Process Control Students

Industrial Process Control Technology A.A.S.


Translate technology into performance.

Get an education that pays with the two-year Industrial Process Control Technology Associate of Applied Arts program, offered on Nashville State’s Humphrey County campus. Coming to the Clarksville campus Fall 2022 semester.

Learn to work as part of a team that plans, analyzes, and controls the creation of products, from the raw materials all the way to distribution. Almost every industry needs process control technicians and maintenance technicians including chemical, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, power generation, pulp and paper, refining, and wastewater treatment.

Learn more about the benefits of getting an education in the process technology field with this official video from the North American Process Technology Alliance (NAPTA).

Choose your path.

Industrial Process Control Technology offers two concentrations: Process Technician for training to become a process control technician, and Maintenance Technician for training to become a maintenance technician.

Job Prospects and Potential Salary

Nashville State Community College has a 100% job placement rate in the industry that has a starting annual salary of $45,000 to $65,000.