The University of Arkansas at Texarkana is offering new programs in Power Plant Technology
The University of Arkansas at Texarkana is offering new programs in Power Plant Technology. The new programs at UofA Texarkana beginning this fall include a Technical Certificate in Power Plant Operations, a Technical Certificate in Power Plant Technology, and a Certificate of Proficiency in Power Plant Technology. Once a student has completed a technical certificate, they may complete an Associate of Applied Science degree in Power Plant Technology at the Hope campus.
The addition of all three programs allows for the incremental Certificate of Proficiency to Technical Certificate to Associate of Applied Science degree, which permits students to gain credentials along their educational path while reducing the time it takes to earn a degree, allowing students to enter the workforce in less time. All courses required for these degrees will be offered in the evenings to accommodate the busy schedule of working students. Many employers have expressed a need for a workforce with a deeper understanding of the processes that produce steam and electricity but do not necessarily need their employees to possess an Associate’s Degree. Basic knowledge and skills in this area are sufficient for these employers to allow new employees to enter the workforce. The demand for an entry-level workforce has resulted in the development of the new Power Plant degrees at UofA Texarkana.
For more information, call the University of Arkansas Texarkana at 1-866-963-5060 or visit www.uacch.edu.