INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE
A graduate of the Electrical Maintenance program will be involved in the maintenance and repair of electrical and electronic manufacturing systems commonly used on the factory floor today. Troubleshooting and problem-solving skills will be a requirement of the position due to the complex nature of the computerized control systems in use today.
Most graduates will find employment in both large and small manufacturing companies. They may also find work in government agencies, service organizations, technical sales, or research and development activities.
The individual that has an interest in knowing how things work, determining how to fix things and make them run better, and has an interest in problem-solving may find the Electrical Maintenance program an approachable career choice. The individual should have an interest in and an aptitude for mathematics and science.
The student in the Electrical Maintenance program will study DC/AC circuits, microcomputer programming, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, troubleshooting and repair, digital electronics, microprocessors, programmable logic controllers, data communication systems, and instrumentation.
The Associate of Applied Science degree is awarded upon completion of this program.
Program Learning Outcomes