Electrical and Instrumentation (ELEC) 
Mission Statement

To prepare students with the critical thinking skills 
necessary to troubleshoot and repair equipment in the 
field by providing the knowledge and the hands on training 
that begins with basic electric skills and advances to 
complex electrical and instrumentation systems.

Electrical and Instrumentation (ELEC) 
Student Learning Outcomes

1.   Demonstrate basic understanding of electrical safety.

2.   Show understanding of and uses of terminology, measuring            systems, hand and power tools, mechanical instruments,                lathes, mills and measuring tools and instruments.

3.   Demonstrate basic comprehension of electrical theory and             National Electric Code.

4.   Interpret parameters relating to pressure, level, flow, and                temperature measurement.

5.   Differentiate various electronic components and uses in                 circuitry.

6.   Compare and contrast AC & DC motors, transformers and             distribution equipment.

7.   Summarize understanding of transducers, actuators, and               controllers.

8.   Demonstrate ability to calibrate and configure process loops.

9.   Show use of PLCs, data networks, and DCSs.

10.  Successfully execute Level 4 E & I NCCER Certification                  Project.


11.  Demonstrate ability to write concise and accurate reports.

12.  Solve algebraic equations.

13.  Summarize comprehension of fractions, decimals, and                    percentages.

14.  Differentiate between of area and volume and calculate both.

15.  Read blue prints and schematics and use effectively in                    installation and trouble-shooting scenarios.