|Course Number||Course Title||CL||LAB||CR|
|EL 101||Electric Circuits||3||3||4|
|EL 115||Digital Electronics||2||3||3|
|EN 120||Communications or|
|EN 125||Communication & the Literature of Science and Technology||3||0||3|
|MC 105||Engineering Design||4||0||4|
|MT 124||College Algebra||4||0||4|
|CP 107||Introduction to Programming with C++||2||3||3|
|CP 215||Integrated Circuits & Interfacing||3||3||4|
|EN 101||English Composition||4||0||4|
|MT 140||Pre Calculus||4||0||4|
|#||RB 110||Machine Tools & CNC Machines||3||3||4|
|MT 205||Calculus I||4||0||4|
|#||RB 205||PLC Programming||3||3||4|
|#||RB 210||Robotics & Automation I||3||3||4|
|SO xxx||Social Science Elective*||3||0||3|
|PH 135||Physics II||3||2||4|
|MF 210||Lean Manufacturing or|
|MF 231||Production Systems||3-4||0||3-4|
|#||RB 220||Robotics & Automation II||3||3||4|
|#||RB 250||Major Field Project||3||0||3|
|XX xxx||Humanities/Fine Arts/Foreign Language Elective||3||0||3|
# Indicates major field course.
* Any course with a prefix of AN, EO, HI, PS, PY or SO (except HI 134 and HI 105)
CL - Number of lecture/classroom hours per week for the course
Curriculum for students entering program in 2014-15.
The Robotics and Automation Engineering Technology (RAET) program is designed to prepare engineering technologists for employment in the field of advanced manufacturing.
Students master engineering fundamentals by taking courses in engineering design, manufacturing processes, computer programming, circuit theory, and digital electronics. Emphasis is also placed on the study of mathematics and physical science while English and social science courses broaden and improve the student’s communication skills.
A series of more advanced/specialized courses focus on the application and integration of new and existing technologies to both product design and product manufacture. Topics include robotics, machine vision, process automations, programmable logic controllers, motion control, and the use of computers for design and manufacture.
The degree of Associate in Science in Robotics and Automation Engineering Technology is awarded upon successful completion of the program. Graduates will have the foundation necessary to pursue a bachelor’s degree and to take advantage of opportunities for life-long learning and professional development.
Specific Admission Requirements
This program is sponsored by (or in part by) a $19.97 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration TAACCCT Grant #TC-22504-ll-60-A-33. The Community College System of NH is an equal opportunity employer, and adaptive equipment is available upon request to persons with disabilities.