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Course Information and Descriptions
ARM 119 Mechatronics Graphics IV (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover drafting standards, basic electrical symbols
and schematics, basic fluids symbols and schematics, technical
documentation and the use of embedded Computer Aided Design
(CAD) package objects to create schematic drawings.
Corequisite: ARM 118 or consent of department
Course fee
ARM 131 Robot Design and Construction I (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover the history and development of robots, types
of robots, robot components, and basic robot physics. The course
will also touch on technical sketching as applied to robot design.
Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher, APT score of
80 or higher, ELI 103 (C or better), ELI 104 (C or better), ELI 107
(C or better), or College Reading and Writing Readiness AND Basic
Algebra Readiness.
Course fee
ARM 132 Robot Design and Construction II (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover spur, bevel and worm gears, gear trains,
mobile chassis design, wheel configurations, DC and AC motors,
servo and stepper motors, and power supplies as applied to mobile
robots.
Corequisite: ARM 131 or consent of department
Course fee
ARM 133 Robot Design and Construction III (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover microcontrollers, digital and analog signals,
sensors, friction and bearings as applied to mobile robots along with
the design and construction of robotic arms.
Corequisite: ARM 132 or consent of department
Course fee
ARM 134 Robot Design and Construction IV (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover robot programming in “C” to include
variables, basic programming structures, for and while loops, if-else
statements. A final robot project will be required.
Corequisite: ARM 133 or consent of department
Course fee
ARM 151 Mechanical Systems I (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course covers basic safety protocol, the role of mechanical
components in complex mechatronic systems, the flow of energy in a
mechatronic system, calculation of force, accelerations, speed,
torque, etc. and basic maintenance and systems-level
troubleshooting.
Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher, APT score of
80 or higher, ELI 103 (C or better), ELI 104 (C or better), ELI 107
(C or better), or College Reading and Writing Readiness AND Basic
Algebra Readiness.
Course fee
ARM 152 Mechanical Systems II (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course covers gears and gear drives, chain and sprocket
systems, power transmission, pulley drives, synchronous drives,
lubrication requirements of mechanical components, analyzing
technical data sheets, and basic troubleshooting.
Corequisite: ARM 151 or consent of department
Course fee
ARM 153 Mechanical Systems III (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover mechanical shafts, couplings and bearings,
lubrication, preventative and predictive maintenance of shafts,
couplings, bushings, seals and bearings, alignment and
troubleshooting.
Corequisite: ARM 152 or consent of department
Course fee
ARM 154 Mechanical Systems IV (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover clutches and brakes, linear motion technology,
flexible elements and troubleshooting the mechanical components in
a complete mechatronic system.
Corequisite: ARM 153 or consent of department
Course fee
ARM 156 Electrical Systems I (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover the basic electrical components in a
mechatronic system. Topics covered will include electrical safety;
current, voltage, resistance and power in AC and DC circuits;
principles of resistance, inductance, capacitance, impedance,
frequency, magnetism and transformers; basic function of AC/DC
power supplies; operation of multimeters, oscilloscopes, frequency
counters, wiggys, logic probes and amp clamps.
Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher, APT score of
80 or higher, ELI 103 (C or better), ELI 104 (C or better), ELI 107
(C or better), or College Reading and Writing Readiness AND Basic
Algebra Readiness.
Course fee
ARM 157 Electrical Systems II (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover fundamentals of parallel circuits, balancing
bridges, reed switches, current dividers, voltage dividers, relays,
indicators, solenoids and troubleshooting.
Corequisite: ARM 156 or consent of department
Course fee
ARM 158 Electrical Systems III (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover electromagnetism; switches; photoelectric,
capacitive, and inductive sensors; DC motor and generator
introduction; AC motor and circuitry introduction; waveforms;
instrumentation, and troubleshooting techniques.
Corequisite: ARM 157 or consent of department
Course fee
ARM 159 Electrical Systems IV (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover capacitors, inductors, diodes, transistors,
wiring diagrams, DC power supplies, transformers, complete
mechatronic systems and systems troubleshooting.
Corequisite: ARM 158 or consent of department
Course fee
ARM 171 Automation I (.5-1)
1 Hour
This course will cover electrical safety, fundamentals of DC motor
operations, starting methods for DC motors, speed control, and
troubleshooting DC motors, introduction to Programmable Logic
Controllers (PLCs) and PLC terminology, hardware components and
general classification of PLCs.
Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher, APT score of
80 or higher, ELI 103 (C or better), ELI 104 (C or better), ELI 107
(C or better), or College Reading and Writing Readiness AND Basic
Algebra Readiness.
Course fee
219