Electromechanical Technology

Northampton’s Electromechanical Technology Program offers a range of stackable degrees; starting with a specialized diploma, 25 credits, that can be completed in a year and a half, a certificate program requiring a minimum of 27 credits in a year and a half, and an AAS degree requiring a minimum of 68 credits in two years.

The Specialized Diploma in Electromechanical Technology prepares students to enter a manufacturing position in a short time frame or advance current skills to the next level as a Machine Repair Technician Trainee, or Mechanic Helper.

The Electromechanical Technology Certificate prepares students to enter a career in automated manufacturing as a skilled technician as a Maintenance Technician, Instrumentation Technician in areas such as Chemical Equipment Maintenance, Biotech Equipment Maintenance, Electromechanical Equipment Assembler, Control Valve Installer/Repairer, Maintenance Technician, Waste Water Treatment Systems Maintenance.

The Electrical Technology AAS Degree prepares students to enter the workforce as an Electromechanical Technician, Industrial Maintenance Technician, Instrumentation Technician, or Maintenance Supervisor. This program offers the student a well-rounded technical education with opportunities to seek an advanced 4 year degree in Mechanical Engineering Technician studies.