AUTOMATED SYSTEMS & ROBOTICS

PROGRAM PLACEMENT RATE: 100%

Annual average SALARY: $56,000

List of program requirements & course descriptions (pdf)

Experience Automated Systems & Robotics at Dunwoody

With an Automated Systems & Robotics degree from Dunwoody, you will be well-positioned for a successful career maintaining the latest in automated manufacturing, packaging, and industrial robotics systems.

Dunwoody’s competitive program curriculum is aligned with standards set forth by:

  • Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute (PMMI)
  • Institute of Packing Professionals (IoPP)
  • Robotics Industry Association (RIA)
  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • Instrumentation Society of America (ISA)

In combination with these industry practices, you will also take Arts & Sciences courses that will enhance your communication, mathematics and critical thinking skills, making you a valuable asset in the job market.

Dunwoody’s Automated Systems & Robotics program features:

  • An advanced Industrial Controls and PLC lab where students have access to the latest equipment from industry partners like Allen Bradley, Cognex, Banner, and Siemens.
  • A Fanuc-certified industrial robotics lab featuring seven articulated robotic arms and machine vision systems.
  • A state-of-the-industry robotic packaging lab that gives students training on an Edson case packer system, Scandia packaging machinery, an MGS Cartoner, a Checkmate check weigher, a LabelAire labeler, and a DoBoy Shrink Tunnel.
  • Access to soldering stations, pneumatic trainers, PLC training stations, oscilloscopes, multimeters, Cognex vision systems, and Arduino microcontroller trainers.
  • Award-winning student clubs and organizations like the Robotics Technology Club give students opportunities to see theoretical knowledge in action such as preparing to compete in a yearly Autonomous Snow Plow competition.
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The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies

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Robotics & Manufacturing students compete, help out teams at Autonomous Snowplow Competition