Instrumentation Engineering Technology
This nationally accredited program teaches students the principles involved in industrial automation. Through a series of practical and theoretical experiences, students learn to measure and control industrial processes safely. This program has two intakes per year, both fall and winter. Graduates can receive an Instrumentation Technician Journeyman Certification after indentured field experience and the appropriate qualification exams are completed.
Application Deadline (Fall 2019): September 03, 2019
Application Deadline (Winter 2020): January 06, 2020
Graduates find careers in engineering and sales offices or in maintenance roles for petrochemical, pulp/paper, mining, utilities and manufacturing companies.
Grad Employment Rate
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Median Starting Salary
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Tuition & Fees (Cost per semester)
Cost Per Credit: $223
Tuition Cap: $2,167