Industrial Technology A.A.S.


The Industrial Technology program at Clinton Community College is designed to prepare students for employment in the manufactur ing industries. Students who successfully complete this two year program will be awarded the degree of Associate in Applied Science (AAS). Students may enter the program directly from high school or by transferring from another college or university. The program is composed of general education courses, general industrial technol ogy subjects common to most manufacturing industries, and elec tive courses providing an area of emphasis in one of three speciali ties: pulp & paper, plastics, or computer-assisted manufacturing (CAM).

Program Mission:

The mission of the Industrial Technology AAS degree program is to prepare students for employment in various industrial manufacturing or maintenance areas and/or for the pursuit of advanced degrees in industrial engineering by educating them in communication skills, computer literacy, mathematics, science, as well as appropriate technical courses. The primary focus of the program is to prepare students to work as technicians.

Program Goals:

The program will:

  • prepare students to gain knowledge and practical competence in the major areas of the Industrial Technology field allowing for a wide variety of career opportunities.
  • prepare students to use prints and schematics to understand, communicate, and troubleshoot complex industrial control circuits.
  • prepare students to develop skills and knowledge to effectively lead and manage individuals and processes in manufacturing environments.
  • prepare students to gain knowledge of industrial safety practices.
  • prepare students to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, as well as interact effectively within the work environment.
  • prepare students to solve mathematical problems typically encountered in industry.

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE: Students entering the program during the spring semester may not be able to complete within four semesters due to course scheduling. The following sequence is intended only as a guide for general academic planning purposes. IT NEED NOT BE FOLLOWED EXACTLY, NOR BE COMPLETED IN FOUR SEMESTERS.


Eng 101 English Composition  3 Eng 235 Technical Writing 3
Csc 102 Intro Microcomputer App. 3 Int 206 Prin of Fluid Power Systems 3
Mat 205 Technical Math II 4 Int 101 Technical Drawing/CAD 3
Int 100 Industrial Operations 3 Int 215 Workforce Leadership 3
Int 207 Industrial Maintenance           2 Specialized Elective           3
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Int 203 Intro to QC/Q Assurance  3 Ete 202 Intro Industrial Electricity 3
Int 204 Manufacturing Processes 4 Int 102 Blueprint Reading 2
Ete 101 Electrical Circuits I 4 Int 209 Environmental Health/Safety 3
Phy 111 General Physics I           4 Int 214 Industry Internship 0
Hum/Social Science Elective 3
Social Science Elective 3
Specialized Elective           3
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Program Type:

Associate Degrees


Maggie M. Courson
Phone Number: (518) 562-4391
or Call 562-4200 Extension:391

Degree Requirements