Computer Engineering Technology graduates find jobs on engineering teams in design, computer hardware and/or software development, programming, manufacturing, production, or operations. They also sometimes work in technical services including field engineering, marketing and sales.
While offering a well-rounded professional education with an emphasis on hardware and programming of computer systems, our Two-Plus-Two Program in Computer Engineering Technology gives you maximum flexibility in designing your professional educational program. In the first two years (leading to an Associate in Science degree) you acquire information that prepares you for work in industry installing, testing and maintaining computer systems. Continuing for the following two years (leading to the Bachelor of Science degree) prepares you to work on advanced hardware and network systems and includes technical and general education courses necessary for career advancement.
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