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Industrial Maintenance Tier I
Certificate of Technical Studies Degree
This is program is currently under review - please contact Flathead Valley Community College: http://catalog.fvcc.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=4&poid=742&returnto=223
This program will be taught through a course-sharing arrangement with Flathead Valley Community College in Kalispell, Montana.
Industrial maintenance refers to the career path of providing maintenance, troubleshooting and repair, and improvement of complex machines and automation systems to support manufacturing and other industries. The industrial maintenance field has experienced and is projected to grow at above average rates during the next 10 years. An industrial mechanic employs a wide range of skills including electrical and electronics, machining, welding, and hydraulics in order to maintain industrial systems.
More information about this program can be found at: http://catalog.fvcc.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=4&poid=742&returnto=223
Graduates are prepared to:
- Understand and use Ohm's Law in practical situations
- Demonstrate the use of test equipment to troubleshoot
- Describe the features associated with static electricity
- Use tools and equipment to form and shape various materials in a manufacturing laboratory setting
- Discuss processes necessary to cast and mold materials in a manufacturing laboratory environment
- Use tools and equipment to machine various materials
- Safely operate basic machinery and equipment
- Read and understand the various symbols an features of a blueprint
- Distinguish between various views represented on typical manufacturing blueprints
- Locate materials list and identify the material call-outs on lists of materials
- Read and interpret information on various manufacturing blueprint drawings
- Identify features contained on a blueprint in relation to actual work piece and identify features of the design part in relation to machining production methods
- Organize and develop a logical written representation of one's thoughts; craft and execute a variety of professional quality correspondence, including a resume
- Recognize a situation that requires first aid and/or CPR, and then use the appropriate skills for that situation.
Estimated Resident Program Cost*
|Tuition and Fees||$1,565|
|Online Course Fees||$270|
Fall 2016 MUS Student Health Insurance Premiums will be changing. Please check the Health Insurance website and/or Student Central for confirmed premium rates. Students will be charged an additional fee of $21 per credit for online/hybrid courses.
Many students need preliminary math and writing courses before enrolling in the program requirements. These courses may increase the total number of program credits. Students should review their math and writing placement before planning out their full program schedules.
|ECP 104||Workplace Safety +||1|
|M 111||Technical Mathematics **,+||3|
|ELCT 100||Introduction to Electricity +||3|
|MCH 101||Introduction to Manufacturing Processes +||1|
|MCH 120||Blueprint Reading and Intrepretation for Machining +||3|
|MCH 129||Machine Quality Control and Precision Measurements +||3|
|MCH 132||Introduction to Engine Lathes *,+||4|
Indicates prerequisites needed.
Placement in course(s) is determined by placement assessment.
A grade of C- or above is required for graduation.