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Science Instrumentation

Quantitative measurements are performed in every area of science, engineering, and technology, providing a critical comparison between actual results and theoretical models or projected performance.  Science and technology related enterprises critically rely upon quantitative measurement feedback to both the design and develop new products and control, calibrate and diagnose physical processes.

To perform and understand accurate measurements, one must understand many fundamental principles of measurement and instrumentation, including the physical sensors employed, systematic and statistical errors, dynamic response, calibration, filtering and signal averaging.  The Science Instrumentation Track incorporates coursework from multiple scientific and engineering disciplines to provide students with a fundamental understanding of these principles and exposure to quantitative measurement and analysis.  This knowledge fills a critical need in science-based commercial and academic enterprises.


Delivery method

On campus

Contact information

Derek Payne Project Coordinator 801-585-3650 pmst@gradschool.utah.edu

Ray Hoobler Program Director Ray.Hoobler@utah.edu

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Initial PSM affiliation date

2001

Next Affiliation Review Schedule and Status

2020

Field of study

Other

Concentration/Specialization: 

Other Interdisciplinary Sciences

Degree type

Master of Science and Technology (M.S.T.)