Mechatronics workers need to know automation components as well as understand how these components integrate into a system. Manufacturing industries are increasing their use of ever more sophisticated automation systems, often involving higher speeds, greater precision, and seamless integration of IT networks. Students in Mechatronics at WSCC gain skills and knowledge of precision measurement, electricity, electronics, robotics, mechanics, fluid power principles, and troubleshooting.
Students must have an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher in order to earn a degree or certificate.
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West Shore Community College has elected to opt in to the early rescission of the Gainful Employment regulations, as permitted by the US Department of Education.