Electronics Engineering Technology – Electronic Instrumentation – Associate Degree

About the Program

Electronic instrumentation techs use specialized instruments to test, certify, install, repair, inspect, maintain and assist in developing complex instruments that measure and record changes in industrial environments like chemical plants, canneries, food processing plants, air and pollution control agencies, petroleum refineries and power plants. Technicians are responsible for selecting, installing, calibrating and maintaining instrumentation, and configuring and programming systems to ensure reliable and efficient operation.

Degrees Available

Transfer Options

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Quick Facts

One of a Kind
OCtech is the only technical college in South Carolina that offers an associate degree in this field of engineering technology.
Get Hands On
Established co-ops are available with South Carolina Electric & Gas, BP-Amoco, International Paper and other industry partners.


ABET Accrediting Agency LogoThis program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET: www.abet.org

To review accreditation status, please visit the OCtech Program Accreditation/Approval page.

Program Coordinator

Richard Murphy
Dean of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing Tech.

Meet a Graduate

“Electronic instrumentation allows graduates to play a special role in keeping industrial systems running safely and reliable, and it’s a skill you can take anywhere in the world.”

— Marcus Hilliard, Electronics Engineering Technology Class of 2018 | Nuclear technician at Alvin W. Vogtle Electric Generating Plant