Why Facilities Maintenance?
These versatile programs offer students an opportunity to learn and develop skills in facility maintenance. Students in the certificate program are well prepared for entry-level positions. Students enrolled in the associate degree program receive a balance of academic and technical education intended to support career advancement. Students may customize their facility maintenance education through their choice of elective course offerings.
Facilities Maintenance Technology, A.S. (384.3)
Degreed graduates may find employment as instrumentation, robotics, electro-mechanical, process, industrial maintenance, field automation, supply chain or automation engineer technicians and also have opportunities to pursue supervisory positions.
Facilities Maintenance Technology, Certificate (383.3)
Graduates of the certificate program may find employment as production workers, inspectors, testers, samplers and weighers, electro-mechanical technicians or maintenance technicians.