The Industrial Equipment Maintenance program was designed by the advisory committee to meet industry requirements. Successful completion will equips students with the technical skills necessary to maintain, repair, troubleshoot, and manage modern maintenance programs in industrial plants, warehouses, hospitals, schools, and government buildings. Specific topics of coverage will include fluid power and controls, gear and belt-drive systems, electric motors and control systems, programmable logic controls and process control. Classes are designed in lecture and lecture/lab format to give the student a solid foundation in general maintenance skills. Coursework completed is applicable to the Associate of Applied Science Degree in General Technology.
Certificate of Proficiency
Fundamentals of Industrial Maintenance
Industrial Safety or
Safety, Health, and the Environment
Fundamentals of Electricity
Blueprint Reading for Industrial Trades
Fluid Power Systems (Hydraulics/Pneumatics)
Technical Math or higher level math
Coupling and Alignment
Precision Measuring Tools
Industrial Motors and Controls
Advance Fluid Power (Hydraulics/Pneumatics)
Basic Studies Requirements: Reading - ACT 19 or above (or) ASSET 41 or above (or) COMPASS 80 or above (or) complete BSTD 0113 Reading Skills II. Writing - ACT 19 or above (or) ASSET 42 or above (or) COMPASS 75 or above (or) complete BSTD 0213 Fundamentals of Writing II. Math - ACT 19 or above (or) ASSET Intermediate Algebra Skills 43 or above (or) COMPASS 71 or above (or) complete BSTD 0513 Intermediate Algebra.
Those students whose basic studies scores are below minimum levels must enroll in basic studies courses and may concurrently enroll in rogram courses with the instructor's permission. Minimum levels of basic skills must be attained prior to completion of the program.