Marine Industry Technology (STC-MIT)
Program Location: Foley Career and Technical Facility
Advanced Manufacturing Technology Division
Length: Two Semesters
This is a program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair outboard, inboard, and inboard outboard engines; test, maintain and repair steering devices and electrical systems; repair metal, wood and fiberglass hulls and vessel components.
This is a career program designed for students to go directly into the labor market upon completion. Although some of the courses in this program will transfer to four-year institutions, this program is not designed to be a transfer program of study; therefore, it is not subject to the terms and conditions of Alabama Transfers state transfer and articulation reporting system.
|IET 114||Basic Electricity||3|
|INT 117||Principles of Industrial Mechanics||3|
|MRT 101||Marine Engines and Drives||3|
|MRT 108||Marine Rigging and Trailers||3|
|WKO 110||NCCER Core||3|
|MRT 111||Service Operations/Customer Service||3|
|MRT 114||Fuel and Lubrication Systems||3|
|MRT 200||Marine Engines and Outboard Drives||3|
|MRT 210||Marine Engines and Inboard Drives||3|
GRAND TOTAL CREDITS 27
*Depending on the program or course, a student may also be required to purchase certain necessary tools and supplies.
Foley Career and Technical Facility
19812 Underwood Rd
Foley, AL 36535