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Industrial Maintenance Technology

Students do lab work in an industrial maintanence lab

Install, repair and maintain the machinery used in manufacturing and industry. You’ll become a versatile, in-demand problem solver.

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What is 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.

What are my career options?

Industrial maintenance workers are employed in the manufacturing sector in industries such as food processing and chemical, fabricated metal product, machinery, and motor vehicle and parts manufacturing. Employment also can be sought in the heavy equipment maintenance industry and building equipment such as pumps, exhaust systems, industrial appliances, and lighting changes.

What are my degree, diploma, or certificate options?

Industrial Maintenance Technology - AAS: Industrial Maintenance Track: 60-68 Total credit hours Academic Plan
Industrial Maintenance Technology - AAS: Advanced manufacturing Technician Track: 66-69 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS  Academic Plan
Industrial Maintenance Technology - Diploma: Industrial Maintenance Technician Track: 48-56 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS  Academic Plan
Industrial Maintenance Electrical Mechanic - Certificate: 12-15 Total Credit Hours  Academic Plan
Industrial Maintenance Machinist Mechanic - Certificate: 18-21 toTal Credit Hours Academic Plan
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Level I - Certificate: 13-15 Total Credit Hours  Academic Plan
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Level II - Certificate: 21-16 Total Credit Hours Academic Plan
Industrial Maintenance Robotics Technician - Certificate: 25-30 Total Credit Hours  Academic Plan

Length of Program

You can earn an associate in applied science degree in two years if you maintain full-time status.

This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.

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Program Contact

Chris Brewer

Assistant Professor

(859) 442-1124

Christopher.Brewer@kctcs.edu