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Program Information

Table of Contents:

Checksheets:
Industrial Maintenance Technology
Welding Technology

Suggested Sequence of Courses:
All Day Credentials (Industrial Maintenance & Welding)
All Evening Credentials (Industrial Maintenance & Welding)

 



PROGRAM CHECKSHEETS
Industrial Maintenance Technology
Certificate - Basic Electricity
Certificate - Motors and Controls
Certificate - Programmable Controllers
Diploma in Applied Science - Major: Industrial Electricity/Electronics
Diploma in Applied Science - Major: Industrial Maintenance Technology
Associate in Applied Science - Major: Industrial Maintenance Technology
Welding Technology
Certificate - Basic Welding
Certificate - MIG, TIG, & Pipe
Diploma in Applied Science - Major: Welding
Associate in Applied Science- Major in General Technology - Welding






SUGGESTED SEQUENCE OF COURSES


DAYTIME OFFERINGS

Fall Start
Industrial Maintenance Technology
Basic Electricity Certificate
Motor and Controls Certificate
Industrial Electricity/Electronics Diploma
Industrial Maintenance Technology Diploma
AAS.IMT04 Degree - (EEM Concentration)
AAS.IMT04 Degree - (IMT Concentration)
Welding Technology
Basic Welding Certificate
MIG, TIG, & Pipe Certificate
Welding Technology Diploma
AAS.GT Degree - Major: Welding


Spring Start
Industrial Maintenance Technology
Basic Electricity Certificate
Motor and Controls Certificate
Programmable Controllers Certificate
Industrial Electricity/Electronics Diploma
Industrial Maintenance Diploma
AAS.IMT04 Degree - (EEM Concentration)
AAS.IMT04 Degree - (IMT Concentration)
Welding Technology
AAS.GT Degree - Major: Welding


Summer Start
Industrial Maintenance Technology
Programmable Controllers Certificate


EVENING OFFERINGS

Fall Start
Industrial Maintenance Technology
Basic Electricity Certificate
Industrial Electricity/Electronics Diploma
Industrial Maintenance Technology Diploma
AAS.IMT04 Degree - (EEM Concentration)
AAS.IMT04 Degree - (IMT Concentration)
Welding Technology
Basic Welding Certificate
MIG, TIG, & Pipe Certificate
Welding Diploma


Spring Start
Industrial Maintenance Technology
Motor and Controls Certificate
Industrial Electricity/Electronics Diploma
Industrial Maintenance Diploma
AAS.IMT04 Degree - (EEM Concentration)
AAS.IMT04 Degree - (IMT Concentration)

Summer Start
Industrial Maintenance Technology
Programmable Controllers Certificate


COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Industrial Maintenance Technology
ACR 108     REFRIGERATION FUNDAMENTALS    3.0 CR
This course is an introduction to the principles of refrigeration. (Prerequisite: RDG 031 or
equivalent and ACR 102)

ACR 110     HEATING FUNDAMENTALS    4.0 CR

This course covers the basic concepts of oil, gas, and electric heat, their components and
operation. (Prerequisite: RDG 031 or equivalent)

CIM 241     AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT     4.0 CR

This course is an introduction to the basic operation of equipment that is used for automation.
(Prerequisites: EEM 250 and EEM 271 OR Corequisites: EEM 271)

EEM 117     AC/DC CIRCUITS I     4.0 CR

A study of direct and alternating theory, Ohms Law, series, parallel, and combination
circuits. Circuits are constructed and tested. (Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent; MAT 032
or equivalent)

EEM 121     ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS     3.0 CR
This course covers the basic principles of electrical measuring instruments and how they are
used in industries. (Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent; MAT 032 or equivalent)
(Corequisite: EEM 117)

EEM 140     NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE     3.0 CR
This course is a study of the National Electrical Code and is based on the latest codes as
published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). (Prerequisites: EEM 117 and
RDG 031 or equivalent)

EEM 145     CONTROL CIRCUITS     3.0 CR

This course covers the principles and applications of component circuits and methods of
motor control. (Prerequisite: EEM 117)

EEM 201     ELECTRONIC DEVICES I     3.0 CR
This course is a study of the fundamental principles of common electronic devices and
circuits. Emphasis is placed on solid-state principles and applications. (Prerequisite: EEM
117)

EEM 215     DC/AC MACHINES     3.0 CR

This course is a study of applications, operations, and construction of DC and AC machines.
(Prerequisite: EEM 117)

EEM 221     DC/AC DRIVES     3.0 CR
This course covers the principles of operation and application of DC drives and AC drives.
(Prerequisite: EEM 215)

EEM 250     PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS     4.0 CR
This course is a study of programmable control systems with emphasis on basic programming
techniques. Additional topics such as interfacing, data manipulation and report generation
will be covered. (Prerequisite: EEM 145)

EEM 251     PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS     3.0 CR
This course is an introduction to programmable control systems with emphasis on basic
programming techniques. A variety of input/output devices and their applications are covered.
(Prerequisite: EEM 145)

