Energy Systems Instrumentation Engineering Technology
Have you ever wondered how things work or how things are made? Come learn the fundamentals of energy systems. Once you learn the basics, you will expand your knowledge and expertise in the Instrumentation Engineering Technology program by learning how to program logic controllers (PLCs), build motor control systems, calibrate equipment, tune process control loops, and work with automated systems. If you don’t have a background in any of these things, then you’re just like every other new ESTEC student. You’ll get the vocabulary and, more importantly, you’ll gain the skills necessary to make a difference in the world.
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- Program accepts students in August and January
- Typical classroom hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- Program admits 20 students each cohort
- Physical demands for this program may include lifting, standing, bending, and close vision
Energy Systems Instrumentation Engineering Technology Associate of Applied Science (2 years)
Energy Systems Technology Instrument & Automation Assistant Basic Technical Certificate (1 year)
Bachelor of Applied Science (4+ years)
- Power generating plants that use coal, gas, hydro, nuclear, solar, and wind
- Companies that manufacture instrumentation and control equipment
- Electric load dispatch centers
- Calibration and repair shops
Women considering this or another Energy Systems program, there are scholarships and special opportunities just for you. Visit the POWER Careers page for more information.
Minimum Test Scores
|SAT||English: 450||Math: 460|
|rSAT||English: 480||Math: 500|
|ACT||English: 18||Math: 19|
|COMPASS||Writing: 68||Algebra: 45|