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2-Year Automation & Electronic Systems Technology Program in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Automation and Electronic Systems Technology professionals work in a variety of industries and are capable of installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting basic electronic equipment and systems such as industrial control systems, remote-operated vehicles, home-automation systems, alarm, and video-monitoring systems just to name a few. As both technology and the hardware used to control and manage technology advances, so will the opportunities for people with these skills.
If you like working with your hands and mind and are detail-oriented and like the satisfaction of working from beginning to end on complex projects, you should take a look at the information below and consider a future in the field of Automation & Electronic Systems Technology.
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Start Your Career as an Automation & Electronic Systems Technician
ITI Technical College offers a 24-month Automation and Electronic Systems Technology (AOS) Degree. Teaching methods include demonstrations, extensive use of hands on training and labs that concentrate on the use of equipment used in troubleshooting today’s electronic control systems. Studies are individualized and progress is monitored with assignments, quizzes and laboratory evaluations.
Students will participate in introductory and advanced level courses in Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) as they apply these skills to commercial and industrial control, motor control. A basic networking course will introduce students to the equipment and concepts used in setting up a computer network. All students will take a Low Voltage and Fiber Termination course. Then the students end their training with the introductory and applied microprocessor (μP) courses. In the introductory course, the student will build their own microprocessor trainer as they learn microprocessor architecture and basic I/O systems. The applied μP course uses the Arduino* platform to allow the student to design and construct a final control project of their choosing. Basic computer applications and applied technical writing are also on the schedule for successful graduates.
When you graduate from the Automation & Electronic Systems Technology program you’ll feel prepared for careers in a variety of industries such as:
When you graduate from the Office Administration program, you’ll feel prepared to enter any office environment with the skills you need to make a difference.
- Electric Power
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