Industrial Technology Concentration
The Industrial Technology program provides students with previous non-credit or employer-based credentials a pathway to attain an AAS in Engineering Systems Technology. Admittance to the program requires:
- A certificate of completion from a joint apprenticeship training program approved by the US-DOL (IBEW, United Association–plumbers and pipefitters, Tri-State Carpenters and Millwrights, or Ironworkers)
- An industrial technology diploma from the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (building construction technology, air conditioning and refrigeration, welding technology, industrial electricity, industrial electronics, masonry, plumbing, industrial maintenance, diesel equipment mechanics, machine tool, motorcycle and marine engine, tool and die maintenance, or car mechatronics), military ACE credit
- Or other employer-based training.
Students must meet with an advisor for determination on how many credit hours to be awarded.