Fluid Power Technology from Alexandria Technical College is a Campus Certificate Engineering General degree that prepares you for a Engineering career. The Diploma programs range from 30 to 72 semester credits and focus primarily on technical courses. The two-year diploma includes a minimum of 11 semester credits of general education as well as the required technical credits. The program focuses on the study of hydraulics , pneumatics, electricity, electronics, programmable logic controller (PLC), robotics, automation, and related subjects. Students will learn the function, application, and operational theory of hydraulic, pneumatic, and automation components. In addition, they will also learn to service, troubleshoot, repair, test, and design those components. Ample laboratory time allows students to experiment and solve individual and assigned problems. An optional Associate in Applied Science degree is available by taking additional general education coursework. View more details on Alexandria Technical & Community College . Ask your questions and apply online for this program or find other related Engineering General courses.