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Integrated Systems Technology Certificate

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Integrated Systems Technology Certificate

Credits Required: 30

The Integrated Systems Technology in Advanced Manufacturing certificate program is designed to address the growing need among high-tech manufacturing firms. Program courses provide a foundation in skills and knowledge related to content areas specific to the industry – electrical, electronic, mechanical, and fluid technology. The program emphasizes operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of high-tech equipment.

Program design provides content that supports vertical and lateral progression in integrated systems manufacturing.  The curriculum is offered in a modular format that can be adapted to the education and career goals of the student.  The first year of the program (IST Certificate program) incorporates the fundamentals of an IST entry-level generalist.

This program supports the registered Apprenticeship program (Journey Papers) as outlined by the Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. Graduates may enter a variety of technician-level occupations such as Electromechanical Technician, Industrial Technician, Instrument and Control Technician, Instrument and Electrical Technician, Machinery Maintenance Technician, Multi-skilled Maintenance Technician, Precision Instrument Technician, and Engineering Assistant.

This program is offered in partnership with industry employers.

Please Note: All certificate courses apply toward the Associate degree in Integrated Systems Technology.

Curriculum - 1st Year

First Semester - 15 Credits

Code
Title
Credits
ISTM 100
Integrated Systems Fundamentals
3.00
Description not found.
ISTM 110
Industrial Mechanics
5.00
Description not found.
ISTM 120
Industrial Electrical Systems
4.00
The course covers principles of motor function, choosing and replacing motors, identifying and repairing motors, and motor maintenance. Motor theory includes DC motors and generators, polyphase induction motors, synchronous motors, and single phase motors. Empasis is placed on motor characteristics, electrical troubleshooting, maintenance and repair.
ISTM 130
Power Transmission
3.00
Description not found.

Second Semester - 15 Credits

Code
Title
Credits
ISTM 140
Programmable Logic Controllers
5.00
Description not found.
ISTM 150
Instrumentation Systems
4.00
Description not found.
ISTM 160
Fluid Power
3.00
The course covers advanced concepts, methods, and principles of fluid mechanics. Emphasis is placed on identifying and correcting fluid mechanics issues.
ISTM 170
Machining and Safety
3.00
Description not found.