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Industrial Maintenance

Overview

The Industrial Maintenance program at ASUN teaches students a broad array of job-ready skills in integrating technologies, especially those needed for today's complex modern devices. Students receive practical hands-on experience in mechanical, electrical, fluid power, welding and software to enable students to work effectively in virtually any industrial environment. And because safety in an industrial environment is critical, students will learn and practice standard industrial safety practices and methods which support a safe workplace. The program of study includes how to troubleshoot, repair, install and maintain industrial manufacturing equipment utilizing team work, punctuality and life skills needed for future success in the industrial environment. Students who have completed the Industrial Maintenance program have been hired by companies such as Unilever, Frito Lay, Baxter Healthcare Corporation and many others.

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"I came to school to better myself so I'd have a leg up on other people. Like my instructor always says - 'we have to do our best and give it our all.' I love the program and the environment."

Adrian Cunningham
Industrial Maintenance Student
Industrial Maintenance
Associate of Applied Science

Length of Program: 2 years

Total Program Cost: $10,549

Campus Availability: Jonesboro

Course Availability: Fall & Spring

Courses:

Prerequisites

ENG 0051 Writing Seminar
ENG 0053 English Fundamentals

Required

General Education Core (16 credit hours)
ENG 1003 Freshman English I
ENG 1013 Freshman English II
MATH 1013 Mathematical Applications
PHSC 1201 Physical Science Lab
PHSC 1203 Physical Science

Social Science Elective (3 credit hours)  

Major Technical Discipline (16 credit hours)
MIS 1033 Intro to Computers
TECH 1033 Computer Aided Design (CAD)
TECH 1043 Principles of Industrial Hydraulics
WELD 1403 Manufacturing Safety
WELD 1204 Intro to Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) Welding

Elective

Maintenance Option (15 credit hours)
TECH 1023 Industrial Mechanical Maintenance
TECH 1053 Basic Electrical Schematics and Motor Control
TECH 1063 Principles of Industrial Automation
TECH 1073 Mechatronics
TECH 1093 Industrial Process Controls

Welding Option (18 credit hours)
WELD 1304 Intro to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
WELD 1404 Intro to Tungsten Inert Gas Welding (TIG) Welding
WELD 2204 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) Welding 
WELD 2413 Welding Fabrication
WELD 2513 Blueprint Reading
Technology Electives (10 credit hours)

Information Technology Option (14 credit hours)
MIS 1443 Technical Comp Applications
TCOM 1012 Security/Alarm
TCOM 1103 Introduction to Networking
TCOM 1233 Personal Computers (PCs) for Telecom I
TCOM 1303 Personal Computers (PCs) for Telecom II
Technology Electives (14 credit hours)

Technology Electives:
MIS 1443 Technical Computer Applications
TCOM 1003 Installer
TCOM 1012 Security and Alarm Systems
TCOM 1103 Introduction to Networking
TCOM 1233 Personal Computers (PCs) for Telecom I
TCOM 1303 Personal Computers (PCs) for Telecom II
TECH 1023 Industrial Mechanical Maintenance
TECH 1033 Computer Aided Design (CAD)
TECH 1043 Principles of Industrial Automation
TECH 1053 Basic Electrical Schematics and Motor Control
TECH 1063 Principles of Industrial Automation
TECH 1073 Mechatronics
TECH 1083 Industrial Motor Controls and PLC’s
TECH 1093 Industrial Process Controls
WELD 1304 Intro to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
WELD 1404 Intro to Tungsten Inert Gas Welding (TIG) Welding
WELD 2204 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) Welding
WELD 2304 Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
WELD 2204 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) Welding
WELD 2413 Welding Fabrication
WELD 2513 Blueprint Reading
WELD 2613 Welding Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree Plan

Technical Certificate

Length of Program: 11 Months

Total Program Cost: $6,900

Gainful Employment Information

Campus Availability: Jonesboro

Course Availability: Fall, Spring & Summer I/II

Courses:

Prerequisites

ENG 0051 Writing Seminar
ENG 0053 English Fundamentals

Required

ENG 1233 Technical Communications
MATH 1103 Technical Mathematics
TECH 1033 Computer Aided Design (CAD)
TECH 1043 Principles of Industrial Hydraulics
WELD 1403 Manufacturing Safety
WELD 1204 Introduction to MIG Welding
MIS 1033 Introduction to Computers
TECH 1023 Industrial Mechanical Maintenance
TECH 1053 Basic Electrical Schematics and Motor Control
WELD 2413 Welding Fabrication
WELD 2513 Blueprint Reading
TCOM 1103 Introduction to Networking
TCOM 1012 Security and Alarms

Technical Certificate Degree Plan