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Robotics Course Sequences

See the classes you should take each term to complete the Robotics.

Robotics Course Sequences

Getting Started

The Robotics degree has a special admission requirements and enrollment limits. The first step to entering this program is to take the college’s free placement test and meet with Advising and First Year Programs staff. There are entry-level expectations for skill levels in reading, writing, and mathematics. Call 503.399.5120 for more information. 

For admission to the program, an application is required. This is a separate step from the testing and assessment steps. Applications are available in –

  • Advising and First Year Programs
  • Admissions
  • Chemeketa public website
  • Electronics program staff office in Building 4, Room 12
  • Applied Technologies office in Building 20, Room 203.

 Enrollment in this program is limited, and there is an early deadline for applications. All applicants must attend the Robotics Technology Orientation as a prerequisite for acceptance into the program. We recommend that you contact Advising and First Year Programs at 503.399.5120, or the Robotics Technology program chair at 503.399.6254 for details if you are considering the Robotics Technology degree. To enroll, you must have a high school diploma or GED certificate

The first step is to take part in an assessment process, which includes taking the college’s free placement test and meeting with Chemeketa’s Advising and First Year Programs staff. You may need to complete program entry requirements. Failure to be assessed may delay your entry into program classes. Then your advisor will help you develop an individualized program of study.

Be sure to review the catalog for important information about program outcomes and other details not found in this listing.

See course descriptions for more information about your classes.

Entry Requirements
CourseTitleCredit Hours
CA121 Keyboarding (if less than 25 wpm)q 3
CIS101 Computing Concepts 3
MTH070 Elementary Algebra 4
RD090 College Textbook Reading 3
WR115 Introduction to Composition 4

Robotics Degree

Course Sequence
TermCourseTitleCredit Hours
1 CAM105 Precision Measurement 2
  CAM110 Benchwork and Manual Fundamentals 4
  ELT100 Electronics Fundamentals for Non-Majors 4
  ELT111 Electronics Orientation 1
  MT105 Introduction to Robotics 3
  MTH081 Technical Mathematics 1 4 or
  MTH111 College Algebra 5
2 CAM115 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerances 2
  DRF130 CAD1 3
  ELT151 Digital Fundamentals 4
  MTH082 Technical Mathematics 2 4 or
  MTH112 Trigonometry 5
  WR121 Academic Composition 4
3 CAM120 Manual Milling Processes 4
  DRF210 Parametric Design with SolidWorks 3
  FE205B Resumes and Job Search Correspondence 1
  MT211 Sensors and Control Elements 1 2
  MT231 Programmable Logic Controllers 1 3
  WR227 Technical Writing 4
4 ELT121 Programming Concepts 1 4
  MT212 Sensors and Control Elements 2 3
  MT232 Programmable Logic Controllers 2 2
  PH121 Applied Physics 4
  WLD105 Introduction to Welding 3
5 COMM111 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 4
  MT130  Motors, Pumps, and Generators 2
  MT227A Pneumatics and Hydraulics Fundamentals 3
  MT260  Factory Floor Networks 3
  MT291 Robotic Capstone Preparation 1
  PH122 Applied Physics 4
6 ELT293 Flexible Manufacturing Systems and Processes 3
  MT216 Statistical Process Control 2
  MT235 Human Machine Interfaces 2
  MT292 Robotic Capstone 6
  PSY104 Workplace Psychology 4