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Electro-Mechanical Technologies

Turn your passion for solving problems and working with your hands into an exciting career. You will learn to install, maintain and repair complex machines for business and industry.


Median Hourly Earnings

Industrial Machinery Mechanic
452 Annual Job Openings projected through 2025
All wage and employment data is specific to the region and
taken from EMSI July 2023. Your starting salary may vary.
In this program you will learn to safely put together, install, run and maintain buildings and machines in many industries. You will be ready to move into the high demand skilled trades as an apprentice or journey level industrial maintenance tech or electrical technician. You will have lots of job options!
Graduates of this program may pursue careers as:
  • Industrial machinery mechanics
  • Installation, maintenance and repair workers
  • Electrical and electronics repairer/technician
  • Stationary engineers and boiler operators
  • Industrial maintenance technician

Degree Program

  • Electro-Mechanical Technologies, A.A.S. This program covers safety, health and environmental rules and regulations; operating and monitoring a machine; interpreting machine operation and maintenance documentation and technical drawings; performing machine maintenance procedures, preventative and predictive maintenance; selecting and safely using the proper hand tool for a task; moving, handling and storing materials and equipment.

We'd like to help you get started or help you advance in your current career. Contact us if you have any questions or apply today. Your future is waiting!