Industrial Instrumentation

Industrial Instrumentation

Associate in Applied Science Degree, Certification Program

Available at: West Campus

Instrumentation students work together in the field.

Program Overview

This program meets the increasing demand for Instrumentation Technicians in South Texas caused by the rapid growth generated by the Eagle Ford Shale has for qualified Technicians as both installers and to fill vacancies in existing facilities. In addition, existing industries rely heavily on Automated Control systems that depend on Instrumentation to enhance their efficiency and safety.

There are currently no other colleges in the area who have this type of Instrumentation degree. This program will train graduates to be eligible for entry level jobs in a wide range of local industries where modern plants and factories are heavily automated and are becoming more so every year. Automation requires Instrumentation.

Students will acquire skills in Safety, Automatic Control Systems, Instrument calibration, Instrument Installation, and Instrumentation Systems Troubleshooting.


Page last updated April 27, 2021.

Contact Information

Industrial Education
101 Baldwin Blvd.
Corpus Christi, TX 78404
(361) 698-1701

Emerging Technology
Room 114, West Campus
4101 Old Brownsville Road
Corpus Christi, TX 78405