The Computer Engineering Technology, A.S. Program provides a solid foundation in the installation, maintenance, and repair of computer systems, computer networks, robotics and simulation technology. The program provides a general electronics background and prepares students to pass the A+ Certification Examination. Selection of advanced electives allows students to specialize in networking, simulator technician or robotics options. After completion, students may seek career jobs or transition into baccalaureate programs.

Students transferring into DSC’s BSET, EET concentration should take the following classes to maximize their articulation transfer to the BS program: STA2023, MAC1140, and EGN2045 as Electives.

Students transferring into DSC’s BSIT should take the following classes to maximize their articulation transfer to the BS program: CTS2321, MAC1140, MAC1114, and MAC2311C as Electives.

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