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Maintenance Mechanic-Industrial

Maintenance Mechanic-Industrial

Associate of Applied Science

Students will gain a versatile background in maintenance to keep electrical/electronic and mechanical equipment in operation. Students completing this program will have skills needed to install and maintain Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's) as well as mechanical, welding, blueprint reading and computer operations.

Instructor
Required Classes*
CourseClassCredits
BUS 103Business Computer Applications3
EDMT 101Trends in Manufacturing3
EDMT 102Basics of Mechanical Technology2
EDMT 103Fundamentals of Machine Tool Operations4
EDMT 104Blueprint Reading2
EDMT 120Basic Fluid Power2
EDMT 125Advanced Fluid Power2
EDMT 220Numerical Control4
ELT 102Applied Electricity4
ELT 115Commercial Wiring and Code3
ELT 120Electrical Machines3
ELT 218Introduction to AC Drives2
ELT 220Motor Control3
ELT 222Programmable Control3
ENG 110College Writing I3-OR-
ENG 160College Writing and Research4
ENG 127Technical Writing3
MATH 106Technical Mathematics4
WELD 120Introduction to Welding3
Any Course Elective1
Political Science3
Social Science3
Wellness/Physical Education2
Minimum Total Credits: 62-63

*It is essential to see a counselor regarding your program of study to verify course requirements.

To make an appointment, call 269.488.4100 (TTC) or 269.373.7800 (ACC).