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IMT: Level II (Industrial Maintenance Level II) (INDMA)
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The Industrial Maintenance Technology program is designed to train students for employment and to advance in today’s technologically driven industrial workplace. The program provides students with a progression of three certificates that lead to the degree and provides current industry employees the opportunity to complete course requirements while maintaining a work schedule. Also, coursework included in the degree may transfer to a four-year college or university.

The certificate and degree programs qualify graduates for machine maintenance positions or advancement in the industrial plant.

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Semester 1
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FA2014
SP2015
INM 1205
Fluid Power
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This course includes basic hydraulics, hydraulic troubleshooting, pumps and piping system, pneumatics and pneumatic trouble shooting, as related to industry.

INM 1220
Basic A/C & Refrigeration
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Maintenance and repair of window type and central air conditioning. Emphasis on basic refrigeration theory, refrigeration components identification and operation, system charging and evacuation. Copper brazing and electrical troubleshooting residential A/C systems will also be covered.

INM 2205
Electro-Mechanics II
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This course includes electrical protective devices, AC and DC equipment controls, single-phase motors, three-phase systems and electrical troubleshooting. PREREQUISITE: INM 2200 Electro-Mechanics I or consent of instructor.

INM 2206
Program Logic Controllers I
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Includes instruction in the history of machine automation, principles of robotics, design and operational testing, system maintenance and repair procedures, robot computer systems and control language, specific system types, applications to specific industrial tasks, and safety.

Term Total
16
Program Total
16


We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any degree, certificate, or transfer program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.

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