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Ivy Tech School of Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering & Applied Science

Industrial Technology

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Tomorrow's Technician Jobs

What You'll Learn

Ivy Tech Industrial Technology program provides education and training that's largely hands-on, using a variety of training equipment and instruments. Students can take courses on job-specific topics ranging from welding to fluid power systems.

Students learn concepts and skills including:

  • Basic and emerging principles and concepts of the industrial technology industry
  • Electrical and mechanical troubleshooting to diagnose, repair, test and return items to service
  • Industry hazards and measures to protect against them
  • Welding techniques (for applicable credentials)
  • Use of tech-related written materials
  • Commitment to continuous improvement

An Ivy Tech degree or certificate in industrial technology provides students with skills to meet the ever-changing demands of the industry. You can learn concepts and practices that transfer between many occupations and trades that allow you to work with your hands and operate machinery.

Career Options

Graduates of the Ivy Tech Industrial Technology program can seek roles at a variety of locations, including factories and warehouses. Among the industrial technology careers are:

  • Automation specialist
  • Electrical technician
  • Programmable logic controls technician
  • Process technician
  • General maintenance technician
  • Quality specialist
  • Welder / Fabricator

Degree Types Offered

Credential Type Associate Degree – Career-Ready Degree Long-Term Certificates – known as Technical Certificates (TC) Short-Term Certificates – known as Certificates (CT) Workforce Certifications
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Industrial Electrical Technology Next-Level Jobs icon Industrial Mechanical Technology Next-Level Jobs icon Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce Process Operations Technology Next-Level Jobs icon Quality Assurance Next-Level Jobs icon Welding Technology Next-Level Jobs icon Industrial Electrical Next-Level Jobs icon Industrial Mechanical Next-Level Jobs icon Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce Structural Welding OSHA 10-Hour MSSC Safety MSSC Quality Practices & Measurement MSSC Manufacturing Processes & Production MSSC Maintenance Awareness AWS Pipe Welding II Next-Level Jobs icon AWS Shielded Metal ARC Welding II Next-Level Jobs icon AWS Gas Metal MIG II Next-Level Jobs icon AWS Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II Next-Level Jobs icon
A Good Fit If...
  • You're seeking a credential that allows you to use hands-on learning that replicates industry practices
  • You want to start, change or advance in a career or start a path toward a four-year degree
  • You have an interest in troubleshooting electrical manufacturing problems and making repairs
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
  • You have an interest in troubleshooting mechanical problems and making repairs
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
  • You already are an industry professional or apprentice, and you want additional training to meet your career needs
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
  • You're interested in process industries, such as compression molding, automated assembly operations and Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) lines
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
  • You want to focus on ensuring that industrial technology work meets quality standards
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
  • You want to expand your welding knowledge and fabrication and pipe welding skills
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
  • You're curious about how electricity powers industrial machinery
  • You want to earn a credential as you pursue a long-term certificate
  • You're curious about mechanical systems and their use in manufacturing
  • You want to earn a credential as you pursue a long-term certificate
  • You already are an industry professional or apprentice, and you want additional training to meet your career needs
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward a long-term certificate
  • You want to work with your hands and learn and perfect multiple welding processes
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward a long-term certificate
  • You're seeking safety certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
  • You're seeking safety certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
  • You're seeking quality certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
  • You're seeking manufacturing processes and production certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
  • You want maintenance certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
  • You are detail-oriented and like fixing problems
  • You're seeking pipe-welding certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
  • You're seeking certification in the shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) process, for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
  • You want certification in the metal inert gas (MIG) welding process for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
  • You're seeking certification in the tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding process for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
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Length of Program 60 credit hours
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Cost2 $8,973 $5,085 $5,085 $4,487 $5,085 $5,085 $5,085 $3,141 $3,141 $2,692 $3,141 $474 $449 $449 $449 $449 $897 $897 $897 $897

Credential Type

A Good Fit If...

Where Offered

Length of Program

Cost2

Associate Degree – Career-Ready Degree
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
  • You're seeking a credential that allows you to use hands-on learning that replicates industry practices
  • You want to start, change or advance in a career or start a path toward a four-year degree
See 21 locations 60 credit hours
5 semesters
$8,973
Long-Term Certificates – known as Technical Certificates (TC)
Industrial Electrical Technology Next-Level Jobs icon
  • You have an interest in troubleshooting electrical manufacturing problems and making repairs
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
See 22 locations 34 credit hours
3 semesters
$5,085
Industrial Mechanical Technology Next-Level Jobs icon
  • You have an interest in troubleshooting mechanical problems and making repairs
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
See 19 locations 34 credit hours
3 semesters
$5,085
Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce
  • You already are an industry professional or apprentice, and you want additional training to meet your career needs
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
See 41 locations 30 credit hours
3 semesters
$4,487
Process Operations Technology Next-Level Jobs icon
  • You're interested in process industries, such as compression molding, automated assembly operations and Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) lines
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
See 4 locations 34 credit hours
3 semesters
$5,085
Quality Assurance Next-Level Jobs icon
  • You want to focus on ensuring that industrial technology work meets quality standards
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
See 5 locations 34 credit hours
3 semesters
$5,085
Welding Technology Next-Level Jobs icon
  • You want to expand your welding knowledge and fabrication and pipe welding skills
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward an associate degree
See 19 locations 34 credit hours
3 semesters
$5,085
Short-Term Certificates – known as Certificates (CT)
Industrial Electrical Next-Level Jobs icon
  • You're curious about how electricity powers industrial machinery
  • You want to earn a credential as you pursue a long-term certificate
See 23 locations 21 credit hours
2 semesters
$3,141
Industrial Mechanical Next-Level Jobs icon
  • You're curious about mechanical systems and their use in manufacturing
  • You want to earn a credential as you pursue a long-term certificate
See 23 locations 21 credit hours
2 semesters
$3,141
Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce
  • You already are an industry professional or apprentice, and you want additional training to meet your career needs
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward a long-term certificate
See 42 locations 18 credit hours
2 semesters
$2,692
Structural Welding
  • You want to work with your hands and learn and perfect multiple welding processes
  • You're seeking a credential that can build toward a long-term certificate
See 19 locations 21 credit hours
2 semesters
$3,141
Workforce Certifications
OSHA 10-Hour
  • You're seeking safety certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
See 23 locations 3 credit hours
0.5 semester
$474
MSSC Safety
  • You're seeking safety certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
See 23 locations 3 credit hours
0.5 semester
$449
MSSC Quality Practices & Measurement
  • You're seeking quality certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
See 23 locations 3 credit hours
0.5 semester
$449
MSSC Manufacturing Processes & Production
  • You're seeking manufacturing processes and production certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
See 23 locations 3 credit hours
0.5 semester
$449
MSSC Maintenance Awareness
  • You want maintenance certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
  • You are detail-oriented and like fixing problems
See 23 locations 3 credit hours
0.5 semester
$449
AWS Pipe Welding II Next-Level Jobs icon
  • You're seeking pipe-welding certification for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
See 19 locations 6 credit hours
1 semester
$897
AWS Shielded Metal ARC Welding II Next-Level Jobs icon
  • You're seeking certification in the shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) process, for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
See 19 locations 6 credit hours
1 semester
$897
AWS Gas Metal MIG II Next-Level Jobs icon
  • You want certification in the metal inert gas (MIG) welding process for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
See 19 locations 6 credit hours
1 semester
$897
AWS Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II Next-Level Jobs icon
  • You're seeking certification in the tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding process for an entry-level production or skilled trade apprentice or a trainee position
See 19 locations 6 credit hours
1 semester
$897

Nationally Recognized Program

The Ivy Tech Industrial Technology program is proud to hold various industry certifications and accreditations from nationally recognized organizations. The program includes a Smart Automation Certification Alliance (SACA)-certified testing location and is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). Additionally, many Ivy Tech instructors are certified by the American Welding Society (AWS), Fuji Automatic Numerical Control (FANUC), Siemens, MSSC and SACA.

