Automation and Robotics FoundationsCERTIFICATE, 16 CREDITS
Automation and Robotics Foundations education typically covers the principles, theories and applications of automation and robotics technologies in various industries. It includes topics such as:
The goal of this education is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the design, implementation, and control of automated systems and robots, and prepare them for careers in industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, agriculture, and more.
Having an Automation and Robotics Foundation certificate can be beneficial for individuals seeking employment in the field of automation and robotics, as it demonstrates their competence and commitment to the field. It can also be a stepping stone for pursuing further education and certification in more specialized areas of automation and robotics.Location: Albert Lea and Owatonna
Program Starts: Fall
Course Plan: One Semester
Faculty: Kim Nelson | 507-379-3335 | Kimberly.Nelson@riverland.edu
For in-depth information including outcomes, program fees, course descriptions, and more please visit the Automation and Robotics Foundations program page at riverland.edu.