Today’s steel industry operates at the cutting edge of material science—transforming unique chemistry grades, utilizing thermal and mechanical fine‐tuning techniques, to produce advanced steel products for automobiles, appliances, pipelines, trains, ships, construction equipment, bridges, skyscrapers, wind towers, and stadiums.
With a presence in more than 60 countries, ArcelorMittal is the world’s leading steel and mining company and leader in all major global markets, including appliances, automotive, construction, and packaging.
As part of this highly skilled, tech‐savvy and well‐paid workforce, you will be installing, maintaining, and repairing the sophisticated equipment used to satisfy customer needs, enabling ArcelorMittal and its customers to compete now and well into the future. You will work with high tech computer equipment, maintain state of the art steel manufacturing equipment, and use classroom knowledge on troubleshooting, print reading, large equipment alignment, gearing, lubrication, hydraulic systems, motors, sensors, and control modules. These experiences offer the opportunity for a long, satisfying, and high paying career in the steel industry.
Integrated Systems Technology students must meet the following core curriculum criteria to qualify:
- Candidate must submit the Steelworker for the Future® application for the program
- Candidate must have a minimum overall 2.8 GPA in the core curriculum courses
- Candidate must pass drug screenings throughout the program
The 15 credit hours of the core curriculum are these six courses:
ELT-101 Electricity & Electronics – 3
ELT‐112 Computers for Industry – 1
MTH‐133 Math for Industry – 2
IMM‐101 Mechanical Systems I – 3
IMM‐110 Hydraulics – 3
IST‐109 Prints for Industry – 3
For more information, download the Steelworker for the Future® brochure.