Industrial Maintenance Technology
The Industrial Maintenance Technology program is designed to develop the broad range of skills needed by industrial technicians who work on mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, piping, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. These technicians also install, maintain, and repair specialized equipment and machinery found in various businesses and industry operations.
Industrial Maintenance Technology prepares students to continue growing in their profession as technology changes.
In the Industrial Maintenance Technology program at State Technical College of Missouri, students take courses in four different majors including Industrial Electricity (IEL); Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning Technology (HVT); Heavy Equipment Technology (HET); and Machine Tool Technology (MTT). Students also get a solid foundation in math, communications, and welding. Each student has the option to participate in an internship to learn and practice skills on the job.
Employment opportunities exist for graduates in health care facilities, hotels and resorts, manufacturing operations, public utilities, power plants, government agencies, educational institutions, retail and other operations.
Associate of Applied Science