Associate of Applied Science: Energy Systems Instrumentation Engineering Technology

(2 Years)

Program Objectives

  1. Solve technical problems typical of those encountered in the instrumentation engineering technology discipline by using critical thinking skills, current technology, principles of mathematics, and applied science.
  2. Work and communicate effectively in multidisciplinary teams in both industrial and academic settings.
  3. Understand current professional issues and the need to pursue lifelong learning.

Graduates will have a fundamental knowledge of energy systems, thermodynamics, electronics and electrical systems. They will have extensive hands-on experience setting up and troubleshooting single and three-phase motor controls, variable frequency drives, programmable logic controllers, sensors, relays, timers, solenoids, and human machine interface stations. They will be able to install, troubleshoot and calibrate instrumentation that measures and controls temperature, level, flow, pressure and other process variables.

Students must register concurrently for the lab course associated with each theory course.

Required Courses:
ESET 0100Engineering Technology Orientation1
ESET 0100LEngineering Technology Orientation Lab1
ESET 0101Electrical Circuits I5
ESET 0101LElectrical Circuits I Laboratory5
ESET 0102Electrical Circuits II5
ESET 0102LElectrical Circuits II Laboratory5
ESET 0110Introduction to Process Control1
ESET 0110LIntroduction to Process Control Laboratory1
ESET 0141Applied Mathematics I4
ESET 0142Applied Mathematics II4
INST 0281Electrical Automation Theory8
INST 0282Electrical Automation Laboratory5
INST 0292Process Measurement and Control Theory10
INST 0293Process Measurement and Control Laboratory4
TGE 0159Internship Strategies1
General Education courses 1
COMM 1101Fundamentals of Oral Communication 23
MATH 1153Statistical Reasoning 23
or MATH 1170 Calculus I
PHYS 1101
1101L
Elements of Physics
and Elements of Physics Laboratory 2
4
or CHEM 1100 Concepts of Chemistry
Additional General Education courses6
Total Credits76