Technicians install, troubleshoot and repair machinery used in business and industry. The complexity of these machines requires students to gain a strong understanding of motor controls, fluid power, mechanisms, programmable logic controllers and industrial networks. NCC has worked closely with the area's local manufacturers and engineering firms to develop programs that will provide graduates with hands-on skills and help place them into entry-level positions.
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Your Career in Electromechanical Technology
Electromechanical Technology Career Paths
- Maintenance Mechanic
- Industrial Machinery Mechanic
- Field Service Technician
- Machine Repairer
Degrees We Offer
- Associate in Applied Science | 2 years
- Instrumentation Process Control Technician Certificate | 1.5 years
- Machine Repair SD | 1.5 years
* This program is funded in part/in whole by the U.S. Department of Labor - Employment and Training Administration.
* PATH colleges and programs are Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employers & Programs. Auxiliary aids & services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.