Industrial Maintenance and Instrumentation Technology is an instructional program that provides the student with technical knowledge and skills necessary for gaining employment as an industrial maintenance systems technician. This curriculum is designed as a two-year technical program. Upon completion of the program, an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Industrial Maintenance Technology will be awarded.
The Industrial Maintenance and Instrumentation Technology options on the Wesson and Natchez campus focuses on basic skills necessary to enter the workforce in electrical, electro-mechanical, automation and maintenance fields. Graduates of the Industrial Maintenance option will be qualified for employment in the maintenance or engineering departments of various manufacturing operations.
Special admission requirements are:
1. Minimum ACT composite of 14.
2. Meet requirements for Intermediate Algebra.