MECHATRONICS PROGRAM

The Mechatronics Institute will prepare you for the modern manufacturing environment. You will learn high-integrated systems using electronics, sensors, motor drives, robotics, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), mechanical drives, and software. You will also learn out to operate, troubleshoot and maintain this high-tech equipment. Through this highly-valuable training, you will earn certifications through the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) and Siemens.

Certifications

Through the Ivy Institute, students will enroll in five 8-week sessions in which they will earn the following certifications:

  • MSSC 101: Safety and Quality
  • Manufacturing Processes/Maintenance Awareness Certification
  • Siemens Mechatronics Certification

How to Apply

The Ivy Tech Institute of Technology is a selective program. Applicants need to complete the following steps before being admitted into the Ivy Institute of Technology:

  1. Apply to Ivy Tech Community College and complete the enrollment steps.
  2. Contact the Program Chair.
  3. Complete the Ivy Institute Application and submit it to the person listed at your campus of choice below.

Locations

The Ivy Institute Mechatronics program is offered at the following campuses. If you have questions, click on your campus below for contact information.

North Central region (South Bend campus)
Ben Lagadon
plagadon@ivytech.edu
574-289-7001 ext. 5381

220 Dean Johnson Blvd.
South Bend, IN 46601

Central Indiana region (Indianapolis campus)
Michael Formato
mformato@ivytech.edu
317-921-4534

50 W Fall Creek Pkwy. N. Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46208

Northwest region (Valparaiso campus)
Valentina Petreska
vpetreska@ivytech.edu
219-476-4700 ext. 3092

3100 Ivy Tech Drive
Valparaiso, IN 46383

Columbus region (Columbus campus)
Kim Haza
khaza@ivytech.edu
812-374-5356

4475 Central Avenue
Columbus, IN 47203

Southern Indiana region (Sellersburg campus)
John Harris
jharris83@ivytech.edu
812-246-3301 ext. 4701

8204 Highway 311
Sellersburg, IN 47172

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