Indust Maint Automated Syst (IMTA)

IMTA 2000 - Electronics/Elec Control Sys (3 Credit Hours)

The course includes the identification of various types of conductors, connections, types of boxes, parts of a breaker panels, switches, and installation devices. An introduction to various methods of installing AC cable, EMT, rigid metallic conduit, PVC, flexible and surface raceway. Lab requirements include cutting, bending, and installing conduit.

Prerequisite(s): None

(2/1/3)

IMTA 2010 - CAD & Blueprint Reading (3 Credit Hours)

This course teaches basic interpretation of shop blueprints with basic knowledge of reading shop prints to the extent that they can actually produce the part. Topics include identifying types and uses of blueprints, identifying lines, and interpreting views, dimensions and tolerances. The course introduces CAD blueprint reading skills which includes specifications and trade-related elements. The course includes making a material list from a blueprint.

Prerequisite(s): None

(2/1/3)

IMTA 2040 - ROV Materials & Operations (3 Credit Hours)

Topics include the history of ROVs, applications and tooling; safe working practices, vessels and offshore operations; basic seamanship; ROV procedures and principles; launch and recovery, safety management and lifting systems. Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) will be built and launched underwater.

Prerequisite(s): IMTA 2000

(2/1/3)

IMTA 2050 - Intro Programmable Logic Contr (3 Credit Hours)

An introduction to the uses and applications of logic technology. The course utilizes test equipment and schematic diagrams to troubleshoot and repair circuits while practicing safety procedures.

Prerequisite(s): None

(2/1/3)