Industrial Process Control Technology
Get an education that pays, with the 2-year Industrial Process Control Technology A.A.S. degree at Nashville State. Here, you will learn to work as part of a team that plans, analyzes, and controls the creation of products from the raw materials all the way up to distribution to customers. Choose from two concentrations to narrow your focus and achieve your career goals.
Associate of Applied Science
About $9,490 total in tuition and fees.
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After Nashville State
As a maintenance or process technician, you will be able to work in a variety of industries such as chemical, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, power generation, pulp and paper refining, and wastewater treatment. Ask Career Services for help as you begin your job search.
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Campus Availability: The majority of IPCT courses are only offered on our Humphreys County campus, however some may be available on our Clarksville campus. Gen ed courses are available on all campuses and online. To check current course offerings check class schedule.
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Our Industrial Business Partnerships
We are proud to partner with locally owned business in the middle Tennessee area. Consider these companies as potential employers and businesses that recognize the value in a Nashville State IPCT degree.
- Accurate Energetic Systems
- E.I. Dupont
- Hood Container
- Matheson Tri-Gas
- Occidental Chemical Corporation
- Rockwood Lithium
- Tennessee Valley Authority
Earn Course Credit for Prior Experience
If you are a Maintenance Technician concentration student with four or more years of experience as an electrician, instrumentation technician, millwright, or pipefitter, you may choose to take the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) skills assessment in place of certain coursework.
- NCCER Assessment Instructions
- Industrial E/I Technician Study Guide
- Industrial Mechanic Study Guide
- Industrial Electrician Study Guide
- Industrial Instrumentation Technician Study Guide
- Industrial Millwright Study Guide
- Industrial Pipefitter Study Guide
Credit for What You Know
You may be eligible to earn college credit based on the experience you already have.
This experience could come from your job, the military, and more.