MIT: Industrial Maintenance Technology

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The skills of an industrial maintenance technician continue to change tremendously as new technologies are developed. More and more companies are looking for maintenance technicians that have an understanding of all the technical fields needed to diagnose and to correct those technical problems experienced in industry. The Industrial Maintenance Technology program teaches those vital skills that industry has told us they are looking for in maintenance personnel. This is accomplished by teaching why things work the way they do and demonstrated with hands-on application in a simulated industrial setting. The program is intentionally designed so students can personalize their education with technical electives that interest them. Let us work with you in achieving a rewarding career in Industrial Maintenance.   Check out our flyer.

Credential Opportunities

Degree

Diploma

Certificates

Length of Program

Students seeking an Associate in Applied Science degree can complete the program in four or five semesters by completing a total of 64-68 credit hours.  Those seeking a diploma can complete their plan of study in four semesters by completing a total of 49-53 credit hours of technical and general education courses.  Certificates embedded within the diploma may be awarded as credential requirements are met.  Day classes and some evening classes are offered during two 16-week semesters (August-December and January-May) each academic year.   

Admission Requirements

There are no special admission requirements for this program.  Please consult WKCTC's general admission requirements.  

Industry Related Associations:

Industrial Machinery Mechanics in Kentucky, Workforce Kentucky     

Contact Information

Tim Driver, Program Coordinator
tim.driver@kctcs.edu
270-534-3433  

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