Curriculum for: 31-462-2
 Industrial Mechanic

The Industrial Mechanic program has been designed to give
knowledge and the multicraft skills needed to maintain
complex and integrated manufacturing systems. This program
seeks to provide a broad base of skills that are suitable
for initial or upgrade training. Blackhawk Technical
College's faculty brings real-world experience to the
classroom. The major training areas will be: machining,
electricity and hydraulics. Supporting disciplines are:
blueprint reading, welding, rigging, refrigeration
fundamentals, and drives and linkages.

Total Credits in Program (available at BTC):33

835-103 - Student Success
Students should take this course prior to or during the first semester of their program. This is an institutional requirement for all students.

 Note: Semester schedules are displayed in the recommended order of completion. However, classes may be taken in any order, providing course and/or program pre-requisites and co-requisites are satisfied.

First Year, First Semester Curriculum
 Course NumberCourse TitleCredits
 462-300Electricity- Industrial Maint3
 462-315Ind Maintenance Hydraulics3
 462-320Adv Mfg- Drives & Linkages3
 462-325Machine Rigging3

First Year, Second Semester Curriculum
 Course NumberCourse TitleCredits
 421-390Blueprint Reading- Maintenance3
 462-310Maintenance Machining3
 462-330Motors & Controls3
 462-335Refrigeration Fundamntls-Maint3


Second Year, First Semester Curriculum
 Course NumberCourse TitleCredits
 462-305Maintenance Welding3
 801-196Oral/Interpersonal Comm3
 804-107College Mathematics3

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