Associate's degree, Employment, Measurable skills gain
Method of Delivery
Hybrid or blended
Daytime Hours, Evening Hours
Instructional Program (CIP)
Students enrolled in the industrial maintenance technology program will learn how to install, maintain and repair the different types of machinery used in an endless array of modern power transmission applications. They will also learn the correct process for installation, alignment, and maintenance procedures of various machinery components including setting and alignment of conveyors, gears, gearboxes, couplings, and sheave belt systems. Additionally, they will become knowledgeable in the safe use of equipment and tools, blueprint reading, precision measurement, steel identification, fabrication techniques, and fastener identification. These are the required skills of high-tech professionals who work in mines, paper mills, hospitals, and manufacturing. Companies of all classifications require the services of skilled industrial maintenance technicians to keep their operations running smoothly. Students entering this program should have mechanical aptitude, communication skills and the ability to read and comprehend service literature.
High School Diploma or Equivalent
WIOA Approved Program
5040 - Southwest
Name of Credential
Type of financial aid offered or have access to
Is the proposed curriculum currently certified by an accrediting agency or similar national standardization program?
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for women?
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for men?
$11,190.00 Tuition and general fees for program
$16,500.00 Tuition and general fees for program
Supplies/Materials/Hand Tools (not included in tuition)
$770.00 Kit and Uniform
Total In-State Program Cost
Total Out-of-State Program Cost