowledge of theory and a hands-on approach to learning. This program is committed to preparing students to be successful in the workplace as leaders and members of a technical team.

Occupational Objectives

To prepare students to become Robot Operators, Robot Service Technicians, and/or Robot Product Consultants in the fields of electronics, mechanics, software tech, math, physics, and medicine.

Admission Requirements

Students must meet the general admissions requirements established by the College.

Course Schedule

Sample Schedule

FALL
COURSE
IND 195 Intro to Automation 2
ELE 150 AC/DC Fundamentals 3
ENG 131 Technical Report Writing 3
MTH 115 Technical Math 3
MEC 140 Intro to Mechatronics 3
Total 14
SPRING
ELE 239 Programmable Logic Controls 3
ETR 286 Princ. & Application of Robotics 3
IND 165 Princ. of Industrial Technology I 4
IND 166 Princ. of Industrial Technology II 4
Total 14
Program Total 28