Associate of Applied Science degree
View the KPC process technology video, the program brochure and degree planning sheet for more information.
Available at KPC's Kenai River Campus and Anchorage Extension Site.
The AAS degree in Process Technology is coordinated by Kenai Peninsula College and delivered collaboratively through UAA and UAF. This degree is designed to provide education/training that will enable individuals to obtain employment in the industries that use and control mechanical, physical, or chemical processes to produce a final product. In Alaska, this includes the process industries of oil and gas production; chemical manufacturing; petroleum refining; power generation and utilities; water and wastewater treatment; and seafood and other food processing. For more information on this program, see the KPC catalog.
General classes that are required for this degree can be taken through any campus or online.
See the mission and program outcomes here.
To view the Process Technology one-pager click on the following link:
Process Technology One-Pager (pdf).
Kenai River Campus
Anchorage Extension Site
Kachemak Bay Campus
The Alaska Process Industry Career Consortium (APICC) supports University of Alaska Process Technology programs. Click here for more information on APICC.