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Belmont’s Technology degree and certificate programs are all about equipping you with a set of practical skills that you can put to work in growing industries that offer a wide range of opportunities—and where your skills will be in demand.

From energy and plastics to drilling and construction, from mining to power generation and distribution, the need for well-trained workers with a working knowledge of basic engineering and other principles has never been greater. Our Technology programs are geared toward helping you meet that need. Look through the programs we offer and see which one matches your interests and goals.

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Instrumentation and Control

2+2 Options
Learn to apply engineering principles and skills to a variety of industries.
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Process Technician

2+2 Options
Prepare for a career in oil & gas, plastics, pharmaceuticals, and more.
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Maintenance Technician I Certificate

Gain a working knowledge of welding, electronics, and hydraulic principles.
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Maintenance Technician II Certificate

Take your basic engineering, communication, and technical skills to the next level.
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Natural Resources Certificate

Learn the skills to work with civil and geological engineers.
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Process Control Certificate

This one-year program prepares you to help create control & measurement systems.
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Dr. Heather Davis
Vice President of Academic Affairs/CAO


Faculty Spotlight

Dr. Heather Davis

“You can say anything with a smile.”

From the time she joined Belmont College in 2011, Dr. Davis made sure that her classroom was a comfortable, fun, and enjoyable space that encouraged students to attend, participate, and learn. Throughout her teaching career, she focused on equipping her students with the skills to launch their careers. In June of 2022, she accepted the position of Dean of Academic Affairs before being promoted to Vice President of Academic Affairs in October of 2023

Dr. Davis has been with Belmont College since 2011, serving as professor and faculty lead in Mental Health, Early Childhood Education, and Social/Behavioral Sciences. She founded the Belmont College Veterans Association, has participated as a psychology TAG panel member for the state of Ohio, earned a certificate in effective college instruction from the Association of College and University Educators and the American Council on Education, and in 2022 graduated from the Leadership Academy for Student Success through the Ohio Association of Community Colleges. A licensed professional counselor (LPC) and certified advanced drug and alcohol counselor (CAADC), Dr. Davis has worked as a therapist for over 20 years. She graduated with a BS in Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh, and earned an MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Seton Hill University and a PhD in Psychology from Capella University.