Automation Engineering Technology

 

Automation Engineering Technology

Associate of Applied Science in Automation Engineering Technology (Maintenance/Repair)
The automation engineering technologies degree trains students to repair, troubleshoot and maintain automated equipment commonly used in industry such as robots and computer numerical control (CNC) equipment.  Students become a valued member of a manufacturing team.  Employment opportunities include field service representative, factory service representative, maintenance technician, automation repair technician, robotics technician or maintenance supervisor.

Associate of Applied Science in Automation Engineering Technology (Systems Specialist)
Integration is a key word in advanced technologies: combining different automated equipment, such as robots, into coordinated systems that complete specific tasks like loading/unloading machines, sorting, inspecting, and assembling parts.  The automation engineering technologies program trains students to be systems specialists.  Concentration of abilities for installing and operating robots and other industrial material handling and processing technologies, as well as engineer and program equipment for systems integration.  A graduate may go on to become a systems design technician, factory sales/service representative, applications engineer, installation supervisor, systems integrator or production supervisor.

 

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