Industrial Maintenance Technology
The Industrial Maintenance program offers both the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree and a number of certificates (see requirements for the A.A.S. degree programs). The Industrial Maintenance certificates allow options in Hydraulics or Welding. The program offers additional certificates in surface maintenance mechanics, underground mechanics and a certificate for apprentice power plant mechanics. After completing the required courses listed, the student may apply and receive a certificate. After completing the required credits and all degree requirements the students may apply to receive an A.A.S. degree.
Certificates are typically short, concentrated programs of study, within a particular field, ranging from 14 credits to 40. Many are designed to develop the core job skills for a particular business or industry in one year or less of full-time enrollment. Although these are not intended to be transfer programs, some students transfer to specialized schools or programs.
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