This program follows a structured schedule, Monday – Friday from 8 AM to 3 PM.
This program provides for a student to receive a Level One “Basic” Certificate in Instrumentation/Robotics, a Level One “Advanced” Certificate in Instrumentation/Robotics, and a two-year degree: Associate of Applied Science Degree in Instrumentation/Robotics. Both the Certificates and the Degree are very valuable in opening doors to industries requiring training and/or education prior to entering the company in Instrumentation/Robotics.
The Instrumentation/Robotics program is an educational process of providing a student with lecture theory and laboratory time in basic electronics, instrumentation electronics, and control theory. There are “hands-on” labs throughout both programs (certificate and degree). A student will learn proficiency in utilizing a Digital Multi-Meter for electrical/electronic troubleshooting. The classes start with basics in Direct Current circuits, Alternating Current circuits, Digital Fundamentals, and progress through Solid State devices, Programmable Logic Controllers, and eventually include Industrial Processes, Control Theory, and Applications of Industrial Automatic Control.
|CETT 1409 DC-AC Circuits||4|
Introduction to Electrical Safety and Tools
|DFTG 1329 Electro-Mechanical Drafting||3|
National Electric Code I
Workforce Development with Critical Thinking
Fundamentals of Electronics
|INTC 1405 Introduction to Instrumentation||4|
|RBTC 1401 Programmable Logic Controllers||4|
|RBTC 1305 Robotic Fundamentals||3|
Application of Industrial Automatic Control
Robot Application, Set-up, and Testing
AC/DC Motor Control
Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers
|MATH 1314 (College Algebra) OR College-level Math (any core course)||3|
|SPCH 1315 (core)|
|ENGL 1301 (core)|
|Social Science Elective (any core course)||3|
|Creative Arts (any core course)||3|
|BCIS 1305 (core)|
Business Computer Applications
|Total Instrumentation/Robotics |