Department of Technology
Certificate in Electro-Mechanical Systems
This certificate program is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic power conversion systems. Hands-on applications are included in all of these areas and provide actual lab based experiences with these systems and devices.
Each participant will also gain knowledge and hands-on experience with Allen Bradley programmable logic controllers (PLCs). PLCs are used to control state-of-the-art alternate energy generation systems, and are used to automate equipment and processes in environmental protection, alternate energy, industrial, construction, transportation, medical, and military sectors.
|ITT 221 Power and Energy Processing||3|
|ITT 323 Fluid Power||3|
|ITT 425 Applied Process Control Engineering||3|
|ITT 427 Applied Automation Engineering||3|
- Spring 2015 Schedule of Courses (pdf)
- Two-Year Course Calendar 2014(F) - 2017(SP) (pdf)
- Areas of Minor Study in the Department of Technology (pdf)
- Department of Technology Portfolio Assessment Policy (pdf)
- Careers in Technology
- Internships & Cooperative Education
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)