Robotics and Automation
Certificate of Specialization (CS),
Accelerated Job Training
Offered through Engineering and Skilled Trades
@ Florissant Valley
This program focuses on robotics and automation techniques within the workplace. You take courses which emphasize the use of equipment. The program provides a mix of theory and hands-on training. Anyone interested in this program should be mechanically inclined, and a logic-oriented self-starter. Graduates are qualified for technical positions within the automotive, aerospace, heavy equipment, chemical, electrical, petroleum and food processing industries that use robotics and automation processes.
The recommended academic plan blends general education requirements with options for areas of concentration to ensure students get the most out of their certificate or degree. Courses in this program are run as part of the Associate in Applied Science degree in Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Most courses run on a two-year cycle. For more information, see the Recommended Academic Plan.
More than one million students have attended STLCC. It’s the largest institute of higher education in the region and the second largest in Missouri.
Faculty and Staff
Carl Fischer Tom McGovern
Cost of Attendance
For more information on cost of attendance visit MoSCORES.
Program Career and Salary Information
Pursuant to Missouri HB 1606 (2018), information regarding the number of credit hours, program length, employment rate, wage data, and graduates employed in careers related to their program of study at St. Louis Community College can be found at https://scorecard.mo.gov/scorecard/. Search using School / Program “St. Louis Community College” and choose the degree or credential type of interest.
The following limitations to the data apply - Information provided is based on the most recent cohorts available. Typically, most recent cohorts for wage and completion data are six years prior to the current academic year. Time to complete a program of study varies depending on the number of credit hours students earn per semester.