Manufacturing Technology – Mechatronics

Be a Leader in Robotics and Electronics Manufacturing

Robotic and electronic systems have a large impact on society today, and will hold even greater power tomorrow. Get ready to step into the future at MWCC, where you will be trained to program, control, and repair robots and other electronic systems. Influence the future through your cutting edge skills in mechatronics with a certificate in Manufacturing Technology from MWCC.

When you work in the mechatronics field, you work with a combination of electrical and mechanical systems while incorporating computer control and information technology. If you’ve been longing to work with robots and electronics, or if you want a fast way to upgrade your job skills at a manufacturing company, the Manufacturing Technology-Mechatronics Certificate will give you the training you need.

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Job Outlook for Electrical Engineers

As an electrical and electronics engineering technician, you can make $63,000* per year! Many employers look for candidates with an associate’s degree or certificate in manufacturing technology or electrical engineering technology. After finishing your training at MWCC, you will be ready to rise above the competition when you start your job search.

Earn Credits towards a Degree

This certificate will make your resume more attractive to employers, and it also offers you the chance to earn 27-28 credits toward the Associate Degree in Manufacturing Technology – Plastics. You’d only need 10 more classes to earn your degree!

Learn the Ropes on Robotics and More

This 8-course program teaches you how to understand and control the latest in computerized and electromechanical systems in the modern factory. You’ll be able to put everything you learn to immediate use in real-world manufacturing operation.

You’ll take great classes like:

  • Robotics in Automation
  • Hydraulics and Pneumatics
  • Programmable Logic Controls
  • Print Reading for Industry
  • Automated Mechanical Processes

*Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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