RAMP: Rural Access Mechatronics Program

mecharonics lab
mechatronics lab

Develop Technical Skills In Mechatronics

RAMP is a hybrid, online-to-lab program that offers instruction on electronics and mechatronics fundamentals for the rural student. With access to a computer and the ability to attend weekly labs, a student can earn a Certificate of Completion in only two-quarters. Upon successful completion of the program, students can apply for entry-level technician jobs or continue to an Associate of Applied Technology (AAT) degree to broaden their mechatronics skillset.

Course topics include:

Learning You Can Take Home

The RAMP curriculum is designed for students to complete coursework remotely and then apply their learning during hands-on projects in the lab. The program offers: 

The RAMP program is well suited for high school graduates, those looking to enhance existing technical skills or explore a new career path. Classes begin September 2017. Interested participants are encouraged to contact Tyler Bieber, student recruitment specialist, at tbieber@clark.edu or 360-992-2560.  The program was made possible by grant NSF-ATE #1565577 from the National Science Foundation (NSF).