What is Robotics - Integrated Manufacturing Technology?
The in-demand field of robotics - integrated manufacturing technology combines efficiency and troubleshooting. From working with programmable controllers to safely working with robots, if you enjoy working with technology and looking for better ways to accomplish tasks, this could be the career path for you.
Students in this program learn to read and interpret electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic diagrams as well as an understanding of the electrical and mechanical components of a robot system. They also learn how to safely startup, shutdown, and program FANUC and ABB robots. At Terra State, our Robotic/Integrated Manufacturing students are logical thinkers and problem solvers. Does this describe you?
Graduates of a Robotics - Integrated Manufacturing program can find careers in a variety of areas such as integrated manufacturing technician and industrial engineer. Learn more about some of these below or visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
What degree or certificate can I earn?
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
Meet our Robotics - Integrated Manufacturing Technology faculty
Our Robotics - Integrated Manufacturing Technology faculty are happy to answer any questions you have about the program.
Does Terra State have degree transfer options for other programs?
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