When you’ve completed your time at TSTC you'll be an electro-mechanical engineering technician or instrumentation technician. This means you’ll be prepared to design, develop, test and manufacture electrical and electronic circuits, as well as electronic and computer-controlled mechanical systems, like robotic assembly machines. You’ll also be able to operate these machines in factories and other worksites.
Students will become well-trained on everything from basics electronics to highly advanced computer-controlled assembly manufacturing cells. Many former TSTC students have gone on to become elite technicians throughout the United States in companies including:
Intel, Nokia, US Gypsum, Applied Materials, Texas Instruments, Prodel Automations, National Instruments, AMD Semiconductors, Alcoa--Howmet Castings, American Electric Power, Johnson & Johnson, and General Electric!