Industrial Maintenance Technology

AC’s Industrial Technology program provides students with a high-quality, hands-on educational experience. Graduates emerge from the program with an entry-level skillset local industry seeks. AC is committed to its goal of ensuring that all its Industrial Technology graduates achieve a level of competency and proficiency necessary for the jobs they will be performing in their chosen career field.

Industrial Maintenance Technology

What can you do with an Industrial Maintenance degree or certificate?


If you enjoy working with your hands and solving problems on machines or heaters and air conditioners, then this is the career path for you. You'll learn the skills necessary to install, operate, repair, and maintain many types of machinery. Industrial technologists go into places like plants, hotels, hospitals, apartment complexes, public schools, and restaurants to troubleshoot malfunctioning equipment. There are numerous job opportunities in industrial maintenance across the state and the nation.

Industrial Maintenance Technology

Follow your path to a Certificate or stack them to get your Degree


Enter the Workforce in as little as 1 semester

Industrial Technology Basic Core Certificate

1st Semester – 15 hrs

MCHN 1343        Machine Shop Mathematics

3 hrs

ETWR 1302         Introduction to Technical Writing

3 hrs

INMT 1305          Introduction to Industrial Maintenance

3 hrs

ELPT 1311           Basic Electrical Theory

3 hrs

Industrial Technology - Electromechanical Basic Certificate

1st Semester – 15 hrs

MCHN 1343        Machine Shop Mathematics

3 hrs

ETWR 1302         Introduction to Technical Writing

3 hrs

INMT 1305          Introduction to Industrial Maintenance

3 hrs

ELPT 1311           Basic Electrical Theory

3 hrs

2nd Semester – 15 hrs.

IEIR 1312 Distribution Systems

3 hrs

WLDG 1307 Intro to Welding Using Multi Processes

3 hrs

MCHN 1332 Bench Work and Layout

3 hrs

IEIR 1310  Motor Controls

3 hrs

Industrial Technology - Electromechanical Advanced Certificate

1st Semester – 15 hrs

MCHN 1343        Machine Shop Mathematics

3 hrs

ETWR 1302         Introduction to Technical Writing

3 hrs

INMT 1305          Introduction to Industrial Maintenance

3 hrs

ELPT 1311           Basic Electrical Theory

3 hrs

2nd Semester – 15 hrs

IEIR 1312 Distribution Systems

3 hrs

WLDG 1307 Intro to Welding Using Multi Processes

3 hrs

MCHN 1332 Bench Work and Layout

3 hrs

IEIR 1310  Motor Controls

3 hrs

3rd Semester – 15 hrs

ELMT 2341 Electromechanical Systems

3 hrs

ELMT 233 Industrial Electronics

3 hrs

ELMT 1305 Basic Fluid Power

3 hrs

Industrial Technology - Electromechanical  AAS

1st Semester – 15 hrs

MCHN 1343        Machine Shop Mathematics

3 hrs

ETWR 1302         Introduction to Technical Writing

3 hrs

INMT 1305          Introduction to Industrial Maintenance

3 hrs

ELPT 1311           Basic Electrical Theory

3 hrs

2nd Semester – 15 hrs

AUMT 2337-Automotive Electronics

3 hrs

AUMT 1310-Automotive Brake Systems

3 hrs

AUMT 1316- Automotive Suspension & Steering Systems

3 hrs

AUMT 1345 -Automotive Climate Control Systems

3 hrs

AUMT 2317-Automotive Engine Performance Analysis I

3 hrs

3rd Semester – 15 hrs

AUMT 1319-Automotive Engine Repair

3 hrs

AUMT 2313-Automotive Drive Train and Axles

3 hrs

AUMT 2325 -Automotive Automatic Transmission/Transaxle

3 hrs

AUMT 2334 - Automotive Engine Performance Analysis II

3 hrs

AUMT 2328-Automotive Services

3 hrs

4th Semester – 15 hrs

Social/Behavioral Science

3 hrs

Life& Physical Sciences/Mathematics

3 hrs

Language, Philosophy, & Culture/Creative Arts

3 hrs

ENGL 1301-Composition I

3 hrs

SPCH

3 hrs