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Industrial Maintenance Certificates

Campus Location(s):Business & Technology
Program Coordinator:Gene Johnson, 816.604.5441

Metropolitan Community College awards certificates to students who complete various career and technical programs. While each campus offers some of the same certificates, others are offered only at one of the MCC campuses.

IMPORTANT: Certificate and degree requirements may change! Please consult an academic advisor before enrolling.

Industrial Maintenance Certificate

** Effective Spring 2015
COLL 100 FIRST Year Seminar 1
CSIS 100 Digital Literacy 2
CIMM 101 Machine Shop Safety and  
CIMM 102 Basic Lathe Operation and  
CIMM 103 Basic Mill Operation or  
CIMM 130 Machining for Related Occupations 3-5
EHSS 111 Introduction to Environmental Health & Safety for General Industry 1
INTE 107 Industrial Electrical Safety 1
INTE 112 Industrial Electrical DC Principles and  
INTE 113 Industrial Electrical AC Principles 4
INTE 115 Electrical Print Reading 3
INTE 124 Employment Strategies for Technical Careers 2
INTE 140 Fundamentals of Industrial Maintenance 3
INTE 150 Fundamentals of Hydraulics and Pneumataics 3
INTE 175 Electric Motor Controls I 3
INTE 240 Advanced Principles of Industrial Maintenance 3
MATH 103R Technical Math w/ Review or higher 3-4
WELD 100 Intro to Welding/Cutting Processes 1
Choose 2 of the following:  
INTE 219 Internship & Co-Op  
INTE 221 Internship & Co-Op II  
INTE 142 National Electric Code  
INTE 225 Industrial Electrical Print Reading  
INTE 271 Programmable Logic Controllers I  
INTE 275 Electric Motor Controls II 6
Total Credit Hours Required 40-43

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Explanation of Terms

Cost of Program

Tuition and fees have been calculated using the in-district rate. Additional fees may apply if the student chooses to take hybrid or online coursework. Book costs are estimated.

Length of Program

Most programs at MCC are designed so that the student can choose how many credits to enroll in each semester. For these programs, the given length assumes the student enrolls in 12 credit hours per semester and does not enroll in summer classes. This means, for example, that students who attend part-time are not counted here as on-time completers.

Students enrolled in full-time cohort programs such as Allied Health, Nursing, Police, and Fire follow an established course sequence. Students in these programs who do not complete the entire sequence of courses are not counted as on-time completers.

Placement Rate

Placement is reported under the rules of the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Completers who do not respond to placement surveys or who respond and are not employed are counted as not placed. Completers who are employed, continuing their education, or in the military are counted as placed.


MCC does not certify private loans for students, and does not have institutional financing plans that last beyond the semester.

Sterile Processing & Environmental Services Certificate

COLL 100 FIRST Year Seminar 1
CSIS 100 Digital Literacy 2
EHSS 111 Introduction to Health & Safety for General Industry 1
INTE 102 Communication for Industry 2
INTE 103 Environmental Services for the Health Field 4
INTE 124 Employment Strategies for Technical Careers 2
SURT 103 Central Services   4
Total Credit Hours Required 16
Last Modified: 4/28/15