Degree Plans - Industrial Maintenance Technology (AAS)

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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 and print reading, maintenance concepts (mechanical and electrical), mechanical drives, piping, boiler operation, rigging, and pneumatics and hydraulics.

During the second year, students are introduced to pumps and compressors as well as motors, transformers, programmable logic controllers, and principles of heating and cooling. While in this program, students gain experience and skills in a wide variety of disciplines, such as mechanical, electrical, and HVAC/R.

 

Catalog Year
2019-2020
Degree Type
AAS
Available Online
No
Available Hybrid
No
TSI
Complete
Degree Plan
Major Courses 45 Credits

INMT 1305 Introduction to Industrial Maintenance

 

CETT 1302 Electricity Principles

 

INMT 2301 Machinery Installation

 

CBFM 1407 Boiler Operation

 

HYDR 1301 Rigging & Conveying Systems

 

HYDR 1345 Hydraulics and Pneumatics

 
PFPB 2308 Piping Standards and Materials  
INMT 2388 Internship- Manufacturing Technology/Technician  

HART 1407 Refrigeration Principles

 
ELPT 2319 Programmable Logic Controllers  
INMT 2303 Pumps, Compressors, & Mechanical Drives  
ELPT 2305 Motors and Transformers  
HART 1403 Air Conditioning Control Principles  
INMT 2345 Industrial Troubleshooting*  
General Education Courses 15 Credits

Every Associate of Applied Science degree plan must contain at least 15 semester hours of general education courses. At least one course must be taken from each of the following areas: humanities/fine arts (language, philosophy & culture/creative arts), social/behavioral science (social and behavioral sciences/American history/government/ political science), and natural science/mathematics (life and physical sciences/mathematics).

Major Courses:  45
General Education Courses 15
Total Semester Hours: 60

Recommended Course Sequence:

First Semester Credit Hours

INMT 1305 Introduction to Industrial Maintenance

3

CETT 1302 Electricity Principles

3

INMT 2301 Machinery Installation

3

ENGL 1301 Composition I

3

MATH 1314 College Algebra OR MATH 1316 OR MATH 1324 OR MATH 1332

3
Second Semester Credit Hours

CBFM 1407 Boiler Operation

4

HYDR 1301 Rigging & Conveying Systems

3

HYDR 1345 Hydraulics and Pneumatics

3

PFPB 2308 Piping Standards and Materials

3
SPCH 1321 Bus. & Professional Communication 3
Summer I Credit Hours

INMT 2388 Internship- Manufacturing Technology/Technician OR WLDG 1307

3
Third Semester Credit Hours

HART 1407 Refrigeration Principles

4

ELPT 2319 Programmable Logic Controllers I

3
INMT 2303 Pumps, Compressors, & Mechanical Drives 3

xxxx x3xx Government/Political Science Core OR ECON 2301 OR PSYC 2301 OR SOCI 1301

3
Fourth Semester Credit Hours

ELPT 2305 Motors and Transformers

3

HART 1403 Air Conditioning Control Principles

4
INMT 2345 Industrial Troubleshooting* 3

PHIL 2306 Introduction to Ethics

3
Total Semester Hours 60

Courses titled in bold type represent general education courses.

*Capstone – Must be taken in the last semester.

NOTE: Applicants must meet the admission requirements for TJC, meet minimum standards on the TSI assessments in reading, writing, and math and achieve minimum scores on the Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test.

NOTE: Department-specific courses must be taken in sequence and may have a prerequisite course. Exceptions must be approved in writing by the department chair. All new students are required to attend industrial maintenance technology orientation.