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Making the Things that Matter
From pharmaceuticals and food to industrial and household products, chemical manufacturing touches everyone's lives every day. Our fully online, three course Industrial Chemistry Technology program will help you build the skills to move your chemical career forward.
The certificate program can be completed in two to three semesters and the online format of all three courses make it a perfect fit for anyone ready to advance their career, whether you're working a full-time job, a student, or a recent graduate looking to enhance your credentials.
Three Classes, Endless Opportunities
The ICT Certificate consists of three fully-online courses that will introduce you to the chemical industry, information gathering, calculations, and prepare you to work safely in a lab setting. These high-impact courses will help you move your industrial career forward right away and set the stage for endless future opportunities.
Orientation to Industrial Chemistry
Introduction to chemical information, patents, and how the world's most essential materials are made.
Safety and the Chemical Lab
Devoted entirely to chemical safety, including material handling, safety data sheets (SDS), and specialized safety topics.
Industrial Chemistry Calculations
Basic calculations using all types of units, statistical process control, and introduction to mass balance problems.
Advance Your Career with the ICT Certificate
Take your current position in chemical manufacturing to the next level, or find positions like operator, technician, manager, or analyst in a variety of fields, including:
- Personal care products
Advance Your Education with the ICT Certificate
The ICT certificate is the perfect foundation to begin building your industrial chemistry education. The three courses included in the certificate will give you a jump start as you consider earning a degree in:
- Associate of Science in Industrial Chemistry Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Industrial Chemistry - Manufacturing Concentration