Mechatronics Certifications

Community College of Allegheny County

Programs focus on:
Mechanical Engineering, Electrical/Electronic Engineering and Control systems.

The Mechatronics Technology program provides skills and knowledge in three major areas: mechanical engineering, electrical/electronic engineering and control systems. This technology training is relevant to several industries including the Marcellus Shale natural gas industry, energy, manufacturing and supply chain and logistics. Students who pursue this degree will benefit from a technical core set of courses that combine industry-recognized certification and quality college education. Students may specialize in (A) Robotics and Automation, (B) Instrumentation and Process Controls or (C) Supply Chain Technology. Specialization will be directed in the restricted electives that students choose.

Typical job titles will vary depending upon specialization; these include: production, planning and expediting clerks, maintenance and repair workers, inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers and weighers, instrumentation technicians, robotics technicians, automation engineer technicians, electro-mechanical technicians, process technicians, industrial maintenance technicians, field automation technicians and supply chain technicians.

This college aligns with the following PMMI Mechatronics Certifications:

  • Fluid Power
  • Industrial Electricity 1
  • Industrial Electricity 2
  • Mechanical Components 1
  • Mechanical Components 2
  • Motor and Motor Controls
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) 1
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) 2

 

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School Information

Patricia Thompson
800 Allegheny Avenue
PittsburghPA 15233
United States