Instrument & Control Technology: Take Control!

Learn how to work on high tech electronic equipment with a certificate in Instrument & Control Technology from Amarillo College.  Certificate can be earned in 42 semester hours.  Many of our graduates go on to work at places like Pantex, Hoechst Celanese, Phillips Petroleum, and Owens Corning.

The Instrument & Control Technology Technician can find entry-level employment installing, operating, calibrating, troubleshooting, and maintaining instruments and controls in many industrial settings.


What can you do with an Electronics degree?

Programs in Electronic Systems Technology give students the opportunity to learn how to install and repair consumer and commercial electronic products, as well as control systems used in an industrial environment, such as programmable logic controllers. Graduates find employment almost anywhere and are able to pursue entry-level careers in different fields of the ever-expanding electronics industry.