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Learn how to service, maintain, repair or install equipment for a wide range of industries.

Degree Options to Fit Your Career Goals:

  • Associate in Applied Sciences Degree
    Earn a valuable Industrial Systems Technology Associate Degree in approximately two years.
  • Diploma
    Learn Industrial Systems Technology basics with a one-year diploma program.
  • Certificate
    Take a semester of Industrial Systems Technology related courses to earn one of several certificate options.
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Learn more about Industrial Systems Technology.


Industrial Systems Technology students learn by doing.

If you’ve always been a tinkerer but have never been able to settle on what you want to tinker with, the Industrial Systems Technology program is for you.

With a varied curriculum covering engineering skills, you’ll be equipped to work with equipment in a number of fascinating industries. Every field needs people who can work with automated systems, robots, critical systems and more – with this hands-on program, you’ll be starting right away.

Industrial Systems Technology graduates earn between $30,000-80,000 yearly.

(Contingent on economy and geographic location)

What you'll learn

  • Blueprint reading
  • Electricity
  • Hydraulics/pneumatics
  • Machining
  • Welding
  • Various maintenance procedures

Jobs you'll qualify for

  • Industrial technician
  • Engineering technician
  • Maintenance technician
  • Manufacturing engineer
  • Process engineer
  • Employers: manufacturing industries, engineering firms, construction companies, government agencies & public utility companies

Curriculum plans for all levels

We know everyone is starting this journey from different places. That's why each plan is outfitted with specific courses to help you achieve your goals in your own time-frame.


Take the deepest dive into Industrial Systems Technology with a two-year Associate in Applied Sciences degree. Gain exposure in all areas of systems technology to prepare for a lucrative career in the industry.

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Are you interested in Industrial Systems Technology but not sure you want to commit to a two-year degree program? Get a diploma in half the time by taking a variety of classes to help you gain all the skills needed to be successful.


Looking for a great value option? Learn all of the Industrial Systems Technology basics in as little as one semester to become certified to begin employment as an engineer or technician in a variety of work environments.

Join a group of skilled craftsmen who are moving the world forward with machining technology.

As the demand for industrial systems technology grows, most students will secure employment before they even graduate from ACC.

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