Industrial Maintenance addresses the need of the multi-crafted maintenance technician covering a variety of technical skills areas including Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), instrumentation and controls, electronics and digital devices, welding fundamentals, AC/DC fundamentals, and HVAC principles. Stackable Certificates of Proficiencies lead to the Associate of Applied Science degree. Certificates of Proficiency provides students with both the skills needed in each particular area of industrial maintenance and the soft skills needed to acquire a job, maintain a job, and work safely in an industrial setting. Introduction to blueprint reading, OSHA, and technical mathematics are also covered in the coursework for each of these certificates.
+8% expected growth from 2016-2026
Maintain work equipment and/or machinery
Disassemble equipment for maintenance repair
Enter work orders for deficiencies found
Troubleshoot and repair equipment
Assist with assembly, start up, and shutdown of equipment
Be an agent of safety and quality