Electromechanical Technology Department 

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35% Computer Controlled Systems 15% Mechanical Drive Systems 15% Fluid Power Hydraulics/Pneumatics 35% Electronics

To view associated courses, select the colored areas of the graph.

Over 27 Job Listings for Each Graduate

Starting wages have been #1 or #2 for the previous 3 years and within the top 5 of all 64 programs in the entire school over the last 20 years. (See the Graduate Employment Research Report for more details.)

FVTC Graduate
(See Electromechanical Technology)

Scholarships are also available targeted for just the Electromechanical Technology student from major industries in our part of the state.

Dual credit is now available to High School Student interested in the area of Electromechanical Technology. Get 1, 2, 3, or 4 high school credits AND college credits at the same time. Ask your guidance counselor for more information.

Over $650,000.00 from grants and donations over the last few years have allowed us to become state-of-the-art in training equipment and curriculum.

For more information, e-mail Jeff Chamberlin or call (920) 996-2802.


   Maintained by:

   Jeff Chamberlin

   Last Modified:
   2/4/2010 1:47:58 PM