Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering Technology

Program Highlights

The Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering Technology (ICET) program prepares students to meet the demands of our increasingly automated society, providing expertise in sensors and calibration, programmable logic controllers, process troubleshooting, robotics and electrical power. ICET graduates are familiar with instrumentation, discrete and analog control systems, microcontrollers, data collection and transfer and networking. They design, plan, research, evaluate, test and implement electrical and electromechanical systems that span the biomedical, chemical, civil, cyber, electrical, industrial, mechanical and nanosystems disciplines.

Graduates of the ICET program may work on projects involving industrial equipment, computers, cell phones, navigation systems, wiring and lighting in buildings, and other types of electrical and electromechanical systems.

Job Opportunities

  • Aerospace engineer
  • Broadcast engineer
  • Electrical/Electronics engineer
  • IT consulting
  • Network engineer
  • Nuclear engineer
  • Systems analyst
  • Management consulting
  • Project management
  • Technical writing or sales