B.T.C. Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Student Outcomes:

  1. Describe and conduct safe work practices in laboratory and industrial environments.
  2. Identify and apply societal and regulatory codes and standards.
  3. Describe fundamental mechanical principles, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and equipment design.
  4. Conduct basic maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of common industrial mechanical systems.
  5. Identify technical documentation.
  6. Demonstrate basic structural welding.
  7. Demonstrate basic computer-aided drafting and design.
  8. Identify commissioning practices for equipment setup and alignment.
  9. Recognize specific equipment applications for reactive, preventive, predictive, and proactive maintenance.

Major Requirements

Choose two credits from the following:2
Engineering Technology Orientation
and Introduction to an Industrial Environment Laboratory
Industrial Safety and Regulations
ESET 1118Industrial Maintenance Mechanic I2
ESET 1118LIndustrial Maintenance Mechanic Lab I1
ESET 1119Industrial Maintenance Mechanic II2
ESET 1119LIndustrial Maintenance Mechanic Lab II1
ESET 1123Mechanical Power Transmission I2
ESET 1123LMechanical Power Transmission Laboratory I2
ESET 1125Introduction to Structural Welding1
ESET 1126Introduction to Mechanical Drafting and Computer Aided Design1
ESET 1127Mechanical Power Transmission II2
ESET 1127LMechanical Power Transmission Laboratory II2
Total Credits18