Associate in Science, Electronics Engineering Technology, Industrial Instrumentation

Not just hands-on. But heads-in.
100% of PTC’s available Industrial Instrumentation graduates are working in oil and gas in full- and part-time positions.*

“I oversee the design, build, installation, and maintenance of all types of energy and environmental control systems.” Devon Lohr, Electronics Engineering graduate.
Shock/vibration and environmental test engineer, Clark Testing.

Complete this degree through the Industrial Instrumentation Concentration.

Pursue your Electronics Engineering Technology degree, or focus on the Industrial Instrumentation Concentration. Both paths will equip you with the skills needed to fit this ever-evolving field.

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(412) 809-5100

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