The Industrial Maintenance program prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair and maintain industrial machinery and equipment such as cranes, pumps, engines and motors, pneumatic tools, conveyor systems, production machinery, marine deck machinery, and steam propulsion, refinery, and pipeline-distribution systems. The industrial maintenance program option offers an Associate of Applied Science, a certificate, a short certificate and a short certificate in MSSC-Certified Production Technician.
Additional, certifications offered in the Industrial Maintenance program are:
- NCCER Core
- MSSC CPT
- Lift Truck Certification
- 10 Hour OSHA
Cost of Attendance
Fees are approximate and subject to change without prior notification. Not all fees are applicable. Fees will vary and are based on financial aid, scholarships, and where additional items are purchased.
|Industrial Maintenance||Total Program Cost|
|Tuition & Fees for the degree||72 total credit hours at $164 per credit hour: $11,808.00|
|Materials & Supplies||$500|
|Lift Truck / 10 Hour OSHA Certification||$35|
|Graduation Application Fee||$67|
|Industrial Maintenance Program Total (Approximate)||$12,410.00|
Employment information in this can be found by clicking Bureau of Labor Statistics.