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INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY

DEGREE: Degree in Industrial Maintenance Technology

The Industrial Maintenance Technology Associate Degree Program will prepare graduates for employment as maintenance technicians and industrial machinery mechanics in various industries. This degree will provide students with technical training in the latest technology needed in various industrial settings. Graduates will be able to perform two or more craft occupations to keep machines and mechanical equipment in repair. Duties may involve welding, machining, and repairing electrical or mechanical equipment.

PREREQUISITES FOR ENTRANCE

Required Courses

High School: None
College: None

NOTE:  A grade of "C" or better is required for each prerequisite course.

Other Requirements

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Course Requirements


Course Class Lab Credit
ECO 201 Economic Concepts 3 0 3
EGR 120 Engineering Computer Applications 3 0 3
ENG 160 Technical Communications 3 0 3
HSS 205 Technology and Society 3 0 3
IMT 131 Hydraulics & Pneumatics 3 3 4
IMT 140 Industrial Electricity 3 6 5
IMT 141 Electrical Control Devices 3 6 5
IMT 161 Mechanical Power Applications 3 3 4
IMT 202 Electrical Troubleshooting 2 6 4
IMT 203 Mechanical Troubleshooting 2 6 4
IMT 210 Basic Industrial Skills I 2 3 3
IMT 211 Basic Industrial Skills II 2 3 3
IMT 212 Electrical Theory 2 3 3
IMT 214 Industrial Wiring 1 6 3
IMT 233 Programmable Logic Controllers 2 3 3
MAT 170 Algebra, Geometry, And Trigonometry I 3 0 3
MTT 101 Introduction to Machine Tool 1 3 2
PSY 103 Human Relations 3 0 3
WLD 142 Maintenance Welding (E-Met Students) 2 3 3
XXX XXX Elective: General 3 0 3
49 54 67
Minimum Total Credit Hours:  67

SEMESTER CURRICULUM

SEMESTER 1 (Fall)


Course Class Lab Credit
EGR 120 Engineering Computer Applications 3 0 3
IMT 140 Industrial Electricity 3 6 5
IMT 210 Basic Industrial Skills I 2 3 3
MAT 170 Algebra, Geometry, And Trigonometry I 3 0 3
11 9 14

SEMESTER 2 (Spring)


Course Class Lab Credit
ENG 160 Technical Communications 3 0 3
IMT 211 Basic Industrial Skills II 2 3 3
IMT 212 Electrical Theory 2 3 3
WLD 142 Maintenance Welding (E-Met Students) 2 3 3
9 9 12

SEMESTER 3 (Summer)


Course Class Lab Credit
IMT 202 Electrical Troubleshooting 2 6 4
IMT 214 Industrial Wiring 1 6 3
MTT 101 Introduction to Machine Tool 1 3 2
PSY 103 Human Relations 3 0 3
7 15 12

SEMESTER 4 (Fall)


Course Class Lab Credit
ECO 201 Economic Concepts 3 0 3
IMT 141 Electrical Control Devices 3 6 5
IMT 161 Mechanical Power Applications 3 3 4
XXX XXX Elective: General 3 0 3
12 9 15

SEMESTER 5 (Spring)


Course Class Lab Credit
HSS 205 Technology and Society 3 0 3
IMT 131 Hydraulics & Pneumatics 3 3 4
IMT 203 Mechanical Troubleshooting 2 6 4
IMT 233 Programmable Logic Controllers 2 3 3
10 12 14
Minimum Total Credit Hours:  67

PROGRAM AND EMPLOYMENT TIDBITS

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