Expand your skill set - and your horizons.

Modern engineering jobs require you to be skilled in a number of fields in order to keep up with the demands of today’s manufacturing needs and economic realities. Our innovative and industry-driven mechatronics program prepares you to work in a wide variety of settings by developing your knowledge and skills across a range of aspects of manufacturing such as electronics, mechanical systems, robots, and more.

Developed in partnership with global industry technology leaders, this program combines hands-on training, real-world application, and classroom studies to help you develop the skills you need to further your engineering and manufacturing career.

We know balancing your education and your life can be stressful, and Baker wants to get you into your field with as much experience (and as little headache) as possible. The course alternates between classroom instruction and on-the-job training in eight-week intervals with an additional $200 per-week personal stipend to cover expenses, plus an hourly wage that increases annually at the company sponsoring your course.

Upon completing the program, you qualify for Department of Labor apprenticeship certification, allowing you to begin exploring your chosen field more quickly.

Academic Policies & Requirements

Associate of Applied Science — Industrial Technology

Career Facts

$33,043

Median Yearly Income

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Outlook 2014 - 2024

$81,490

Median Salary for Executives

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We brought Mike in as an intern from ADI and during his internship, he really impressed us.  If we compare him to the other people we’ve seen come out of trade schools, he’s up in the top end of the class.

- Barry Woods Tri-County International/C&S Motors Service Manager
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