Eastland Career Center

** Coming in Fall 2022 **

An emerging program awaits.
In a world of evolving professions, Mechatronics is leading the way with this hybrid of mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering. Mechatronics professions are creating smart, innovative robotic machines that contribute to industries such as manufacturing, mining, aviation, and transport.

You’ll view tasks through mechanical and engineering lenses as you seek to improve the efficiency of processes, the quality of craftsmanship, and build never-before-seen products.

Draft the blueprint for your future
This two-year program is designed to prepare students to enter into the high-skilled areas of robotics and industrial automation, or serve as a springboard toward an engineering degree. Students in mechatronics will begin to study applications of robotics, control systems, electro-mechanical systems, and similar engineering to help complete projects and troubleshoot problems in a given industry.

Do you accept the challenge?
The field of mechatronics is new and wide-ranging, meaning there are plenty of opportunities to explore. Find your niche and challenge yourself by testing out systems, asking questions, and finding the solutions to puzzles in the professional world as well as how this may lay the foundation for your future.

More information to come

Construction of curriculum, college credit options, industry credentials, and career connections are underway. If you are interested, stay connected with your career services specialist and our website for additional information as it becomes available.

Career Pathways

The field is growing as is the need for those to fill it. Engineer yourself into one of these possible careers.

  • CNC Operator/Programmer
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Robotics Technician/Engineer
  • Mechatronics Technician/Engineer
  • Control System Engineer

Contact Us

Tresa Durkin
Career Services/Satellite Program Director
[email protected]
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