2018-2019 Academic Bulletin & Student Handbook

Industrial Systems Technology (AAS) (A50240)

The Industrial Systems Technology curriculum is designed to prepare or upgrade individuals to service, maintain, repair, or install equipment for a wide range of industries. Instruction includes theory and skill training needed for inspecting, testing, troubleshooting, and diagnosing industrial equipment and physical facilities.

Students will learn technical skills in blueprint reading, electricity, hydraulics/pneumatics, machining, welding, and various maintenance procedures. Practical application in these industrial systems will be emphasized and additional advanced course work may be offered.

Upon completion of any of the various levels of this curriculum, graduates should gain the necessary practical skills and related information to qualify for employment or advancement in the various areas of industrial maintenance technology.

Course and Hour Requirements

Major Electives: Select 2 hours

Course NumberTitleClass HoursLab HoursCredits
WBL 111Work-Based Learning I
0
10

1

WBL 112Work-Based Learning I
0
20

2

WBL 121Work-Based Learning II
0
10

1

WBL 122Work-Based Learning II
0
20

2

WLD 110Cutting Processes
1
3

2

Major Courses

Course NumberTitleClass HoursLab HoursCredits
AHR 120HVACR Maintenance
1
3

2

ATR 112Intro to Automation
2
3

3

BPR 111Print Reading
1
2

2

EGR 111Engineer Comp and Careers
2
2

3

ELC 111Intro to Electricity
2
2

3

ELC 114Commercial Wiring
2
6

4

ELC 117Motors and Controls
2
6

4

ELC 213Instrumentation
3
2

4

ELC 228PLC Applications
2
6

4

HYD 110Hydraulics/Pneumatics I
2
3

3

ISC 112Industrial Safety
2
0

2

MEC 111Machine Processes I
1
4

3

MNT 110Intro to Maint Procedures
1
3

2

MNT 222Industrial Sys Schematics
1
2

2

PCI 173Programmable Systems
3
3

4

WLD 112Basic Welding Processes
1
3

2

Total Major Hours: 49

General Education Courses

Course NumberTitleClass HoursLab HoursCredits
ACA 115Success and Study Skills
0
2

1

Communications:

Course NumberTitleClass HoursLab HoursCredits
COM 110Introduction to Communication
3
0

3

(COM 110 or higher)

ENG 111Writing and Inquiry
3
0

3

Humanities/Fine Arts: Select One

Course NumberTitleClass HoursLab HoursCredits
HUM 110Technology and Society
3
0

3

HUM 115Critical Thinking
3
0

3

Social/Behavioral Science: Select One

Course NumberTitleClass HoursLab HoursCredits
PSY 150General Psychology
3
0

3

SOC 210Introduction to Sociology
3
0

3

Natural Science/Mathematics:

Course NumberTitleClass HoursLab HoursCredits
MAT 121Algebra/Trigonometry I
2
2

3

(MAT 121 or higher)

Total General Education Hours: 16

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 65

Suggested Sequence of Courses

FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester

Course NumberTitleClass HoursLab HoursCredits
ACA 115Success and Study Skills
0
2

1

BPR 111Print Reading
1
2

2

EGR 111Engineer Comp and Careers
2
2

3

ELC 111Intro to Electricity
2
2

3

HYD 110Hydraulics/Pneumatics I
2
3

3

MNT 110Intro to Maint Procedures
1
3

2

Communications Course*
3
0

3

Total Credit Hours:
11
14
17

Spring Semester

Course NumberTitleClass HoursLab HoursCredits
ELC 117Motors and Controls
2
6

4

ENG 111Writing and Inquiry
3
0

3

ISC 112Industrial Safety
2
0

2

MEC 111Machine Processes I
1
4

3

PCI 173Programmable Systems
3
3

4

WLD 112Basic Welding Processes
1
3

2

Total Credit Hours:
12
16
18

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester

Course NumberTitleClass HoursLab HoursCredits
AHR 120HVACR Maintenance
1
3

2

ATR 112Intro to Automation
2
3

3

ELC 228PLC Applications
2
6

4

Humanities/Fine Arts Course*
3
0

3

Major Elective*
0-1
3-20

2

Total Credit Hours:
8-9
15-32
14

Spring Semester

Course NumberTitleClass HoursLab HoursCredits
ELC 114Commercial Wiring
2
6

4

ELC 213Instrumentation
3
2

4

MNT 222Industrial Sys Schematics
1
2

2

MAT 121Algebra/Trigonometry I
2
2

3

(MAT 121 or higher)

Social/Behavioral Sciences Course*
3
0

3

Total Credit Hours:
11
12
16

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 65

DegreeCollege Transfer
Yes
No