Mechatronics is a combination of mechanical, electronic, computer and control engineering that can be applied in a wide variety of industries.

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Our next program info session for Mechatronics is February 10 at 3 p.m. in Building 25, Room 103. Come meet the instructors, see the classrooms, and learn how you can get started!

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You can start the program any quarter.

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How Much It Costs

For program costs, visit the Tuition and Fees page.

Costs are estimated and are not guarantees.

You can learn more about financial aid and scholarships right here. Or view our full tuition & fees breakdown.

How Long It Takes

7 quarters

All program lengths are estimates and are not guarantees.

Potential Careers

Graduates may find employment as Electro-Mechanical Technicians. In Washington, median pay for Electro-Mechanical Technicians is $73,800 per year.

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What You'll Learn

  • Fabrication fundamentals
  • Digital electronics and networks
  • Computer aided design

And much more!

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Stories About Our Mechatronics Program

A Night to Celebrate Leadership

Annual Student Awards Ceremony recognizes those exemplifying academic and community leadership at CPTC.

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Congratulations to Bryan Powell, the President’s Unsung Hero for October

Bryan Powell, CPTC's coordinator for grant development, was selected October's Unsung Hero.

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CPTC to Debut Two New Programs Fall Quarter

Clover Park Technical College will introduce a Bachelor of Applied Science in Manufacturing Operations (BASMO) and an Associate in Applied Science in Mechatronics beginning Fall Quarter (Sept. 22).

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Degrees & Certificates

Mechatronics AAS-T Degree

Type: Degree

Avg. # of Quarters: 7

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