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Industrial Mechanics Associate of Applied Science Degree


Industrial Mechanics Associate of Applied Science Degree

Upon completion of the Associate of Applied Science Degree, students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate mechanical reasoning, form perception and spatial relations.

  2. Demonstrate the attributes of working collaboratively or independently under supervision.

  3. Demonstrate the proper setup of basic industrial mechanics equipment.

  4. Demonstrate the application of and the ability to properly use specialty tools used in the industrial mechanics trade.

  5. Demonstrate form perception and spatial relations in the common construction of pumps and motors drives installation and operation.

  6. Demonstrate the skills necessary for programming Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC).

This degree can be completed through a mix of face-to-face classes and online classes. The program is designed to take two years to complete and is comprised of the following suggested pathway or course of study.


Degree Requirements

First Year

DFTG 1309 BASIC COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING

3 credit hours

INMT 1305 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE

3 credit hours

HYDR 1345 HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS

3 credit hours

INMT 2303 PUMPS, COMPRESSORS & MECHANICAL DRIVES

3 credit hours

Total Credit Hours: 12

Second Semester

ELPT 1319 FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICITY I

3 credit hours

ELPT 1341 MOTOR CONTROL

3 credit hours

ELPT 2305 MOTORS AND TRANSFORMERS

3 credit hours

ELPT 2319 PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS I

3 credit hours

TECM 1301 INDUSTRIAL MATHEMATICS

3 credit hours

Total Credit Hours: 15

Third Semester (Summer)

INMT 2345 INDUSTRIAL TROUBLESHOOTING

3 credit hours

Total Credit Hours: 3

Fourth Semester

ELPT 1325 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE I

3 credit hours

SPCH 1318 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

3 credit hours

OSHT 1320 ENERGY INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

3 credit hours

BMGT 2309 LEADERSHIP

3 credit hours

ENGL 1301 COMPOSITION I

3 credit hours

Total Credit Hours: 15

Fifth Semester

MATH 1314 COLLEGE ALGEBRA

3 credit hours

ARTS 1301 ART APPRECIATION

3 credit hours

BMGT 1327 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

3 credit hours

HIST 1301 UNITED STATES HISTORY I

3 credit hours

INMT 2380 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION-MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

3 credit hours

Total Credit Hours: 15

Total Credit Hours: 60

Capstone Requirement: INMT 2380 Cooperative Education is the capstone experience and may not be substituted. It should be taken the last semester before graduation.