ASSOCIATE DEGREE
OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN
COMPUTER ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY
1260 Clock Hours/75 Weeks /
74 Credit Hours
The objective of the Associate Degree in Computer Electronic Technology program is to provide the technical skills necessary for entry-level employment in highly technical electronic fields such as: industrial, communication, computers, microprocessors, controls, networking, and alternative energy technology. To provide a background in mathematics and physics that is based on scientific principles. To provide skills in the use of equipment and procedures. To provide the student with the background necessary for advancement in this rapidly changing field.

To prepare students for entry-level employment in these and other positions: Research/Development, Computer Technician, Industrial Repair, Communications Technician, Copier Technician, Telephone Technician, and Alternative Energy Technologist, Data Communication, Computer Maintenance and Repair, Help Desk and networking. Preparing for Industrial Certifications. How to install, configure and troubleshoot computer networks, cabling, LAN, WAN, and network management.

Graduates secure positions in hospitals repairing equipment, Engineering Assistant, Research/Development Technician, PC Support, Help Desk, Information Systems, Systems Tech Specialist, Field Service Technician, Service Tech, PC Tech, Network/LAN Tech, Computer Specialist, and Hardware Specialist.

TO EARN AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY, THE FOLLOWING COURSES* ARE REQUIRED:

Basic Electronics **
Basic Electronics Lab **
Electronic Circuits I **
Electronics Circuits I Lab **
Electronic Circuits II **
Electronics Circuits II Lab **
Computer Fundamentals**
Computer Programming **
Database Analysis**
Information Systems I **
Information Systems II **
Microcomputer Applications I**
Microcomputer Applications II**
Security Awareness**
Convergence Technologies**

Introduction to College Math
College Algebra
Applied Math
Advanced College Algebra/Basic Trigonometry
Introduction to College English
Written Communications
Communication Skills
Earth Science
American Government and Politics
Sociology

*DOES NOT INDICATE THE ORDER IN WHICH THESE COURSES WILL BE OFFERED.

**CORE CLASS FOR THIS PROGRAM.

THIS COURSE OUTLINE CONTAINS ONLY THE SUGGESTED SEQUENCES OF COURSEWORK.

INTRODUCTORY CLASSES ARE NOT CALCULATED TOWARDS GPA AND STUDENTS WHO ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE THEM ONLY HAVE ONE ACADEMIC YEAR OF AID TO DO SO.

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Associate Degree of Applied Science in
Computer Electronic Technology
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Courses  Required
Course# Course Description Credit Hrs.
First Semester
CET 111 Basic Electronics 4
CET 111l Basic Electronics Lab 2
CPF 100 Computer Fundamentals 3
MTH 095 Introduction to College Math 4
WRC 095 Introduction to College English 4
AGP 120 American Government & Politics 3
  Total 12
Second Semester
CET 122 Electronic Circuits I 4
CET 122L Electronic Circuits I Lab 2
MTH 110 College Algebra 3
PRG 120 Computer Programming 4
WRC 110 Written Communications 3
  Total 16
Third Semester
CET 233 Electronic Circuits II 4
CET 233L Electronic Circuits II Lab 2
MTH 120 Applied Math 4
SOC 110 Sociology 3
ERS 110 Earth Science 3
  Total 16
Fourth Semester
MCP 150 Microcomputer Applications I 4
ITS 110 Information Systems I 4
DBA 220 Database Analysis 3
MTH 230 Advanced Algebra/Basic Trigonometry 4
  Total 15
Fifth Semester
MCP 260 Microcomputer Applications II 4
ITS 210 Information Systems II 4
ITS 220 Security Awareness 1
CGT 230 Convergence Technologies 3
COM 110 Communication Skills 3
  Total 15