Automation Engineer Courses
An automation engineering course trains students to troubleshoot, repair and maintain automated industrial equipment, such as computer numerical control (CNC) equipment and robots. Automation engineering courses include instruction in fluid dynamics, thermodynamics and electrical circuits. Take a look at this article to find out what you can study as part of an automation engineering program.
Automation engineering courses are usually available through associate's and bachelor's degree programs in industrial automation engineering technology, automation robotics engineering technology or mechatronics engineering technology. Through didactic courses and hands-on lab sessions, students learn how to use programmable logic controllers and other robotics control devices in an industrial or manufacturing environment. Both associate's and bachelor's programs also include general education project. Graduates of these programs may be prepared for work as automation technicians, engineering technologists or process control technicians, among other options.
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