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Quality Technology

Associate in Applied Science Degree (FV)
Certificate of Proficiency (FV)
Certificate of Specialization (FV)

Associate in Applied Science Degree in Quality Technology is a 69-credit-hour program for students who are interested in quality technology. Students will gain a broad technical background and learn the theory and principles of quality and quality-related activities through classroom work and assignments. At this time, the AAS degree program in Quality Technology is NOT accepting new students. Please consult an advisor for more information.

Certificate of Proficiency in Quality Technology is a 36-credit-hour program that provides students with a general background in technical methods and measurements associated with quality control. It qualifies the student for entry-level positions in quality, which require an understanding of quality techniques, combined with a comprehensive skill level in math and computer applications.

Certificate of Specialization in Quality Technology is an 18-credit-hour program that provides students with a general background in technical methods and measurements associated with quality control. It qualifies the student for entry-level positions in quality, which require an understanding of quality techniques, combined with a comprehensive skill level in math and computer applications.

Students will receive a broad technical background and learn the theory and principles of quality and quality-related activities, including quality costing, inspection planning, statistical quality control and quality assurance. Quality control requires the application of scientific and engineering knowledge, combined with technical skills to support quality engineering activities.

Graduates are qualified for positions as quality technicians, machine inspectors, instrument technicians, quality auditors and quality control analysts in all major industries.

Persons interested in quality technology should possess analytical and problem-solving skills.

The quality control classes of this program are offered in the evening.