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    The Remington College Industrial Mechanics & Automated Systems (IMAS) associate degree program in Dallas, TX enables students to acquire the skills they may need for a career in today's high-tech, computer-based manufacturing or robotic environments. [1] This program covers how to set up and operate conventional machine tools and programs, and testing, troubleshooting or repair electromechanical components of an automated manufacturing system. These kinds of techniques are often used by industrial mechanics on the job, in computer or manufacturing companies and robotic-controlled industrial settings.

    The program can be completed in as few as 18 months,[2] and the curriculum includes topics such as 

    • Industrial Electricity
    • Hydraulics & Pneumatics
    • Electromechanical Systems
    • Programmable Controllers
    • Manufacturing Processes 
    • Safety standards as regulated by the Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

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    Students in the Industrial Mechanics and Automated Systems degree program study the theory and application of mechatronics, pneumatics and hydraulics. Courses cover the manufacturing processes of industrial facilities, industrial safety and accident prevention, electrical schematics, and more. Our instructors help build a strong understanding of electricity and physics to prepare graduates for an entry-level position as an industrial mechanic. Remington College's hands-on training in Industrial Mechanics & Automated Systems is done in a modern lab, under the guidance of instructors with real industry experience. 

    (1) Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates.

    (2) Program completion times may vary based on individualperformance/circumstances.