Degree Type: AAS
Program Code: MECA
Hegis Code: 5311
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This degree program provides hands-on and theoretical studies of automated robotic, mechanical, & electrical systems and the electronics (transistor circuits) used to control them. The course of study includes; Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC’s), Human Machine Interfaces (HMI), sensor technology (instrumentation), pneumatics/hydraulics, solids modeling and robotics. Lab classes introduce the Digital Multi Meter (DMM), electronic test equipment, robots and robot programming, hydraulics/pneumatics, and solid modeling. As an elective the student can pursue an Internship with local industry for college credit, often providing a pathway to future employment.
|Recommended First Year|
|1-2||HRD100, HRD100A or HRD110|
|3-4||MAT108, MAT121, MAT125 or MAT131|
|3||ENG102 - ENG110|
|4||SUNY Gen Ed Natural Science lab science|
|3||EGR 109 - See Note 1|
|Recommended Second Year|
|3||SUNY Gen Ed Social Science|
|3||Tecnical Elective - See Note 2|
|3||Liberal Arts and Sciences|
1. Students will be eligible to take the Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate in Mechanical Design examination.
2. Technicial Electives are CIS, EGR or TEC courses.