The Electro-Mechanical Technology curriculum includes a program of study for a career certificate, technical certificate, and an Associate of Applied Science Degree. Graduates are prepared to enter the job market in many different areas or continue their education at a four-year institution. Students receive basic instruction in a wide variety of areas including safety, machinery maintenance, troubleshooting/service, blueprint reading, basic machining, fundamentals of industrial electricity, CAD, fluid power, Industrial Controls and PLC programming. The Electro-Mechanical curriculum embeds opportunities to acquire multiple credentials through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).
A grade of "C" must be maintained in each of the Electro-Mechanical Technology courses. Students who have grades below the required "C" must repeat the course.