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Industrial Mechanics

Industrial Mechanics - Hydraulics

Industrial Mechanics work with the technology in various industries that we rely on daily, taking care of maintenance and repair for various types of machinery. At Snow, the Industrial Mechanics program prepares students to work in a quickly changing and growing field through hands-on work and experienced professors. Students graduate with all the skills and techniques they’ll need to work in the industry. If you like working with machinery and solving problems this is the program for you.

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Skills Taught

  • Mechanical and technical skills
  • Critical analysis and problem-solving skills
  • Recognize and avoid safety hazards
  • Electrical skills
  • Good judgement and decision-making skills
  • Operation and control of manufacturing equipment
  • Design and troubleshooting skills
  • Programmable Logic Controller skills
  • Vibration Analysis
  • Laser Shaft Alignment

Career Options for Graduates

  • Industrial Mechanic, Millwright
  • Maintaining and repairing, including design and set-up of:
    • Factory Machinery
    • Food Processing Machinery
    • Textile Machinery
    • Transportation Equipment
    • Construction Equipment
    • Mining Equipment
    • Agricultural Equipment
    • Power plants
    • Aviation and Aerospace
    • Manufacturing Equipment
One Semester

One Semester

Certificate of Proficiency

One Year

One Year

Certificate of Completion

Two Year

2 years (69-71 credits)

Associate of Applied Science




Student Fees


* Tuition and fees are subject to change.



$800 (approximate)



$385 per year (approximate)
½ and ¼ year options also available.

Fall Semester


Spring Semester


Summer Semester


Students may start this program at the beginning of fall, spring, or summer semester. (August, January, May)

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Richfield Campus

Richfield Campus