Industrial Maintenance Technology

JJC’s Industrial Maintenance Technology program was developed in partnership between the college and maintenance professionals from the local are to educate skilled technicians to fill the void left by an aging workforce. Multi-disciplined workers are needed to ensure companies can compete in the global marketplace.

Degree Information

Visit the JJC catalog for Industrial Maintenance Technology AAS requirements

Certificate of Achievement

Industrial Electrical/Electronics

Industrial Maintenance Technology

Certificate of Completion

Industrial Maintenance Technology


Gainful Employment Disclosures

What are Gainful Employment Programs? An educational program must lead to a degree at a non-profit or public institution or it must prepare students for "gainful employment in a recognized occupation."  Information is presented to the student about the length of each program, its estimated cost, and a way to obtain further information about the kinds of jobs available for those who complete this program and participate in the student financial assistance programs. Whether you are a current student or a prospective student, we hope that this information is helpful in making informed choices about your career and education.

What Will I Learn?

Graduates of the IMT program work in varied industries including, but not limited to: petrochemical, manufacturing, education and medical.

What is Unique About Our Industrial Maintenance Technology Program?

Students will get hands-on experience using industry-standard equipment they are likely to find on the job, taught by instructors that are experts in their respective areas while bringing real-world applications to the college classroom.

What Are My Career Opportunities?

IMT graduates will gain valuable experience in areas such as power transmission, computerized maintenance systems, Industrial wiring and troubleshooting, pneumatics and hydraulics, pipefitting and rigging, rotating equipment and alignment. This career field is expected to grow 16% through 2024.