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Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering Technology

Available in Okmulgee and Tulsa


Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology’s Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering Technology (IET) is a hands-on program that helps students harness knowledge and skills in the areas of safety applications, industrial electrical systems, automation, PLC programming, and basic design drafting. Through rigorous coursework and experiential learning, students can gain a sound knowledge base and the skills needed to develop their careers in fields related to instrumentation technologies, process control, and industrial processes automation.

Program Outcomes

With the robust hands-on training and engineering knowledge received, graduates of the Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering Technology program can expect to learn how to:

  • Apply the concepts of chemistry, physics, and electricity/electronics to analyze and diagnose issues in measurement and control systems;
  • Design solutions for faulty instruments and solve technical problems using appropriate engineering procedures and equipment;
  • Design, install, and configure new instrument systems following industry construction standards and utilizing analog and/or digital control devices;
  • Utilize effective management skills for performing investigations and evaluations to ensure the performance of automatic control systems;
  • Use programmable logic controllers (PLC), distributed control systems (DCS), and supervisory control systems for control of manufacturing and processing systems;
  • Conduct information searching and processing and develop the ability for lifelong learning;
  • Work in a team environment with leadership skills;
  • Effectively communicate technical information and details with a range of stakeholders.

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Why Choose OSUIT’s Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering Technology?

Save Big on Tuition

At OSUIT, we promise to deliver quality education at an affordable price. We allow students to easily transfer the credits they earned previously in their associate degrees to save more on tuition. In addition, qualified students can lower their out-of-pocket expenses through our financial aid programs. Learn more about our cost and aid.

Learn from Instrumentation Experts

The Instrumentation Engineering Technology program’s instructors and professors have extensive real-world experience. Taught by industry experts, students in the program can learn cutting-edge instrumentation and control system technology and current best practices based on industry standards.

Learn at Your Own Pace

The program is a blend of on-campus classes, lab sessions, and online courses. With this learning format, students can not only gain valuable hands-on technical skills through in-person sessions but also enjoy the flexibility to plan their classes around their busy schedules.

Graduate from an Accredited Program

OSUIT’s Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering Technology is an ABET-accredited program that meets high educational standards. Students can be confident that our IET program provides rigorous coursework taught by experienced faculty to prepare them for promising careers in related fields.


Pursue Rewarding Careers

The job placement rate after graduation is nearly 100% at OSUIT. With the high-level skill set and education obtained through the Instrumentation Engineering Technology program, graduates are ready to apply instrumentation technologies to production systems. They can find job placements in the energy, petroleum, biomedical, chemical, cyber, electrical, industrial, and manufacturing disciplines.

Instrumentation Engineering Technology Program Curriculum

The BT in Instrumentation Engineering Technology program focuses on the application of electronics and computer technology to instrumentation, industrial automation, and process control systems. Students are required to complete a total of 128 credit hours of study, including 29 credit hours of general education to build a solid knowledge foundation for their technical study. Then, they continue to advance their knowledge and skills in engineering and instrumentation systems with 74 credit hours of technical courses and 23 credit hours of additional requirements. 

Full-time students may finish their bachelor’s degrees in instrumentation engineering technology in two to three years. However, the length of the program can be shorter depending on your eligible transfer credits. You can talk to our advisors to see how many of your previously earned credits or work experience can apply to the program. 

Instrumentation Engineering Technical Courses

The technical courses of the Instrumentation Engineering Technology program are designed to give students a comprehensive understanding and solid knowledge base in electronics and computer technology, industrial automation, and process control systems. The courses include:

  • Introduction to Instrumentation Technology
  • AC/DC Circuits I
  • AC/DC Circuits II
  • Motors & Controls
  • Electronic Devices & Standards
  • Digital Systems & Microcontrollers
  • Introduction to PLCs
  • PLC Applications
  • Electrical Power Distribution
  • Hydraulics & Pneumatics
  • Electronic Control Devices
  • Instrumentation
  • Project Management & Engineering Economics
  • Industrial Networks
  • Liquid & Gas Flow Measurement Heat Tran
  • Programming for Instrumentation
  • Electrical/Electronics Instrumentation
  • Internship (12 credit hours)
  • Process Measurement & Control
  • Process Management
  • Instrumentation Capstone
  • Introduction to Design/Drafting

Admission Requirements

Students who intend to apply for the Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering Technology program must hold an Associate in Applied Science degree or higher and submit the following documents:

  • Application for admission;
  • Official high school transcript or GED scores
  • ACT or SAT scores
  • ACCUplacer (Next Generation) Assessment (If needed)
  • Official college transcripts (If applicable)

Graduates of OSUIT’s AAS in Engineering Technologies have the option of articulating directly into the BT program and a specific sequence of courses is required to ensure a seamless transition from the AAS to BT degree. Applicants with other AAS degrees may be required to take bridge courses prior to entering the BT program.

Learn More about the Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering Technology

Join OSUIT’s Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering Technology program to hone your technical skills and develop an exciting career! If you are ready to get started, call us at 918-293-5150 or submit a request information form to learn more about the program, or submit your application today!