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The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Automated Industrial Technology I prepares students to troubleshoot, maintain and repair a variety of automated electro-mechanical, product assembly and product distribution systems that use other methodologies to accomplish system management. These systems include mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and electronic devices. Through this certificate, graduates will gain the skills to define, install, and maintain complex production systems. Includes preparation for National Institutes of Metalworking Skills (NIMS) certification exams.
Important information you’ll need when applying for admission:
- Field of Interest
- Applied Technology
- Certificate of Completion (CCL)
- Academic Plan
- Automated Industrial Technology I (CER)
- Academic Plan Code
- Total Credits Required
- Catalog Year
- Effective Term
- Fall 2021
Students must earn a grade of C or better in all courses in the program.
This program may require students to be able to lift objects as heavy as 50 pounds.
This program replaces: CCL/5000N Industrial Technology
What You’ll Learn
This pathway map will help you gain the expertise needed to:
- Collaborate with individuals to achieve common goals.
- Use and monitor equipment controlled by Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs).
- Analyze AC/DC circuits, and analog and digital systems.
- Perform, monitor and interpret machine operation.
- Interpret electrical and electronic control and power schematics and measure current, voltage and resistance.
- Analyze and perform preventive and predictive maintenance on robotic and other automated industrial equipment.
- Utilize computer software program applications relevant to the field.
- Apply electronic and mechanical fabrication techniques.
- Describe and adhere to safety, health and environmental rules and regulations.
- Practice professional standards of the industry and ethical behavior.
- Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Successful completion of this certificate may lead to employment in a variety of different occupations and industries. Below are examples of related occupations with associated Maricopa County-based annual median wages* for this certificate. Education requirements vary for the occupations listed below, so you may need further education or degrees in order to qualify for some of these jobs and earn the related salaries. Please visit with an academic advisor and/or program director for additional information. You can click on any occupation to view the detail regarding education level, wages, and employment information.
Industrial Engineering Technicians
Manufacturing Production Technicians
Course Sequence by Term
The following is the suggested course sequence by term. Please keep in mind:
- Students should meet with an academic advisor to develop an individual education plan that meets their academic and career goals. Use the Pathway Planner tool in your Student Center to manage your plan.
- The course sequence is laid out by suggested term and may be affected when students enter the program at different times of the year.
- Initial course placement is determined by current district placement measures and/or completion of 100-200 level course and/or program requirements.
- Degree and transfer seeking students may be required to successfully complete a MCCCD First Year Experience Course (FYE) within the first two semesters at a MCCCD College. Courses include FYE101 and FYE103. Course offerings will vary by college. See an academic, program, or faculty advisor for details.
When to Start Taking Classes
It is suggested that you begin taking the courses found in this course sequence starting in a Fall Semester.
Full-time status is 12 credits to 18 credits per semester.
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Fall Semester (Term 1)
|Course Number||Course Name||Requisites||Notes||Credits|
|AIT100||Industrial Safety||Critical course AIT100 and AIT105 replace the old ATP100 course||1|
|AIT105||Maintenance Operations||Critical course AIT100 and AIT105 replace the old ATP100 course||3|
|AIT110||Mechanical Systems||AIT110 replaces the old ATP111 course||3|
|AIT115||Hydraulic Systems||AIT115 and AIT1120 replace the old ATP115 courses||3|
|AIT120||Pneumatic Systems||AIT115 and AIT1120 replace the old ATP115 courses||3|
|AIT125||Electrical Systems 1||Critical course AIT125 replaces the old ATP205 course||3|
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Course Area Key
Critical Course = A course that is highly predictive of future success in a pathway.
Students must earn a grade of C or better for all courses required within the program.
Course Sequence total credits may differ from the program information located on the MCCCD curriculum website due to program and system design.
At Maricopa, we strive to provide you with accurate and current information about our degree and certificate offerings. Due to the dynamic nature of the curriculum process, course and program information is subject to change. As a result, the course list associated with this degree or certificate on this site does not represent a contract, nor does it guarantee course availability. If you are interested in pursuing this degree or certificate, we encourage you to meet with an academic advisor to discuss the requirements at your college for the appropriate catalog year.
View MCCCD’s curriculum website for the Certificate of Completion in Automated Industrial Technology I (https://aztransmac2.asu.edu/cgi-bin/WebObjects/MCCCD.woa/wa/freeForm11?id=172198).
Previous Catalog Years
The pathway map presented above is for the current catalog year and is the intended pathway map for new students. All previous catalog years for this pathway map are available at the link below.