Install, replace, dismantle, and repair machinery and heavy equipment used in power generation, including wind power, hydroelectric dams, and natural gas turbines, and in manufacturing plants, construction sites, and mining operations. The development of new technologies requires millwrights to work with new industry-specific and highly complex precision machines.
- Associate degree
- On-the-job training
- Technical training
- Entrepreneurship (9093/36 weeks)
- Entrepreneurship, Advanced (9094/36 weeks)
- Industrial Maintenance Technology I (8575/36 weeks, 140 hours)
- Industrial Maintenance Technology II (8576/36 weeks, 280 hours)
- Industrial Robotics Technology (8558/36 weeks, 280 hours)
- Introduction to Leadership (9091/18 weeks)
- Manufacturing Systems I (8425/36 weeks)
- Manufacturing Systems I (8426/18 weeks)
- Manufacturing Systems II, Advanced (8427/36 weeks)
The following courses provide skills necessary for the occupation of Millwright. See your school counselor for scheduling options.