Industrial Technology

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

The Industrial Technology program is designed to prepare you for the modern industrial environment. In today's modern factories, CNC machines and automated equipment fabricate industrial and consumer products. To operate in the modern manufacturing facility requires highly trained individuals.

Mission Statement
The mission of the Industrial Technology program is to provide, high quality training, and skill development in the area of Industrial Technology. This program provides professionals who have skills in the management, operation, and maintenance of complex technological systems.

Certificates:

Industrial Electrical (21 credit hours = 2 semesters)

Completion of the Industrial Technology - Industrial Electrical Certificate leads to completion of an associate degree.

Short-term certificates are sequences of technical and professional courses that are industry focused and designed for workforce preparation. They provide access to targeted, short-term training in a discipline, and completers may sit for specific certification exams. Courses in certificate programs also apply toward technical certificates and associate degree programs in the subject area.

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Industrial Mechanical (21 credit hours = 2 semesters)

Completion of the Industrial Technology - Industrial Mechanical Certificate leads to completion of an associate degree.

Short-term certificates are sequences of technical and professional courses that are industry focused and designed for workforce preparation. They provide access to targeted, short-term training in a discipline, and completers may sit for specific certification exams. Courses in certificate programs also apply toward technical certificates and associate degree programs in the subject area.

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Logistics/Supply Chain (24 credit hours = 2 semesters)

Completion of the Industrial Technology - Logistics/Supply Chain Certificate leads to completion of an associate degree.

Short-term certificates are sequences of technical and professional courses that are industry focused and designed for workforce preparation. They provide access to targeted, short-term training in a discipline, and completers may sit for specific certification exams. Courses in certificate programs also apply toward technical certificates and associate degree programs in the subject area.

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Welding Technology (21 credit hours = 2 semesters)

Completion of the Industrial Technology - Welding Certificate leads to preparation for American Welding Society (AWS) Certifications, employment, and/or completion of an associate degree.

Short-term certificates are sequences of technical and professional courses that are industry focused and designed for workforce preparation. They provide access to targeted, short-term training in a discipline, and completers may sit for specific certification exams. Courses in certificate programs also apply toward technical certificates and associate degree programs in the subject area.

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Technical Certificates:

Industrial Electrical - Ivy Institute (34 credit hours = 2-3 semesters)

The Ivy Institute offers full-time, part-time and accelerated programs in high-demand areas that allow students to earn a new career with laboratory/classroom instruction. When you complete the Institute, you will have earned a Technical Certificate (TC) and several nationally recognized certifications. Once you are finished, you have the option of entering the workforce or completing your Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, with only a few more credit hours to complete. Find out more about Ivy Institute.

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This course schedule is based on full-time attendance for students who have demonstrated college readiness. Please review our course schedules for full-time with college prep courses, part-time and part-time with college prep courses.

Industrial Mechanical - Ivy Institute (34 credit hours = 2-3 semesters)

The Ivy Institute offers full-time, part-time and accelerated programs in high-demand areas that allow students to earn a new career with laboratory/classroom instruction. When you complete the Institute, you will have earned a Technical Certificate (TC) and several nationally recognized certifications. Once you are finished, you have the option of entering the workforce or completing your Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, with only a few more credit hours to complete. Find out more about Ivy Institute.

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This course schedule is based on full-time attendance for students who have demonstrated college readiness. Please review our course schedules for full-time with college prep courses, part-time and part-time with college prep courses.

Process Operations (34 credit hours = 2-3 semesters)

Technical Certificate programs provide education in conceptual and technical skills for specific occupations. The program content is designed to develop competency in the comprehension of general and technical skills. Certificate programs require mastery of basic reading, writing, mathematical and quantitative skills.

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Quality Assurance  (34 credit hours = 2-3 semesters)

Technical Certificate programs provide education in conceptual and technical skills for specific occupations. The program content is designed to develop competency in the comprehension of general and technical skills. Certificate programs require mastery of basic reading, writing, mathematical and quantitative skills.

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Welding - Ivy Institute (34 credit hours = 2-3 semesters)

The Ivy Institute offers full-time, part-time and accelerated programs in high-demand areas that allow students to earn a new career with laboratory/classroom instruction. When you complete the Institute, you will have earned a Technical Certificate (TC) and several nationally recognized certifications. Once you are finished, you have the option of entering the workforce or completing your Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, with only a few more credit hours to complete. Find out more about Ivy Institute.

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Degrees:

Associate of Applied Science (60 credit hours = 5 semesters)

Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree programs are two-year programs that prepare students for careers, career changes and career advancement. Students who need to take longer to complete the degree because of job or family obligations can take the program over a longer period of time. AAS programs may also prepare students for transfer to four-year institutions. These programs offer education in recognized technical areas and specialties with emphasis on analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The program content, which is approximately 30% general education and 70% professional/technical, provides depth and breadth in conceptual and professional/technical skills. The general education courses equip students with the problem solving, communications, scientific and mathematical skills to compete successfully in the job market. Professional/technical courses equip students with the skills to obtain employment and to advance in the workforce.

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NOTE: The number of credits required for a degree or certificate is based on students who are program-ready and does not include College Prep courses. Availability of degrees and certificates varies by campus.

IVY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ACCELERATED WELDING PROGRAM

Welding jobs require a highly qualified individual with a specific skill set. Developed with the American Welding Society, the Welding Institute program will help you learn the skills you need and get certified to find a rewarding job. In as little as 8 months, students can earn numerous recognized welding certifications administered through AWS SENSE and American Society for Mechanical Engineers (ASME). This program is technology focused, with instruction and laboratory preparation in safety and OSHA requirements, welding process and equipment, welding metallurgy and welding codes and certifications, blueprint reading, and proper care and maintenance of welding equipment. Specific welding techniques such as Stick, MIG, TIG, FCAW, OFW, OFC, and PAC will also be covered.

