Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology - Automation & Robotics Ontario College Advanced Diploma

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  • Objectives
    Play a key role in the world of technology with the in-depth knowledge you'll gain in this program. Automation is used in virtually every industry today and the demand is high for trained graduates. Study the full-range of automation theory and mechanics, from basic circuitry through to its application in a manufacturing system. Learn about hydraulics, pneumatics, electrics, electronics, robotics and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). Special attention is also given to industrial robots - increasingly used in manufacturing. Explore the field of precision controls and the total electronic integration of modern, complex automated systems.
  • Practical experience
    There is an optional co-op aspect associated with this program.
  • Academic title
    Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology - Automation & Robotics Ontario College Advanced Diploma
  • Course description
    Semester 1 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    MT-118     Elements Of Machine Design     3 hrs     
    ROBO-112     Electric Circuits     4 hrs     2hrs
    ROBO-115     CAD 1/ Blueprint Reading     2 hrs     3 hrs
    COMM-170/171     College Communication 2 / (ESL)     3 hrs     
    MATH-170     Technology Mathematics 2     3 hrs     
    GNED-126     Occupational Health & Safety     3 hrs     
    Semester 2 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    ROBO-121     Hydraulic Systems 1     3 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-122     Pneumatic Components     3 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-123     Statics     4 hrs     
    ROBO-124     Digital Electronics     3 hrs     2 hrs
    MATH-180     Technology Mathematics 3     3 hrs     
    GNED-500     Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action     3 hrs     
    Semester 3 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    ROBO-231     Hydraulic Systems 2     3 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-232     Pneumatic Circuits     2 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-124     Digital Electronics     2 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-237     Robotic Devices     2 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-240     Mechanics and Materials     3 hrs     
    MATH-231     Analytic Geometry and Differential Calculus     4 hrs     
    Semester 4 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    MT-120     Machine Shop         3 hrs
    ROBO-241     Hydraulic Systems 3     3 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-242     PLC/Pneumatic Interfacing     2 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-247     Robotic Applications     2 hrs     2 hrs
    MATH-232     Integral Calculus     4 hrs     
    ELECT     Elective     3 hrs     
    Semester 5 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    ROBO-350     Fluid Mechanics and Dynamics     4 hrs     
    ROBO-351     Hydrostatic Systems and Design     2 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-352     PLC/Pneumatic Systems 1     2 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-354     Electric Machinery & Controls     2 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-356     Design & Development Project I     1 hr     3 hrs
    ELECT     Elective     3 hrs     
    Semester 6 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    ROBO-361     Electro-hydraulic Systems     2 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-362     PLC/Pneumatic Systems 2     2 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-363     Diagnostics and Maintenance     2 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-364     Feedback Control     2 hrs     2 hrs
    ROBO-366     Design & Development Project II     1 hr     3 hrs
    ROBO-367     Industrial Production Applications     2 hrs     2 hrs


    * Students will be placed in the appropriate English and math level based on skills assessment results.

    ** Minimum C grade required for technologist graduation.

    u Minimum C grade in COMM-170/171, minimum 2.5 GPA and 80 per cent of year 1 and 2 courses required for

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