The Electrical & Instrumentation program is designed to prepare students for a career in instrumentation and process control. Instrumentation technicians are employed in a large variety of industries to maintain equipment that controls temperature, pressure, and flow of material or speed and position of objects. Manufacturers such as Toyota, General Motors, Motorola, HEB, and Temple Inland use process control to manufacture automobiles, electonic devices, cardboard containers, and food products. Other industries use process control technicians to refine petroleum products and process chemicals and other materials. Just about everything you use or consume owes its existence to an instrumentation technician.


Electrical & Instrumentation, Associate of Applied Science

For more information, contact:
Daniel Hall

Department Chair, School of Energy