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.
- Complete 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||4|
|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.