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Industrial Maintenance Technology A.S. Degree (09550.AS)

School of Agriculture and Industrial Technology

Industrial Technology is a program which blends technical, scientific, and business principles, and which prepares versatile individuals for technological management, production supervision, and related leadership positions.

An Associate of Science Degree in Industrial Maintenance Technology is available for students who successfully complete the graduation requirements and complete the following certificate program. For successful completion, a student must complete the requirements with a minimum grade of a ā€œCā€ (or P) in each course with a grade point average of 2.0 or higher

Program Student Learning Outcomes

A. Explain the basic theory of the subject matter or industrial system for the course of instruction based on industry standards.

B. Analyze a scenario based upon an industrial equipment system failure/problem/complaint.

C. Employ a systematic approach to troubleshooting an industrial system malfunction and prepare an effective repair solution.

D. Analyze component failures to determine the root cause of the component failure.

E. Verify if the path of repair was correct by testing and/or completing a work order/report.

F. Demonstrate the correct usage of tools/supplies required to diagnose/repair a malfunction

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Program Requirements:

Program Core: (39 Units)


ELCT-41 Industrial Motor and Equipment Control


ELCT-47 Electrical Motors, Generators, Transformers, and AC Distribution


ELCT-52 Introduction to Electricity and Electronics


INDT-25 Fluid Power


INDT-40 Commercial Refrigeration Systems


INDT-41 Industrial Power Transmission


INDT-49 Electrical Codes and Ordinances


INDT-51 HVAC - Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems


INDT-52 Refrigerant Usage Certification and R-410A Safety


INDT-56 Industrial Facilities Maintenance


WELD-06 Fundamentals of Oxy-Fuel Welding and Shielded Metal Arc Welding


WELD-07 Fundamentals of T.I.G. and M.I.G. Welding


WELD-51 Introduction to Pipe Welding


Required Major Total: (39 Units)

Completion of MCCD-GE Breadth: (23 units)

Elective (as needed to reach 60 units) Units: (0 Units)

Total Degree Units: (62 Units)

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Contact Information


Bryan Tassey


(209) 384-6250

School Office

AGIT Office


(209) 381-6478

Industrial Tech Website