Mechatronics is a fast-growing manufacturing field that incorporates electronics, computer science, control systems, and mechanical systems. The Mechatronics program prepares students in advanced topics like industrial robotics, electrical schematics and maintenance, hydraulics and pneumatics, and more. It is designed to meet the needs of the advanced manufacturing industry.

Benefits of Choosing Mechatronics

The goal of mechatronics is to identify and manage new, efficient, and smart machines that can improve manufacturing operations.  The Mechatronics program develops a broad base of multidisciplinary skills in students and provides training in areas specifically requested by local industry so that a program graduate is job-ready.

Median starting salary in 2022 
Growth in the field expected nationwide from 2021 to 2031
Students per class guarantees you’ll get the hands-on experience you desire

Program Requirements

This program offers a Short Certificate.  This Short Certificate is a pathway to the Manufacturing Technology Associate in Applied Science Degree.

This certificate gets you into the workforce as quickly as possible.


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Bessemer Campus
1100 Ninth Ave SW
Bessemer, AL 35022

Contact Information

Nancy Wilson, Assistant Dean of Career Technical Education
Phone: 205-929-3451

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