Instrumentation Control Technology

Field of Study: 
Energy, Engineering Technologies/Technicians
Credential Type: 
Associate Degree
Length of Program: 
2 years
Classroom Cost: 
$12,983
Description: 

Vocational Education (Carl Perkins) Students learn how to install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair computerized control systems and the associated instrumentation. Students learn how to install, test, calibrate and maintain instruments that measure such variables as pressure, flow rates, density, temperature, force, and vibration. I systems are used in every major industry from electric power generation to food processing to hospitals and public schools.