Robotics & Automation (AMST) Program
In the AMST program, you will spend four semesters in an educational setting learning electronics, computers, control systems, programming, robots, fluid power, sensors, PLC's, and vision systems, and demonstrate the ability to integrate these devices together. In addition, you will learn to control these systems through hardware and software, and track vital daily information.
- Our job placement rate is 100%.
- Average pay for our graduates is $25.92/hr within 6months of graduation.
- Most of our graduates work in an Engineering/Manufacturing Engineering Technician/Automation/Robotics Technician jobs.
- Average pay in the above field is $31.31/hr in our district.google-site-verification: googlea1fc639cc1b3b0ee.html
Looking for a career in Robotics or Automation? Do you want to earn an average of $31.31/hr while working on the latest and greatest high-tech manufacturing engineering technology?
You will receive industry recognized certifications while going to college that will put you ahead in your career. Read below about our "First in the nation" certification partnership with Rockwell Automation! &
Certified Associate Rockwell Automation ControlLogix Maintainer
CERT - Factory Authorized Satellite Training Center - Madison College
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AMST Madison College is an institution of higher learning located in Madison, WI. Our faculty is dedicated to guiding our students as they grow and develop, putting them on a successful path for life. We adapt our curriculum to meet the needs of our diverse student body, taking into account the many ways in which students learn.