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Industrial Maintenance Certificate
Semester Hours:  18
Effective Term: Fall 2019
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None


Program Description: The Industrial Maintenance Certificate provides students the opportunity to gain knowledge, skills, and an understanding of the concepts and applications of industrial maintenance. Upon completion of the certificate, students will have the abilities and skills needed to support employment in the manufacturing industry. The certificate was developed in cooperation with automated manufacturing industries.

Recommended Proficiencies: Ability to be a tactile learner, willingness to work in a repetitive environment.

Course Requirements
Industrial Maintenance Certificate
Total Credits: 18

ELC 122 Direct Current and Alternating Current Circuit Analysis (3)
ELC 128 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers (3)
ELC 220 Active Circuits (3)
MET 132 Fluid Power - Hydraulics/Pneumatics (3)
MET 221 Electro-Mechanical Technology(3)

MET 125 Principles of Fabrication (3)
OR
WLD 110 Survey of Welding or higher (3)


Other Requirements:
Students must earn:
-a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of at least a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale;
-at least one-third of the certificate credits from CAC.

Program Measurable Student Learning Outcomes
1. (Application Level) Use critical thinking to problem solve machining based challenges. (CSLO 2,4)
2. (Synthesis Level) Create class projects to solve problems using a team approach and working in a safe, professional manner. (CSLO 1,2,3,4)
3. (Analysis Level) Analyze and solve problems using technical reference manuals and technical support materials. (CSLO 2,4)
4. (Application Level) Apply math computational concepts and principles to problem solve. (CSLO 2,4)
5. (Application Level) Use appropriate test and measuring instrumentation to define solutions to problems. (CSLO 2,4)
6. (Evaluation Level) Interpret schematics of basic fluid power, electronics and other drawing typically used in manufacturing industries to problem solve. (CSLO 2,4)
7. (Application Level) Identify, discuss and demonstrate the components of a programmable logic controller (PLC) system. (CSLO 2,4)
8. (Synthesis Level) Create programs using logic symbols, timers, counters, math functions and sub routines. (CSLO 2,4)
9. (Evaluation Level) Apply manufacturing industry tools, materials, processes, procedures, and problem solving strategies to real world problems and justify your methods. (CSLO 1,2,3,4)
Standards for Program
None