The skills learned in the Mechatronics program are applicable to many trades and also to several branches of professional engineering, such as mechanical and electrical. Anywhere automated controls are used, you will find applications for Mechatronics skills.

Many current workers take several classes or one of our shorter certificates to upgrade specific skills for their job.

Below are the federal government classifications for Mechatronics related jobs, according to the Occupational Information Network (ONET). The ONET service offers lots of detail about the training needed, and skills and knowledge required for each occupation. It is a good tool for educational and career planning. A link to ONET is available below.


  • 49-2094.00 - Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment
  • 49-9041.00 - Industrial Machinery Mechanics
  • 17-3029.05 - Industrial Engineering Technologists
  • 49-9044.00 - Millwrights
  • 49-9021.02 - Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers
  • 49-9021.00 - Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers
  • 49-9021.01 - Heating and Air Conditioning Mechanics and Installers


  • 49-9098.00 - Helpers--installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers
  • 49-9042.00 - Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
  • 49-9043.00 - Maintenance Workers, Machinery
  • 51-9198.00 - Helpers--Production Workers
  • 47-3013.00 - Helpers--Electricians
  • 49-9021.01 - Heating and Air Conditioning Mechanics and Installers

There is a Mechatronics engineering occupation that is design focused and is based on university-level training (17-2199.05 - Mechatronics Engineers). LBCC's Mechatronics program is based on preparing people to work as front line technicians doing maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of operating systems of all kinds. The job marking is strong and growing.

Information on associated occupations, cost of attendance, loan debt for completers, and on-time completion rates for certificates can be found under Gainful Employment.