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Academics

Academics at River Parishes Community College

River Parishes Community College, Academic Affairs, includes all technical and transfer credit programs, library services, and college-wide institutional effectiveness. Academic Affairs supports the mission of RPCC through providing leadership, quality service, and instruction that leads to technical certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees for transfer or the workforce.

  1. Academic Programs
  2. Academic Calendars
  3. Catalog and Student Handbook
  4. Online Bookstore
  5. Transfer Resources
  6. Transfer and Articulation
  7. RPCC Canvas

Instrumentation & Electrical Technology

Associate of  Applied Science (AAS) in Instrumentation and Electrical Technology

Effective Fall 2021 our Industrial Instrumentation Technology program will change to Instrumentation & Electrical Technology (IET).

This program prepares students for a successful career as an Instrumentation and Electrical Technician. In the fall semester (August), new cohorts of students begin the IET program and progress through two years/four semesters, taking their instrumentation classes in a defined sequence. Students are able to schedule general education classes at times that will meet their needs and are advised to take as many general education classes as possible if waiting for fall admission into the IET program or while working on developmental requirements. The Associate of Applied Sciences degree is a degree program designed to help students reach their educational or occupational goals. All courses applied to the degree must be passed with a “C” or better. Developmental courses may not be applied to the degree.

2021-2022 Program Guide: Instrumentation & Electrical Technology

2020-2021 Program Guide: Industrial Instrumentation Technology

US Bureau of Labor Statistics
2020-2021 Fact Book


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ATMAE is an exciting, professional association with more than 1,000 members who share technology, management and applied engineering ideas, research, and applications in hopes of positively impacting the future. Since 1967, ATMAE members, who are college and university educators, administrators, students, and industry professionals, have been dedicated to solving complex technological problems and developing the competitive technologist and applied engineering workforce. They do this through specialized accreditation for two and four-year degree programs, personal certifications, an annual national conference, publications, awards and scholarships, a career center, a website filled with valuable content, and numerous opportunities to develop professionally.

 

 

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