Together, these recognitions provide students with training in the best of environments with highly qualified instruction.

 

Industry Partnerships

Ivy Tech's Industrial Technology program has a variety of partnerships with industry employers and organizations. These partners are hiring for roles such as welder, maintenance technician, millwrights, electrical technician, and quality manager. Ivy Tech is proud to work with many local partners across the state to support our communities. Some prominent partners include:

 

Associate Degree – Career-Ready Degree

  • Ivy Tech's Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Industrial Technology degree program focuses on hands-on training that prepares you for the workplace. Students take courses in supervision and teams at work as well as manufacturing projects. They also take a variety of required and elective classes that allow them to tailor their education and training.

    Additionally, if you want to continue your education after earning your degree, Ivy Tech offers several partnerships with four-year colleges and universities. Talk to our transfer advocates for more information.

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The AAS in Industrial Technology degree program requires 60 credit hours, or five semesters, to complete.

    Earn a Certificate on the Way to Your AAS

    A recommended path to an associate degree in Industrial Technology is to complete one or more of the certificates offered by Ivy Tech while working toward the degree. The certificates are designed to provide gateways toward entry-level industrial technology careers existing in the local industry.

    Short-term Certificates:

    • Industrial Electrical
    • Industrial Mechanical
    • Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce
    • Structural Welding

    Long-term Technical Certificates:

    • Industrial Mechanical Technology
    • Industrial Electrical Technology
    • Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce
    • Process Operations Technology
    • Quality Assurance
    • Welding Technology

    Required Courses

    The 60 required credit hours include:

    • 17 general education course credits
    • 42 program-specific course credits
    • 1 student success credit (college requirement)

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    Completion Guide

    A completion guide provides the recommended path to graduation, broken out by 8-week terms. For students taking fewer classes at a time, the courses are numbered to show the overall number that will be taken. Select the completion guide for the industrial technology associate degree path you want to pursue:

    View AAS in Industrial Technology Completion Guides

    Please consult with your advisor to determine which classes are the best option for you to take. Completion guides may vary by campus/location.

    Sample Careers

    Graduates of the AAS in Industrial Technology at Ivy Tech can pursue jobs centered on applications ranging from manufacturing to research. Careers include:

    • Maintenance technician
    • Process tech
    • Electrical tech
    • Industrial maintenance tech
    • Automation tech
    • Industrial field technician
    • Production control technician
    • Stamping process technician
    • Metallurgist
    • Quality auditor
    • Calibration technician
    • Inspector
    • Quality technician
    • Quality analyst
    • Entry level quality engineer
    • Reliability/safety engineer
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Long-Term Certificates known as Technical Certificates (TC)

  • Ivy Tech's Industrial Electrical Technology Technical Certificate (TC) provides education and training in topics such as advanced manufacturing, industrial wiring and electrical circuits.

    Students can choose a targeted elective course in an area such as computer-aided design (CAD), electric line distribution and construction, supply chain management, and renewable energy systems.

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The Industrial Electrical Technology TC program requires 34 credit hours, or two to three semesters, to complete.

    FREE Through Next Level Jobs

    Industrial Electrical Technology is part of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs degree program, funded by the Workforce Ready Grant. You may be eligible for a free Industrial Electrical Technology TC. You are eligible to be a part of Next Level Jobs at Ivy Tech if you fulfill all of the following requirements:

    • Are an Indiana resident
    • Have a high school diploma or GED/High School Equivalency
    • Have not previously received a certificate in a Next Level Jobs eligible program
    • Have not previously received an associate degree or higher (bachelors, masters, etc.)*

    Learn more about Next Level Jobs

    *Note: Students who are admitted to the Next Level Jobs program to pursue the Industrial Electrical Technology CT are required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing, and physical exam.

    Building on Your Certificate

    If your goal is to earn an associate degree in Industrial Technology, you can earn this long-term certificate on your way. The technical certificate is designed to provide a gateway into entry-level industrial technology careers. That means you may be able to enter the workforce in your desired field even before you graduate, if your plan includes working while you’re in school.

    Required Courses

    The 34 required credit hours include:

    • 3 general education course credits
    • 30 program-specific course credits
    • 1 student success credit (college requirement)

    View Course Descriptions

    SEARCH UPCOMING COURSES

    Completion Guide

    A completion guide provides the recommended path to graduation, broken out by 8-week terms. For students taking fewer classes at a time, the courses are numbered to show the overall number that will be taken.

    View Industrial Electrical Technology TC Completion Guide

    Please consult with your advisor to determine which classes are the best option for you to take. Completion guides may vary by campus/location.

    Sample Careers

    Graduates of Ivy Tech's Industrial Electrical Technology TC program can pursue jobs in manufacturing, as line workers, and in electrical service roles. Jobs include:

    • Electrical tech
    • Industrial maintenance tech
    • Automation tech

    Program Learning Outcomes

    Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) are the competencies that Ivy Tech students should be well versed in upon graduating from the program.

    See PLOs

    Close
  • Ivy Tech's Industrial Mechanical Technology Technical Certificate (TC) provides education and training in topics such as advanced manufacturing, mechanical drives and machine maintenance and installation.

    Students can choose a targeted elective course in an area such as computer-aided design (CAD), electrical power and construction, supply chain management, and machining.

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The Industrial Mechanical Technology TC program requires 34 credit hours, or two to three semesters, to complete.

    FREE Through Next Level Jobs

    Industrial Mechanical Technology is part of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs degree program, funded by the Workforce Ready Grant. You may be eligible for a free Industrial Mechanical Technology TC. You are eligible to be a part of Next Level Jobs at Ivy Tech if you fulfill all of the following requirements:

    • Are an Indiana resident
    • Have a high school diploma or GED/High School Equivalency
    • Have not previously received a certificate in a Next Level Jobs eligible program
    • Have not previously received an associate degree or higher (bachelors, masters, etc.)*

    Learn more about Next Level Jobs

    *Note: Students who are admitted to the Next Level Jobs program to pursue the Industrial Mechanical Technology TC are required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing, and physical exam.

    Building on Your Certificate

    If your goal is to earn an associate degree in Industrial Technology, you can earn this long-term certificate on your way. The technical certificate is designed to provide a gateway into entry-level industrial technology careers. That means you may be able to enter the workforce in your desired field even before you graduate, if your plan includes working while you’re in school.

    Required Courses

    The 34 credit hours required to complete this TC program include:

    • 3 general education course credits
    • 30 program-specific course credits
    • 1 student success credit (college requirement)

    View Course Descriptions

    SEARCH UPCOMING COURSES

    Completion Guide

    A completion guide provides the recommended path to graduation, broken out by 8-week terms. For students taking fewer classes at a time, the courses are numbered to show the overall number that will be taken.

    View Industrial Mechanical Technology TC Completion Guide

    Please consult with your advisor to determine which classes are the best option for you to take. Completion guides may vary by campus/location.

    Career to Pursue

    Graduates of Ivy Tech's Industrial Mechanical Technology TC program can pursue a career as a mechanical maintenance tech. These professionals work in manufacturing, production and fabrication shops.

    Program Learning Outcomes

    Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) are the competencies that Ivy Tech students should be well versed in upon graduating from the program.

    See PLOs

    Close
  • Ivy Tech's Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce Technical Certificate (TC) is an employer-sponsored program. The certificate emphasizes electives that employers select to meet their on-the-job needs.

