Robotics and Automation Technology (formerly Industrial Automation)
Robotics and Automation Technology makes manufacturing more efficient by improving overall productivity. Robotics and Automation Technicians ensure that robots, production, and automation cells operate at peak efficiency. From cars to phones to potato chips, technicians service and test robots and automation cells to get the most out of production processes. Collin College’s program prepares you to enter the field of Industrial Automation with high demand skills and hands-on experience.
Careers in Industrial Automation Robotics and Automation Technicians have an average salary of $52,600 with 18.8% growth. (Data for Collin County obtained from JobsEQ and O*Net Note: Average salary for occupation as of 2018 and job growth projected from 2021-2028.)