As part of Industrial Maintenance Technology, you will learn about the principles and practices of the maintenance trade. Good safety practices are emphasized and pride in workmanship is earned. See the Industrial Maintenance Academic Plan for more information.
The workplace of today requires the technician to make decisions about the operation and repair of manufacturing systems and to constantly learn and implement new information. You'll be trained to hold positions in factories, hospitals, hotels, etc., where multi-skilled maintenance personnel are needed. The core courses offered in this program will allow the student to advance in new and emerging areas of technology.
Included are courses in electricity, fluid power, digital electronics, PLCs, mechatronics, robots and welding. Progression in the Industrial Maintenance Technology program is contingent upon achievement of a grade of “C” or better in each technical course and maintenance of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average or better (on a 4.0 scale).
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• Industrial Maintenance Technology
• Fluid Power Mechanic • Industrial Maintenance Electrical Mechanic • Industrial Maintenance Machinists Mechanic • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Level I • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Level II • Electronics Mechanic Apprenticeship • Electronics Tester • Robotics and Automation Helper • Electronics Technician Apprenticeship • Automation Technician I • Computer Maintenance Technician I • Industrial Technician I • Maintenance Technician I • Maintenance Technician II