A degree in mining maintenance technology leads to careers in a wide range of professions. Here are some of the possibilities: mechanic, welder or machinist. The Mining Maintenance
Technology program has three options available to students and is designed to prepare them for employment in the mining industry. The student will acquire the ability to troubleshoot,
repair and maintain mining equipment as a result of training in mechanics, diesel technology, and hydraulics. The student will also receive training in related industrial technology
courses. A graduate of this program with a one-year certificate or two-year degree can be a valuable asset to the mine maintenance field.
PROGRAMS and DEGREE REQUIREMENTS:
There are three program options for Mining Maintenance. The Associate of Applied Science Degree requires 66 credits over 4 recommended
semesters. The two Mining Maintenance Certificate options require 36-39 credits over multiple recommended semesters.
Below are the courses we offer that are most relevant to this program. Check the program options above to
see which courses are required. Courses in other academic areas are also required. Please view the College Catalog for course
descriptions not listed below.