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Instrumentation and Electronics, CTS


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Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of the Certificate of Technical Studies in Instrumentation and Electronics, the student will be able to

  1. apply basic electrical skills required for entry-level employment as a control system technician;
  2. demonstrate basic entry-level skills in pneumatics and electric motor controls;
  3. identify basic semiconductor principles, power supplies, AC and DC circuit analysis;
  4. recognize and discuss basic digital circuits;
  5. recognize instrumentation used for industrial automation and process control; and
  6. identify and operate programmable logic controllers (PLCs) covering installation, programming, and maintaining PLC systems.

Specific Degree Information:

Industrial technicians must obtain a broad understanding of basic electricity, DC and AC circuits, semiconductor electronics, digital electronics, microprocessors, electronic instruments, programmable logic controllers, DC and AC motor control, and pneumatics. This program is designed to provide strong foundations in these areas as well as in technical mathematics.

Students are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor concerning required courses and sequencing for this degree.

Required Courses for the Certificate of Technical Studies in Instrumentation and Electronics:

First Semester: 7 Hours


Third Semester: 10 Hours


Total Credit Hours: 28


*IET Technical Elective 4 Hour must be chosen from the following 4 credit hour options: TEED 151, TEED 208, TEED 210, TEED 260 or approved by program director.  The combination of required courses and approved electives must total at least 28 credit hours

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