UACCM Academics

Career-Specific Program Overview

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Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology

The Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology program is designed to prepare students in general multi-craft maintenance, preventative maintenance and troubleshooting, and safety practices that are applicable to multiple industrial settings. Students will be trained to perform a variety of skills to repair, install, adjust, and do preventive maintenance to high-tech industrial machinery. After successful completion of the program, students should be able to enter the workplace and fill highly-skilled positions which require a technician to install, operate, support, upgrade, or maintain the equipment and systems that many companies today are dependent on.

Career Opportunities

  • Field service mechanical and electrical technician
  • Industrial maintenance mechanic
  • Industrial maintenance technician
  • Machine and service electrician
  • PLC electrical technician
  • Production line maintenance mechanic
  • Systems maintenance mechanic

Degree/Certificate Requirements

Program Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully complete the Certificate of Proficiency in Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology will be able to:

  • Apply safety and first aid principles in the workplace.
  • Read, draw and interpret wiring diagrams.
  • Measure basic principles of electricity.

Program Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully complete the Certificate of Proficiency in Basic Maintenance and Safety will be able to:

  • Safety and first aid principles in the workplace.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of control and power systems.
  • Apply and measure basic principles of electricity.

Program Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully complete the Technical Certificate in Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology will be able to:

  • Apply safety and first aid principles in the workplace.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of control and power systems.
  • Read, draw and interpret wiring diagrams.
  • Measure basic principles of electricity.

Program Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully complete the Associate of Applied Science degree in Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology will be able to:

  • Apply safety and first aid principles in the workplace.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of control and power systems.
  • Apply basic principles of material handling and lifting.
  • Read, draw and interpret wiring diagrams.
  • Exhibit professional standards, ethics, and business practices.
  • Apply and measure basic principles of electricity.

Certifications

National Coalition of Certification Centers. Logo with large NC3 letters.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Logo with large OSHA letters.

OSHA 10 For General Industry

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504 Multi-Meter Certification, 575 Digital Clamp-On Meter Certification