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Program contact: Denis Green


Mechatronics/Industrial Maintenance technicians troubleshoot, maintain and repair mechanical equipment that is controlled by electrical, electronic and computer systems used in a wide variety of applications.

Technicians are in high demand in many industries including:

  • food processing
  • forest products
  • manufacturing
  • health care
  • educational facilities
  • petroleum
  • renewable energy
  • mining
  • agriculture
  • aerospace and defense
  • telecommunications


Mechatronics technicians need good reading skills and the ability to think analytically about interrelated systems. Technicians need to be self-starters with a willingness to learn on-the-job and the ability to work alone or in teams. Employers commonly screen for drug use prior to hiring.

Contact the program advisor Denis Green for more details and about this rigorous training.

mechatronics lab Student Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully complete the Associate of Applied Science in Mechatronics/Industrial Maintenance will:

  • Troubleshoot mechanical and electrical systems
  • Maintain mechanical and electrical systems
  • Analyze schematics
  • Locate and analyze technical data
  • Assist in design and rebuilding projects
  • Manage career education and workplace learning
  • Communicate effectively in writing and verbally with fellow workers and customers
  • Apply mathematics to troubleshooting, maintenance and repair situations
  • Apply scientific principles to troubleshooting, maintenance and repair situations
  • Cultivate a positive professional workplace personality
  • Practice a high level of craftsmanship


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