Kirkwood Community College

Kirkwood Community College Credit Catalog 2017-2018

Industrial Maintenance Technology

Industrial Technologies

101 Jones Hall

319-398-4983

www.kirkwood.edu/industrialtech

Entry time
Fall

Award
Associate of Applied Science degree
2 years (5 terms including summer)
Diploma
1 year (2 terms)

Industry endorsement earned
Forklift Class 1, 3, 4, 5, 7; OSHA 10-General Industry; 50+ High Voltage Arc Flash; Residential Voltage Arc Flash; Rigging, Lifting and Cribbing; JSEA-Job Safety & Environmental Analysis; Adult First Aid with CPR; National Career Readiness Certificate.

The Industrial Maintenance Technology program prepares students for a broad range of industrial maintenance related careers using industry guided curriculum combined with practical hands-on labs. First year studies focus on concepts and technologies that include, but are not limited to, basic electrical theory, motors and transformers, industrial controls and wiring, electrical print design and reading, industrial maintenance concepts (mechanical and electrical), applied physics and mathematics.

During the second year, students are introduced to a broad range of industrial technologies and processes that are commonplace in today's industrial environments. While in this program, students gain experience and skills in a wide variety of disciplines, such as basic construction and framing, plumbing, print reading, welding, fabrication and light machining.

Career opportunities: commercial electrician; plant maintenance technician; maintenance mechanic; maintenance electrician; millwright.

Degree Requirements

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

Term 1-Fall

IND-156

Microcomputers for the Trades OR

2

CSC-110

Introduction to Computers

 

IND-167

Torqueing and Tensioning

1

ELE-233

Electrical Safety and Shop Methods

1

ELE-235

Electrical Theory, Measurement and Circuits

3

ELE-238

AC, Magnetism, Transformers and Relays

1

ATR-300

Mechanical Drive Systems I

2

ATR-302

Mechanical Drive Systems II

1

MAT-232

Applied Industrial Math for Technicians

3

MAT-234

Applied Electrical Mathematics for Technicians

1

 

 

15

Term 2-Spring

PHY-180

Applied Physics I OR

2

PHY-120

Introductory Physics OR

 

PHY-190

Physics I

 

ELT-224

Motors and Transformers

5

ATR-310

Industrial Controls

5

ATR-136

Programmable Logic Controllers for Manufacturing

4

 

 

16

Term 3-Summer

IND-175

Advanced Alignment

1

IND-187

Predictive Maintenance

2

MFG-145

Light Machining for Maintenance Trades

4

WEL-400

Welding for Maintenance Trades

4

 

 

11

Term 4-Fall

PLU-160

Pipefitting for Maintenance Trades

3

ATR-309

Controls Capstone

3

ATR-107

Fluids

2

ELE-103

Industrial Wiring

2

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Humanities or History/Cultures Course

3

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Communication Course

3

 

 

16

Term 5-Spring

IND-196

Fundamentals of Hydraulics and Pneumatic Systems

5

WEL-208

Introduction to Fabrication

2

MGT-145

Human Relations in Management OR

3

PSY-111

Introduction to Psychology

 

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Communication Course

3

 

 

13

Total program credit hours

71

Electromechanical Technology Diploma Requirements

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

Term 1

IND-156

Microcomputers for the Trades OR

2

CSC-110

Introduction to Computers

 

IND-167

Torqueing and Tensioning

1

ELE-233

Electrical Safety and Shop Methods

1

ELE-235

Electrical Theory, Measurement and Circuits

3

ELE-238

AC, Magnetism, Transformers and Relays

1

ATR-300

Mechanical Drive Systems I

2

ATR-302

Mechanical Drive Systems II

1

MAT-232

Applied Industrial Math for Technicians

3

MAT-234

Applied Electrical Mathematics for Technicians

1

 

 

15

Term 2

PHY-180

Applied Physics I OR

2

PHY-120

Introductory Physics OR

 

PHY-190

Physics I

 

ELT-224

Motors and Transformers

5

ATR-310

Industrial Controls

5

ATR-136

Programmable Logic Controllers for Manufacturing

4

 

 

16

Total program credit hours

31

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