This curriculum prepares individuals to repair and maintain electrical and mechanical systems and physical structures of commercial and industrial institutions. Emphasis is on multi-disciplined systems maintenance, troubleshooting, and problem resolution.
Course work includes carpentry, interior, and exterior finishes, plumbing, electrical, masonry, air conditioning, heating, welding, machining, blueprint reading, building codes, and OSHA regulations, as well as computer applications.
Graduates should qualify for positions as general building mechanics or maintenance technicians.
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|PROGRAM OPTIONS||REQUIRED HOURS|
|Certificate||17 semester hours|