Electromechanical Technology at Lamar State College Orange
Learn more about the Electromechanical Technology program at Lamar State College Orange, including the Electromechanical Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree, the Electromechanical Technology Certificate of Completion, and the Electromechanical Technology Basic Certificate of Completion.
Why Study Electromechanical Technology at LSCO?
Electromechanical technology is a high-demand field with high-projected-growth occupations. By pursuing an Electromechanical Technology degree at LSCO, students are trained and prepared for immediate employment opportunities. Additionally, students are given a solid foundation to pursue a bachelor’s degree in related areas.
To ensure that students are well-equipped to tackle challenges in this field, the Electromechanical Technology courses at LSCO are designed to provide hands-on learning opportunities in which students acquire practical skills that are highly valued by employers. Overall, the Electromechanical Technology program at LSCO prepares students to enter and excel in a field that offers abundant career prospects.
Three program options are available within the Electromechanical Engineering degree pathway at LSCO: two certificates of completion and an associate of applied science.
The 15 hour basic certificate of completion gives students a foundation for entry level employment or enrollment in the Electromechanical Technology, CC program.
This certificate of completion applies toward the coursework necessary to complete the associate degree in Electromechanical Technology. Students pursuing this certificate will be exposed to multiple facets of machinery and equipment management.
After completing the Electromechanical Technology certificate of completion, students are prepared to pursue the Electromechanical Technology Associate of Applied Science degree. This two-year degree covers a wide range of topics related to Electromechanical Technology.
Interested in this pathway? Explore the admissions process and requirements for studying Electromechanical Technology at LSCO.
Electromechanical Technology Scholarship
Learn more about our exclusive scholarship opportunity for Electromechanical Technology students.
Prepare for graduation by exploring the Electromechanical Technology program graduation requirements.
Careers and Outcomes
Electromechanical Technology degree holders can expect to receive competitive salaries and enjoy job security due to the high demand for these learned skills in various industries. The Bureau of Labor Statistics data reports that there are about 1,100 openings expected in this industry each year over the next decade. Studying Electromechanical Technology opens up a wide range of career opportunities in diverse organizations. Graduates of the AAS and Certificate programs can pursue careers such as:
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician
- Electromechanical Technician
- Industrial Engineering Technician
- Electrical and Electronics Repairer
- Commercial and Industrial Equipment Technician
- Industrial Machinery Mechanic