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Ivy Tech’s Industrial Technology program will provide high quality training and develop skills in the area of Industrial Technology. From welding classes to learning about fluid power systems, the hands-on objectives in this program will have students qualified to enter the workforce. We use only the current and emerging technologies in the industry while training. Our business and industrial partners have helped us for the curriculum to meet the demands of the ever-changing work environment.

We allow our students to get comfortable and train on a variety of machines with lecture time limited to 20% of class time or less. Our students also take math and communications courses tailored exclusively to what our students will need to know when they enter the workforce.

Our Graduates

The Associate of Applied Science degree programs prepare students for careers, career changes and career advancement. They may also prepare students to transfer to four-year institutions. Possible careers for graduates include Welders, Machinist, and Quality Manager at companies such as 80/20 Inc., Mitchel and Scott, and Hostess.

Degrees & Certificates

Please select from our list of certificates, technical certificates, and degrees above. A summary of our offerings is below.

Certificates

Industrial Electrical
(21 credit hours = 2 semesters)

Industrial Mechanical
(21 credit hours = 2 semesters)

Welding Technology
(21 credit hours = 2 semesters)

Technical Certificates

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

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

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

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

Welding Technology
(34 credit hours = 2-3 semesters)

Degrees

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

When applying for many of our Technology programs, we encourage you to apply for either a Certificate or Technical Certificate when filling out the online application for admission, even if your end goal is to complete an Associate of Applied Science degree.  By starting at the Certificate or Technical Certificate level you will be able to earn several stackable workforce certifications.


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.

Program Outcomes

Program Locations

The Industrial Technology program is offered at the Ivy Tech campuses above.