Industrial Systems Technology (D50240)
The Industrial Systems Technology curriculum is designed to prepare or upgrade individuals to service, maintain, repair, or install equipment. Instruction includes theory and skill training needed for inspecting, testing, troubleshooting, and diagnosing industrial systems.
Students will learn multi-craft technical skills in blueprint reading, mechanical systems maintenance, electricity, hydraulics/pneumatics, welding, machining or fabrication, and includes various diagnostic and repair procedures. Practical application in these industrial systems will be emphasized and additional advanced course work may be offered.
Upon completion of this curriculum, graduates should be able to individually, or with a team, safely install, inspect, diagnose, repair, and maintain industrial process and support equipment. Students will also be encouraged to develop their skills as life-long learners.
Students enrolling in this program must purchase student accident insurance.
|BPR 135||Schematics and Diagrams||2||0||2|
|ELC 114||Commercial Wiring||2||6||4|
|ISC 112||Industrial Safety||2||0||2|
|MAT 110||Math Measurement and Literacy (or higher)||2||2||3|
|WBL 110||World of Work||1||0||1|
|ELC 112||DC/AC Electricity||3||6||5|
|ELN 231||Industrial Controls||2||3||3|
|MNT 160||Industrial Fabrication||1||3||2|
|WLD 112||Basic Welding Processes||1||3||2|
|MNT 110||Introduction to Maintenance Procedures||1||3||2|
|MNT 240||Industrial Equipment Troubleshooting||1||3||2|
|Communication Elective – Choose one of the following: UGETC: COM 110, COM 120, ENG 110, ENG 111|
1. Read and interpret schematics and diagrams as they relate to industry
2. Analyze and troubleshoot hydraulic and pneumatic circuits
3. Apply maintenance procedures to industrial electro-mechanical systems
4. Fabricate basic parts to specifications
Interpersonal Skills and Teamwork – The ability to work effectively with others, especially to analyze situations, establish priorities, and apply resources for solving problems or accomplishing tasks.
Communication – The ability to effectively exchange ideas and information with others through oral, written, or visual means.
Integrity and Professionalism – Workplace behaviors that relate to ethical standards, honesty, fairness, respect, responsibility, self-control, criticism and demeanor.
Problem-solving – The ability to identify problems and potential causes while developing and implementing practical action plans for solutions.
Initiative and Dependability – Workplace behaviors that relate to seeking out new responsibilities, establishing and meeting goals, completing tasks, following directions, complying with rules, and consistent reliability.
Information processing – The ability to acquire, evaluate, organize, manage, and interpret information.
Adaptability and Lifelong Learning – The ability to learn and apply new knowledge and skills and adapt to changing technologies, methods, processes, work environments, organizational structures and management practices.
Entrepreneurship – The knowledge and skills necessary to create opportunities and develop as an employee or self-employed business owner.