This program prepares the individual to obtain marketable technical skills in a variety of areas. Students will be trained in the various technologies employed in a manufacturing plant. Training in a number of different skills will give students a foundation that can lead to careers in industry or the maintenance of commercial and residential complexes. Examples of areas covered are: machining, pneumatics, hydraulics, electricity, drafting, quality control, hand tools, mechanical power and welding.
The fourth digit in the course number indicates the number of credit hours.
Requirements - 15 hours
|IET||1003||Professional Dynamics||Industrial Electronics|
|IET||1013||AC/DC Circuits||Industrial Electronics|
|IET||1113||Industrial Mechanics||Industrial Electronics|
|IET||1213||Electrical Components||Industrial Electronics|
|IET||1303||Electrical Power Systems||Industrial Electronics|
|IET 1003 Professional Dynamics may be substituted for UNIV 1001 or UNIV 1003 Principles of Academic Success|