Industrial Maintenance Technology

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CIP Code - 470303

Mission

The mission of the Technical Diploma in Industrial Maintenance Technology is to provide classroom instruction and practical shop experience to prepare students to succeed through skills training programs. We are committed to teaching what is needed, when it is needed, and where it is needed with available resources. Program content is supplemented with employability skills, with safe and efficient work practices, and with the use of current industry standards and techniques.

Program Description

The Technical Diploma in Industrial Maintenance Technology is designed to provide specialized classroom instruction and practical shop experience to prepare students for employment in a variety of jobs in the industrial maintenance field. The Industrial Maintenance Technology program prepares individuals to install, repair, and maintain industrial machinery and equipment such as pumps, motors, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, and production machinery. It includes instruction in testing, adjusting, and repairing pneumatic and hydraulic systems, attaching supplemental equipment such as hoses, valves, gates, mechanical, electrical, and electronic control devices. It also includes instruction in material handling equipment, pipefitting, welding, metal fabrication, and millwright.

In this program, there are a variety exit points that you may choose to take. They are:

 Technical Diploma in Industrial Maintenance Technology
 Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS) Industrial Maintenance Technology: Pneumatic/Hydraulics Apprentice
 Technical Competency Area (TCA) Industrial Maintenance Technology: Metal Fabrication Apprentice


Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will be able to:
Demonstrate an understanding of, safety and health procedures, safe operation of hand and power tools, materials handling and maintaining a safe working environment.
Construct foundations for and to assemble, dismantle, align machinery and equipment.
Demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply the principles of Pneumatics.
Demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply the principles of Hydraulics.
Maintain and repair machinery and equipment.
Demonstrate basic occupational and employability skills.
Demonstrate the application of theory.

Gainful Employment

Degree Requirements

Course

Course Title

Lec Hrs

Lab Hrs

Tot Cr Hrs

Clock Hrs

 

ORNT1000

FRESHMAN SEMINAR

1

0

1

15

 

IMMT1110

INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY

2

2

4

90

 

IMMT1111

WELDING FAMILIARIZATION

1

2

3

75

 

IMMT1121

METAL FABRICATION

2

2

4

90

 

IMMT1120

BLUEPRINT READING

1

2

3

75

 

 

TCA – METAL FABRICATION APPRENTICE

 

 

15

345

 

CPTR1000

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

1

1

2

45

 

IMMT1210

MATERIAL HANDLING & RIGGING

1

2

3

75

 

IMMT1220

PNEUMATICS

2

2

4

90

 

IMMT1230

HYDRAULICS

2

2

4

90

 

IMMT1311

PIPEFITTING

1

2

3

75

 

 

CTS – PNEUMATIC HYDRAULIC APPRENTICE

 

 

31

720

 

IMMT1320

MILLWRIGHT I

2

2

4

90

 

IMMT1330

MILLWRIGHTII

2

2

4

90

 

ELECTIVE

RECOMMENDED: IMMT1410 BASIC ELECTRICITY

2

2

4

90

 

JOBS2450

JOB SEEKING SKILLS

2

0

2

30

 

 

TD – INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY

 

 

45

1020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Electives:

 

CSRV1000

CUSTOMER SERVICE

3

0

3

45

 

The following courses may be substituted for the above course requirements.

 

IMMT2991

SPECIAL PROJECTS I

0

1

1

30

 

IMMT2993

SPECIAL PROJECTS II

0

2

2

60

 

IMMT2995

SPECIAL PROJECTS III

0

3

3

90

 

IMMT2996

SPECIAL PROJECTS IV

3

0

3

45

 

IMMT2997

PRACTICUM

0

3

3

135

 

IMMT2999

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

0

3

3

135