This program follows a structured schedule, Monday – Friday from 8 AM to 3 PM.

The Industrial Maintenance program allows the student to earn two one-year certificates (Entry and Advanced) as well as the opportunity to earn an associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Industrial Maintenance. The Industrial Maintenance field is a growing career field and the need for the number of Industrial Maintenance craft workers is projected to increase by almost 20% over the next ten years. The Certificates and the AAS degree are valuable assets for an individual when applying for an Industrial Maintenance position with most large to medium companies. The Certificates and AAS degree prove that you have the necessary training, experience, and education for their entry level positions. This gives you an advantage when applying for an open position.

Resources

First Semester Hours
ELPT 1325
National Electric Code I
3
CETT 1409
DC-AC Circuits
4
DFTG 1329
Electro-Mechanical Drafting
3
ELPT 1321
Introduction to Electrical Safety and Tools
3
   
Total     13
Second Semester Hours
LEAD 1100
Workforce Development with Critical Thinking
1
INTC 1405
Introduction to Instrumentation
4
CETT 1307
Fundamentals of Electronics
3
RBTC 1401
Programmable Logic Controllers
4
INMT 2301 or ENTC 2331
Machinery Installation or Manufacturing Materials
3
Total 15
Third Semester Hours
INMT 1417
Industrial Automation
4
HYDR 1445
Hydraulics and Pneumatics
4
ELMT 2339
Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers
3
INMT 2303
Pumps, Compressors & Mechanical Drives
3
INMT 1381
Cooperative Education – Manufacturing Technology/Technician
3
Total 17
Fourth Semester Hours
ENGL 1301 (core)
Composition I
3
SPCH 1315 (core)
Public Speaking
3
College-level Math or Life & Natural Science 3
Visual Performing Arts Course (any core course) 3
Social Science Elective (any core course)
or PSYC/EDUC 1300 Learning Framework (3 SCH version)
3
Total Industrial Maintenance AAS Total 15 60