Industrial robotics at College of Mechanical Engineering programs associate degree graduates (A.D. graduates, usually offered as three-year programs on a full-time basis) for work in a number of fields, from robotics itself and integrated industrial robot station to intelligent manufacturing production line where the apparatus operator, programmer, installer, troubleshoot and maintenance workers are required. Robotics programs are generally classified under electromechanical engineering technology, which means skills will focus on the manufacturing and industrial applications of robotics. Hands-on learning using the latest robotics technology will be a large part of most program curriculums. A.D. graduates will practice the skills necessary to build small robots or robotic parts as an in-class project.
Training graduates with good moral quality, cultural quality, professional quality, psychological quality, physical quality
Have the necessary theoretical knowledge and master more technical expertise, have good self-study habits and ability
Have strong practical ability and professional capability
Giving students professional training placements, and making them qualified to high-class hotel and international cruise, meanwhile giving students a head start in their career.
Mobile Communication Technology
It provides students with understanding the basic principles of the next generation mobile communication technology.
It educates students with capability of testing, debugging, assembly, maintenance, network optimization and analysis of the next generation mobile communications equipment;
It prepares students for career in construction, maintenance, organization, management of the next generation mobile communication network system.