    Electives range from design technology and refrigeration, to workplace and safety. Contact your advisor to learn more about employee-sponsored programming.

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    Completing the Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce TC requires 30 credit hours, or two to three semesters.

    Building on Your Certificate

    If your goal is to earn an associate degree in Industrial Technology, you can earn this long-term certificate on your way. The technical certificate is designed for industrial technology professionals and apprentices. That means you may be able to continue to work in your desired field even before you graduate, if your plan includes working while you’re in school.

    Required Courses

    The required 30 credit hours include:

    • 3 general education course credits
    • 27 program-specific elective course credits

    View Course Descriptions

    SEARCH UPCOMING COURSES

    Sample Careers

    The careers associated with the Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce TC vary according to the needs of the student's professional role. Graduates typically work in manufacturing or service positions. They focus on these areas:

    • Electrical
    • Mechanical
    • Welding
    • Quality
    • Process
    • Automation
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  • Ivy Tech's Process Operations Technology Technical Certificate (TC) provides education and training in topics such as:

    • Technical math
    • Chemistry
    • Advanced manufacturing
    • Fluid power
    • Industrial electrical work
    • Safety and health environment
    • Process instrumentation

    Students can choose a targeted elective course in an area such as computer-aided design (CAD), electrical power and construction, supply chain management, and machining.

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The Process Operations Technology TC program requires 34 credit hours, or two to three semesters, to complete.

    FREE Through Next Level Jobs

    Process Operations Technology is part of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs degree program, funded by the Workforce Ready Grant. You may be eligible for a free Process Operations Technology TC. You are eligible to be a part of Next Level Jobs at Ivy Tech if you fulfill all of the following requirements:

    • Are an Indiana resident
    • Have a high school diploma or GED/High School Equivalency
    • Have not previously received a certificate in a Next Level Jobs eligible program
    • Have not previously received an associate degree or higher (bachelors, masters, etc.)*

    Learn more about Next Level Jobs 

    *Note: Students who are admitted to the Next Level Jobs program to pursue the Process Operations Technology TC are required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing, and physical exam.

    Building on Your Certificate

    If your goal is to earn an associate degree in Industrial Technology, you can earn this long-term certificate on your way. The technical certificate is designed to provide a gateway into entry-level industrial technology careers. That means you may be able to enter the workforce in your desired field even before you graduate, if your plan includes working while you’re in school.

    Required Courses

    The 34 credit hours required to complete this TC program include:

    • 3 general education course credits
    • 30 program-specific course credits
    • 1 student success credit (college requirement)

    View Course Descriptions

    Search Upcoming Courses

    Completion Guide

    A completion guide provides the recommended path to graduation, broken out by 8-week terms. For students taking fewer classes at a time, the courses are numbered to show the overall number that will be taken.

    View Process Operations Technology TC Completion Guide

    Please consult with your advisor to determine which classes are the best option for you to take. Completion guides may vary by campus/location.

    Sample Careers

    Graduates of the Ivy Tech Process Operations Technology TC program can pursue careers working in the production environment. Jobs include:

    • Utility worker
    • Instrument and controls worker
    • Mechanical maintenance worker
    • Catalyst, chemical, coating and ethanol process operators or technicians

    Program Learning Outcomes

    Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) are the competencies that Ivy Tech students should be well versed in upon graduating from the program.

    See PLOs

    Close
  • Ivy Tech's Quality Assurance Technical Certificate (TC) provides education and training in technical math as well as quality control subjects. Among the topics the program covers are:

    • Advanced manufacturing principles and technology
    • Lean manufacturing
    • Quality systems
    • Process control
    • International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/Quality System (QS) standards

    Students can choose a targeted elective course in an area such as computer-aided design (CAD), electric line distribution and construction, supply chain management, and renewable energy systems.

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The Quality Assurance TC program requires 34 credit hours, or two to three semesters, to complete.

    FREE Through Next Level Jobs

    Quality Assurance is part of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs degree program, funded by the Workforce Ready Grant. You may be eligible for a free Quality Assurance TC. You are eligible to be a part of Next Level Jobs at Ivy Tech if you fulfill all of the following requirements:

    • Are an Indiana resident
    • Have a high school diploma or GED/High School Equivalency
    • Have not previously received a certificate in a Next Level Jobs eligible program
    • Have not previously received an associate degree or higher (bachelors, masters, etc.)*

    Learn more about Next Level Jobs 

    *Note: Students who are admitted to the Next Level Jobs program to pursue the Quality Assurance TC are required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing, and physical exam.

    Building on Your Certificate

    If your goal is to earn an associate degree in Industrial Technology, you can earn this long-term certificate on your way. The technical certificate is designed to provide a gateway into entry-level industrial technology careers. That means you may be able to enter the workforce in your desired field even before you graduate, if your plan includes working while you’re in school.

    Required Courses

    The 34 required credit hours include:

    • 3 general education course credits
    • 30 program-specific course credits
    • 1 student success credit (college requirement)

    View Course Descriptions

    Search Upcoming Courses

    Completion Guide

    A completion guide provides the recommended path to graduation, broken out by 8-week terms. For students taking fewer classes at a time, the courses are numbered to show the overall number that will be taken.

    View Quality Assurance TC Completion Guide

    Please consult with your advisor to determine which classes are the best option for you to take. Completion guides may vary by campus/location.

    Sample Careers

    Graduates of the Ivy Tech Quality Assurance TC program can pursue careers working in the production environment. Jobs include:

    • Quality auditor
    • Calibration technician
    • Inspector
    • Quality technician
    • Quality analyst
    • Quality engineer
    • Reliability/safety engineer

    Program Learning Outcomes

    Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) are the competencies that Ivy Tech students should be well versed in upon graduating from the program.

    See PLOs

    Close
  • Ivy Tech's Welding Technology Technical Certificate (TC) teaches students about technical math as well as welding fundamentals. The program also focuses on different types of welding, including:

    • Shielded metal arc (SMAW)
    • Gas metal arc (MIG)
    • Gas tungsten arc (TIG)

    Students can choose a targeted elective course in an area such as pipe welding, welding fabrication, or blueprint reading for welders.

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The Welding Technology TC program requires 34 credit hours, or two to three semesters, to complete.

    FREE Through Next Level Jobs

    Welding Technology is part of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs degree program, funded by the Workforce Ready Grant. You may be eligible for a free Welding Technology TC. You are eligible to be a part of Next Level Jobs at Ivy Tech if you fulfill all of the following requirements:

    • Are an Indiana resident
    • Have a high school diploma or GED/High School Equivalency
    • Have not previously received a certificate in a Next Level Jobs eligible program
    • Have not previously received an associate degree or higher (bachelors, masters, etc.)*

    Learn more about Next Level Jobs

    *Note: Students who are admitted to the Next Level Jobs program to pursue the Welding Technology TC are required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing, and physical exam.

    Building on Your Certificate

    If your goal is to earn an associate degree in Industrial Technology, you can earn this long-term certificate on your way. The technical certificate is designed to provide a gateway into entry-level industrial technology careers. That means you may be able to enter the workforce in your desired field even before you graduate, if your plan includes working while you’re in school.

    Required Courses

    The 34 required credit hours include:

    • 3 general education course credits
    • 30 program-specific course credits
    • 1 student success credit (college requirement)

    View Course Descriptions

    Search Upcoming Courses 

    Completion Guide

    A completion guide provides the recommended path to graduation, broken out by 8-week terms. For students taking fewer classes at a time, the courses are numbered to show the overall number that will be taken.

    View Welding Technology TC Completion Guide 

    Please consult with your advisor to determine which classes are the best option for you to take. Completion guides may vary by campus/location.