EEM 252     PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS APPLICATIONS     3.0 CR
This course covers the application of programmable controllers, theories and operation
procedures. Topics such as interfacing data manipulation and report generation are covered.
Programmable controller projects are constructed, operated, and tested. (Prerequisite: EEM 145)

EEM 271     SENSORS AND SYSTEM INTERFACING     2.0 CR

This course includes an introduction to various types of sensors and how they interface with
computers and programmable logic controllers. Emphasis is placed on interfacing the
computer or controller with machines to accomplish a task. (Prerequisite: EEM 117)

IMT 102     INDUSTRIAL SAFETY     2.0 CR

Covers safety awareness and practices found in industry. (Prerequisites: RDG 031 or
equivalent; MAT 032 or equivalent)

IMT 104     SCHEMATICS     2.0 CR
This course covers the interpretation of mechanical, fluid power, and/or electrical schematics.
(Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent; MAT 032 or equivalent)

IMT 114     BENCHWORK AND ASSEMBLY     2.0 CR
This course covers the use of hand and power tools, measuring, and prints associated with an
assembly project. (Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent; MAT 032 or equivalent)

IMT 120     MECHANICAL INSTALLATIONS     5.0 CR
This course covers techniques of assembling, rigging, and installation and/or maintenance of
mechanical equipment. (Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent; MAT 032 or equivalent)

IMT 123     AIR COMPRESSORS     2.0 CR
This course covers methods used to install and/or maintain various types of air compressors.
(Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent: MAT 032 or equivalent)

IMT 131     HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS     4.0 CR
This course covers the basic hydraulic terminology and principles of hydraulics and
pneumatics. (Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent; MAT 032 or equivalent)

IMT 151     PIPING SYSTEMS     3.0 CR
This course covers plumbing and piping systems used in industrial commercial and/or
residential construction. Emphasis is placed on the reading and sketching of piping schematics
as well as the fabrication and design of piping systems. (Prerequisites: RDG 031 or
equivalent; MAT 032 or equivalent)

IMT 161     MECHANICAL POWER APPLICATIONS     4.0 CR
This course covers mechanical transmission devices, including procedures for installation,
removal, and maintenance. (Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent; MAT 032 or equivalent)

IMT 163     PROBLEM SOLVING FOR MECHANICAL APPLICATIONS     3.0 CR
This course covers troubleshooting techniques such as mathematical calculations and
mechanical procedures. (Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent; MAT 032 or equivalent)

Welding Technology

EGT 114     WELDING PRINT BASICS     2.0 CR
This course covers the fundamentals of print reading for welding applications. (Prerequisite:
RDG 031 or equivalent)

EGT 117     WELDING PRINT PRINCIPLES     2.0 CR
This course covers welding symbols and their application to pipe fabrication. (Prerequisite:
RDG 031 or equivalent)

WLD 104     GAS WELDING AND CUTTING     2.0 CR
Covers welding, brazing, soldering and cutting of metals. (Prerequisite: RDG 031 or
equivalent)

WLD 111     ARC WELDING I     4.0 CR
This course covers the safety, equipment, and skills used in the shielded metal arc welding
process. Fillet welds are made to visual criteria in several positions. (Prerequisite: RDG 031 or
equivalent)

WLD 113     ARC WELDING II     4.0 CR
This course is a study of arc welding of ferrous and/or non-ferrous metals.
(Prerequisite: RDG 031 or equivalent and WLD 111)

WLD 136     ADVANCED INERT GAS WELDING     2.0 CR
This course covers the techniques for all positions of welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
(Prerequisite: RDG 031 or equivalent)

WLD 142     MAINTENANCE WELDING     3.0 CR
This course covers gas and arc welding processes used in maintenance shops. (Prerequisites:
RDG 031 or equivalent; MAT 032 or equivalent)

WLD 152     TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING     4.0 CR
Covers gas tungsten arc welding of carbon-steel filler metal and carbon-steel metals with
stainless-steel filler metals. (Prerequisite: RDG 031 or equivalent)

WLD 154     PIPE FITTING & WELDING     4.0 CR
This is a basic course in fitting and welding pipe joints, either ferrous or non-ferrous, using
standard processes. (Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent; WLD 111 and WLD 113)

WLD 201     WELDING METALLURGY     2.0 CR
This course covers the weldability of metals, weld failure, and the affects of heat on chemical,
physical, and mechanical properties.

WLD 208     ADVANCED PIPE WELDING     3.0 CR
This course is a study of advanced pipe welding. It also covers the processes to fit and weld
ferrous and non-ferrous metals. (Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent and WLD 154)

WLD 212     DESTRUCTIVE TESTING     2.0 CR
This course covers the destructive testing methods used in the evaluation of welds.
(Prerequisites: RDG 031 or equivalent and WLD 113)

If additional information is needed, please contact:

JC Clade
Department Chair
jclade@yorktech.edu



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