ARE YOU READY FOR A JOB IN
ROBOTICS & AUTOMATION?
Certificate of Specialization (CS)
This program focuses on robotics and automation techniques within the workplace. Students take courses which emphasize the use of equipment. The program provides a mix of theory and hands-on training. Anyone interested in this program should be mechanically inclined, and a logic-oriented self-starter. Graduates are qualified for technical positions within the automotive, aerospace, heavy equipment, chemical, electrical, petroleum and food processing industries that use robotics and automation processes.
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Courses in this program are run as part of the Associate in Applied Science degree in Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Most courses run on a two- year cycle. For more information, see the Recommended Academic Plan.
Robotics Automation (CS)
|ME 140||Introduction to Robotics||3|
|or ME 121||Computer Integrated Manufacturing|
|ME 210||Robotics Subsystems and Components||3|
|ME 211||Programmable Logic Controllers||3|
|or EE 236||PLC/Programmable Logic Controller|
|ME 237||Programmable Logic Controllers II||3|
|ME 230||Introduction to 3-D Solid Modeling for Design||4|
|Total Credit Hours||16|
The Robotics and Automation program is offered at the Florissant Valley campus. Students may take general education classes toward this degree at any of STLCC’s four campuses and two education centers, as well as online.