The Process Control program is a track in our Engineering Technology program. Find more information on Engineering Technology.
The program provides a great deal of flexibility, making it ideal for students coming straight out of high school as well as those already in the workforce. It includes flexible scheduling, hybrid courses (a combination of in-class and online learning), and a model of eight-week modules that allow numerous start times during the year.
The Associate in Applied Science degree program is designed so that the first three semesters are identical and students can take courses at any of the three colleges. In the final semester, the student has the choice of specializing in four different areas: Automation, Electro/Mechanical, Process Control or Renewable Energy.
|PROCESS CONTROL COURSES|
|CHM:122||Introduction to General Chemistry||4|
|IND:136||Process Control I||3|
|IND:137||Process Control II||3|
|Must select two from below for at least six hours:|
|ATR:105||Industrial Robotics or||3|
|ATR:106||Motion Control or||3|
|EGT:135||Fluid Power Design & Application||or|
|EGT:137||Fluid Power Control|
|Engineering Tech AAS – Process Control Total||63|