Industrial Maintenance Technology - Mechanical Maintenance Technology Certificate

Keokuk campus

Curriculum Sequence

Spring Semester Course Title Credit
EGT-142 FLUID POWER 1 2
EGT-143 FLUID POWER 2 2
ELE-116 BLUEPRINT READING 1
IND-104 INDUSTRIAL PUMPS 1
IND-141 POWER TRANSMISSION 2
MFG-209 MACHINE SHOP PRACTICES 3
MFG-520 PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE 2
Take 1 of these courses:
PSY-102 HUMAN AND WORK RELATIONS 3
PSY-111 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY 3
SOC-110 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3
TOTAL 16

EGT-142 - FLUID POWER 1

Lecture: 1

Lab: 2

Credit: 2

This course discusses the fundamentals of hydraulic technology. Students will learn hydraulic circuits, pumps, actuators, valves, fluid, safety, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Students will also learn how to operate, install, analyze performance and design hydraulic systems.

EGT-143 - FLUID POWER 2

Lecture: 1

Lab: 2

Credit: 2

This course discusses the fundamentals of pneumatic technology. Students will learn specific skills needed to understand the principles of pneumatics including circuits with compressed air power, air processing, valves, safety, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Students will learn industry skills including how to operate, install, analyze and design pneumatic systems.

ELE-116 - BLUEPRINT READING

Lecture: 1

Credit: 1

This course discusses the specific data that is drawn on a blueprint and explains how to read and interpret the drawing format. Students will learn orthographic and isometric drawings to understand shapes, sizes, and dimensions. Students will study building terms and construction features of carpentry, masonry, electrical, mechanical and plumbing trades.

IND-104 - INDUSTRIAL PUMPS

Lecture: 0.5

Lab: 1

Credit: 1

This course discusses the principles and applications of centrifugal pumps. Students will learn centrifugal pump construction, uses, system properties, monitoring, and troubleshooting techniques. Students will also learn the skills they need to select, operate, install, maintain and repair the many different types of pumps used in industry.

IND-141 - POWER TRANSMISSION

Lecture: 1

Lab: 2

Credit: 2

This course discusses the fundamentals of mechanical transmission systems used in industry. Students will learn industrial skills on how to operate, install, analyze performance, and design basic mechanical transmission systems using chains, v-belts, spur gears, bearings, and couplings.

MFG-209 - MACHINE SHOP PRACTICES

Lecture: 1

Lab: 4

Credit: 3

Classroom and hands on training will be provided in machine shop safety and the use of machine shop tools and machines. Training will include proper use of hand tools, measuring tools, milling machines, grinders, lathes, drills and saws.

MFG-520 - PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE

Lecture: 1

Lab: 2

Credit: 2

This course discusses the principles of machinery oil analysis, thermography, ultrasonics and machine vibration. Students will learn how to properly diagnose an equipment failure. Students will also learn steps to prevent equipment failures and keep equipment running efficiently.

PSY-102 - HUMAN AND WORK RELATIONS

Lecture: 3

Credit: 3

This is a course that includes the understanding of the applications of psychological principles, theory, and research related to the work setting.

PSY-111 - INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY

Lecture: 3

Credit: 3

A basic course in the understanding of behavior, designed to give the student a scientific background in the fundamental problems and techniques covered in the field of psychology.

SOC-110 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

Lecture: 3

Credit: 3

An analysis of social organization (or the social order). This course deals with the nature of sociology as a science, the original nature of man, the socialization of the individual, the development of groups and group behavior, the nature of culture and culture patterns, the organization of institutions, the nature of social order, the organization of human stratification and examination of major social processes. Special emphasis is placed upon the American cultural patterns.

Jeron Lindsay - Instructor, (319) 524-3221 ext. 1937

Email: jlindsay@scciowa.edu
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Jason Radel - Instructor, (319) 524-3221 ext. ext. 1990

Email: jradel@scciowa.edu
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