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.
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
Contact us today to find out how you can begin a lucrative career in a growing industry.
Instrumentation Controls & Electrical
SOC Code: 49-9012.00 AAS
SOC Code: 49-2094.00 Cert
Estimated Tuition $2,945 AAS Electrical
$2,898 AAS Fundamentals
Does not include Books & Fees
4-5 Semesters AAS
3 Semesters Cert
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