School of Business and Technology

Electromechanical Technology

Degree: Associate of Applied Science in Electromechanical Technology


  • Level 1 Certificate in Electromechanical Technology – Electrician Specialty

  • Level 1 Certificate in Electromechanical Technology – Maintenance Technician Specialty 

Electromechanical technology is a diverse area of study, which combines electrical and mechanical systems used in all areas of industry. Mechanical systems include power transmission, fluid power systems (hydraulics and pneumatics) and material handling. Electrical systems include power generation and distribution, as well as machinery controls and process industries. Process industries include chemical and petroleum refining and production. The Maintenance Technician Specialty certificate is appropriate for students with related industry experience. This certificate option is not recommended for students just beginning their studies. Students should consult with an advisor to determine which certificate is appropriate for their career goals. The electromechanical technology program leads to target jobs in deep east Texas.

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  • Prerequisites to enter the program as a Level 1 certificate major include a high school diploma or GED. Entrance testing is not required. 
  • Students who do not have a high school diploma or GED may co-enroll as Level 1 certificate students and GED students through Adult Education and Literacy at Angelina College (936-633-4525). 
  • Students who have a high school diploma or GED may also enter the program as associate degree (AAS) students. TSI entrance scores are required.


Employers: Are you sponsoring an employee for training? Contact Lex Hernandez at lhernandez@angelina.edu  to receive registration and general updates related to the electromechanical technology program at AC.

Students: Do you have questions about the electromechanical technology program? Contact Christina Bunge at chbunge@angelina.edu; 936-633-5289. Or, contact Jeremy Sanches, lead instructor, at jsanches@angelina.edu.

If you would like to meet with an instructor (optional), contact Kelli Kirkpatrick at kkirkpatrick@angelina.edu or 936- 633-5447.        

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