Electronics Engineering Technology/Computer Engineering (CETT.S.AAS)
68.0 Credit Hours
This program provides students with exciting opportunities to put engineering concepts into practice. The curriculum balances instruction in theory with hands-on laboratory applications. A strong background in basics and in-depth study of advanced topics prepares graduates with skills necessary to enter careers in installation, operation, application, maintenance and repair of existing computer systems and associated software. The Computer Engineering program assures quality education in state-of-the-art equipped laboratories and highly qualified faculty. Those who wish to further their studies are well prepared for entry into four-year Computer Engineering programs.
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- Maintain and upgrade hardware and software. Maintain communication links and network systems with peripheral devices and other networks. Install and troubleshoot engineering hardware on a PC system.
- Use software packages to simulate, analyze and develop schematics and layouts of electronic circuits. Write technical reports and work in groups.
- Apply the principles of electronics on the job to solve electronic problems either through analysis or through an actual hardware solution. Solve electronic circuit problems, perform lab exercises and apply skills and knowledge in a capstone project.
- Demonstrate a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities, including a respect for diversity; impact of engineering technology solutions in a societal and global context. Solve electronic circuit problems, perform lab exercises and apply skills and knowledge in a capstone project.