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Mechatronics / Industrial Automation Courses

Short-term Career Tech Education (CTE) Courses Starting Fall 2018

Obtain the skills to work as a technician maintaining electrical, mechanical, computer and control systems:

  • MECH 2 - Mechanical Systems
  • MECH 3 - Electricity and Electronics (AC & DC)
  • MECH 4 - Electric Motors - Controls
  • MECH 5 - Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
  • MECH 23 - Instrumentation and Process Control
  • MECH 35 - Industrial Communications Networks
  • MECH 45 - Industrial Automation Systems

Learn to:

Design, operate and maintain industrial automation systems.

Be prepared to:

Work for local industries that utilize these technologies, such as food production, petroleum production, fabrication, and logistics.

Key concepts include:

Application of electronics and computer technology to industrial automation systems, including instrumentation and control, industrial robotics, and process control systems.

Project Based Learning

Significant emphasis is placed on project-based learning facilitated by laboratory work.


Matthew Graff | Mechatronics/Industrial Automation Instructor | 559-325-5236 | matthew.graff@cloviscollege.edu

Counseling Center | 559-325-5230