Program Learning Outcomes

BS in Mechatronics
Engineering Technology

Program Learning Outcomes:

     
  • Use basic analog and digital electronic principles to analyze and design automation circuits.
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  • Design transistor, op-amp, and linear circuits to interface sensors and actuators to a control system.
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  • Select, analyze, and design mechanical components in an automation system.
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  • Specify, install, and troubleshoot electronic Input/Output components in a system.
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  • Design, debug, test, and document automation system structured coding.
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  • Specify, install, test, and document pneumatic components in a system.
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  • Design, document, and program a complete PLC-based factory floor automated system.

AS in Electrical Automation &
Robotics Technology

Program Learning Outcomes:

     
  • Working knowledge of fundamental electrical components including Ohm's and Kirchhoff's laws and Thevenin's theorem.
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  • Properly and safely use hand tools and electrical test equipment.
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  • Properly wire electrical circuits, bend & install conduit, test, analyze, troubleshoot & repair electrical components, circuits & equipment.
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  • Proficient in wire, test, repair, preventive maintenance of motors, generators, electrical components, control circuits, transformers and circuits.
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  • Working knowledge of fundamental principles and circuit applications of semiconductor devices.
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  • Working knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatic components and control systems.
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  • Build, analyze and troubleshoot Solid State Logic control circuits.
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  • Program, maintain, test, troubleshoot and repair PLCs and Solid State Motor Drives.

AAS in Mechatronics
Engineering Technology

Program Learning Outcomes:

     
  • Use basic analog and digital electronic principles to analyze and design automation circuits.
  •  
  • Design transistor, op-amp, and linear circuits to interface sensors and actuators to a control system.
  •  
  • Select, analyze, and design mechanical components in an automation system.
  •  
  • Specify, install, and troubleshoot electronic Input/Output components in a system.
  •  
  • Design, debug, test, and document automation system structured coding.
  •  
  • Specify, install, test, and document pneumatic components in a system.
  •  
  • Design, document, and program a complete PLC-based factory floor automated system.

AAS in Electrical Automation &
Robotics Technology

Program Learning Outcomes:

     
  • Working knowledge of fundamental electrical components including Ohm's and Kirchhoff's laws and Thevenin's theorem.
  •  
  • Properly and safely use hand tools and electrical test equipment.
  •  
  • Properly wire electrical circuits, bend & install conduit, test, analyze, troubleshoot & repair electrical components, circuits & equipment.
  •  
  • Proficient in wire, test, repair, preventive maintenance of motors, generators, electrical components, control circuits, transformers and circuits.
  •  
  • Working knowledge of fundamental principles and circuit applications of semiconductor devices.
  •  
  • Working knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatic components and control systems.
  •  
  • Build, analyze and troubleshoot Solid State Logic control circuits.
  •  
  • Program, maintain, test, troubleshoot and repair PLCs and Solid State Motor Drives.