Undergraduate Certificate in Petroleum Technology
This program is delivered only through Kenai Peninsula College.
Advising for this program is available from the petroleum technology faculty at Kenai Peninsula College. Please call (907) 262-0330 or (877) 262-0330 for more information.
- Satisfy the General University Requirements for Undergraduate Certificates.
- Complete the program requirements below.
|WRTG A111||Writing Across Contexts||3|
|or WRTG A110||Introduction to College Writing|
|MATH A105||Intermediate Algebra||3|
|PRT A101||Introduction to Process Technology||3|
|PRT A130||Process Technology I: Equipment||4|
|PRT A140||Industrial Process Instrumentation I||3|
|PRT A144||Industrial Process Instrumentation II||3|
|PRT A160||Oil and Gas Exploration and Production I||3|
|PRT A230||Process Technology II: Systems||4|
|PRT A231||Process Technology III: Operations||4|
|or ET A101||Basic Electronics: DC Circuits|
|or ET A126||Digital Electronics|
|PRT A250||Process Troubleshooting||3|
A total of 33 credits is required for the certificate.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
The graduates of the UAA Petroleum Technology program will have the ability to:
- Identify various process technology industries.
Identify federal and state agencies and regulations that impact process industries.
- Calculate various process equipment theory results.
- Explain various process instrumentation theories.
- Identify various process instrumentation and the uses of the instrumentation in control loops.
- Sketch accurate piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&ID’s).
- Develop and compose process procedures.
Explain Outside Operator and Board Operator responsibilities and duties.
- Monitor a process, troubleshoot problems, and respond appropriately.
Explain quality concepts, tools, and methods used in the process industries.