Instrumentation & Electrical Technology

Associate Degree. Certificate.

What is Instrumentation & Electrical Technology?

Many industrial firms now use automation practices which require highly programmed electronic equipment to do work that used to be performed by people. Due to their complicated nature, automated devices frequently run into problems which electrical instrumentation technicians must solve. Electrical instrumentation technicians troubleshoot, repair and maintain the various parts needed to keep automated machinery running smoothly and effectively. A degree or certificate is usually necessary to land work as an electrical instrumentation technician.

Instrumentation and Electrical students will install, maintain and calibrate devices used in the automation of industrial processes. These devices measure and control the pressure, temperature, level and flow of processes used in automated manufacturing and production. Students will utilize piping process, chemical pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical, electronic, computer and networking technologies.


About the program:

Instrumentation and Electrical students will install, maintain and calibrate devices used in the automation of industrial processes. These devices measure and control the pressure, temperature, level and flow of processes used in automated manufacturing and production. Students will utilize piping process, chemical pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical, electronic, computer and networking technologies. This program is approved by by SACSCOC.


Course Information:

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For information about Instrumentation and Electrical Technology:

Alesha O'Steen
Lead Instructor
Instrumentation and Electrical Technology
Phone:
(903) 983-8133
Office:
Whitten Applied Tech. Center (WHITN), 202-A
D'Wayne Shaw
Dean
Public Services and Industrial Technologies
Phone:
(903) 983-8130
Office:
Whitten Applied Tech. Center (WHITN), 114
Mary Martin
Professional Support Assistant
Public Services & Industrial Technologies
Phone:
(903) 983-8131
Office:
Whitten Applied Tech. Center (WHITN), 114
Jeanette Miller
Academic Advisor
Public Services & Industrial Technologies
Phone:
(903) 983-8284
Office:
Whitten Applied Technology (ATC), 109-A