Gain knowledge and hands-on training for the in-demand field of mechatronics, which combines electricity, electronics, robotics, mechanics, instrumentation, process control and industrial automation. Excel in the fast-paced work environments of advanced manufacturing, shipyards and factories.
Learn to maintain and repair “smart” devices and systems that incorporate sensors, actuators, instrumentation, process control and automation. Master the skills needed to thrive in industries ranging from advanced manufacturing to shipbuilding and repair.
Apply all your credits toward TCC's Associate of Applied Science in Mechatronics.
Certify your skills
Earn valuable industry credentials! Graduates of this program are prepared to take industry- and manufacturer-specific certification exams.
TCC’s Career Studies Certificate in Mechatronics consists of 3 semesters of part-time study, with classes held mainly on the Chesapeake Campus.
Estimated Program Cost*:
29 credits x $181.10 per credit = $5,251.90 (not including textbooks and supplies)
*Based on Fall 2017 in-state tuition. Your actual cost may differ.
Continue your education by applying your credits toward TCC’s Associate of Applied Science in Mechatronics. Or find work in the dozens of advanced manufacturing companies, as well as shipyards and other industrial operations. Graduates excel in machinery design, construction and repair. You will also be prepared to take industry and manufacturer-specific certification exams.
Veterans, transitioning military, spouses and dependents: TCC’s Center for Military and Veterans Education provides academic guidance and help in maximizing your GI Bill® and other educational benefits.
Tuition assistance such as financial aid, scholarships, work-study, grants and loans can help you save money and reduce college debt.
Get hands-on training in the new Precision Machining Lab, which houses “smart” machines like those used in industry.
Just 29 credits! Complete this certificate in as few as 3 semesters
Connect one-on-one with professors who work in the field and are invested in your success
Thanks to a new partnership with Chesapeake Public Schools, high school students can start earning a mechatronics credential
Manufacturing design engineer Fred Konzelmann accelerated his career at STIHL Inc. with an education from TCC
"I'm that person who takes things apart just so I can put them back together" (TCC CareerFocus magazine)