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Electronics Engineering Technology Instrumentation Certificate

Certificate Program

If you’re interested in a career as a process operator or instrument sales representative, the Instrumentation Certificate is designed to provide you with an introduction to the technical and practical knowledge required in this field. Classroom studies and hands-on experience in this program will prepare you for real-life applications.  Taking part in this 15 credit-hour certificate program also offers advancement options if you are already employed in the field; or you could choose to continue your studies to obtain an associate degree, preparing you to be an instrument engineering technician.

A career in this field may lead you to work in the chemical processing, food processing, oil and gas production, energy production industries, or other highly technical fields. You could be involved in the installation, calibration, and maintenance of electronic, digital, and pneumatic equipment, as well as the development of procedures for maintenance and problem solving.

This program is offered at the Stanton Campus.

What You Can Do

In this program, you will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to help you in your present job
or prepare you for positions such as:

  • Process Operator
  • Instrument Sales/Marketing Representative
What You Will Learn

Program Graduate Competencies

The Program Graduate Competencies listed below identify the major learning goals related to your specific program of study and identify the knowledge and skills you will have when you graduate to be successful in your chosen field.

  1. Apply instrumentation to measure, record and control typical process variables, such as flow, temperature, level and pressure.
  2. Troubleshoot basic instrumentation systems using critical thinking, theoretical knowledge, and practical understanding.
  3. Conduct, analyze, and interpret basic experiments using analysis tools and troubleshooting methods.
  4. Demonstrate professional behaviors and skills consistent with workplace requirements.


Campus-Specific Electronics Engineering Technology Instrumentation Certificate Information
This program is offered at the Stanton Campus.
This program is offered at the Stanton Campus.
Stanton
Contact

Mary Marchegiano-Nolker
Department Chair
marym@dtcc.edu
(302) 453-3795

This program is offered at the Stanton Campus.