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Get hands-on training and build your skill set in our Advanced Manufacturing/Mechatronics Technology program. You’ll be prepared to go to work diagnosing, servicing and repairing automated fabrication machinery and robotics-driven systems.
Are you interested in a career in manufacturing/mechatronics?
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The Advanced Manufacturing/Mechatronics Technology program at Richland College serves traditional and non-traditional students interested in pursuing a degree or certificate in Advanced Manufacturing/Mechatronics Technology.
“As a kid, I loved building models, and this is a little like that — taking things apart and putting them back together. I will be the first person in my immediate family to graduate from college.”
Read Tony's story.
Are you interested in manufacturing/mechatronics?