Automation for Industrial Systems (previously Industrial Automation, Controls, and Networking)
Students receive theory and hands-on lab and shop instruction with several manufacturing systems to help understand computer and programmable logic controller (PLC) interfacing, control systems, network installation, and administration in this quickly-changing field.
|INTERFACE Project Funding
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