Industrial Maintenance Technology

Are you fascinated by machines and skilled with your hands? Do you have strong math skills? Do you like to “tinker” until you get the problem solved? Then a career in industrial maintenance may be for you. In our program, students learn how to repair and maintain the increasingly complex machines used in today’s advanced manufacturing environment. You’ll learn how to repair pumps, motors, engines, conveyor belts, and more, and how to keep them in good working order.

Career Opportunities

Industrial maintenance mechanic, technician or specialist in manufacturing or shop environments.

Wage/Salary Information

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Program Home Campus

Boone; general education classes may be offered at other campuses

Entry time

Fall or spring terms


Certificates, diploma, associate in applied science degree.

Program Length

(After any developmental needs are met and if enrolled in 12 to 15 credit hours per semester)

  • Certificate: Varies from one to two semesters by certificate
  • Diploma: Two years
  • Associate degree: Two years

Progression in the Industrial Maintenance Technology program is contingent upon achievement of a grade of “C” or better in each technical course and maintenance of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average or better (on a 4.0 scale).

Advising Sheet (PDF)

Associate in Applied Science

  • Industrial Maintenance Technology




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This program is IMPACT eligible.