Electronic Systems Installation & Maintenance - IEM
Credits Required for Graduation: 31.00
This program focuses on in-plant Industrial Electronics Maintenance with emphasis on basic electrical knowledge, motors, motor controls and programmable logic controllers. These entry-level graduates will be prepared to work with journeymen electricians and electromechanical technicians to perform the basic installation, maintenance and repair activities on industrial electronic equipment. The IEM program also includes basic skills training in hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical drives, pumps, gearboxes, welding and machining to provide a general maintenance background.
This program is designed for traditional students as well as incumbent or dislocated workers. Individuals who are currently employed will find this program to be an excellent opportunity to upgrade their basic electrical skills and other areas of industrial electronics maintenance. Dislocated workers from the areas of production, manufacturing, agriculture or warehousing can utilize this training to supplement their current skill set in order to make them more viable candidates for future employment in the maintenance field. Necessary math skills are taught as part of the electrical courses in a strictly applied manner.
Completion of this program concentration will also satisfy 22 credits of the Electromechanical Technology A.A.S program.