Mechatronics

Mechatronics

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Your career opportunities include working in plant maintenance, equipment set-up, installation and customer service. The region’s leading employers are seeking out our graduates! Mechatronics graduates are eligible to enroll in the Biomedical Equipment Technology degree.
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$53,352.00
Award Types: AAS Degree
Total Credit Required to Graduate: 72 (AAS)

 

Interested in working with diverse industrial technology? At Southeast Tech, get to where you want to be in just two years with a Mechatronics degree. Students learn how to apply technical knowledge of electronic components and electrical theory to real-world projects and experiences. Math skills are extremely important, along with the ability to effectively troubleshoot problems. Mechatronics is a new and rapidly growing field that integrates mechanics, electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics and computer control systems to create new and improved automated manufacturing production systems.

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This degree requires you to purchase a laptop from the Southeast Tech Support Center.

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Award Types: AAS Degree
Total Credit Required to Graduate: 72 (AAS)

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Bryan Cox
Instructor
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Bryan has been teaching for 19 years.

Education: MEd, South Dakota State University; BST, EET, South Dakota State University
 
Julie Sackett
Lab Specialist
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Julie is the Electronics Lab Specialist for Southeast Tech. In 1993 Julie graduated from St. Paul Technical College with an Associate Degree for Licensed Practical Nursing. As an LPN she worked primarily with the elderly.

Julie graduated from Southeast Tech with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electronics Technology in 2000. She worked at Daktronics in the electronics field repairing circuits, revising procedures, working with schematics, training new employees and much more. In 2007 she accepted a position at Southeast Tech and teaches labs for first year students in the Electronics and Mechatronics programs.
 

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