Instrumentation & Process Control AAS (60 Credits)

Career Opportunities

Graduates from this program find exciting opportunities as electro-mechanical technicians who install, maintain, and repair electronic equipment and automated systems used in a variety of industries. Examples include aerospace, paper manufacturing, food processing, petro-chemical production, power generation, mining, municipal water and waste water treatment, plant maintenance, medical device testing and calibration, and environmental monitoring and control systems.

Professional Licensure Disclosure

Suggested Technical Studies Semester I
ETEC1511 DC Electronics 3 Credits
ETEC1512 AC Electronics 3 Credits
ETEC1515 Safety Awareness 2 Credits
ETEC1517 Maintenance Process and Production 2 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester II
ETEC1507 Digital Electronics 3 Credits
ETEC1524 Print Reading and Design 2 Credits
ETEC1526 Quality Practice 2 Credits
ETEC1528 Maintenance Awareness 2 Credits
ETEC1535 Networking Systems 2 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester III
ETEC2515 Introduction to Process Control 3 Credits
ETEC2535 Fluid Power and Control 4 Credits
ETEC2541 Electrical Motors and Control Systems 3 Credits
ETEC2543 Programmable Logic Control 3 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester IV
ETEC2532 Instrumentation Control and Data Acquisition 4 Credits
ETEC2542 Industrial Motor Applications 3 Credits
ETEC2544 Automated Manufacturing Systems 3 Credits
General Education
ENGL1303 Technical Writing 3 Credits
MATH1300 College Algebra 3 Credits
PHYS1305 Conceptual Physics 4 Credits
Choose the above course OR the below course
PHYS2300 General Physics I 4 Credits
CRTK1300 Introduction to Critical Thinking 3 Credits
MnTC Goal Area 5 History and the Social and Behavioral Sciences 3 Credits
Estimated cost for books and supplies: $3435

PLEASE NOTE: All program plans are preliminary and curriculum may change without notice.