Electronics, Robotics, & Automation
Learn the technical knowledge and hands-on skills for careers in robotics, electronics, communications, and electronics fabrication.
With a mixture of in-class instruction and hands-on training, students receive comprehensive training in installation, fabrication, testing, maintenance, and repair of computers, electrical systems, electronics, and robotics systems.
ERA technicians are employed in a variety of careers and are vital to many high technology industries. Graduates have found employment in positions within the computer industry, audio and pro-audio industry, test equipment manufacturing and calibration, automation and motor control, and the computer networking segment of the electronics industry.
ERA Education Plan
Degree: Associate in Applied Science
Emphasis: Electronics, Robotics & Automation
Total Credits: 91-93
* Course can be taken during summer quarter
** Suggested for AAS ERA students
***ERA Program Electives - TRDS 150, TRDS 160, ERA 119
Centralia College offers two similar programs - Energy Technology and Mechatronics.
The Energy Technology program offers training in traditional sources of power generation as well as renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Mechatronics exposes students to computer operation, networking and repair; mechanical and hydraulic system design and maintenance; industrial robotic programming and simulation; Allen Bradley and Siemens control system programming; and electronics troubleshooting, instrumentation, and repair.
ContactCareer & Technical Education
Tech (TEC) Building, Room 114
Office: TEC 158
Email Aman Gill