Students earning the Mechanical Maintenance certificate learn skills in power trains, drive components, mechanical alignment of couplings, pumps and motors, and troubleshooting.
Please note: A student’s readiness to perform college-level coursework is based on the student's placement test and/or ACT scores. Below 1000 level coursework may be required prior to the student taking courses in the suggested sequences below. The certificate for Mechanical Maintenance requires 34 credits in the courses listed below. Please meet with a Faculty or Program Advisor to discuss the details.
Consider joining or visiting with a professional, cultural or interest-based Student Club. If you have any questions about the certificate requirements, please contact a Faculty or Program Advisor to discuss the details.
|ELMEC 1101||Survey of Automation||3|
|ELMEC 1110||Motor and Generator Fundamentals||3|
|ELMEC 1130||Industrial Electricity||3|
|ELMEC 1141||Hydraulics and Pneumatics||3|
|ELMEC 1150||National Electrical Code||3|
|ELMEC 1171||Introduction to Robotic Technology||3|
|ELMEC 1420||Drive Components||2|
|ELMEC 1190||Intro to Programmable Logic Controllers||3|
|ELECT 1100||Electricity and Electronics Fundamentals||3|
|MANUF 1104||Technical Mechanics||2|
|MANUF 1151||Machine Shop I||3|
|WELD 1100||Welding I||3|
Scott Banjavcic, Ph.D., P.E.
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3436H
Alyssa J. Pasquale, Ph.D.
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3E01
David S. Smith, Ph.D.
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3E10B
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Division
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2E06, (630) 942-3210