Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Program

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Program (MECH)

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Program (AAS.MECH) 66 credit hours

The Industrial Maintenance Mechanic program (MECH) is designed to prepare students for positions as maintenance mechanics, maintenance technicians, and operations technicians of power generation, mining, natural gas, refinery, semiconductor, photochemical, and pharmaceutical processes.

With more than $1.5 million worth of process and maintenance equipment, the program gives students excellent hands-on experience in:

  • pump rebuilding
  • pump alignment
  • fabrication
  • hydraulics
  • vibration analysis
  • rigging
  • measurement tools
  • piping systems
  • lubrication
  • mechanical drives
  • welding
 

Prerequisites

Students must have satisfactorily completed the first and second semester of the Industrial Process Operator Program (IPOP).

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Program Tracks and Tuition

Financial Aid is available for those who qualify.

AAS Degree 4 Semesters
  66 Credit hours
First Year, Basic industry related courses:
  • Process Technology
  • Safety, Environmental & Health
  • Process Operations
  • Mechanical & Electrical Overview
  • Plant Instrumentation
  • Process Equipment

Second Year, Maintenance hands-on training includes:
  • Pump rebuilding
  • Pump alignment
  • Fabrication
  • Hydraulics
  • Vibration Analysis
  • Rigging
  • Precision measurement tools
  • Piping systems
  • Lubrication
  • Mechanical Drives
  • Welding
NM / Out-of-State
$3415.50 / $8167.50

MECH Lab Tour

Eight Stage vertical lift pump
Eight Stage vertical lift pump
Congestive work bench
Congestive work bench
Student performing belt tension test
Student performing belt tension test
Dual belt drive
Dual belt drive
Student on hydraulics trainer
Student on hydraulics trainer
Student on pump trainer
Student on pump trainer
Students in maintenance lab
Students in maintenance lab
Maintenance lab
Maintenance lab
Maintenance lab
Maintenance lab

 


For more information, please call School of Energy at (505) 327-5705, or toll free, (866) 426-1233.