Customize Your Training in Different Skill Groups
Why choose Industrial Technology as a career?
Westmoreland’s Industrial Technology programs give students an opportunity to decide between several certificate options.
The degree program will allow students to customize their educational pathway and pursue training in more than one skill group while integrating a core set of foundation courses including applied math, science and communication. View Applied Industrial Technology in the College Catalog
Students will select two of the following certificates in order to complete the Applied Industrial Technology degree:
- Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Mechanic I
- Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Mechanic II
- Advanced Manufacturing Basic Systems
- Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics Technician I
- Industrial Electricity Technology
- Welding Engineering Technology I
- Welding Engineering Technology II
- Journeyman Machining Technology I
- Journeyman Machining Technology II
The 30-credit Industrial Technology diploma program will complete two of the certificates. View Industrial Technology Diploma in the College Catalog | Gainful Employment Disclosure
Students who complete this program may accept positions such as general maintenance and repair workers, production managers, manufacturing and technical sales representatives, production workers, machinists, dispatchers, supervisors, electrical technicians, telecommunications technicians, safety specialists and many others.
In the 10-county region surrounding Westmoreland County Community College, earnings for occupations related to this program range from $20.47 to $44.90 per hour, with an average hourly wage of $31.89.
*Data provided by EMSI (economicmodeling.com)