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Industrial Repair Technology - General Technology, AAS


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Program Start Date: Any Term
Minimum Program Length: 74 academic weeks; 5 terms day; 63 credits
Curriculum Code: 35318

Program Description

The Industrial Repair Technology Program is designed to prepare students for employment in the industrial maintenance field. This program includes theory and skill training in basic electricity, industrial computers, mechanical systems, preventive maintenance and installation.

Professional Experience

Students learn to properly service, maintain, repair and/or install industrial equipment or equipment parts for a wide range of industrial machinery. Problem-solving skills included in the curriculum teach students how to perform routine maintenance, basic diagnostic tests, check performance, and test damaged machine parts to determine whether major repairs are necessary.

Professional Opportunities

Industrial repairer, plant mechanic, machine rebuilder, mechanical technician, machine installer, equipment rigger, millwright, and team leader/ supervisor.

Unique Aspects

This degree allows students to participate in co-op work experiences or take secondary technical electives to learn the skills required in a particular manufacturing industry. Students must complete the Industrial Repair certificate prior to being accepted into this degree. Graduates may apply credits earned in the Industrial Repair degree program as a career ladder program to gain additional credentials in more specific, degree programs such as Automated Manufacturing, Industrial Electronics, Machine Tool, Mechatronics or Production Associate Technology. See a program advisor for details on specific program details.

EEDA Career Cluster:

Manufacturing, Agriculture, Food &Natural Resources; Transportation, Distribution & Logistics; Architectural & Construction; Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematic

Secondary Technical Specialty: 12 Credits


(select 12 credits)

Total Credits: 63


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Fifth Semester


  • Humanities/Fine Arts General Education Course Credits: 3
    (Choose 1 course from the Humanities/Fine Arts Section above).
  • Social/Behavioral Sciences General Education Course Credits: 3
    (Choose 1 course from the Social/Behavioral Sciences Section above).
  • Secondary Technical Specialty Credits: 3
    ​(Select 1 course from the Secondary Technical Specialty Section above).
  • Secondary Technical Specialty Credits: 3
    ​(Select 1 course from the Secondary Technical Specialty Section above).  

Total Credits: 63


Program Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate understanding of the theory and operation of basic industrial systems.
  2. Read and understand blueprints and schematic diagrams.
  3. Install and connect components and circuits used in basic industrial systems.
  4. Function effectively as a member of a technical team.
  5. Analyze, test, troubleshoot and repair components and circuits used in basic industrial systems.
  6. Demonstrate the ability to speak publicly, listen actively, and respond effectively.

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