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Industrial Maintenance Technology - Associate of Applied Science

Industrial maintenance technicians install, maintain and repair all types of machinery used in an endless array of modern power transmission applications. Mines, paper mills, hospitals and manufacturing companies of all sorts require the services of skilled industrial maintenance technicians to keep their operations running smoothly. Industrial maintenance technicians are often employed in machine repair departments or may be referred to as millwrights.

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Total Credits Required for Degree 64

Liberal Studies 8

Health Promotion 1

Technical Concentration 37
         ET 100 Fundamentals of Electricity (2 cr.) and
         ET 101 Principles of Electrical Wiring (2 cr.)

Other Required Courses 8
CIS/IS Electives 4

General Electives 10

Mining Option

Students considering future employment with Michigan Mining Company-Cliffs Incorporated should make the following course selections in their program: MA 104 College Algebra with Applications in the Sciences and Technologies, in place of MA 100 Intermediate Algebra, and PH 201 College Physics I and MET 213 Material Science I as general electives.