Applied Industrial Technology

The applied industrial technology degree program offers many career paths from industrial or facilities supervision to skilled mechanical or electrical maintenance. The comprehensive curriculum includes both basic and advanced manufacturing techniques as well as skilled mechanical and electrical maintenance principles and applications.

The program provides knowledge of traditional manufacturing methods as well as state-of-the-art and emerging technologies. Areas of expertise include robotics, precision machining, CNC, welding, hydraulics/pneumatics, pumps, pipefitting, mechanical and electrical skilled maintenance, computer control automation and advanced materials and processes.

The Stark State program is designed in a building block style which includes apprenticeship level courses. These courses provide the base to which students can add additional courses to allow completion of the associate degree program.

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101  
Student Success Seminar
ITD122
Computer Applications for Professionals
ENG124
College Composition
MST121
Blueprint Reading
MTH107
Industrial Math
IET270
Dimensional Metrology & Inspection I
MST134
Hydraulic & Pneumatic Systems
EST230
Electrical Circuits and Devices
IET121
Industrial Management Concepts
MET123  
Material Science
 
Arts & Humanities and/or Social &
 
Behavioral Sciences Elective
ENG221  
Technical Report Writing
PHY101  
Principles of Physics
COM123  
Small Group Communication
AIT139  
Introduction to Robotics
MET225  
Manufacturing Processes
MST221  
Mechanical Drive Components
 
Technical Electives
AET121  
Sustainable/Alternative Energy Sources

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