b'Instrumentation and Controls Technology (Jackson County Campus) This program provides the student with technical knowledge and skills necessary for gaining employment as an automated manufacturing systems technician in maintenance diagnostics, engineering, or production in an automated manufacturing environment. The focus of this program is on electricity/electronics, fluid power, motors and controllers, programmable controls, interfacing techniques, instrumentation, and automated processes. This program leads to an Associate of Applied Science Degree and is preparatory for employment upon graduation from MGCCC. Where a transfer to four-year college or university is desired, a conference should be scheduled with a MGCCC advisor. All students completing a career or technical program must complete a MGCCC Board- approved Technical Skills Attainment where applicable. Students should see an advisor for further details. Instrumentation and Controls Technology Certificate Semester One SBE 1113 - Electronic Fundamentals I Credit(s): 3 SBE 1123 - Electronic Fundamentals II Credit(s): 3 SBE 1213 - Digital Electronics Credit(s): 3 SBE 1223 - Test and Measurement Fundamentals Credit(s): 3 SBE 2363 - Programmable Logic Controllers Credit(s): 3 Semester Two IET 1113 - Industrial Measurement of Pressure and Level Credit(s): 3 IET 1313 - Industrial Controls I Credit(s): 3 IET 2113 - Final Control Devices Credit(s): 3 PPT 1513 - Safety Health and Environment Credit(s): 3 SBE 2353 - Solid State Motor Control Credit(s): 3 Total Credits: 30 Instrumentation and Controls Technology Diploma Semester Three IET 2413 - Industrial Controls II Credit(s): 3 IET 2433 - Installation Practices Credit(s): 3 IET 2453 - Troubleshooting and Calibration Principles Credit(s): 3 IET 2513 - Capstone Class Credit(s): 3 Total Credits: 15 Total Clock Hours: 1,215 135'