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The Chemical Engineering Technology certificate program results in a limited-use certificate meeting the needs of a few, but not most, chemical process employers.  The certificate program provides a sampling of some of the topics that a process operator/technician would be expected to understand, and indicates that the student has made significant progress toward meeting the program requirements of the Chemical Engineering Technology AAS degree. However, it does not provide skills and knowledge at the same level as in the AAS degree program, and students will not have the same level of understanding of applicable topics.  Employers who require students to have attained the Certificate usually also require continued active progress toward the remaining AAS program requirement.

Effective Fall 2019

1st Fall   Hours
CHEM 1010 Introductory Chemistry I1 4
MATH 1130 College Algebra1 3
ENST 1362 Industrial Equipment 3
MECH 1310 Electrical Components 3
    Term Total 13
Action Items    
  Oct Meet with Faculty Advisor  
  Nov Register for next term  
1st Spring    
MECH 1320 Mechanical Components and Electrical Drives 3
CHET 1300 Process Equipment 3
CHET 1410 Process Operations I 4
CHET 1320 Process Control and Instrumentation I 3
    Term Total 13
Action Items    
  Feb Meet with Faculty Advisor
Complete Application for Graduation
  Apr Begin job search using RaiderRecruit  

1MATH 1000 or appropriate placement scores is a prerequisite. Students may need to take MATH 1000 in summer before 1st Fall 

Students pursuing this program are advised by the Mathematics and Sciences Division.

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