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Mechanical/Electrical Maintenance
26 Hours Minimum

Mechanical/Electrical Maintenance Program Description

The Mechanical/Electrical Maintenance program is intended for the individual who wishes to upgrade skills or prepare for a career as a maintenance mechanic or industrial electrician. The mechanical/electrical maintenance person is employed to support manufacturing or large building complexes. They are asked to accomplish a variety of tasks depending on the day-to-day needs of their employer.

A person interested in pursuing education and employment in this area should have high mechanical aptitude and the ability to troubleshoot complex systems. Each individual has the opportunity to select areas of concentration. All courses on the optional course list (see Program Requirements) are resident in either the Industrial Electrical or the Maintenance Mechanic Technology program.

The Mechanical/Electrical Maintenance Certificate provides the student the opportunity to earn a certificate, enter the workforce and then continue towards an Associate Degree without losing potential wages. Students wishing to pursue an Associate Degree should discuss this desire with their advisor to ensure no loss of credit.

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