Industrial Automation Maintenance Associate Degree
Where To Go From Here
This program is for students interested in robotics and their use in industrial settings. Students will learn concepts of electricity, programmable logic controllers, motors, hydraulics, robotics and the integration of robotic systems.
Why This Degree
Students who earn an associate of applied science degree will have experience that can lead to jobs such as manufacturing production technician, electronics engineering technologist or robotics technician, with median annual wages of $40,300 to $79,220.