    Sample Careers

    Graduates of the Ivy Tech Welding Technology TC program can pursue careers working in the production environment. Jobs include:

    • Stick pipe welder
    • Welder
    • Autobody technician
    • Welding fabricator
    • Pipe fitter
    • Metal fabricator
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Short-Term Certificates known as Certificates (CT)

  • Ivy Tech's Industrial Electrical Certificate (CT) teaches students about subjects such as:

    • Advanced manufacturing
    • Motors and motor controls
    • Industrial wiring
    • Electrical circuits
    • Automation controls

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The Industrial Electrical CT requires 21 credit hours, or two semesters, to complete.

    FREE Through Next Level Jobs

    Industrial Electrical is part of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs degree program, funded by the Workforce Ready Grant. You may be eligible for a free Industrial Electrical CT. You are eligible to be a part of Next Level Jobs at Ivy Tech if you fulfill all of the following requirements:

    • Are an Indiana resident
    • Have a high school diploma or GED/High School Equivalency
    • Have not previously received a certificate in a Next Level Jobs eligible program
    • Have not previously received an associate degree or higher (bachelors, masters, etc.)*

    Learn more about Next Level Jobs

    *Note: Students who are admitted to the Next Level Jobs program to pursue the Industrial Electrical CT are required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing, and physical exam.

    Building on Your Certificate

    If your goal is to earn a technical certificate in Industrial Electrical or an associate degree in Industrial Technology, you can earn this short-term certificate on your way. The certificate is designed to provide a gateway into entry-level industrial technology careers. That means you may be able to enter the workforce in your desired field even before you graduate, if your plan includes working while you’re in school.

    Required Courses

    Graduates must complete a total of 21 credit hours:

    View Course Descriptions

    SEARCH UPCOMING COURSES

    Completion Guide

    A completion guide provides the recommended path to graduation, broken out by 8-week terms. For students taking fewer classes at a time, the courses are numbered to show the overall number that will be taken.

    View Industrial Electrical CT Completion Guide

    Please consult with your advisor to determine which classes are the best option for you to take. Completion guides may vary by campus/location.

    Sample Careers

    Graduates of the Ivy Tech Industrial Electrical CT program can pursue careers in manufacturing, as line workers, and in electrical service. They can focus on electrical, mechanical, welding, quality, process or automation. Jobs include:

    • Electrical tech
    • Industrial maintenance tech
    • Automation tech

    Program Learning Outcomes

    Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) are the competencies that Ivy Tech students should be well versed in upon graduating from the program.

    See PLOs

    Close
  • Ivy Tech's Industrial Mechanical Certificate (CT) teaches students about subjects such as:

    • Advanced manufacturing
    • Mechanical drives
    • Fluid power
    • Machine maintenance and installation

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The Industrial Mechanical CT requires 21 credit hours, or two semesters, to complete.

    FREE Through Next Level Jobs

    Industrial Mechanical is part of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs degree program, funded by the Workforce Ready Grant. You may be eligible for a free Industrial Mechanical CT. You are eligible to be a part of Next Level Jobs at Ivy Tech if you fulfill all of the following requirements:

    • Are an Indiana resident
    • Have a high school diploma or GED/High School Equivalency
    • Have not previously received a certificate in a Next Level Jobs eligible program
    • Have not previously received an associate degree or higher (bachelors, masters, etc.)*

    Learn more about Next Level Jobs

    *Note: Students who are admitted to the Next Level Jobs program to pursue the Industrial Mechanical CT are required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing, and physical exam.

    Building on Your Certificate

    If your goal is to earn a technical certificate in Industrial Mechanical or an associate degree in Industrial Technology, you can earn this short-term certificate on your way. The certificate is designed to provide a gateway into entry-level industrial technology careers. That means you may be able to enter the workforce in your desired field even before you graduate, if your plan includes working while you’re in school.

    Required Courses

    Graduates must complete a total of 21 credit hours:

    View Course Descriptions

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    Completion Guide

    A completion guide provides the recommended path to graduation, broken out by 8-week terms. For students taking fewer classes at a time, the courses are numbered to show the overall number that will be taken.

    View Industrial Mechanical CT Completion Guide

    Please consult with your advisor to determine which classes are the best option for you to take. Completion guides may vary by campus/location.

    Career to Pursue

    Ivy Tech Industrial Mechanical CT graduates can work as mechanical maintenance techs. These professionals work in:

    • Manufacturing
    • Production
    • Fabrication shops

    Program Learning Outcomes

    Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) are the competencies that Ivy Tech students should be well versed in upon graduating from the program.

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  • Ivy Tech's Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce Certificate (CT) is an employer-sponsored program. The certificate emphasizes electives that employers select to meet their on-the-job needs.

    Electives range from design technology, to refrigeration, to workplace and safety. Contact your advisor to learn more about employee-sponsored programming.

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce CT requires 18 credit hours, or two semesters, to complete.

    Building on Your Certificate

    If your goal is to earn a technical certificate in Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce or an associate degree in Industrial Technology, you can earn this short-term certificate on your way. The certificate is designed for industrial technology professionals and apprentices. That means you may be able to continue to work in your desired field even before you graduate, if your plan includes working while you’re in school.

    Required Courses

    Graduates must complete a total of 18 credit hours:

    View Course Descriptions

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    Sample Careers

    The careers associated with the Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce CT vary according to the needs of the student's professional role. Graduates typically work in manufacturing or service positions. They focus on these areas:

    • Electrical
    • Mechanical
    • Welding
    • Quality
    • Process
    • Automation
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  • Ivy Tech's Structural Welding Certificate (CT) teaches students about welding fundamentals. The program also focuses on different types of welding, including:

    • Shielded metal arc
    • Gas metal arc (MIG)
    • Gas tungsten arc (TIG)

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The Structural Welding CT program requires 21 credit hours, or two semesters, to complete.

    Building on Your Certificate

    If your goal is to earn a technical certificate or associate degree in Industrial Technology, you can earn this short-term certificate on your way. The certificate is designed to provide a gateway into entry-level industrial technology careers. That means you may be able to enter the workforce in your desired field even before you graduate, if your plan includes working while you’re in school.

    Required Courses

    Graduates must complete a total of 21 credit hours:

    View course descriptions

    SEARCH UPCOMING COURSES

    Completion Guide

    A completion guide provides the recommended path to graduation, broken out by 8-week terms. For students taking fewer classes at a time, the courses are numbered to show the overall number that will be taken.

    View Structural Welding CT Completion Guide

    Please consult with your advisor to determine which classes are the best option for you to take. Completion guides may vary by campus/location.

    Sample Careers

    Graduates of the Ivy Tech Structural Welding CT program can pursue careers working in manufacturing, production and in fabrication shops. Jobs include:

    • Stick pipe welder
    • Welder
    • Autobody technician
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Workforce Certifications

  • The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10 Hour General Industry course will train workers to recognize, avoid, and abate hazards in the workplace. Topics covered in the course may include Fire Safety, Machine Guarding, Electrical Hazards, Ladder Safety, Workers Right to Know, and more. 

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete & Required Course

    The OSHA 10 Hour course requires one semester to complete, and is embedded into ADMF 101 Key Principles of Advanced Manufacturing or or WELD 100 Welding Fundamentals. You can sign up for that individual course or complete it as part of pursuing one of our certificates or associate degree in the Industrial Technology program.

    View Course Descriptions:

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    Career to Pursue

    After completing the OSHA 10 Hour course through Ivy Tech, students may work in a production environment, in entry-level production worker roles.

