Industrial Maintenance

Program Description

The Industrial Maintenance Certificate Program is intended to meet the increasingly sophisticated maintenance needs of institutions, businesses, and industries. As systems become more computerized and complex, new maintenance skills are needed to keep machines at peak performance. With a broad-based approach touching on a cross-section of technical skills, the Industrial Maintenance Certificate Program provides entry level skills for these emerging industry needs. The Certificate Program can also provide significant retraining skills for individuals who have a technical background but want additional employment opportunities.

Opportunities for Employment

With the successful completion of the industrial Maintenance Certificate Program, graduates should be prepared for a wide variety of entry level maintenance positions in health care institutions, schools, businesses, mining and manufacturing industries.

Program Requirements

Students are required to take English and mathematics placement tests. Developmental classes in these areas may be required. Students may not take a course out of normal sequence without the approval of your instructor.

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Industrial Maintenance (990)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL

Course # Course Title Credit
DRF 160 Machine Blueprint Reading 3
ELE 140 Basic Electricity and Machinery 4
MTH 103 Applied Technical Mathematics 3
SAF 126 Principles of Industrial Safety 3
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1
FIRST YEAR SPRING
ELE 156 Electrical Control Systems I 3
IND 137 Team Concepts & Problem Solving 3
MEC 266 Applications in Fluid Mechanics 3
WEL 198 Seminar & Project 3
SECOND YEAR SUMMER
ELE 239 Programmable Controllers 3
ENG 111 College Composition 3
MEC 205 Piping & Auxillary Systems 3
IND 125 Installation and Preventative Maintenance 3
    Social Science Elective 3
Total Minimum Credits for Certificate 41

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