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Coordinator: Jacobs, Weldon C
Office: Technical Building 4, Room 105
Address: 855 E. Lavaca St., Beaumont, TX 77705
Phone: (409) 880-8232

The Instrumentation Program of study will prepare graduates to diagnose problems in control loops used in automated manufacturing systems. Pneumatic and electronic control systems, control loop adjustments and their analysis, process computers, process simulation, and programmable logic controllers will be studied. Graduates will be proficient in calibration, troubleshooting and maintenance of hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and electronic control devices. They can also function in the electrical maintenance and electrical distribution-related occupations.

Students who successfully complete the listed program of study are awarded the Associate of Applied Science degree. Completion of the courses in the certificate program will lead to a Certificate of Completion in Electronic Instrumentation. ar Institute of Technology also requires students to register for the College Success Skills Course in their first semester. The course is designed to provide students with a thorough orientation to the campus, postsecondary education, and the classroom skills necessary for success.


Degree Plan for Associate of Applied Science in Instrumentation Technology
Institutional Requirements
DORI 0200College Success Skills2 : 2 : 0
General Education Courses
ENGL 1301Composition I3 : 3 : 0
HUMA 1315Fine Arts Appreciation3 : 3 : 0
MATH 1332Contemporary Mathematics I3 : 3 : 0
 or 
MATH 1314College Algebra3 : 3 : 0
SOCI 1301Introduction to Sociology3 : 3 : 0
 or 
PSYC 2301General Psychology3 : 3 : 0
SPCH 1315Public Speaking3 : 3 : 0
Program Requirements
CETT 1403DC Circuits4 : 3 : 4
CETT 1405AC Circuits4 : 3 : 4
CETT 1415Digital Applications4 : 3 : 4
CETT 1441Solid State Circuits4 : 3 : 4
DFTG 1313Drafting for Specific Occupations3 : 2 : 4
 or 
INTC 2372Technology Integration3 : 2 : 4
INCR 1402Physics of Instrumentation4 : 3 : 4
INCR 1442Measurement and Process Control Theory4 : 3 : 4
INTC 1301Principles of Industrial Measurements I3 : 3 : 0
INTC 1358Flow and Measurement Calibration3 : 3 : 0
INTC 1371Electrical Codes and Safety3 : 3 : 0
INTC 1448Analytical Instrumentation4 : 3 : 4
INTC 1457AC/DC Motor Control4 : 3 : 4
PTAC 1308Safety, Health and Environment I3 : 3 : 0
RBTC 1401Programmable Logic Controllers4 : 3 : 2
SCIT 1418Applied Physics I4 : 3 : 2
 or 
SCIT 1494Special Topics in Chemistry, General4 : 3 : 2
Program Credits : Lecture Hours : Lab Hours70 : 59 : 40