Process Technology Certificate Non-Degree Program

Degree Requirements

The educational pathway in Industrial Development begins with students completing 28 credit hours of industry-specific training that earns them a certificate indicating they possess the knowledge and skills needed to enter the workforce. The curriculum has been developed by the North American Process Technology Alliance (NAPTA) and the University of South Alabama's Process Technology Industrial Advisory Board. The curriculum is composed of eight core classes and a skills lab. These stackable education programs are aimed at providing a pathway for students, either new or already in the workforce, where each step of the process provides the students with skills that are immediately usable in industry.

IPT 113Intro to Process Technology3
IPT 141Process Quality3
IPT 142Process Technology I - Equip4
IPT 143Process Technology II, Systems3
IPT 151Safety, Health and Environment3
IPT 171Process Instrumentation3
IPT 231Process Technology Skills Lab3
IPT 232Process Troubleshooting3
IPT 244Process Technology III-Ops3
Total Hours28