• Process Technology Associate's Degree: Power Up Your Future

    As the popular saying goes, "The wheels of industry are turning." Have you ever wanted to play a key role in actually helping those wheels to turn? If so, the field of process technology could be the perfect way to power up a rewarding new future.

    Call or request information to learn more about our Process Technology Associate's Degree program.

    Learn the Skills to Put Your Mechanical Interests to Work

    • Train in an industry-based curriculum funded by the National Science Foundation
    • Work with simulation models in our hands-on labs
    • Tour industrial plants in your area to see process technology specialists in action

    Imagine yourself at the heart of it all, working to ensure the smooth operation of an industrial plant! Several manufacturing and production plants today seek skilled journeymen and women to monitor, control, and troubleshoot instrumentation boards, pumps, compressors, heat exchangers, controls, alarms, and similar specialized equipment.

    If you're interested in how things work and enjoy mechanical and electrical operations, you can build on those skills and gain the prestige of a degree with Remington College's 18-month(1) associate's degree program in Process Technology. The program is currently offered at our Mobile, Alabama; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Lafayette, Louisiana; and Houston (Webster), Texas campuses.

    Industry-Approved Curriculum

    Learn from experienced process technicians who provide support and help the wheels of industry to function seamlessly. Your coursework focuses on:

    • Industry roles and responsibilities
    • Instrumentation drawings and diagrams
    • Equipment start-up, operation, and shutdown
    • Troubleshooting, quality control, and continuous improvement
    • Safety, health, and environmental considerations

    You'll also work with computer simulation models in our skills labs. Core and technical coursework is based on Center for the Advancement of Process Technology(2) (CAPT) approved curriculum.

    CAPT is funded by the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Program, part of the National Science Foundation (NSF). Let us help you start up a rewarding new future. Contact a Remington College Admissions Representative today to learn more.