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Associate of Science in Industrial Maintenance Tech

Students will study and master the basic principles, applications, concepts and functions of hydraulic systems, bearing and seal types, and power transmission components.

Students in our Industrial Maintenance Technology program learn to:

- Apply basic concepts of electrical theory related to motor control
- Operate and maintain machinery and machinery components such as industrial bearings, gear systems and shaft joining and coupling devices
- Perform advanced hydraulic testing procedures, maintenance and hydraulic systems operation
- Program, install and perform diagnostic functions on programmable logic controllers (PLCs)
- Use a computer and associated hardware and software to generate documents, prepare electronic spreadsheets, manage databases, conduct internet research and communicate via electronic mail
- Demonstrate the ability to apply critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and professionalism

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