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2011-12 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Building Maintenance Major, AAS (Owens Code: SKTB)

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Career Program

Degree Offered:

Associate of Applied Science

Campus Offered:

Toledo and Findlay

Credits Required: 72

Potential Careers:

This major offers students who are interested in entering the field of building maintenance an excellent opportunity to improve their employment potential.

Certificate Programs:

Students interested in a specific area  within building maintenance, HVACR or pipefitting/plumbing without earning an associate degree should explore the Building Maintenance, HVACR or Pipefitting/Plumbing certificates.


In conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship, apprentices have classroom, laboratory and shop theory experience in such trades as: Toolmaker, Electrician, Building Maintenance, Heating and Air Conditioning, Machine Repair, Patternmaker, Pipefitting and Plumbing, Machinist, Millwright, Maintenance Mechanic, Die Design, Die Maker and Moldmaker. Programs are tailored to meet the needs of individual companies.

This major provides students with the understanding and application of maintenance concepts in electricity, plumbing, heating, air conditioning, security alarm systems and energy management control systems as they apply to hospitals, churches, schools/universities,  high-rise buildings, commercial businesses, along with heating and air conditioning contractors.

Required Courses

1st Semester

17 credits

2nd Semester

17 credits

3rd Semester

21 credits

4th Semester

17 credits

Apply for Graduation

Students registering for their final semester of course work must petition for graduation through their Ozone account.  The Petition for Graduation can be found under Student Quick Links.  Deadlines and fees apply; please visit for petition deadline dates.  For additional information, refer to Petition for Degree Completion and Graduation Requirements Policy under Academic Policies and Procedures  



1 May be selected from SKT courses not listed as required courses for this major. See a Skilled Trades advisor for course selection.

2Select Speech elective course choice from: SPE 101 , SPE 102 , SPE 210 

3Students should take Humanities elective course choice that is approved for the transfer module or TAG approved list found under Associate of Science Elective Information 


All students should check for prerequisites for a class before registering.

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