Computer Engineering

Associate in Science 

The Computer Engineering Technology program provides training in hardware configuration, software development, programming applications, and the interfacing of hardware and software systems. Students receive hands-on training on various computer systems, test equipment, and software products. 

Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to: 

  • Understand professional responsibilities in the workplace 
  • Demonstrate safety practices in the workplace 
  • Develop a commitment to customer service 
  • Communicate effectively with others 
  • Work effectively in teams 
  • Identify, analyze, and solve technical problems 
  • Complete assigned tasks in a timely fashion 
  • Demonstrate creativity in solving problems 
  • Recognize the need for continuous learning 
  • Use diagnostic software and testing equipment to troubleshoot problems 
  • Install and configure hardware and software 
  • Demonstrate an understanding of digital data communications 
  • Utilize the Internet and other resources to collect data to solve problems 
  • Use CAD technology to create electrical schematics 
  • Use CAD technology to simulate and evaluate electrical circuits 
  • Apply mathematics as a problem-solving tool 
  • Understand structured programming techniques 
  • Program in high level and assembly language 
  • Analyze circuits and devices 

Graduates of this program possess the skills to troubleshoot, repair, configure, install, and program basic computer systems. The experience and training gained in the Computer Engineering Technology Associate in Science degree program will also prepare students for the national CompTIA Computer Technicians A+ Certification Examination.

 

Contact

 

For more information contact:

Paul Silberquit
(203) 285-2368
psilberquit@gatewayct.edu

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