Mechatronics Engineering Technology Program
A Dual Emphasis for Your Success
The Mechatronics Engineering Technology program gives graduates a broad foundation in mechanical and electrical engineering principles. Because employers value employees who understand both aspects of engineering, our graduates are very desirable job candidates.
We have also designed this degree as a 2+2 program. If you decide to further your education after graduating from Gaston with your associate degree, your courses and credits will transfer directly to a four-year school. Many students earn their bachelor’s degree in either electrical or mechanical engineering, but their degree from Gaston gives them a solid understanding of both sides and helps them see which area they prefer to specialize in when they transfer.
Flexibility to Fit Your Life and Career Goals
Whether you are just beginning a career in this industry or have years of experience and are looking for a new position or skill set, the Mechatronics Engineering Technology program will teach you skills you can apply in many different jobs. Faculty have close relationships with students so we can get to know your individual goals and help you get exactly the experience and training you need to succeed.
Our class formats are also flexible to accommodate your busy schedule and other commitments in life. We offer day and night classes at Gaston College. Some of the courses in this program are also offered online. Others are hybrid courses that incorporate online work and a weekly on-campus class.
Keep Exploring the Benefits of the Mechatronic Engineering Program
Our graduates find well-paying careers in this field with promising employment prospects. If everything we have described so far sounds interesting to you, keep exploring the other benefits by downloading a free program preview. It contains salary expectations for graduates, details about the courses and skills you will learn, and more. Download your program preview now.
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Additional Program Information
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Dr. Thomas Nortey, Program Chair – CAM-108
Kathy Livsie, Instructor -CAM-107