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Associate Degree in
Industrial Maintenance
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The Associate Degree in Industrial Maintenance is designed to provide the graduate with multi-craft skills. These multi-craft skills present the graduate with increased job opportunities by training the graduate in more than one technology area. To accomplish this, the Degree consists of forty-eight (48) credit hours from Industrial Electricity/Electronics and Industrial Maintenance courses. fourteen (14) to sixteen (16) additional  credit hours must be completed in an approved concentration area. These concentration areas include courses from HVAC, Industrial Electricity, Industrial Maintenance, Machine Tool, or Welding. In addition, English, mathematics, history, economics or psychology, introduction to computers, and college orientation courses are required.

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Click the desired button below to view a .pdf file, showing the proposed course offering schedule.

(Note that schedules are shown for students beginning their studies in either the fall or spring semesters.
Also note that schedules are shown for both day and evening students.)

These schedules are subject to change without notice!

Day Offerings

Evening Offerings

(The examples given are for students wishing to complete courses in the Industrial Electricity/Electronics or Industrial Maintenance concentration. Schedules for students wishing to complete courses in the HVAC, Machine Tool, or Welding concentrations are available from the student's advisor.)

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