Cleveland State Community College
The Advanced Technologies Institute (ATI) is an institute that offers select students an opportunity to blend classroom instruction with real world experience in a manufacturing setting. Students who have a desire to work in Mechatronics will be ideal candidates who should apply for acceptance to this institute. Selected students will collaborate with local industry in a paid cooperative education experience while attending class. In addition to the classroom theory, this “earn and learn” program allows students to gain valuable on the job training, enhanced employability skills, as well as presentation and leadership skills.
Mechatronics is a blend of mechanical, electrical and computerized technologies forming a
complex system. Mechatronics engineers and technicians work in most advanced manufacturing
industries and fields. The CSCC Monroe County Center offers you the opportunity to earn a
certificate in Mechatronics in less than one year!
Are you an adult ready to make a career change or looking for a promotion? Cleveland State Community College has a program just for you. The Advance Business program is the college’s accelerated program that offers students the opportunity to earn an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Business in 18 months!” This accelerated option is perfect for a highly motivated adult that is seeking an A.A.S. Degree in business.
“I have been attending classes as part of the Advance Business program at CSCC’s Monroe County Center since the fall semester of 2019. My experience there has been a great one, so far! With the convenient location and class schedules, it has provided me the opportunity to continue my education, despite working full-time.”
“I would definitely recommend the Cleveland State Monroe County Center. All of the staff have been fantastic and will do anything they can to help you achieve your goals! I encourage anyone who might be considering going back to school, whether it be for a career change or a way to get out of a dead-end job, to contact Cleveland State. I am so thankful I did!”