The Industrial Technology program is offered at the following Ivy Tech campuses:

Bloomington

Program Summary (pdf)


Contact:

Mark Esch-Williams
mesch@ivytech.edu
812-330-6054
Central Indiana (Indianapolis, Noblesville)
Contact:

David Blais
dblais@ivytech.edu 
Program Chair
317-921-4553 

Columbus
Contact:
Martha Hyer
School of Technology Coordinator
mhyer@ivytech.edu
812-374-5351

Kim E Haza
Program Chair
812-374-5356

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East Central (Anderson, Marion, Muncie)
Contact:

Industrial Maintenance
Pat Jones
Program Chair
1-800-589-8324, ext. 1332
pjones@ivytech.edu

Industrial Welding
Guy Blanchard
1-800-589-8324 ext. 1348
fblanchard@ivytech.edu

Kokomo (Kokomo, Logansport, Wabash)
Contact
Kokomo

Rodni Lytle, dean, school of technology
765-457-0858, ext. 545

Ron Thibos, program chair
800-459-0561, ext. 560

Logansport
Greg Spence, industrial technology faculty
866-753-5102, ext. 2141

Wabash
Thann Mughmaw, industrial technology faculty
260-563-8828, ext. 308

Lafayette
Contact
Michael Ulmer
Department Chair, Industrial Technology
(765) 269-5149

Industrial Technology Brochure (PDF)
North Central (Elkhart, South Bend, Warsaw)
For more information contact Ben Lagadon at 574-289-7001, ext. 5381 or plagadon@ivytech.edu.
Northeast (Fort Wayne)
Contact:
Robert Parker, Program Chair
260-480-4248
rparker27@ivytech.edu

Northwest (East Chicago, Gary, Valparaiso)
Industrial Technology Program Chair

The Mission of the Industrial Technology program is to prepare students for success in today's business and industry sector by delivering the most recent industrial technology theory and practices through cooperative efforts with industry, government, and other educational institutions.  The program encourages critical thinking and problem-solving, while providing an in-depth study of the theories and skills necessary to meet the needs of industry and the career goals of the student.

   Tom Box
   Gary Campus

   (219)980-7706

Industrial Technology(INDT) - Maintenance - Electrical track
Industrial Technology(INDT) - Maintenance - Mechanical track
Industrial Technology(INDT) - Maintenance - Multi-craft track
Industrial Technology(INDT) - Machining
Industrial Technology(INDT) - Process Operations
Industrial Technology(INDT) - Maintenance - Welding

Upon graduation from the School of Technology, Industrial Technology students will be able to:

  • Apply theory and practice within their areas of technology.

  • Understand the need for obtaining new knowledge, including technological advances, and be able to continue to learn and remain current in their area of study.

  • Seek and apply creative and analytical insight in the solution of industry problems.

  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in written form, using many presentation styles.

  • Function as pare of a diverse interdisciplinary team.

  • Possess the academic and professional competence sufficient for productive employment and advancement within their respective industry.

  • Have the ability to improve productivity, safety, and maintenance practices through the application of industrial technology principles.

  • Be able to apply sound decision making skills in the workplace.

  • Work safely in an industrial environment, employing the proper personal protective equipment (PPE); take the proper precautions against arc flash in a high voltage work area, and employ Lock out/Tag out procedures when indicated.

Richmond (Connersville, Richmond)

Contact:

Jim Stokes
Advanced Manufacturing/Industrial Technology Department Chair
Ivy Tech Community College - Richmond
2357 Chester Boulevard
Richmond IN 47374-1298
Phone: 765-966-2656, ext. 4017  Toll free: 800-659-4562, ext. 4017
Fax: 765-962-8741
Email: jstokes@ivytech.edu
www.ivytech.edu/richmond

Southeast (Lawrenceburg, Madison)
School of Technology - Industrial Technology Program
MADISON

590 Ivy Tech Drive
Madison, IN 47250

George Tackett
(812) 265-2580 Ext. 4187
(800) 403-2190 Ext. 4187
gtackett@ivytech.edu

LAWRENCEBURG & BATESVILLE

50 Walnut Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

George Tackett
(812) 265-2580 Ext. 4187
(800) 403-2190 Ext. 4187
gtackett@ivytech.edu

Southern Indiana (Sellersburg)
School of Technology
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CONTACTS


Victoria Montgomery
Faculty Support Secretary 
812 246.3301 ext 4143

Roy Long
Professor/Department Chair in Manufacturing & Industrial Technology
812 246.3301, ext. 4702

Southwest (Evansville, Tell City)
Industrial Technology Program Summary

For more information, please contact John Durbin, at (812) 429-0595.

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Wabash Valley (Terre Haute)
Regional Degree Offerings:
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree
  • Certificate (CT)
  • Technical Certificate (TC)
  • Career Development Certificate (CDC)

Program Areas of Emphasis:

  • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
  • Maintenance
  • Machining
  • Welding

Certificates in this Program:

  • Fluid Power
  • Heating and Air Conditioning
  • Industrial Electrician
  • Machine Tool
  • Welding

Ivy Institute of Technology Accelerated Welding Program


Contact:

Jon Hineman, Program Chair
812-298-2381
jhineman2@ivytech.edu

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  • Hostess

  • Industrial Technologist
  • CNC Technologist
  • Machinist
  • Quality Manager