This nine-month (three-term) program offers broad-based training on how processes are controlled in an advanced manufacturing environment. It includes study of process control fundamentals (electronics and instrumentation), industrial pumps, drives and general maintenance along with an introduction to systems and technologies typical of bio-manufacturing and other advanced manufacturing plants. This program may lead directly to employment or serve as the first three terms of the Agricultural/Biofuels Process Technology AAS degree program. Students meeting all program and graduation requirements receive a diploma.
To enroll, students must complete an application and attend any required academic orientation and information session. Students may enter this program in the Fall and Spring terms.