Instrumentation and Controls

Instrumentation Control and Electrical

School of Energy

Make it work!

Have you ever wondered how a water show is controlled? An automatic manufacturing assembly line? Do you like to tinker with electric motors? Instrumentation and Controls Technology delivers a high demand skill set that is all about making things work using electric power. Learn to install, maintain, use, and troubleshoot electronic instruments, electric motors, pneumatic systems, and a variety of control systems. Jobs are available in a wide variety of light and heavy commercial applications including utilities, the oil and gas industry, mining, food and beverage and many types of manufacturing.

Get cranking!

Instrumentation and Control Electrical is a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS) program. Training is provided in a hands-on environment. Students should have a high school diploma and be technically oriented.

Topics and hands-on training covered include:
• DC and AC Circuits
• NEC and Electrical Wiring
• Motors and Motor Control
• Digital and Analog Systems
• Industrial Measurement
• Process Control
• Programmable Login Controllers
• Manufacturing

Start now!

Contact us today to find out how you can begin a lucrative career in a growing industry.

Download the Instrumentation Control and Electrical Program informational brochure
Instrumentation Controls & Electrical

SOC Code: 49-9012.00 AAS
SOC Code: 49-2094.00 Cert

Program Information

Estimated Tuition $2,945 AAS Electrical
$2,898 AAS Fundamentals
$1,520 Cert
Does not include Books & Fees

Course Length

4-5 Semesters AAS
3 Semesters Cert

Career Information

Median Hourly Wages $26.21- $30.74
Median Annual Wages $54,520- $63,935
Projected Job Growth
Higher than average 6.3%- 16%
Projected Job Openings 45,740 AAS 11,800 Cert

Contact Information

Program Advisor
Qinqin Schoser
(505) 566-4066