Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Technical Diploma
31-462-2

This career field offers plenty of opportunity to problem solve and work with your hands. You’ll gain a high level of technical skills to prepare you for an entry-level position working with industrial machinery. Your training will include an introduction to electrical motors and safety, control devices and power systems. You’ll also learn about blueprints, rigging and lifting, and computer-aided design. You’ll get hands-on experience applying what you’ve learned in the machine shop.

Program Outcomes

  • Demonstrate safe work procedures.
  • Install industrial equipment and systems.
  • Maintain industrial equipment and systems.
  • Troubleshoot industrial equipment and systems.
  • Repair industrial equipment and systems.
  • Communicate technical information.

Graduates have found employment as:

  • Industrial Maintenance Technician
  • Industrial Machine Operator

Academic Plan

Plan of Study Grid
Semester 1Credits
620-164 Safety 1 1
620-165 Safety 2 1
620-109 Relay Logic 1
620-146 Mechanics 1 1
620-147 Mechanics 2 1
620-116 Fluid Power 1: Basic Pneumatics 1
620-117 Fluid Power 2: Basic Hydraulics 1
620-173 Blueprint Reading for Machine Prints 1
620-101 Fundamentals of DC circuits 1 1
620-102 Fundamentals of DC Circuits 2 1
442-318 Introduction to Welding 1
804-306 Shop Mathematics I 2
801-311 Communication 2
 Credits15
Semester 2
620-171 Human Relations in the Industrial Setting 2
620-113 Fundamentals of AC circuits 1 1
620-124 Programmable Logic Controllers - PLCs 1
442-336 Shielded Metal Arc Welding 1 1
620-166 Conveyor Systems 1 1
620-167 Conveyor Systems 2 1
620-170 Valves, Gaskets and Seals 1
620-174 Mechanical Power Transmission 1
620-172 Machine Setup & Installation 1
620-106 Electric Motors 1
620-107 Variable Speed Drives 1
620-169 Mills 1
620-168 Lathes 1
620-118 Fluid Power Applications 1
620-134 Sensors 1
804-308 Shop Mathematics II 2
 Credits18
 Total Credits33