Instrumentation technology is the branch of science that deals with measurement and control. An instrumentation is a device that measures or manipulates variables such as flow, temperature, level, or pressure. The instruments are used in each and every industry today. Instrumentation technology generally involves the practical application of pneumatic, electronic and microcomputer measurement and control systems. Students will learn how to work with various instruments, from mechanical float-level controls to complex computer-based modeling systems. This course presents a combination of practical information and hands-on experiences covering proper techniques for installation, calibration, and maintenance of electronic instruments and procedures for configuring and calibrating transmitters, transducers, and controllers. Instrumentation technology course gives in depth knowledge of all instruments currently used in our industry. Instrumentation technologists are always in demand by the industry and generally work on the practical application of pneumatic, electronic and microcomputer measurement and control systems. Examples of employers who consistently employ well-trained instrumentation personnel include oil and gas producers, chemical companies, electronics firms, food and beverage firms, and utilities.