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Industrial Automation, Controls, and Networking

10-631-2 Associate Degree (two-year)
Campus: New Richmond

Interfacing. Administration. Evaluation.

This program prepares the student to be employed at the technical level or higher on computers, industrial computer networks, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and instruments. PLCs are often the heart of the control portion of the manufacturing process. The student will have both classroom and hands-on laboratory instruction with several systems to help students understand computer and PLC interfacing, control systems, network installation, and administration.

Special Features

This program is unique in the state.

Admission Requirements

Students in this program must:

Program-Specific Requirement

Students in this program must:

Communicator. Self-motivated. Accurate.

Students should strive to reach a comfort level in the following courses or skills:

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Student Profile

Industrial Automation, Controls, and Networking students should be able to:

Program Outcomes

Employers will expect Industrial Automation, Controls, and Networking graduates to be able to:

Program Costs

The estimated total program cost for the two-year Industrial Automation, Controls, and Networking program is approximately $9,500. This program is eligible for financial aid. View more information on program and costs.