COMPUTER REPAIR TECHNOLOGY
Computers have revolutionized every facet of American life. From computerized billing systems to automatic tellers, the advancement of computerized devices has created the need for competent technicians to service this modern technology.
The Computer Repair Technology curriculum is designed to provide the knowledge and skills required in the maintenance and repair of computer equipment and systems. In this curriculum, students learn basic electronics, semiconductor applications, integrated circuits, digital logic, and computer repair. Troubleshooting of individual logic devices and computer systems completes the students' study. Graduates of this curriculum are qualified to maintain all types of computer hardware, isolate and diagnose computer system breakdowns, etc.
Computer Repair Technology graduates may pursue careers in field service, manufacturing, engineering, sales, or technical writing.
The Albert Adams Memorial Scholarship: Monetary amounts to be presented annually to students on the basis of need and academic achievement.
Degree: Associate in Applied Science
Curriculum Code: 0495
Campus Location: South
Engineering & Technologies Division