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Guided by instruments

Versatile and precise, this career lets you install, maintain, and repair industrial instruments. You will learn to design, develop, test, and manufacture electrical circuits, process-control systems, and computer-controlled mechanical systems.

Program Details

At TSTC you’ll train in industry-standard safety procedures, mechanical and electrical skills, and diagnostic techniques. You’ll also be able to read and interpret schematics and control drawings to service motors, pumps, and other systems. With a degree in Instrumentation Technology, you’ll gain experience with programmable logic controls, calibration, and installation to get your career running at full capacity.

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Instrumentation Technology
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