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.