Robotics, Automation & Design

Robotics, Automation & Design

Program Description
» Invent, design, build, and program humanoid, industrial, and competitive robots that solve a wide range of problems.
» Use advanced computer-controlled technology to produce solutions for complex engineering challenges from concept to completion.
» Visualize and construct 3D models and prototypes based on the needs of local clients and industry leaders.
CAREER FOCUS: Prepared for immediate employment, advanced certifications, and further education
Program Courses
» Engineering Design - CAD I
» Industrial Robotics - FANUC 1
» Engineering Design - CAD II
» Engineering Principles
» Industrial Robotics - MOTOMAN
» Manufacturing Systems 
 
Certifications
» 
FANUC Handling Tool Oper & Programming
» FANUC VISION SYSTEMS
» Motoman FS100/DX100 Basic Programming w/Material Handling
» CPR First Aid
» Auto CAD User
» OSHA 10 General
 
College Credit Opportunities*
CCP - College Credit Plus
» ROBT 1010 Robot Programming 1
» ROBT 1020 Robot Programming 2
» ROBT 2040 Motoman Robotics Programming
CTAG - Statewide Articulation 
» CTEET001 DC Circuits (3h)
» CTEET003 Programmable Logic Controls (3h)
Articulated - Zane State College
» EEET 1110 DC Circuit Analysis (4h) 
» MECH 1100 Mechanical 3D Modeling (3h)
» EEET 2510 Programmable Logic Controllers (4h)
*Note: Qualitifications Apply  
 
Career Opportunities
Program Instructor 
 
Instructor: James Petrofes
Teaching since: 2007
Teaching at Mid-East since: 2015
Credentials: BSEE-Cornell University, Teaching Certificate from University of Dayton
Field Experience: 23 years experience designing Automotive Electronics for General Motors 
Other Roles at Mid-East: HSTW Member 
Notable Awards/Accomplishments: Holder of 4 US Patents
Hobbies/Interests: Cars, technology, robotics
 
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