Robotics & Automation Engineering Technology Certificate


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The Program – Robotics Technician Certificate

The Robotics Certificate will prepare students to work with robots commonly used in manufacturing and production environments.  Students will learn coordinate systems, mechanical and electrical components, programming and troubleshooting, end-of-arm tooling, and the integration of robots in work cells and assembly lines.

Your Certificate

Two-semester full-time schedule; a mixture of basic mathematics, science, and communications classes; program can be completed on a part-time basis.

What you’ll learn

  • Interpret, create and modify mechanical and electrical drawings and details using appropriate fundamental engineering principles
  • Program/teach industrial robots manufactured from both Yaskawa Motoman and Fanuc
  • Program, interface, and troubleshoot systems controlled by programmable logic controllers.
  • Follow the required mechanical, electrical, and environmental safety procedures.
  • Work both independently and as an integral part of a technical team.
  • An internship is a learning experience that integrates academic skills with workplace experience.  Students in Engineering Technologies can earn college credit, make valuable professional contacts, and link their classroom studies to real-world workplace challenges.  See the department dean or academic advisor for details.

Career Opportunities

  • Entry-level Robotics Technician
  • Entry-level Electrical Engineering and Electronics Technician
  • Entry-level Maintenance Technician

Application Process

  1. MTC Application for Admission and non-refundable application fee.
  2. Final high school transcript (or GED results) and college transcripts (if applicable).
  3. Successful completion of the Basic Skills Assessment (ACCUPLACER) and Technology Skills Test (TST) is required. Any college foundation courses recommended by placement assessment results are also required.
  4. ACCUPLACER math score of 70 or higher or Next-Generation ACCUPLACER (AAF) of 231 or higher is required to take the first mathematics course in the engineering program.

Ohio Transfer 36 module and state approved transfer courses:

Ohio Transfer 36 module

State approved transfer courses

For More Information, Contact:

Admission Office
Marion Technical College
1467 Mt. Vernon Ave.
Marion, OH 43302
Email: enroll@mtc.edu


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