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Fluid Power Engineering and Motion Control

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Fluid Power Engineering & Motion Control program overview

Are you interested in the way things move? Fluid Power engineering technology takes that curiosity and puts it to work. The fluid power industry is one of the fastest growing technologies today. Fluid Power technicians are responsible for researching and designing, fabricating, operating, testing, servicing, and selling fluid power systems. You will work with hand and machine tools, evaluating and adjusting systems for maximum efficiency. At HTC, you will get the hands-on training that prepares you for success, so you are ready for opportunities in industries such as automation, material handling and processing, heavy equipment, plant automation, and fluid power distribution.

Program information

  • Class Time: Day and Evening
  • Semester: Fall Semester or Spring Semester
  • Campus: Eden Prairie Campus and Brooklyn Park Campus
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job Outlook

The fluid power industry is one of the fastest growing industries today. Technicians will find employment with industries in automation, material handling and processing, heavy equipment, plant automation, and fluid power distribution. These opportunities will exist in large and small local companies as well as international markets. Jobs will include supervision, engineering, inside and outside sales consultant, and product development.

The job market for a hydraulic or pneumatic technicians is strong, as there are not enough graduates to fill the needs of our industry partners. Students from all over the world move here to complete this comprehensive fluid power program.

Possible Job Titles include:

Fluid Power Engineering Technician and/or Fluid Power Certified Specialist

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Articulations

Hennepin Technical College has articulation agreements or transfer agreements with several universities if you choose to continue your education. Please visit the Minnesota Transfer website for a complete list of options.

 

Last updated by Dina.Rogalla : 2020-06-29 12:15:11