at MiraCosta College
Engineering technology, or mechatronics, integrates theory and application in the areas of mechanical, electrical and electronic systems, fluid power, robotics and automation, and programming. Our program is designed around the changing skills and training demanded by area manufacturers. All topics covered during lecture are explored in more depth during the lab portion of each class. The wide range of equipment utilized in our lab gives students an opportunity to train, repair, and troubleshoot industry-relevant tools and equipment. Students who attend will experience an accelerated program, designed to quickly prepare them to meet the skill sets that will qualify graduates to move right into an entry-level technician position.SIGN UP NOW!
GI Bill ® and WIOA funding approved. For all other candidates, tuition is FREE through the DOL funded America’s Promise Grant. NOTE: A $335 charge to cover administrative costs will be collected upon registration.
Hours of Instruction
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HS Diploma or GED, basic math and reading comprehension assessments, interview, and complete submission of enrollment documents
If students attend all classes, complete the necessary coursework, and pass the required tests, students will receive: OSHA-10 certification, a National Career Readiness Certificate, and a MiraCosta College Certificate of Accomplishment.
There are numerous opening for Engineering Technicians in San Diego County! Companies such as: Hunter Industries, ViaSat, Nordson, TE Connectivity, Teledyn, and General Atomics to name just a few!
Mr. Rolfson has spent over 10 years working in various San Diego high-tech and biotech companies. He has enjoyed successfully taking devices and instruments from concept to manufacturing as well as leading teams in designing, documenting and training. He has extensive experience with electronics, fluid power, sensors, motors, software control, electro-optic systems, testing and fabrication.
Kris has also spent over eight years teaching in both public school and private schools. He was responsible for developing curriculum for science and technology, and launched a youth program that specifically teaches STEM to middle and high school students. He has a full machine shop at home that he relishes using to create opportunities to apply his engineering background.
Kris enjoys learning and teaching others - especially through discovery and hands-on techniques. His teaching style focuses on ways to intrinsically motivate others so they can learn skills that lead to self-confidence and practical applications.
We offer information sessions for many of our job training programs. The information session offers you the opportunity to learn all about the programs in a relaxed environment.
Our instructors will be available at this time to answer all of your questions. Call us at 760.795.6820 to register.