Not all classes in all disciplines are offered every semester. See the Class Schedule or contact the Technology & Aviation Division office for offerings in the current semester.
INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS
CIM 101 is an introductory course that provides a comprehensive study of the fundamentals of industrial robotics. It prepares the student for more advanced studies in robotic automation and related technologies. Speciﬁc areas of concentration include power and positioning of robots, robot actuators and motors, motion control, industrial electronics, and micro-controller technology, communication interfacing, programming concepts, and industry applications. Lecture 1.5 hours. Prerequisite: None. Transfer Credit: CSU.
AUTOMATION & PRODUCTION CONTROLS
CIM 102 is the continuation of electronic control automation systems, emphasizing the terms, principles, and techniques used in automated manufacturing processes. Programmable logic control applications are emphasized in central system industrial design. Lecture 1.5 hours. Prerequisite: CIM 101. Transfer Credit: CSU.