The Mechatronics degree program trains students to be proficient in troubleshooting mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic equipment and the digital systems that control them. It prepares students for positions in the highly technical manufacturing environment installing, troubleshooting, programming, and maintaining a variety of types of production equipment. Today’s manufacturing environment uses an extensive array of programmable controls, including programmable logic controllers (PLCs), as well as other single function controls using firmware and analog applications. Students learn foundational skills in math, fabrication, and repair as well as hydraulics, electronics, troubleshooting and programming, preparing students for numerous positions in a wide variety of manufacturing facilities. Elective options allow students to focus on either a mechanical or electronics emphasis.

Associate of Applied Science Degrees

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Mechatronics Degree


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Mechatronics: Specialist Certificate

Career Pathway Certificates

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Mechatronics: Maintenance Technician
Mechatronics: Production Technician

Program Advisors

Stephen Foster
Stephen Foster
Mechatronics Department
Faculty / Department Chair

Phone: 541-245-7902


Mike Bullard
Michael Bullard
Mechatronics Department

Phone: 541-245-7832



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