Industrial Maintenance Technology Semester Plan | ACTC

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Industrial Maintenance Technology Semester Plan

First Year Course Schedule

First Semester
Course Credit Hours
FPX 100 – Fluid Power 3
FPX 101 – Fluid Power Lab 2
WLD 120 – Welding 2
WLD 121 – Welding Lab 3
IMT 150 – Maintaining Industrial Equipment 3
IMT 151 – Maint. Indust. Equip. Lab 2
General Education Requirement 3
Total Hours 18
Second Semester
Course Credit Hours
IMT 110 – Electrical Principles 3
IMT 111 – Electrical Princ. Lab 2
BRX 120 – Blueprint Reading 3
Digital Literacy 3
General Education Requirement 3
General Education Requirement 3
Total Hours 17

Second Year Course Schedule

Third Semester
Course Credit Hours
CMM 114 – Fundamentals of Machine Tools 6
IMT 220 – Motor Controls (bi-term) 3
IMT 221 – Motor Controls Lab (bi-term) 2
IMT 222 – Motor Controls II (bi-term)  2
IMT 223 – Motor Controls II Lab (bi-term)  2
General Education Requirement 3
Total Hours 18
Fourth Semester
Course Credit Hours
IMT 280 – Advanced PLCs 3
IMT 281 – Advanced PLC Lab 2
IMT 200 – Industrial Robotics 4
IMT 289 – Industrial Maint. Capstone 1
General Education Requirement 3
General Education Requirement 3
Total Hours 16

Additional Requirements for Diploma or AAS Degree

General Education Component
Course Credit Hours
Technical Mathematics or Higher 3
Natural Sciences 3
Social/Behavioral Sciences  3
Heritage/Humanities 3
Written Communication 3
Oral Communication 3
Subtotal 18
Technical Component
Course Credit Hours
Technical Core 29-37
Technical Electives  13
Subtotal 42-50
Total Credits for Degree (Including
General Education)
60-88

Notes

  • Please refer to course catalog for complete listing of required Technical courses
  • The student must have a plan of study on file in the academic affairs office.
  • A combination of general education and technical courses should not exceed 68 credit hours.
  • Credit earned through certificate and diploma program completion will be applicable toward the Associate of Applied Science when consistent with the objectives of the student’s individual plan of study.
  • To progress in the program a grade of “C” or better is required in each technical and mathematics course with maintenance of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average.

Curriculum in the KCTCS system is routinely reviewed and updated to ensure quality and relevance. This check sheet should be used only as a guide for meeting the course requirements for each credential. See your advisor to confirm course requirements. 

Revised December 2021