Instrumentation & Control Technologies
As emerging technologies impact industries such as advanced manufacturing, nanotechnology, transportation, and communications, job opportunities in the high-tech field continue to increase. FLCC's Instrumentation and Control Technologies program prepares graduates for in-demand high-tech positions. In this program, you'll gain hands-on skills in data acquisition, automation, mechatronics, and control systems.
The Instrumentation and Control Technologies degree program incorporates math and physics into electronics, design, process improvement, data acquisition, and automation technologies classes. Most courses involve project-based hands-on problem solving and case studies, and are reinforced through job shadowing and required paid co-ops. Learn more about the Instrumentation and Control Technologies degree program.
The Instrumentation and Control Technologies certificate program addresses workplace demands for individuals who possess the knowledge and skill areas in data acquisition, automation, mechatronics, and control systems. This program prepares adaptable workers to fill job openings across a variety of high-tech industries. Get more information on the Instrumentation & Control Technologies certificate program.
The Instrumentation and Control Technologies program is directed by Sam Samanta. Working with approximately 40 businesses across diverse local industries, Dr. Samanta identifies opportunities for paid co-ops in the high-tech field, which lead to exciting careers for graduates of this program.