     

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  • The Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Safety workforce certification through Ivy Tech focuses on topics including:

    • Working in a safe and productive manufacturing workplace
    • Performing safety and environmental inspections
    • Conducting emergency drills and participating in emergency teams
    • Noting and correcting unsafe conditions
    • Training workers to use equipment safely
    • Suggesting and following safety-based processes and procedures
    • Meeting safety and health requirements
    • Monitoring equipment and operator performance

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete & Required Course

    The MSSC Safety workforce certification program is embedded into ADMF 101 Key Principals of Advanced Manufacturing and is typically completed during the second eight-week term of a 16-week semester.

    View Course Description for ADMF 101

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    Career to Pursue

    After completing the MSSC Safety workforce certification program through Ivy Tech, students may work in a production environment, in entry-level production worker roles.

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  • The Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Quality Practices & Measurement workforce certification through Ivy Tech focuses on topics including:

    • Participating in internal quality audits
    • Checking calibration of data collection equipment
    • Suggesting continuous quality improvements
    • Inspecting materials, products and processes 
    • Documenting the outcomes of quality tests
    • Communicating quality issues
    • Correcting quality control issues
    • Recording outcomes of process improvements
    • Understanding the fundamentals of blueprint reading
    • Using common measurement systems and tools

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete & Required Course

    The MSSC Quality Practices & Measurement workforce certification program is embedded into ADMF 101 Key Principals of Advanced Manufacturing and is typically completed during the second eight-week term of a 16-week semester.

    View Course Description for ADMF 101

    Search Upcoming Courses

    Career to Pursue

    After completing the MSSC Quality Practices & Measurement workforce certification program through Ivy Tech, students may work in a production environment, in entry-level production worker roles.

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  • The Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Manufacturing Processes & Production workforce certification through Ivy Tech focuses on topics including:

    • Identifying customer needs
    • Determining the resources available for production
    • Setting up equipment for production
    • Establishing production goals
    • Assigning jobs
    • Coordinating workflow
    • Communicating requirements and specifications
    • Completing and monitoring the production process
    • Documenting product and process compliance with requirements
    • Preparing the product for distribution

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete & Required Course

    The MSSC Manufacturing Processes & Production workforce certification program is embedded into ADMF 102 Technology in Advanced Manufacturing and is typically completed during the second eight-week term of a 16-week semester.

    View Course Description for ADMF 102

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    Career to Pursue

    After completing the MSSC Manufacturing Processes & Production workforce certification program through Ivy Tech, students may work in a production environment, in entry-level production worker roles.

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  • The Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Maintenance Awareness workforce certification through Ivy Tech focused on topics including: 

    • Performing preventive maintenance and routine repair
    • Monitoring indicators to ensure correct operations
    • Performing all housekeeping to maintain production schedule
    • Recognizing potential maintenance issues with basic production systems, including knowledge of when to inform maintenance personnel about problems

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete & Required Course

    The MSSC Maintenance Awareness workforce certification program is embedded into ADMF 102 Technology in Advanced Manufacturing and is typically completed during the second eight-week term of a 16-week semester.

    View Course Description for ADMF 102

    Search Upcoming Courses

    Career to Pursue

    After completing the MSSC Maintenance Awareness workforce certification program through Ivy Tech, students may work in a production environment, in entry-level production worker roles.

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  • The American Welding Society (AWS) Pipe Welding II workforce certification through Ivy Tech prepares students for entry level careers in pipe welding / pipe fitting. 

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The AWS Pipe Welding II workforce certification requires six credit hours and can typically be completed during a 16-week semester.

    FREE Through Next Level Jobs

    AWS Pipe Welding II is part of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs degree program, funded by the Workforce Ready Grant. You may be eligible for a free AWS Pipe Welding II workforce certification. You are eligible to be a part of Next Level Jobs at Ivy Tech if you fulfill all of the following requirements:

    • Are an Indiana resident
    • Have a high school diploma or GED/High School Equivalency
    • Have not previously received a certificate in a Next Level Jobs eligible program
    • Have not previously received an associate degree or higher (bachelors, masters, etc.)*

    Learn more about Next Level Jobs

    *Note: Students who are admitted to the Next Level Jobs program to pursue the AWS Pipe Welding II workforce certification are required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing, and physical exam.

    Required Courses

    To complete this workforce certification, students must take WELD 203 Pipe Welding I and WELD 204 Pipe Welding II.

    View Course Descriptions:

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    Career to Pursue

    After completing the AWS Pipe Welding II workforce certification program through Ivy Tech, students may work in a production environment, in entry-level pipe welder roles.

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  • The American Welding Society (AWS) Shielded Metal Arc Welding II workforce certification through Ivy Tech prepares students for entry level careers as welders / fabricators using the SMAW process.

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The AWS Shielded Metal Arc Welding II workforce certification requires six credit hours and can typically be completed during a 16-week semester.

    FREE Through Next Level Jobs

    AWS Shielded Metal Arc Welding II is part of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs degree program, funded by the Workforce Ready Grant. You may be eligible for a free AWS Shielded Metal Arc Welding II workforce certification. You are eligible to be a part of Next Level Jobs at Ivy Tech if you fulfill all of the following requirements:

    • Are an Indiana resident
    • Have a high school diploma or GED/High School Equivalency
    • Have not previously received a certificate in a Next Level Jobs eligible program
    • Have not previously received an associate degree or higher (bachelors, masters, etc.)*

    Learn more about Next Level Jobs

    *Note: Students who are admitted to the Next Level Jobs program to pursue the AWS Shielded Metal Arc Welding II workforce certification are required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing, and physical exam.

    Required Courses

    To complete this workforce certification, students must take WELD 108 Shielded Metal Arc Welding and WELD 206 Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding.

    View Course Descriptions:

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    Career to Pursue

    After completing the AWS Shielded Metal Arc Welding II workforce certification program through Ivy Tech, students may work in a production environment, in entry-level shielded metal arc welder (SMAW) roles.

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  • The American Welding Society (AWS) Gas Metal, Metal Inert Gas (MIG) workforce certification through Ivy Tech prepares students for entry level careers as welders / fabricators using the GMAW process.

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The AWS Gas Metal MIG II workforce certification requires six credit hours and can typically be completed during a 16-week semester.

    FREE Through Next Level Jobs

    AWS Gas Metal MIG II is part of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs degree program, funded by the Workforce Ready Grant. You may be eligible for a free AWS Gas Metal MIG II workforce certification. You are eligible to be a part of Next Level Jobs at Ivy Tech if you fulfill all of the following requirements:

    • Are an Indiana resident
    • Have a high school diploma or GED/High School Equivalency
    • Have not previously received a certificate in a Next Level Jobs eligible program
    • Have not previously received an associate degree or higher (bachelors, masters, etc.)*

    Learn more about Next Level Jobs

    *Note: Students who are admitted to the Next Level Jobs program to pursue the AWS Gas Metal MIG II workforce certification are required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing, and physical exam.

    Required Courses

    To complete this workforce certification, students must take WELD 207 Gas Metal Arc (MIG) Welding and WELD 272 Advanced Gas Metal (MIG) Welding II.

    View Course Descriptions:

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    Career to Pursue

    After completing the AWS Gas Metal MIG II workforce certification program through Ivy Tech, students may work in a production environment, in entry-level gas metal arc welder (GMAW) roles.

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  • The American Welding Society (AWS) Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II workforce certification through Ivy Tech prepares students for entry level careers as welders / fabricators using the GTAW process.

    Apply Now   Request More Info

    Time to Complete

    The AWS Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II workforce certification requires six credit hours and is can typically be completed during a 16-week semester.

