Study mechatronics at JCC
The Mechatronics degree at Jamestown Community College prepares you to enter the workforce after graduation and work in careers where you operate and maintain electro-mechanical systems found in automated or robotically controlled environments.
Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary field that combines elements of engineering, machining, information technology, robotics, and electronics. It synergizes these diverse fields to keep production lines, manufacturing floors, and industry processes working smoothly.
While at JCC, you’ll learn about comprehensive analysis, assembly, and troubleshooting techniques, which are reinforced through labs.
2019 median pay for electro-mechanical technicians: $58,350/year according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Where to study at JCC
- Fully available on the Jamestown Campus
- Some courses must be completed on the Jamestown Campus
JCC’s Mechatronics A.A.S. degree prepares you to immediately enter the workforce in jobs like electromechanics.
The MTI provides highly skilled training and industry-standard equipment to prepare for manufacturing careers.
After you complete the program, you will be able to:
- Set up and operate machine tools.
- Interpret engineering drawings.
- Program PLCs and troubleshoot PLC ladder logic diagrams.
- Program industrial robots utilizing a teach pendant.
- Interpret and troubleshoot traditional ladder logic diagrams.
- Understand and troubleshoot pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
- Understand DC and AC single phase and poly-phase motors.
- Understand and troubleshoot mechanical power transmission systems.
- Understand and troubleshoot DC circuits, single phase AC circuits, and their controls.
ENG 1510: English Composition I
ELC 1200: Fundamentals of Electricity
MCT 1240: Engineering Drawing w/AutoCAD
MCT 1270: Machine Theory and Operation
MCT 1310: Industrial Safety & Quality Practices
INT 1555: Inquiry
- To complete the program in four semesters, students must start in the fall semester at the appropriate level of mathematics.
ELC 1220: Industrial Automation/OLC
ELC 1230: Electric Motors/Control Systems
MAT 1590: College Algebra & Trigonometry
MCT 1210: Applied Pneumatic & Hydraulics
MCT 1280: Computer Numerical Control with Machine Tools
- Students with the appropriate mathematical background may opt for MAT 1600 or MAT 1710.
ENG 1530: English Composition II
MCT 1320: Production Processes & Maintenance
MCT 2210: Mechanical Drives
PHY 1250: Technical Physics I
Social Sciences Elective
Choose a SUNY Gen Ed Social Sciences course that fulfills the Cultural Understanding and/or Global Perspectives Essentials requirements
- Students with the appropriate background may opt for PHY 1610 or PHY 1710.
CSC 1510: Intro to Computer Science or
CSC 1560: Computer Application Software I
CSC 1580: Computer Hardware/Systems
ELC 2220: Advanced PLC
MCT 2220: Automation & Robotics
Choose a Global Perspectives Elective if needed
- Apply for graduation.