Mechanical Automation (CA)
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|Major Area Requirements|
|MTX 100||INDUSTRIAL SAFETY||1|
|MTX 101||DC FUNDAMENTALS||3|
|MTX 102||AC FUNDAMENTALS||4|
|MTX 103||BASIC MEASUREMENT TOOLS||2|
|MTX 105||BASIC HYDRAULICS||3|
|MTX 107||BASIC PNEUMATICS||2|
|MTX 110||ELECTRIC MOTOR CONTROL 1||4|
|MTX 113||ELECTRICAL POWER DISTRIBUTION||2|
|MTX 117||MECHATRONICS 1||2|
|MTX 120||MECHANICAL DRIVES 1||3|
|MTX 121||SEMICONDUCTORS I||3|
|MTX 123||PICK AND PLACE ROBOT||3|
|MTX 130||PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS 1||4|
|MTX 150||MECHANICAL DRIVES 2||2|
|MTX 153||DC DRIVES||4|
To learn more about this program's employment outlook, approximate cost and potential careers, please visit the Gainful Employment Program Information page.
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Troubleshoot problems in electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic equipment.
- Communicate with colleagues, supervisors and clients, using written and verbal technical and/or nontechnical language.
- Actively participate as an effective team member, completing prescribed project tasks and meeting project goals.