    FREE Through Next Level Jobs

    AWS Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II is part of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs degree program, funded by the Workforce Ready Grant. You may be eligible for a free AWS Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II workforce certification. You are eligible to be a part of Next Level Jobs at Ivy Tech if you fulfill all of the following requirements:

    • Are an Indiana resident
    • Have a high school diploma or GED/High School Equivalency
    • Have not previously received a certificate in a Next Level Jobs eligible program
    • Have not previously received an associate degree or higher (bachelors, masters, etc.)*

    Learn more about Next Level Jobs

    *Note: Students who are admitted to the Next Level Jobs program to pursue the AWS Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II workforce certification are required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing, and physical exam.

    Required Courses

    To complete this workforce certification, students must take WELD 208 Gas Tungsten Arc (TIG) Welding and WELD 273 Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding.

    View Course Descriptions:

    Search Upcoming Courses

    Career to Pursue

    After completing the AWS Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II workforce certification program through Ivy Tech, students may work in a production environment, in entry-level gas tungsten arc welder (GTAW) roles.

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Program Details

Industrial Technology is offered at 42 Ivy Tech locations in Indiana. Each location offers a unique combination of certificate and degree options:

Campus OSHA 10-Hour WFC MSSC Safety WFC MSSC Quality Practices & Measurement WFC MSSC Manufacturing Processes & Production WFC MSSC Maintenance Awareness WFC AWS Pipe Welding II WFC AWS Shielded Metal ARC Welding II WFC AWS Gas Metal MIG II WFC AWS Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II WFC Industrial Electrical CT Industrial Mechanical CT Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce CT Structural Welding CT Industrial Electrical Technology TC Industrial Mechanical Technology TC Interdisciplinary Industrial Workforce TC Process Operations Technology TC Quality Assurance TC Welding Technology TC Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
Anderson X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Batesville X X
Bloomington X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Columbus X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Connersville X X X X X X X X
Crawfordsville X X
Elkhart X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Evansville X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Fort Wayne X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Frankfort X X
Franklin X X
Greencastle X X
Greensburg X X
Hamilton County X X X X X X X X X X X
Indianapolis X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Kokomo X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
La Porte X X X
Lafayette X X X X X X X X X X X X
Lake County at East Chicago X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Lawrence X
Lawrenceburg X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Logansport X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Madison X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Marion X X X X X X X X X X X X
Michigan City X X X X X X X X
Monticello X X
Muncie X X X X X X X X X X X X
New Castle X X
North Vernon X X
Peru X X
Princeton X X
Richmond X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Rushville X X
Scottsburg X X
Sellersburg X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Seymour X X
Shelbyville X X
South Bend X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Tell City X X
Terre Haute X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Valparaiso X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Warsaw X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

CT — Certificate (short-term); TC — Technical Certificate (long-term); WFC — Workforce Certification.

Is Industrial Technology Right for Me?

Industrial technology careers can be a great fit for people who like to work with their hands and interact with machines. The field offers opportunities to put their skills to use — from welding to troubleshooting and correcting electrical or mechanical equipment.

Ivy Tech's Industrial Technology program offers degrees and certificates designed to teach what graduates will need on the job, from technical skills to industry-focused math and communications.

Sound Like You?

If you identify with the traits and program details above, industrial technology may be the path for you! Take the next step to get started or speak with your local advisor to learn more.

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Prerequisite Courses for Industrial Technology

Students coming to Ivy Tech with their high school diploma or equivalent can start straight into the degree program without completing any prerequisite courses as long as they are considered college ready by the knowledge assessment.

No Expiration of Credits

There is no expiration date for course credits that were earned in previous years from Ivy Tech Community College.

Transfer Credit for Prerequisite Courses

Prerequisite courses completed at colleges other than Ivy Tech will only be considered for general education selection points if transfer credit has been awarded and courses appear on the Ivy Tech transcript prior to the application deadline.

TR grades are not recognized by the online application. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that transfer credit has been awarded and that TR grades are updated to transfer letter grades (TA, TB, TC) on their Ivy Tech transcript.

It is recommended that college transcripts be submitted to the Registrar’s office for evaluation and transfer credit at least 4 weeks prior to the program application deadline to ensure adequate time for processing.

Industrial Technology Course Descriptions

Descriptions of industrial technology courses can be found in our online course catalog:

View Industrial Technology Course Descriptions

Upcoming Classes

See when specific classes will be offered by searching our class list in Schedule Builder. First, select the semester you’re looking for and then enter the name of the class in the search bar. 

Search for Upcoming Classes

If you’re a current student, upcoming classes are easy to find in Schedule Builder in MyIvy.

Class Formats

Ivy Tech industrial technology courses are taught in a traditional, in-person format, with opportunities for hybrid (blended or learn anywhere) courses available.

Applying to Ivy Tech is Free & Easy

The Ivy Tech application is free and easy—you don’t need a certain test score, GPA, or class rank to get started at Ivy Tech. Applying takes about 10-15 minutes and can be completed entirely online.

No Application Deadlines

Ivy Tech does not have a deadline for admission. Our 8-week class sessions start throughout the year—in January, March, June, August, and October—and there is no hard deadline for applying for any of the start dates. It's important, though, to apply early enough that you'll be able to complete all the degree planning, financial aid, and registration activities that need to happen before your first day. We recommend you apply about one month before you intend to start classes. See upcoming start dates

Start with a Certificate

For many Automotive Technology programs, Ivy Tech recommends applying for either a long-term certificate or short-term certificate (previously called technical certificates and certificates, respectively) 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 certificate level, you will be able to earn several stackable workforce certifications as part of your education and training.

Steps to Apply

(1) Apply to Ivy Tech

If you’ve never applied to Ivy Tech Community College before (or if it’s been two years since you last attended classes here), visit your first step is to apply to Ivy Tech. You can apply online or in person. To apply in person, reach out to your local admissions team and arrange a meeting. Or, stop by any campus on any Tuesday for Tuesdays@TheTech to receive personal assistance with applying and registering for classes.

Apply Now

(2) Submit Assessment Documents

After you submit your application, you'll be asked to upload documentation—such as SAT/ACT/PSAT scores or high school and college transcripts—that can assess your readiness for college-level coursework and help us make sure you are taking classes that are the right fit for you. How to upload assessment documents

If you don't have your scores or transcripts at your fingertips, don’t worry. Go ahead and submit your application. You can go back to upload assessment documents at any time until the end of the term for which you applied.

(3) Look for a Confirmation Email

Once your application is processed, you will receive a confirmation email at the email address provided on your application. Typically the email will arrive within 1-2 business days of submission, but during peak processing periods (April-June) could take up to 5-10 business days.

The email will contain instructions on how to register for classes, as well as important information regarding your Ivy Tech student portal (MyIvy account), tuition, payment options, and more.

(4) Create an Account in MyIvy

MyIvy is Ivy Tech's online student portal. Students use MyIvy to check e-mail, register for classes, pay tuition, manage financial aid, get the latest news and announcements, and much more. MyIvy also contains "QuickLinks" to the Ivy Tech websites and online tools you will use most often. Learn more about MyIvy

For first-time user instructions and other MyIvy tips: View/Print MyIvy Help Sheet

(5) Course Placement

Before you can register for classes you will need to submit documentation or complete an assessment test. Your test scores can help us determine the best English and math starting classes for you. See the Test Score Course Placement Chart

If you submitted assessment documentation during the application process, your advisor will likely be able to work with those documents to determine course placement and you won't need to take any further steps. If you don't have any of those documents or the scores don't meet minimum thresholds, don’t worry! Your advisor will direct you to complete our free Knowledge Assessment to help develop your customized learning path to better prepare you for courses. 

(6) Register for Classes

Once you have completed the steps above, you may register for classes. Ivy Tech students register for courses using the Schedule Builder tool which can be accessed within MyIvy. If you are a new, first-time Ivy Tech student, we recommend that you meet with your advisor who will help you develop your Academic Completion Plan and help you sign up for courses that are the best fit for you.

