Electrical Automation and Robotics Technology students may be employed in many different occupations found within the electrical trades. They may work in mining industries, steel mills, processing plants, oil refineries, power plants, manufacturing, semiconductor industries, electronics companies and chemical industries.
Job duties may include construction, fabrication, maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, calibration, testing and design. They may work with automatic control systems, AC and DC control components, motors, programmable control, microprocessors, computers and robots. Advancement to supervisor and management positions within the electrical field is frequently available.
Three program options are available: Associate in Applied Science Degree, an Associate in Science Degree, and the Bachelor of Science in Technology Management.
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