2650 East End Blvd. South
Marshall, TX 75671
Roles & Responsibilities:
As an Industrial Mechatronics Technician graduate, you can look forward to outstanding career choices. Graduates use their complex skills in a wide range of applications-with installation, repair, troubleshooting, preventive maintenance and performance improving techniques. As a graduate of the program, you may hold titles such as electrical maintenance technician, production electrical technician, industrial mechanic, industrial electrician, facilities electrical technician and facilities maintenance technician.
Employers want technicians who can:
The Technical Advantage:
As a member of the Mechatronics Program, you will gain the expertise in use many types of instruments, equipment, tools, and software to gain the competitive edge. These skills include:
TSTC maintains close ties with established professionals like those found in organizations including the International Maintenance Institute and the Fluid Power Society, or FPS-the industry contacts that provide peer support and involvement to enhance your career.