Electromechanical Maintenance

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PRODUCTION. MAINTENANCE. CONTROL.

The Electromechanical Maintenance program at Cowley College is an exciting opportunity for students interested in pursuing a career in maintenance and repair of electromechanical systems. Our program is designed to provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in this fast-growing industry. The program provides students employable skills to operate, test, maintain, or adjust unmanned, automated, servomechanical, or electromechanical equipment. These skills qualify students to assist engineers in testing and designing robotics equipment as well as other industry sectors.

Cowley College’s electromechanical maintenance program offers a comprehensive curriculum that combines the principles of electrical and mechanical systems. Students will explore topics such as electrical circuits, electronics, mechanics, troubleshooting techniques, and industry best practices.

Students may progress through the program and complete technical certificates along the way with multiple exit points, with each level adding more employable skills. Completing Certificate A will allow a student to be hired as an entry-level maintenance worker. Completing Certificate B will allow the student to be hired as a competent maintenance personnel who can perform most basic maintenance work in industry job settings. Completing Certificate C will allow the student to work on advanced electronic equipment and perform robotic repairs.

The demand for skilled electromechanical technicians continues to rise and through our program you will gain hands-on experience through practical projects. This hands-on experience will allow you to apply your knowledge in real-world scenarios and develop skills in troubleshooting, repairs, and maintenance. Scholarships and financial aid are also available to support your educational goals.

Course Details

AAS Degree

Certificate ACertificate BCertificate C

Location

Walker Technology Building
Arkansas City
Walker Tech Building
209 South 4th Street

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