Academics

Industrial Systems Technology

Industrial Systems Technology

AAS Degree
Credits Required for Graduation: 60

Program Description

The Industrial Systems Technology Associate in Applied Science (AAS) program prepares students for employment in today's technologically advanced industrial and manufacturing environment. Through hands-on training, students learn skills such as blueprint reading, mechanical systems, electricity fundamentals, welding, machining, fluid power, gear and belt-drive systems, and various diagnostic and repair procedures. Students are trained to safely and efficiently operate mobile and plant equipment and are required to incorporate teamwork, effective communication skills, and critical thinking throughout the program.

Employement Opportunities

Industrial Systems Technology program is designed to prepare the graduate for immediate employment as electronic, electrical, and mechanical maintenance personnel in manufacturing settings. Graduates will qualify for employment with mining companies, welding shops, construction sites, boilermakers, and paper companies just to name a few.


Program Plan

Meet Your Faculty

Larry Hendrickson
larryhendrickson@hibbing.edu
(218) 262-2921
Office: B121


Rick Mayerich
rickmayerich@hibbing.edu
(218) 262-7358
Office: A132