Electronics and Industrial Automation

With NIC’s Industrial Electronics programs you’ll learn about integrated control systems, logic controllers and robotics and apply your skills and knowledge to build and automate processes and machineries in a wide variety of industries.

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Faculty Profiles

Cory Batch
Faculty
Electronics Technician, Trades & Apprenticeships

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Department News

NIC Industrial Automation Ear Savers
Learn about a project underway by NIC’s Industrial Automation students on ear savers and other protective gear.

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Youth Train in Trades

Youth Train in Trades is an Industry Training Authority approved youth program which allows students to earn high school graduation credits, foundation trades (pre-apprentice) credentials and workplace hours required for trade certification while still in high school. That means learning from experts while gaining high school graduation credits.

The NIC Advantage

  • Small class size allows for easy access to equipment
  • Learn on the latest software, equipment and technology
  • Capstone project to demonstrate learning and skills to future employers
  • Opportunities to work on unique projects in collaboration with local business and industry
  • Faculty have experience in a wide variety of major manufacturing industries
  • Ladder into Electrician training

Research

Explore research projects involving NIC STEM faculty and students