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    Oct 13, 2019  
2013-2014 | Academic Catalog 
2013-2014 | Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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Equipment Maintenance Technology, Industrial Equipment Option, A.A.S.

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Students in the Industrial Equipment program are introduced to the fundamentals of servicing, troubleshooting, repairing and maintaining diverse industrial equipment and automated systems. The program incorporates classroom lectures, flexible online instruction and a hands-on lab experience to provide the student with a solid foundation in metrology, mechanical parts and systems, electrical/ electronic parts and systems, hydraulics/pneumatics parts and systems, basic machining practices, basic welding practices and computerized systems.

An understanding of these basic disciplines is required to maintain a wide range of equipment in our industrial and manufacturing environment. Labs are used so students can demonstrate understanding of the course material and the skills to perform in the workplace. Students will also get hands-on experience in servicing, troubleshooting and repairing a flexible automated cell assembly unit that includes the above-noted disciplines as well as programmable logic functions and a network communications system.

Program Outcomes

The student will:

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in the servicing and repair of complex industrial/manufacturing equipment;
  2. Demonstrate proficiency and a working knowledge of mechanical parts and systems, electrical/electronic parts and systems, hydraulic/pneumatic parts and systems, PLC programming, network communications system, basic machining equipment and basic welding equipment;
  3. Demonstrate problem-solving skills and the application of troubleshooting techniques to complex industrial/manufacturing equipment;
  4. Develop familiarity with additional job-critical skills, including safety awareness, machine reliability, preventive maintenance, and computer applications;
  5. Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills;
  6. Apply effective interpersonal and teamwork skills.

First Semester--15 credit hours

Fourth Semester--15-17 credit hours

Total Credit Hours: 61-63

1 Course is not offered. Course equivalency credit will be transcripted upon verification of Skills Trac certificate.
EGR 131S = SkillsTrac Green - Maintenance Basics
EGR 135S = SkillsTrac Green - Basic Mechanical
2 Course equivalency credit may be transcripted upon verification of SkillsTrac certificate.

ELT 110S  = SkillsTrac Yellow - Basic Electrical

MPE 125S  = SkillsTrac Yellow - Basic Fluid Power

MFG 114S  = SkillsTrac White - Basic Machining

WLD 111S  = SkillsTrac White - Basic Welding

ELT 131S  = SkillsTrac Red - Industrial Controls

ELT 151S  = SkillsTrac Red - PLCs

MFG 245S  = SkillsTrac Blue Automation Systems
3 To be chosen from MTH 122S , MTH 123S  or MTH 125S  (transfer) or MTH 115S  (non-transfer).

4 Refer to AAS general education requirements.

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