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Mechatronics


Mechatronics

Mercedes-Benz Industrial Program

Mechatronics is a training program and partnership between Mercedes-Benz  U.S. International, Inc. in Vance, Alabama, Shelton State Community College and the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

 The graduation ceremony for the first class from the program was held at the MBUSI Training Center on August 16, 2013. A new Mechatronics session begain in Fall, 2013.

THE PROGRAM

Originally, Mechatronics came from the combination of Mechanics and Electronics - however, the world of technology is becoming increasingly complex. Mechatronics has evolved to include many other engineering functions such as; Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and Control Engineering.

The Mechatronics program will provide students with the cognitive and psychomotor skills necessary to support the building of world-class automobiles at Mercedes-Benz U.S. International in Vance, Alabama.

FULL-TIME POSITION

After completion at Shelton State, the top 75% percent of students enrolled in the program will advance to MBUSI and earn a full-time position in Production.

Of the students that advance to MBUSI, a top percentage will go into the MB Industrial Mechatronics Maintenance Program.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

For more details about the Mechatronics Program, go to: http://www.mbusi.com/mech

At this website, you will find more information about financial assistance, how to apply, training, and answers to frequently asked questions.

 

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