Industrial Mechanics - CC

College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

About This Certificate

This program prepares students for work as an industrial maintenance technician.

What You Will Learn

Students learn to create prints and parts for use in power plants and other places.

The program includes 18 credits and is open enrollment. It meets the standards of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). Graduates may test and compete for IBEW union jobs with high pay.

Career And Outcomes

Career Opportunities

The industrial mechanics certificate of completion may lead to the following careers:

  • Fabricator
  • Manual Machinist
  • Precision Machinist
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Boilermaker

Job Outlook



We will build on your goals and experiences while working together to design an individualized semester-by-semester plan. Your personalized plan will help you see a path from where you are now on to graduation. Even if you are unsure of the major you would like to pursue, we can help with resources and ideas.

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*This degree is available at various USU locations.

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