Snow College offers an Industrial Mechanics Technology program on its Richfield campus.
The program consists of 69- 71 semester hours of instruction that prepares students
to meet job entry requirements.
The Industrial Mechanics program is designed to give students a basic knowledge of maintaining and repairing a variety of machines and mechanical systems. You will be working with mathematics, blueprint reading, welding, electronics and computers. Through lecture and practical lab experience, students will learn industrial mechanics skills needed in today's industry.
Students pay regular college tuition plus the cost of tools, coveralls, and safety equipment during their training. The purchased equipment is the personal property of the student.
A 1-year certificate and an Associate of Applied Science degree are offered in this program.
Exact course descriptions and hours for the Snow College Industrial Mechanics Technology program match with other state schools and use national and international curriculum and task lists. There has been a working relationship between institutions to accept student hours and credit. Students have received training at Snow College Richfield Campus since 1993.