This program qualifies for up to $8,000 in tuition assistance.
This program prepares students for entry-level positions as electrical and mechanical technicians found in bakeries, manufacturing, chemical plants and material handling and automated warehouse environments. Workers in this field maintain, calibrate, and repair the electrical, mechanical, and electronic equipment found in today’s industrial environments. This program involves cross-training in these areas of multiple, integrated systems.
After completing training in these programs, graduates will be ready to move onto a bachelor's degree program in mechanical engineering or mechanical technology.
Employment of mechanical engineers is projected to grow 9 percent from 2016 to 2026, as fast as the average for all occupations. Job prospects may be best for those who stay abreast most recent advances in technology.
This program prepares students to be interviewed for internships in manufacturing. The students gain an opportunity to explore industrial maintenance as a career.
This program integrates short, stackable certificates into a medium size certificate aligned with the postsecondary educational needs of manufacturing and transportation and logistics employers. The certificate introduces topics covering the installation, configuration, and maintenance of automated handling equipment.
This program prepares students to upgrade their skills to work in career fields of industrial maintenance. This certificate prepares students for entry-level positions in industrial maintenance and fluid power. Industrial maintenance personnel often work with hydraulic and pneumatic systems and controls.
This program prepares students to work in career fields of industrial electrical maintenance. Students will receive training in electrical controls. Students will learn about industrial electrical controls. Jobs in industrial electrical controls can be found in such career fields as electrical and electronics installers and repairers.
This program prepares students to work in career fields of industrial maintenance. Students will receive training in mechanical drive, fluid power, and electrical control systems. Students will learn about the basic concepts that support these systems, installation and troubleshooting.
This program prepares students to work in career fields of industrial maintenance mechanic. Students will receive training in mechanical drive systems using belts, chains, and gears. Students will learn about drive systems installation and alignment. Jobs working with mechanical drive systems can be found in such career areas as industrial machinery mechanics.
This program prepares students to work in career fields of automated industrial controls. Students will receive training in electrical controls and PLCs. Students will learn about industrial electrical controls and programmable logic controllers. Jobs in PLCs can be found in such career fields as electrical and electronics installers and repairers.
Career Connections Program
|Program Name||Type of Credential||Curriculum Code||Department or Division|
|Fluid Power Technician||Certificate||1367||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Industrial Controls Technician||Certificate||1364||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Industrial Maintenance Technician||Certificate||1368||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Integrated Systems Technology||A.A.S.||1403||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Manufacturing Intern||Certificate||1404||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Mechanical Drive Technician||Certificate||1366||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|PLC Technician||Certificate||1365||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Plant Engineering Mechanic||Certificate||1405||Computer Integrated Technologies|
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