About Industrial System Technology
Associate in Applied Science Degree
If you enjoy working with your hands, and would like to repair high-tech machines using precision equipment then, Industrial Systems Technology is the program for you! Graduates with the Industrial Systems Degree have enjoyed a high placement in their field over the last five years and can anticipate continuing to do so.
Data provided by CC Benefits Inc. projects job growth for the state of North Carolina by the year 2010 to be more than 95,000 new jobs for Industrial Systems related fields. It is said that North Carolina can see sizeable growth in the Bio-Manufacturing field that will require the same skill sets learned by a student in the program. A study by the Milken Institute shows a projection of 7,250 new direct jobs to be created by 2014 in the Bio-Manufacturing area alone.
Our graduates get entry level to advanced level jobs in a variety of positions. Click on the Careers link for more information.