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Campus: Boulder County Campus

Industrial Maintenance Certificate

My Academic Plan

Courses are displayed to show the fastest path to your certificate and should be completed in the order listed. If you are unable to complete all courses listed in a semester, complete as many courses in this sequence as your schedule allows. If you have questions or concerns about your MAP, please see your Pathways Advisor.

Program Description

This program is designed for students wanting to complete a two semester Certificate in Industrial Maintenance Technology and enter the workforce. This is the second in a series of three stackable certificates. During the first semester students study manufacturing fundamentals such as safety, print reading, basic machining, and electrical fundamentals. The second semester engages students in an intensive hands-on study of industrial wiring and control cabinets, hydraulic and pneumatic fluid power systems, safe rigging practices, preventive maintenance and documentation, and mechanical power transmission systems. Students who complete this certificate are prepared to enter the workforce as industrial maintenance technicians.

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First Semester

Course NumberTitleCredits
MTE 105Safety Manufacturing Environment

1

MTE 106Print Reading for Manufacturing

3

MAC 101Introduction to Machine Shop

3

MATH MAT 108/121/122/125/166/201 or Higher

3

ELT 106Fundamentals of DC/AC

4

Total Credit Hours:14

Semester Note: ELT 106 is offered in fall semesters.

Upon completion of MTE 105MTE 106MAC 101MAT 108 or higher, and ELT 106, you should apply for the Manufacturing Fundamentals Certificate.

Second Semester

Course NumberTitleCredits
ELT 254Industrial Wiring

3

ELT 252Motors and Controls

3

EIC 168Maintenance Management

1

MIL 101Lifting Devices

1

MTE 238Fluid Power Control

3

IMA 120Industrial Rotating Equipment

3

Total Credit Hours:14

Total Credit Hours: 28

Important Program Notes:

If you take MAT 108 or more credits in mathematics than are listed, it will increase the total credits for the degreeYou must complete 28 credits to earn your Industrial Maintenance Certificate. You should not exceed 29 creditsYou may want to check with your advisor to monitor your completion progress and select your electives.

Industrial Maintenance Certificate cohort begins in the fall semester.