Maintenance Mechanic, Certificate of Specialization
This certificate program is designed both for those preparing for entry-level positions and for those already working in the maintenance field. Graduates will be prepared to perform general maintenance duties and to use the tools necessary to repair equipment in existing facilities.
Interested in this program? Start the enrollment process by visiting stlcc.edu/enroll.
|ME 101||Welding Technology (Students interested in ME:211 need department approval)||3|
|or ME 211||Programmable Logic Controllers|
|ME 108||Principles of Plumbing/Pipefitting||3|
|ME 110||HVAC Operator I||3|
|ME 151||Manufacturing Processes I||3|
|ME 223||Basic Hydraulics I||2|
|Total Credit Hours||14|