For a complete list of registration steps, including detailed registration steps, deadlines, and information about holds, withdrawals, waitlists, and refunds, visit our Registration 101 page.

(7) Pay Your Tuition

After registering for your courses, your bill can be viewed in your MyIvy account > Student Dashboard- > View/Pay Balance. Payments can also be made in your MyIvy account. For complete information about payments, including payment options, payment plans, how to make immediate payments, due dates, information about refunds, and more, visit our Payments page.

Local Program Contacts & Info

For more information, contact:
Steven R. Green
Program Chair
812-330-6050
sgreen150@ivytech.edu

Contact:

Bryant Redd Sr.
Acting Dean of Adv. Manufacturing, Engineering and Applied Science
(219) 392-3600, ext. 3307
breddsr@ivytech.edu

Danny Adkins 
Associate Professor/Asst Program Chair
812-492-0303
dadkins4@ivytech.edu 

John Durbin 
Asst. Professor/Asst Program Chair
812-429-0595
Jdurbin@ivytech.edu 

   James Burkhart as Assistant Chair – Welding
   James Burkhart
   Assistant Chair – Welding
   765-269-5289
   jburkhartii@ivytech.edu

Contact:

Bryant Redd Sr.
Acting Dean of Adv. Manufacturing, Engineering and Applied Science
(219) 392-3600, ext. 3307
breddsr@ivytech.edu

Contact Us to Learn More

Molly Joseph 
Program Chair, Industrial Technology 
812-298-2335 | mjoseph22@ivytech.edu

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Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
2nd Saturday of the month, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET

1-888-489-5463

Indianapolis Admissions Office
50 W. Fall Creek Parkway N.
Indianapolis, IN 46208

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Or by appointment

765-459-0561
kokomo-enrollment@ivytech.edu

Kokomo Admissions Office
1815 E Morgan Street
Kokomo, IN 46901

Please contact Admissions at our full-service campus located in Valparaiso.

Monday, Wednesday & Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

765-269-5200
lafayette-admissions@ivytech.edu

Lafayette Admissions Office
3101 S Creasy Lane Ivy Hall 1233
Lafayette, IN 47905

Lake County has 3 full-service locations. Select a location below to see contact information for their Admissions department.

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET

1-888-489-5463

Lawrence Admissions Office
9301 East 59th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46216

Join the line for virtual assistance →

For School of Health Sciences inquiries:
Elinor Sutton
9301 E. 59th Street, Suite 329
Indianapolis, IN 46216
317-921-4800 ext 084451
school-of-healthsciences-generalinformation@ivytech.edu

 

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET

812-537-4010 ext. 5305
R11express@ivytech.edu

Lawrenceburg Admissions Office
50 Walnut Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Fax: 812-537-0993

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Or by appointment

765-459-0561
kokomo-enrollment@ivytech.edu

Logansport Admissions Office
1 Ivy Tech Way
Logansport, IN 46947

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Friday, 8 a.m to 4:30 p.m. ET

812-265-2580, ext. 4121
etingle2@ivytech.edu

Madison Admissions Office
590 Ivy Tech Drive
Madison, IN 47250

Monday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

765-651-3100, ext. 3310
marion-admissions@ivytech.edu

Marion Admissions Office
261 Commerce Drive
Marion, IN 46953

Zoom Video Call
Call 765-651-3100, ext. 3310 to schedule an appointment.

K–14 Initiatives
Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
765-651-3100, ext. 3418
therschberger1@ivytech.edu

Please contact Admissions at our full-service campus located in Valparaiso.

Please contact Admissions at our full-service campus located in Lafayette.

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

765-289-2291, ext. 1233
askmuncie@ivytech.edu

Muncie Admissions Office
125 S High Street, Ball Building, 2nd Floor
Muncie, IN 47305

Fax: 765-282-2414

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

765-599-2613, ext 4026
askmuncie@ivytech.edu

New Castle Admissions Office
3325 IN-3
New Castle, IN 47362

Fax: 765-282-2414

Please contact Admissions at our full-service campus located in Columbus.

Please contact Admissions at our full-service campus located in Kokomo.

812-385-8495

Princeton Career & Technology Center
2431 S Crabtree Drive
Princeton, IN 47670

Fax: 812-385-8580

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

765-966-2656, ext. 1202
richmondenrollment@ivytech.edu

Richmond Admissions Office
2357 Chester Boulevard
Richmond, IN 47374

Zoom Video Call
Call 765-966-2656, ext. 1202 to schedule an appointment.

Fax: 765-962-3775

Please contact Admissions at our full-service campus located in Richmond.

Please contact Admissions at our full-service campus located in Sellersburg.

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET

812-246-3301, ext. 4504
seladm@ivytech.edu

Sellersburg Admissions Office
8204 Highway 311, Pfau Hall, Room A2
Sellersburg, IN 47172

Virtual On-Demand Service (video, voice, or live chat):
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET

Enter Zoom Room →

Please contact Admissions at our full-service campus located in Columbus.

Please contact Admissions at our full-service campus located in Columbus.

Summer 2023:

Monday–Thursday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday: Closed (Open June 3rd and 11th, 2023)

Autumn 2023:

Monday–Thursday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., after 7 p.m. by appt.
Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday: Virtual 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

To make an appointment to meet with a specific advisor at a particular time, please send an email at least two days in advance to asksouthbendelkhart@ivytech.edu. Seasonal hours end on Wednesday, Jan. 18.

574-289-7001, ext 6858
asksouthbendelkhart@ivytech.edu

South Bend Admissions Office
220 Dean Johnson Blvd.
South Bend, IN 46601

812-547-7915

Tell City Career and Technology Center
1034 31st Street
Tell City, IN 47586

Fax: 812-547-7916

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. ET

812-298-2280
acox87@ivytech.edu

Terre Haute Admissions
8000 S Education Drive
Terre Haute, IN 47802

Virtual On-Demand Service:
Video | Voice | Chat
Monday–Friday | 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. ET
Enter Zoom Room →

Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

574-267-5428, ext. 7203
abooker46@ivytech.edu

Warsaw Admissions Office
2545 Silveus Crossing
Warsaw, IN 46582

Questions About the Program?

Future Students

If you’re not yet an Ivy Tech student, contact us at 1-888-489-5463 and we’ll be happy to help.

Current Students

Contact your academic advisor, who can answer any questions you have about the Industrial Technology program and your certificate and degree options.

Find Local Advising Contact Info

Don't see a nearby Advising location? Call 1-888-489-5463 and we'll get you started.

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

765-643-7133
askanderson@ivytech.edu

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET

812-934-3954
R11express@ivytech.edu

Batesville Advising
1 Ivy Tech Drive
Batesville, IN 47006

Fax: 812-934-4590

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET
By Appointment

812-330-6013, Option #2
bl-advisingcenter@ivytech.edu

Bloomington Advising
200 Daniels Way
Bloomington, IN 47404

Email to set up an appointment: bloomington-eec@ivytech.edu 

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET
By Appointment

812-374-5177
askcolumbus@ivytech.edu

Columbus Advising
4475 Central Avenue
Columbus, IN 47203

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

765-825-9394, ext. 6121
cbottomley2@ivytech.edu

Connersville Advising
717 W 21st Street
Connersville, IN 47331

Fax: 765-825-4516

Phone and Zoom meetings available by request. Call 765-825-9394, ext. 6121.

