Electrical and Instrumentation

Through our association with the Arizona Regional Advanced Manufacturing Professional Upgrade Project, Eastern Arizona College provides state-of-the-art training for the next generation of electrical and instrumentation professionals. AZ RAMP UP is a collaborative effort involving Eastern Arizona College, Central Arizona College, Estrella Mountain Community College Southwest Skill Center, and Gateway Community College Maricopa Skill Center. Our degree and certificate programs provide students with hands-on opportunities to develop entry-level skills for an industrial work environment in the technical field of electronics and instrumentation in a manufacturing environment. Residential and commercial applications are included as well, making graduates of EA’s electrical and instrumentation program very competitive for high paying jobs.

Electrical and Instrumentation Career Paths
  • Mining
  • Power Generation and Utilities
  • Chemical Plants
  • Petrochemical Refineries
  • Water and Wastewater
  • Scientific Research
  • Commercial Electrical Installations
  • Utility Companies
  • Communications
  • Security Systems
Select Average Salary Statistics*
*2021 national median pay, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Electro-mechanical Technologists / Technicians
Electronic Drafter
Journeyman Electrician

Program Details

Average Program Length
Electrical and Instrumentation Technology Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
Preparation to enter workforce in the industrial electrical and instrumentation fields; transfer possible.
4 full-time semesters
Electrical and Instrumentation Technician Certificate
Preparation to enter workforce with entry-level skills in the industrial electrical field.
2 full-time semesters
Electrical Fundamentals
Preparation to enter workforce with entry-level skills in the industrial electrical field.
1 full-time semester & 1 part-time semester
Start Your Electrical and Instrumentation Journey at Eastern Arizona College
Mark Andreason
(928) 428-8209