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.
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 Process Technology associate degree.*
Graduates of applied science technology programs who are trained to use equipment typically found in laboratories or production facilities should have the best opportunities.
Open the door to our Mobile Campus, and you’ll see a reception area that is bright, inviting, and friendly. Our staff and faculty are accessible throughout your training with us, even after you graduate. And the best doors we can help you open are those that may lead to a new career.* We’ve been helping folks do that since we opened our own doors as the very first “Southeast College of Technology” in July 1986.
The Process Technology Associate of Science Degree Program provides training in the monitoring and control of processing equipment such as pumps, compressors, heat exchangers, distillation columns, boilers, and furnaces, along with instruction in troubleshooting and problem solving, safety awareness, and product quality testing. The objective of this Program is to provide students with the skills and knowledge that will enable them to qualify for entry-level positions as plant operators in industries such as petroleum refining, pulp and paper, food processing, chemical manufacturing, power generation, and wastewater treatment.
Remington College’s Process Technology associate degree program uses the standardized, industry-based curriculum developed by the North American Process Technology Alliance (NAPTA) Based in Texas City, Texas
Graduates may have the opportunity to pursue entry-level process technology roles such as:
Every Remington College location, in addition to the Online Division, is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) is a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.