61-62 credit hours.
By enrolling in the Mechatronics Technology program, you learn about industrial electricity and wiring, mechanical applications, and industrial controllers. Depending on your choice to focus on the Industrial Maintenance or Electrical Maintenance option, you may also learn about hydraulic and pneumatic equipment, machining skills, and welding or electronics, microprocessors, and automation controls. When you complete this program, you can seek employment in industrial and facility maintenance or management.
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