Call for availability

765-269-5682
aclark505@ivytech.edu

Crawfordsville Advising
2255 Phil Ward Boulevard
Crawfordsville, IN 47933

Monday & Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. CT
Wednesday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. CT
Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT

219-392-3600
LakeCounty-advising@ivytech.edu

Lake County at Crown Point
9900 Connecticut Drive
Crown Point, IN 46307

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. CT
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT

219-392-3600
LakeCounty-advising@ivytech.edu

Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

574-830-0375
asksouthbendelkhart@ivytech.edu

Elkhart Advising
22531 County Road 18
Goshen, IN 46528

January, March, August and October:
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m.- 6 p.m. CT
Fridays: 9 a.m.– 5 p.m. CT

All other months
Mondays and Tuesdays: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. CT
Wednesdays and Thursdays: 8 – 5 p.m. CT
Fridays: 9 a.m.– 5 p.m. CT

812-492-0531
evansville-advisingcenter@ivytech.edu

Evansville Academic Advising Center
3501 N First Avenue
Evansville, IN 47710

Sign Up for a Call Back
Fax: 812-429-9878

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET

260-480-4125

Fort Wayne Advising
3701 Dean Drive, Harshman Hall, Room 1015
Fort Wayne, IN 46835

Academic Advisors by Program

Fax: 260-480-4252

Monday–Thursday, 7:45 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

765-269-5820
hwunder@ivytech.edu

Frankfort Advising
251 E Clinton Street
Frankfort, IN 46041

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET
By Appointment

franklin-advising@ivytech.edu

Franklin Advising
2205 McClain Drive
Franklin, IN 46131

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. CT
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT

219-392-3600
LakeCounty-advising@ivytech.edu

Lake County Advising at Gary
3491 Broadway
Gary, IN 46409

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. ET

765-653-7410
ahooping@ivytech.edu

Greencastle Advising
915 S Zinc Mill Road
Greencastle, IN 46135

Virtual On-Demand Service:
Video | Voice | Chat
Monday–Friday | 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. ET
Enter Zoom Room →

Please contact Advising at our full-service campus located in Columbus.

Advising by Appointment
Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET

317-921-4300
askhamiltoncounty@ivytech.edu

Hamilton County Advising Center
300 N. 17th Street
Noblesville, IN 46060

Sign Up to Get a Call Back →

Zoom Video Call
Email askhamiltoncounty@ivytech.edu to schedule.

Advising Team
Ginny Leonard, Director of Academic Advising 
Advisor for: Exploratory/Undecided students
vleonard5@ivytech.edu 

Jenny Atkisson, Academic Advisor  
Advisor for: School of Business, Logistics and Supply Chain programs, School of Public and Social Services programs, and Psychology
jatkisson3@ivytech.edu

Sam Brunsman, Academic Advisor
Advisor for: School of Information Technology, School of Health Sciences programs
sbrunsman1@ivytech.edu

Lou Herchenroeder, Academic Advising Specialist 
Advisor for: School of Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering and Applied Sciences programs, General Studies, Liberal Arts and Education programs 
lherchenroeder@ivytech.edu

Rose Tobin, Nursing Success Coach
Advisor and Success Coach for School of Nursing programs
rtobin4@ivytech.edu

 

 

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

1-888-489-5463
IvyTech.edu/IndyHelp

Indianapolis Advising
50 W. Fall Creek Parkway N.
Indianapolis, IN 46208

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Or by appointment

765-459-0561
Kokomo-Advising@ivytech.edu

Kokomo Advising
1815 E Morgan Street
Kokomo, IN 46901

Please contact Advising at our full-service campus located in Valparaiso.

Monday, Wednesday & Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

765-269-5630
lf-advisingcenter@ivytech.edu

Lafayette Advising
3101 S Creasy Lane Ivy Hall 2117
Lafayette, IN 47905

Lake County has 3 full-service locations. Select a location below to see contact information for their Advising department.

Please contact Advising at our full-service campus located in Indianapolis.

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET

812-537-4010 ext. 5305
R11express@ivytech.edu

Lawrenceburg Advising
50 Walnut Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Fax: 812-537-0993

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Or by appointment

765-459-0561
Kokomo-Advising@ivytech.edu

Logansport Advising
1 Ivy Tech Way
Logansport, IN 46947

Monday & Wednesday , 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Tuesday & Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET

812-256-2580, ext. 4502

Madison Advising Center
590 Ivy Tech Drive
Madison, IN 47250

Fax
812-265-4028

Zoom Video Calls
Available by appointment only. Call 812-256-2580, ext. 4502 to make an appointment. 

Advising Team
Tricia Miracle
812-265-2580 ext. 4137
tmiracle2@ivytech.edu
Text during business hours 812-510-3844

Lisa Kelley
812-265-2580 ext. 4163
lkelley3@ivytech.edu
Text during business hours 502-414-1597

Monday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

765-651-3100, ext. 3301
marion-advising@ivytech.edu

Marion Advising
261 Commerce Drive
Marion, IN 46953

Zoom Video Call
Call 765-651-3100, ext. 3310 to schedule an appointment.

Please contact Advising at our full-service campus located in Valparaiso.

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

574-583-4891
hwunder@ivytech.edu

Monticello Advising
1017 O Connor Boulevard
Monticello, IN 47960

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Saturday (virtually), 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Sunday (virtually), 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET

765-289-2291, ext. 1215
askmuncie@ivytech.edu

Muncie Advising
125 S High Street, Ball Building, 2nd Floor
Muncie, IN 47304

Fax: 765-282-2414

All appointments can be setup virtually. Email askMuncie@ivytech.edu to schedule.

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Saturday (virtually), 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Sunday (virtually), 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET

765-599-2613, ext 4026
pburris4@ivytech.edu

New Castle Advising
3325 IN-3
New Castle, IN 47362

Fax: 765-282-2414

Zoom Video Call
Email pburris4@ivytech.edu to schedule.

Please contact Advising at our full-service campus located in Columbus.

Please contact Advising at our full-service campus located in Kokomo.

Please contact Advising at our full-service campus located in Evansville.

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

765-966-2656, ext. 1202
lpowell91@ivytech.edu

Richmond Local Enrollment
2357 Chester Boulevard
Richmond, IN 47374

Zoom Video Call
Call 765-966-2656, ext. 1202 to schedule an appointment.

Fax: 765-962-3775

Monday & Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET
Tuesday & Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET

765-932-7191
mroller1@ivytech.edu

Rushville Advising
330 N Main Street
Rushville, IN 46173

Virtual meetings or appointments by request. Call 765-932-7191.

Fax: 765-932-5263

Please contact Advising at our full-service campus located in Sellersburg.

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET

812-246-3301, ext. 4309
sl-advising@ivytech.edu

Sellersburg Academic Advising Center
8204 Hwy 311, Pfau Hall, G6
Sellersburg, IN 47172

Virtual On-Demand Service (video, voice, or live chat):
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET

Enter Zoom Room →

Please contact Advising at our full-service campus located in Columbus.

Please contact Advising at our full-service campus located in Columbus.

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

574-289-7001
asksouthbendelkhart@ivytech.edu

South Bend Advising Department
220 Dean Johnson Blvd.
South Bend, IN 46601

Please contact Advising at our full-service campus located in Evansville.

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. ET

812-298-2554
aharnack@ivytech.edu

Academic Advising Center
8000 S Education Drive
Terre Haute, IN 47802

Virtual On-Demand Service:
Video | Voice | Chat
Monday–Friday | 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. ET
Enter Zoom Room →

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT

Valparaiso Academic Advising
3100 Ivy Tech Drive
Valparaiso, IN 46383

Call for an appointment

574-267-5428

Warsaw Advising
2545 Silveus Crossing
Warsaw, IN 46582

7 a.m. to 1 a.m. ET, 7 days a week

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  • 2 Associate degree cost is for an in-state, full-time student. Certificate and technical certificate costs are for an in-state, part-time student.