Electrical and Instrumentation
Through this program, you learn to install,
operate, program, interface, service, troubleshoot and implement
automated equipment and robotic systems for various applications.
You'll gain tremendous expertise in electronics, industrial control
circuits, instrumentation sensors, programmable logic controllers
(PLCs), hydraulics and pneumatics.
In each course, you'll have the benefit of two
instrumentation laboratories equipped with a full complement of
today's advanced measurement and control devices. Over half the
program is hands-on, which includes lab projects designed to interface
with actual process applications set up in an applications lab.
Students wishing to enter this program should be advised by the
instructor or program manager prior to enrollment in these courses.
For information call 904.598.5600. Basic entry skills level in
math, reading, and language must be attained prior to program
*VPI 0100 Basic Reading
*VPI 0200 Basic Mathematical Skills
*VPI 0300 Basic Language Skills
BCV 0600 DC Theory (150/5)
BCV 0601 AC Theory (150/5)
EEV 0271 Testing Equipment for the Electrical and Instrumentation
BCV 0663 Motors and Controls (150/5)
BCV 0664 Industrial Wiring (150/5)
EEV 0761 Robotics - Mechanics and Control (50/1.5)
EER 0471 Industrial Electronic Technology (120/4)
EEV 0332 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers (120/4)
EEV 0724 Fiber Optics and Data Networks for Instrumentation (60/2)
EEV 0623 Basics of Instrumentation (150/5)
EEV 0624 Process Instrumentation for Measurement and Control (120/4)
EEV 0625 Instrumentation and Programmable Logic Controller Applications
EEV 0626 Instrumentation System Graphics (120/4)
EEV 0628 Instrumentation System Troubleshooting (150/5)
EEV 0629 Documentation for Instrumentation and NICET Preparation
Total Credit Hours: 1,800 contact hours/60
*Students who have satisfactory test scores
are not required to take these courses.
Estimated tuition is $3,200 (for Florida residents, as of 7/04).