Industrial Technology Maintenance
The PCC Industrial Technology Maintenance faculty has worked in the industry for more than 20 years and is trained on the latest technology.
The program has a hands-on philosophy and all of our classes have lab components with state-of-the-art training equipment. You will spend a majority of your time repairing and troubleshooting standard equipment that is found within modern industry facilities, preparing you for positions that are in high demand.
What will I learn?
The Industrial Technology Maintenance program will help you develop essential skills for maintaining the complex electromechanical systems found in modern automated manufacturing facilities. After completing a core of courses in math, fundamental analog, digital electronics, and programmable logic controllers, you will learn advanced concepts in electrical and mechanical systems. The program emphasizes a broader range of skills including print reading, motors and controls, and mechanical components.
The new Solar Photovoltaic Installer Certificate teaches you about safety, racking systems, and the installation of electrical and energy storage components. You’ll also learn how to inspect, test and commission the system. (This certificate is currently pending financial aid approval.)
Degree requirements – Associate of Applied Science
Total credits: 61
General education – 15 credits
Core curriculum – 46 credits
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