April 19, 2018 Kenneth Colangelo

Advanced Manufacturing Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Technology

Electro-mechanical technicians work with engineers, machinists, and designers, to develop/modify products and create manufacturing systems that meet customer demands. You’ll troubleshoot electrical, electronics, and mechanical issues on the production line and perform the repairs, making certain every step of the manufacturing system runs smoothly and efficiently.

This one-semester certificate complements and supplements the two semester Electronics Controls Systems certificate program and provides more in depth electronics and electrical competencies together with coursework in the maintenance and repair of mechanical instruments and machines. This additional certificate will provide the skills sets required to enter several diverse fields such as manufacturing, health industry, distribution systems, machining industry, and engineering. The technology of computer-directed design, production, warehousing, distribution, and wholesale and retailing requires the knowledge and skills inherent in the certificate program.

Semester 1

MFG 158 Pneumatics & Hydraulics
MFG 159 Industrial Maintenance
MFG 162 CNC Maintenance & Repair I
MFG 163 CNC Maintenance & Repair II
MFG 164 Electro-Mechanical Seminar/Internship

Contact: Jordan Domkowski

A merger of Connecticut's 12 community colleges is underway. As a part of this merger, modifications will be made to academic programs. Students who do not complete their programs by the end of the Spring 2023 term will be matched with the Connecticut State Community College (CT State) program that most closely aligns with the student's Spring 2023 program and is offered at the current Tunxis Community College location. The College is committed to students completing their education with a minimum of disruption. Further details can be found and will be updated on the Frequently Asked Questions page: ct.edu/ctstate/academics.