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Industrial Maintenance Technology
2-year AAS degree

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.

Students in this program may be eligible to have half their tuition paid for by the Kibbie Grant.

Industrial Maintenance Technology



First year studies focus on the concepts 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 variety of disciplines, such as basic construction and framing, plumbing, print reading, welding, fabrication and light machining.

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Industrial Technologies | 101 Jones Hall | 319-398-4983 |