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Electro-Mechanical Technology

Electro-Mechanical Technology is a technical program designed to prepare students for entry-level employment as multi-skilled industrial maintenance technicians. Electro-mechanical technicians are responsible for assembling, installing, and maintaining/repairing electrical, mechanical, and automated equipment used in manufacturing or industrial environment. Students receive basic instruction in a wide variety of areas including safety, machinery maintenance and trouble-shooting/service, blueprint reading, basic machining, fundamentals of industrial electricity, CAD, fluid power, industrial controls, and PLC programming.
INDUSTRIAL MECHANICS & MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY

Program Curriculum

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE

FIRST YEAR:
First Semester
  • Industrial Maintenance Core & Safety IMM 1113
  • Industrial Control Systems IMM 1483
  • Industrial Electricity/Industrial Maintenance Mechanics IMM 1813
  • Principles of CAD ENT 1313
  • *Approved Technical Elective (3)
Total 15 Hours
Second Semester
  • Fluid Power IMM 1473
  • Advanced Electricity/Industrial Maintenance Mechanics IMM 1823
  • Manufacturing Skills IMM 1933
  • *Approved Technical Electives (6)
Total 15 Hours
SECOND YEAR:
First Semester
  • Equipment Maintenance, Troubleshooting, & Repair IMM 2113
  • Power Tools, Machining, and Materials IMM 2123
  • Electronic Motion Control IMM 2433
  • PLC Multi-Platfrom IMM 2513
  • *Approved Technical Elective (3)
Total 15 Hours
Second Semester
  • English Composition I ENG 1113
  • Social/Behavioral Science Elective (3)
  • Humanities/Fine Arts Elective (3)
  • College Algebra MAT 1313 OR Natural Science w/Lab (4)
  • English Composition II ENG 1123 OR Public Speaking I SPT/COM 1113 OR Social/Behavioral Science (3)
Total 15 Hours

(Option One) A Technical Certificate may be earned after successfully completing the first 30 hours of career technical coursework.
(Option Two) An Advanced Technical Certificate may be earned after successfully completing the first 45 hours of career technical coursework.
(Option Three) An AAS Degree may be earned after successfully completing required career technical and academic coursework.

*Approved Technical Electives: IMM 1243, IMM 1253, IMM 1373, IMM 1733, IMM 1913, IMM 2613, IMM 2623, WBL 1913, or other technical or academic elective approved by advisor.
Enrollment in a minimum of 15 hours each semester is recommended for eligibility for state aid, institutional scholarships, and the tuition break.