The Industrial Technology Program provides training for:
- Advanced Manufacturing - CNC Machine Tools Degree and/or
- Applied Technology - General/Custom Technology Degrees
Goals of the Program
The Industrial Technology Program provides training for CNC Machining and Programming and General/Custom Technology Degrees - Quality/Manufacturing. The goals of the program are:
- To offer the Industrial Technology Program to employees in local industry to fulfill their need for training bearing degree credit in the pursuit of career objectives.
- To offer an entry mode and career path for secondary school students who cannot go directly into apprenticeships or similar skilled positions in industry.
- To offer opportunities for dislocated workers and persons changing careers to enter new positions that would otherwise be inaccessible.
- To offer a program option that is suitable for diverse industries of the region.
- To provide a means by which local industry can meet growing needs to replace skilled tradesmen, many of whom are now or soon will be of retirement age.
HS or HSE Diploma
ACT/ASSET Placement Test
Minimum level of competency in Math I and English
All new students must meet all the criteria for admission, including but not limited to, holding a high school diploma or High School Equivalency (HSE) and taking the ACT/ASSET placement test and achieving certain levels of competency. If minimal levels of competency are not demonstrated in math and English, remedial courses may be needed to improve the students' chances for success.