The mission of the Industrial Instrumentation program is to prepare individuals to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair various types of measuring and control instruments and peripherals, such as measuring, transmitting, indicating, recording, and controlling devices, final elements, PLC, DCS, optical instruments, and control areas of electronics, motor controls, and different types of measuring systems.
Increase Your Employability
Students in the Industrial Instrumentation Technology program commonly major in Industrial Electrical, too. The skills gained in these programs complement each other well and help make graduates more appealing to employers. Visit the Industrial Electrical program page to learn more.
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Complete your application online. If you have questions about the program or the application, call (337) 421-6550 to speak with an Enrollment Specialist.
- All graduating students within the School of Industrial Technology (INDT) are required to do the following to fulfill graduation requirements:
- Complete the department’s INDT Graduation Packet (opens new window) prior to the start of their final semester.
- All graduating students must also meet the institution’s Graduation Requirements identified here.
CIP Code: 150404
Program Type: Associate of Applied Science
Program Length: 60 Semester Credit Hours
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