Be in control of your career.
First, let’s clarify: Instrumentation is not the building of instruments. Actually, it supports the backbone of our economy.
Keep the moving parts moving.
Instrumentation is what keeps cars and freight moving on our highways, the latest technologies and gadgets in our hands, and food in our supermarkets and favorite restaurants. Instrumentation Technology focuses on the operation, calibration and design of the automated control systems used in the transportation, manufacturing and processing industries.
At TSTC, you'll be trained on everything from basic electronics to highly advanced computer-controlled assembly manufacturing cells. Upon graduating, you will be prepared to design, develop, test and manufacture electrical circuits and computer-controlled mechanical systems. You will also be able to operate these machines in factories and other worksites.