Computer And Electronics Technology


Program Description
Computers and electronics have dominated 21st century technologies. From computerized billing systems to consumer electronics, the advancement of computerized devices has created the need for competent technicians to service this modern technology.

The Computer and Electronics Technology curriculum is designed to provide the knowledge and skills required to diagnose, install, maintain and restore function of computer systems and digital electronic systems.

In this curriculum, students will learn:

  • Basic electricity and Advanced Electronics
  • Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
  • Digital logic
  • PLCs (programmable logic controllers)
  • Computer system software and hardware
    - Installation
    - Configuration
    - Troubleshooting
  • Computer Application software
  • Networking
  • A+ Certification exam preparation
  • ISCET Certified Electronic Technician Certification CET

Graduates of this program are qualified to pursue careers in:

  • Electronic Technician
  • Entry-level Engineering
  • Technical support/ Help Desk Technician
  • Field Service Technician
  • Manufacturing Specialist
  • Technical Sales
  • Computer and Arcade Gaming Technician

Program Details

Campus: North
3 Years Math
Computer Programming (Basic Language)

Pre-Admission Recommendations:
Math I and II
2 Years Science (Physics included)

Applicants should have three units of high school mathematics (including trigonometry and intermediate algebra) and two units of high school science (physics is preferred).

For more information:
Joe Rivera, North Campus
Rm. B102A
(716) 851-1754