Get started with Robotics at Albany Technical College

Albany Technical College is a public community college in Albany, Georgia. It is part of the Technical College System of Georgia and provides education services for a seven-county service area in southwest Georgia. ATC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate of Applied Science Degrees. Albany Tech traces its roots back to the establishment of the Monroe Area Vocational-Technical School, which first opened its doors in 1961 with a class of 175 students. In 1972, Monroe Area Vocational-Technical School was merged with Albany Area Vocational-Technical School, keeping the Albany name. The school's campus was moved to its current location during the merger. In 1988, the school was renamed Albany Technical Institute and placed under the direction of the newly formed TCSG (then-named the Department of Technical and Adult Education). Albany Tech was charged at this time with providing technical education opportunities to the residents, businesses and industries within the seven-county service delivery area it currently serves.

Contact Information

1704 S Slappey Blvd,, Albany, Georgia 31701
(229) 430-5787

What Albany Technical College can offer you.

Albany Technical College offers courses in electrical construction, sustainable alternative energy, electronics technology, computer programming, engineering graphics, industrial electrical technology, and mechatronics technology. ATC prepares individuals to meet dynamic and evolving workforce needs, utilizing industry-driven teaching and learning approaches including traditional, online, and customized business solutions. The College awards Technical Certificates of Credit, Diplomas and Associate degrees to students who meet program completion criteria. Albany Technical College is a public two-year institution committed to providing higher education and life-long learning opportunities that promote self-sufficiency, economic development, and community growth and sustainability.

Contact Albany Technical College

Take the first step towards your career in robotics in manufacturing! All of the training on has been vetted by industry experts and will give you the skills that employers need.

0/240 is processing and loading the page