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Computer Engineering Technology, Diploma


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The Computer Engineering Technology program prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in designing and developing computer systems and installations. Includes instruction in computer electronics and programming, prototype development and testing, systems installation and testing, peripheral equipment, and report preparation.

CSCI 1102 Introduction to Microcomputers3
File Structures3
Introduction to Networking3
General Education or Related Electives3
Credits Fall - Year 112
Spring - Year 1
CST 2224 Windows Client/Server Admin4
Operating Systems3
General Education or Related Electives3
Credits Spring - Year 110
Fall - Year 2
 CST 2110PC Maintenance and Repair I3
Electrical Circuits Fundamentals3
Electrical Circuits Fundamentals Lab3
Technical Electives4
Credits Fall - Year 213
Spring - Year 2
Visual Basic Programming4
PC Maintenance and Repair II2
Basic Digital Circuits3
General Education or Related Electives4
Credits Spring - Year 213


General Education or Related-10 credits would include the following classes:

English, Biology, Chemistry, Math above 1000 level, Physics, Natural Science, Art, Foreign Language, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Theater, Western Civilization, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.

Human Relations2
Job Seeking Skills1

For 4 credits of suggested Electives, choose from the following:

College Keyboarding I3
Word Processing I2
Presentation Graphics2
Web Page Concept2
Basic Telecommunications3

Updated: si 4/12/10