Electrical/Mechanical Technology Program

The Electrical/Mechanical Technician program was designed in response to industry needs. The program will provide training for entry-level positions working as a machine repairer, building and plant maintenance, and also as a plant maintenance electrician. Graduates will have a solid electrical foundation, and the skills to install, maintain, and troubleshoot the equipment utilized by today’s industries. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be awarded an Associate of Applied Sciences degree.

Course Schedule

Electrical/Mechanical Technology A.A.S. Degree

First Semester

Course # Course Title
Credit Hours
MAT-150 Discrete Math*
3.0
OR
MAT-743 Technical Math*
ELE-124 Tools/Adapters/Instrumentation
2.0
ELE-114 DC Fundamentals
3.0
ELE-111 AC Fundamentals
3.0
ELE-164 Residential Wiring
2.0
IND-315 Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
2.0
ELE-155 National Electrical Code I
2.0
IND-126 Precision Measurements Lab
1.0
 
Total Hours: 18.0

Second Semester

Course # Course Title
Credit Hours
CAD-401 Electrical CAD
3.0
ELE-167 Industrial Electrical Systems
3.0
ELE-195 Motor Control
3.0
IND-106 Industrial Pumps & Drive Systems
2.0
ELE-170 Power Distribution
2.0
WEL-122 Beginning Welding
2.0
ELE-149 UL & Electrical Safety
2.0
IND-127 Shop Operations
1.0
 
Total Hours: 18.0

Summer Semester (Required)

Course # Course Title
Credit Hours
ELE-932 Internship
4.0
 
Total Hours: 4.0

Third Semester

Course # Course Title
Credit Hours
ELE-156 National Electric Code II
2.0
PHY-184 Applied Physics*
4.0
MFG-256 Intro to Lathe Operations
2.0
IND-128 Blueprint Reading
1.0
ELE-187 Advance Industrial Electrical Systems
4.0
IND-184 Mechanical Processes
2.0
XXX-XXX Communications Elective
3.0
 
Total Hours: 18.0

Fourth Semester

Course # Course Title
Credit Hours
WEL-213 Fabrication, Layout, Estimating & Repair
2.0
OR
WEL-214 Advanced Fabrication
WEL-340 Maintenance Welding
2.0
IND-183 Industrial Machine Maintenance
3.0
MFG-505 Lean Manufacturing
1.0
IND-185 Predictive & Preventative Maintenance
2.0
IND-116 Pneumatic & Hydraulic Systems
2.0
MFG-266 Intro to Mill Operations
2.0
XXX-XXX Social Science/Humanities Elective*
3.0
 
Total Hours: 17.0
 
Electrical/Mechanical Technology A.A.S Degree Hours: 75.0

*Course must be chosen or substituted from either A.A., A.S., or Approved General Education list for Applied Science and Technology.

Instructors

Garnet Johns 515-574-1933 johns@iowacentral.edu