Electromechanical Technology combines computers, control systems, electrical systems and mechanical systems. These applications are used to run the systems and machines that power many industries. You’ll have plenty of options when it comes to choosing a career, including utilities and wind energy, high-speed manufacturing, medical device production or the oil field. Combine that with Texas being the second largest employer of electromechanical technicians in the nation, and you’ll have sound career options.
TSTC’s Electromechanical Technology provides you with a pre-engineering level education in automation robotics. Or if you want to get to work quickly, TSTC also offers two levels of certification in Electromechanical Technician and one in Downhole Tool Technician. Join the crew of graduates working for top-notch companies like Chevron, Plastipak, AEP, Oncor, National Instruments, Dallas Micro, Baxter Medical, GE Wind and Texas Instruments - companies so interested in recruiting our graduates that they offer a Texas Instruments (TI) Scholarship.