Electro-Mechanical Technology

Electro-Mechanical Technology
Associate Degree
60 Credits
Central Campus (Janesville)

Flexible Learning Options

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Several classes in this program are offered in one or more of the following formats:

What You’ll Learn

The Electro-Mechanical Technology program will provide you with the skills needed to install, maintain, and repair integrated machine systems. From service equipment to robots, electromechanical technologies are present in manufacturing sites, hospitals, and laboratories. This program includes coursework in basic mechanics, fluid power, welding, industrial electrical systems, automation controls, and integrated manufacturing systems.

Estimated Program Costs & Potential Earnings

Median Wage


*based on EMSI Occupational Employment Statistics

Potential Careers

Maintenance Technician
Automation Technician
Installation Technician
Field Service Technician

Career Pathway

Previous education and work experience could qualify for Credit for Prior Learning saving you time and money. Find out more about what may apply to this program.

Electro-Mechanical Technology

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Additional Program Information

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