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TM 370 Technology & Manufacturing, A.A.S.

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Curriculum No. 370

This degree is intended to prepare students for the diverse field of industrial maintenance. Using an interdisciplinary approach students learn key concepts necessary to successfully construct, install, repair, and maintain a host of electrical and mechanical industrial processes and applications. Critical skills include print reading, industrial safety, electrical troubleshooting, preventive maintenance practices, welding, machining, and automated systems diagnosis and repairs. Requires 60 credit hours

First Year

Second Year

Semester Total 13

Spring Semester

  • Elective in Specialty (16)

Semester Total 16

Specialty Electives

Kishwaukee College recommends 21 hours of the following technical electives if a student is interested in: