Industrial Process Technology, A.A.S.

Overview

The Western New York (WNY) region boasts one of the stronger manufacturing regions in the US and in particular process manufacturing of various chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and food products. WNY has maintained the strength of long standing well-established existing process manufacturing and is realizing additional growth in manufacturing through new companies and expanding of existing companies.

The Industrial Process Technology program at NCCC emphasizes the skills in various technological fields to prepare the student for the highly technical skills needed to function in the process manufacturing environment. The students will develop a full understanding of industrial systems to prepare them for a career in industrial manufacturing using electronics, instrumentation, robotics, mechanics, as well as hydraulics and pneumatics. All courses start at the beginning phase and segue into application-level of fully automated technology. The program is designed to prepare the students for immediate careers in process manufacturing.

Program Goals and Objectives
  • To assist students in meeting all of the SUNY General Education requirements.
  • To prepare students for successful transfer to four-year institutions in digital media-related fields.

Program Spotlight

The Western New York (WNY) region boasts one of the stronger manufacturing regions in the US and in particular process manufacturing of various chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and food products. The Industrial Process Technology program emphasizes the skills required in various technological fields to prepare the student for the highly technical skills needed to function in the process manufacturing environment. Students develop a full understanding of industrial systems to prepare them for a career in industrial manufacturing using electronics, instrumentation, robotics, mechanics, as well as hydraulics and pneumatics.

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Program Contact

Perry Schultz
Instructor
Phone: 716-614-6869
Email: pschultz@niagaracc.suny.edu
Location: C-153
Division Office: 716-614-6460

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