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Students will prepare to work as entry-level industrial process instrumentation valve technicians. While process industries worldwide have moved to digital control , at the end of the digital systems there will be a "mechanical" device that must respond to and apply the digital control algorithm correctly. The course work for this certificate will include to the the mechanical skills for efficient valve work. This is a continuing need in the process industrey.
|Name||Course Number||Number of Credits|
|Process Industry Basics||PETR A155||3|
|Industrial Process Instrumentation||PRT A140||3|
|Remotely Actuated Valves||PRT A130||4|
|Mechanically Actuated Valves||PETR A131||2|