Computer Engineering Technology, Assoc of Applied Science

The Computer Engineering Technology programs prepare students for immediate employment as computer and network technicians. Students receive a general background in electronics, software, computer networks and data communication in addition to specialized training in the assembly, configuration, diagnosis and repair of IBM-class personal computers. By proper choice of electives, mathematics and science courses, A.A.S. graduates may transfer into the B.S. in Computer Engineering Technology program at Capitol College. The certificate programs, with fewer credit requirements, lead into the A.A.S. program without loss of credit. Some students may wish to take courses within this program to prepare for industry certifications, such as the CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+, and the CISCO CCNA. For the CompTIA A+ certification, take INT-1550. For the A+ certification, take INT-1540 and INT-2540. For the Network+ certification, take INT-1550. For the Security+ certification, take INT-1620. For the CCNA Certification, take INT-1450, 1460, 2450, and 2460.


Learning Foundations Overall Requirements
General Education - Speech
MAT-1340 Requirement
General Education - Science
General Education - Social Sciences (A.A.S.)
General Education - Information Technology



Mr. Michael W. Smith


CAT Room 129A


(301) 546-0770

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(301) 546-0864

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