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Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degree
Process Technology is a job-oriented program, preparing students for career opportunities in all process-related industries as process technicians. Process technologies such as food, pharmaceutical, oil & gas, chemical and petrochemical, paper mills, and power generation plants all employ process technicians.
The Process Technology Program offers students core courses related to the Process Operations that will prepare them to develop in their careers as safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible Process technicians in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Students entering the program should realize that Process Operators generally work rotating shifts, perform tasks requiring good mental and physical aptitude, climb tall structures and work around a variety of chemicals.
The Process Technology Program is committed to serving in partnership, the community and industry with a quality, industry-driven curriculum. In addition to developing technical knowledge regarding plant operations, Process Technology students will develop their curriculum and team building skills throughout the program.
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Our students transfer to 4-year colleges and universities around the globe. We’ve had students transfer to every state, including Alaska and Hawaii.
The Statewide Transfer Agreement for New Jersey ensures that students who earn an A.A. or A.S. degree at a community college will have those credits fully transferable to a New Jersey public four-year institution, will have completed half of the credits required for a basic four-year degree and will have completed all lower division general education requirements. In addition, articulation agreements are being worked out with institutions granting baccalaureate degrees to facilitate the transfer process. Students should discuss the transfer process with an advisor.
Are you interested in transferring to a school in New Jersey? You can use the tools at NJTransfer.org to see which of your MCC courses will transfer to a specific college.