A.A.S. Program Course List

Electronic Engineering Technology

Instrumentation Option

A.A.S. Degree (S)

The Instrumentation Engineering Technology Option prepares graduates for careers as process control instrumentation engineering technicians. Workplace duties can include design, specification, management and troubleshooting of instrumentation and control systems in the areas of chemical processing, food processing, petrochemical production,manufacturing, energy production and other highly technical fields. Graduates offer their employers immediate
contributions as team members equipped with a combination of technical knowledge, problem solving experience and communication skills. Courses include a strong component of practical applications, hands-on laboratory experience and basic theoretical concepts. Computer simulation and applications are an integral part of the curriculum. Studies focus on electrical and electronic circuits, digital circuits, microprocessors, computers, programmable logic controls,
liquid and gas flow measurement, control systems, instrumentation and calibration. The Instrumentation Engineering Technology Option is a path through the Electronics Engineering Technology program.


Courses Credits
ENG 101 Crit Thinking & Acad Writing 3
ENG 102 Composition and Research 3
MAT 181 Algebra and Trigonometry I 4
MAT 182 Algebra and Trigonometry II 4
Select 2 course(s) from:
ECO 111 Macroeconomics 3
ECO 122 Microeconomics 3
POL 111 Political Science 3
PSY 100 Human Relations 3
PSY 121 General Psychology 3
SOC 111 Sociology 3


Courses Credits
ELC 101 Intro to Instrumentation 3
ELC 125 Electrical Circuits I 4
ELC 126 Analog Electronics I 3
ELC 127 Digital Electronics 4
ELC 225 Electrical Circuits II 4
ELC 227 Microcontroller Fundamentals 3
ELC 228 Microcontroller Applications 4
ELC 243 Programmable Logic Controllers 4
ELC 270 Process Instrumentation I 4


Courses Credits
CEN 100 Intro Elec & Computer Eng Tech 3
CEN 150 Computer Assembly/Maint 4
CEN 180 C/C++ Language Intro 4
PHY 205 General Physics I 4