Maintenance & Reliability Program Features
The Maintenance and Reliability program is based on technologies and NDT methods which assess the current condition of rotating or stationary industrial equipment and attempts to predict its lifespan by assigning failure levels to operating equipment. These technologies drive all maintenance performed on equipment including preventive maintenance. Asset condition is used to schedule maintenance, ensuring asset health while lowering down time and unnecessary maintenance. The predictive technologies are generally accepted to include: Vibration Analysis, Lubricating Fluid Analysis, Thermography, Acoustic Emission Testing, and Electric Motor Circuit Analysis.
Degree and Certificate Options
|Associate of Applied Science, Maintenance & Reliability||65 Credit Hours|
|Technical Certificate, Maintenance & Reliability||47 Credit Hours|
|Certificate of Completion, Vibration Analyst||14 Credit Hours|
|Certificate of Completion, Thermographer||14 Credit Hours|
|Certificate of Completion, Lubrication Technician & Oil Analyst||13 Credit Hours|
|Certificate of Completion, PdM Entry-Level Technician||14 Credit Hours|
Program Integrity – Gainful Employment
In accordance with 34 CFR 668.6(b), that requires institutions to disclose certain information about the programs to prospective students, please see: Gainful Employment.