Electrical Instrumentation Technology is an emphasis area under the Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Sciences and Technology. This program generally prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to operate, maintain, install and repair electrical, electronic and instrumentation controls in an industrial environment. Electrical and instrumentation control technicians work in any of a number of different industries such as, chemical, petrochemical, power generation, manufacturing, and construction. Students can complete a technical certificate and certificate of proficiency in Electrical & Instrumentation Technology. The courses in both certificates can be applied toward completion of the Associate of Applied Science Degree. Students completing this program will have skills to obtain employment as an electrical or instrumentation apprentice for local industry and/or contractors.
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