Be at the forefront with Mechatronics Technology
Reboot your path with a career in Robotics and Automation.
Looking for a hands-on career that solves a broad range of consumer and industrial problems?
Graduates of our 20-month Engineering Technology – Mechatronics Technology concentration will develop marketable skills in these great resume-building areas:
- Electronics: including circuit theory, digital electronics, computer networking
- Robotics: including microcontrollers, training on FANUC/UR, robot operations, and maintenance
- Mechanical: including motors, programmable logic controllers, computer-aided design (CAD), and pneumatic/hydraulic controls
- General Education/Business: including algebra and trigonometry, project management, operations management, ethics
Massachusetts has one of the nation’s strongest job markets—and highest salaries—for careers in Mechatronics Technology, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Give us a few months, we’ll give you a career.
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5 reasons to fill out a 60 second application:
- We only offer degree programs that lead to high demand career opportunities.
- 83% job placement rate for our grads, made possible by industry partnerships and a top-notch Career Services staff.
- We offer trade and technical programs at about half the tuition cost of other private schools, as well as flexible financial aid.
- Our labs in Boston are easy to get to and provide real experiential learning for our students.
- Flexible scheduling – from night classes to online curriculum – make our programs perfect for those just entering the workforce or those who are looking to change careers.
Boost your earning potential with stackable skills.
This stackable program starts with an 8-month certificate in Electronics Technology, earning an Associate of Science Degree (AS) in Engineering Technology – Mechatronics Technology with just one additional year of study.
The AS program builds on the skills attained in the Certificate and adds courses in Robotics and Automation, preparing you for roles such as Automation Technician, Robotics Assembly Technician, and Electro-Mechanical Technician.
- Electro-mechanical engineering technicians and those in similar roles earn an average starting salary of $58,500-$72,150 per year ($30-37 per hour).
See what program works best for you.
We work closely with industry partners to ensure our programs are designed to prepare you for a high-demand career. Click on the career you’re interested in to meet your path to job success.
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