Major Appliance Technology, Associate of Applied Sciences - MAT3

The Associate of Science in Major Appliance Technology degree program provides the knowledge and skills to diagnosis and repair major residential and commercial appliances. Emphasis is placed on the kitchen, laundry and refrigeration components in the residential and commercial fields include the servicing, installation and repairs of these appliances. Topics include the component identification and application, repair and diagnosis of malfunctioning electrical, electronic and mechanical components, wiring diagram interpretation, residential and commercial appliance installations, coin machine operation/installation and card readers.

Requirements

First Semester

SEMN 1000First Semester Seminar

0

APSV 1005Appliance Controls Fundamentals

3

COMP 1000Introduction to Computer Literacy

3

ENGL 1101Composition and Rhetoric

3

IDFC 1007Industrial Safety Procedures

2

Second Semester

AIRC 1005Refrigeration Fundamentals

4

APSV 2000Commercial Voltage

3

APSV 1080Appliance Motors

3

ENGL 1010Fundamentals of English I

3

or

ENGL 1005Applied Technical Communication

3

IDFC 1011Direct Current I

3

Third Semester

APSV 1010Laundry Appliances

6

APSV 1020Kitchen Appliances

6

APSV 2010Commercial Laundry

3

Fourth Semester

APSV 1030Refrigeration Appliances

6

APSV 1070Microwave Ovens

3

APSV 2020 Commercial Kitchen

3

SOCI 1101Introduction to Sociology

3

Fifth Semester

APSV 1100Appliance Servicing OBI

3

APSV 2030Commercial Refrigeration

3

MATH 1101Mathematical Modeling

3

or

MATH 1103Quantitative Skills and Reasoning

3

MUSC 1101Music Appreciation

3

Total Credit Hours: 69