Engineering Technology - Automation Degree

AAS Degree - Automation (62 Credits)


Term 1 (13 Credits)

Session 1

  • ELE:101, Industrial Safety, 1 credit
  • ELE:216, DC Circuit Analysis, 3 credits
  • MAT:705, Industrial Math & Measurement I, 2 credits

Session 2

  • ELE:217, AC Circuit Analysis, 3 credits
  • IND:134, Industrial Print Reading, 2 credits
  • MAT:706, Industrial Math & Measurement II, 2 credits


Note: MAT:128 Pre-Calculus or MAT:210 Calculus I should be substituted for MAT:705 and MAT:706 if planning Bachelor's Degree Transfer


Term 2 (15 Credits)

Session 1

  • CSC:112, Computer Fundamentals for Technicians I/A, 2 credits
  • ELE:225, Electrical Motor Control & Power Distribution, 3 credits
  • ELT:312, Solid State Devices & Systems, 3 credits

Session 2

  • CSC:113, Computer Fundamentals for Technicians I/B, 2 credits
  • ELT:309, Digital Circuits & Systems, 3 credits
  • PHY:185, Conceptual Physics Fundamentals I, 2 credits


Note: CSC:110 may be substituted for CSC:112 and CSC:113

Term 3 - Summer (8 Credits)

Session 1

  • ECN:120, Principles of Macroeconomics, OR
  • ECN:130, Principles of Microeconomics, OR
  • HUM:105, Working in America, OR
  • HUM:110, Changes and Choices, OR
  • POL:111, American National Government, OR
  • PSY:111, Introduction to Psychology, OR
  • SOC:110, Introduction to Sociology, 3 credits
  • ENG:105, Composition I, OR
  • ENG:107, Composition I: Technical Writing, 3 credits
  • PHY:186, Conceptual Physics Fundamentals II, 2 credits


Term 4 (12 Credits)

Session 1

  • EGT:117, Fluid Power Fundamentals, 2 credits
  • ELT:123, Programmable Logic Fundamentals, 3 credits

Session 2

  • ELT:125, Advanced PLC, 3 credits
  • IND:143, Motors and Drives, 3 credits
  • MFG:505, Lean Manufacturing, 1 credit


Term 5 (15 Credits)

Session 1

  • ATR:105, Industrial Robotics, 3 credits
  • ATR:106, Motion Control, 3 credits
  • ELT:177, Microcontrollers, 3 credits

Session 2

Must select two from below for at least six hours

  • EGT:135, Fluid Power Design & Application, 3 credits
  • EGT:137, Fluid Power Control, 4 credits
  • CHM:122, Introduction to General Chemistry**, 4 credits
  • IND:136, Process Control I, 3 credits
  • IND:137, Process Control II, 3 credits