Computer/Electronic-Associate in Science

Program Advisor: Gary Bradway

The Computer/Electronic Technology option in Engineering Technology degree program provides the student with a unique blend of courses in electronics and computer hardware, software, and programming. It is intended to provide a broad range of career opportunities including designing, installing, maintaining, and operating computer systems as well as training as  an industrial electronics technician. Students may become CISCO Certified in this program. those students should contact the Program Advisor. With proper preparation in mathematics and physics, the student can transfer to a college or university offering a baccalaureate degree in engineering technology.

Graduation Requirements
To earn a degree in this program, a student must complete the 69 program and general education credits, plus the additional requirements, shown below.

Program

 

47 Credits

CIS 124

C++ Programming 1

4 Credits

CIS 153

Systems Operations

4 Credits

CIS 180

Introduction to Networks

4 Credits

ENM 127

Technical Mathematics 3 (or higher)

3 Credits

ENT 129

Intro to Electricity/Electronics

4 Credits

ENT 135

Interpreting Engineering Drawings 1

4 Credits

ENT 185

Engineering Computer Applications (see footnote 1)

4 Credits

ENT 233

Digital Circuits

4 Credits

ENT 234

Microprocessors

3 Credits

ENT 260

Industrial Control Systems

4 Credits

PHY 111

Idea of Physics (see footnote 2)

3 Credits

 

Tech Electives (see footnote 3)

6 Credits

 

 

 

General Education

 

22 Credits

COM

Communication

3 Credits

ENG

English Composition/Writing

6 Credits

PHY 101

College Physics 1 (see footnote 2)

4 Credits

 

General Education Electives (see footnote 4)

6 Credits

Additional

 

As Shown

Core Competencies Portfolio (items)

4 Credits

Forum (units)

4

Health/Fitness (hours)

30

Minimum cumulative Average Overall

2.000

Area of Specialization: All program requirements and ENM courses and all program requirements

2.000

Suggested Block for Program Completion
The following is a suggestion for competing this program in two years. the actual time needed to compete the program will vary according to each student's individual needs.

First Semester

 

17 Credits

PHY 101

College Physics 1 (see footnote 2)

4 Credits

ENT 135

Interpreting Engineering Drawings 1

4 Credits

ENT 185

Engineering Computer Applications (see footnote 1)

4 Credits

ENG

English Composition/Writing

3 Credits

ENM 126

Technical Mathematics 2

3 Credits

Second Semester

 

17 Credits

CIS 124

C++ Programming 1

4 Credits

ENM 127

Technical Mathematics 3

3 Credits

ENT 129

Intro to Electricity/Electronics

4 Credits

 

Tech Electives (see footnote 3)

3 Credits

ENG

Composition/Writing

3 Credits

Third Semester

 

19 Credits

CIS 153

Systems Operations

4 Credits

ENT 233

Digital Circuits

4 Credits

ENT 260

Industrial Control Systems

4 Credits

PHY 101

College Physics 1

4 Credits

 

General Education Electives (see footnote 4)

3 Credits

Fourth Semester

 

16 Credits

CIS 180

Introduction to Networks

4 Credits

ENT 234

Microprocessors

3 Credits

COM

Communication

3 Credits

 

General Education Electives (see footnote 4)

3 Credits

 

Tech Electives (see footnote 3)

3 Credits

Footnotes:
1. CIS 102 may be substituted.
2. Students planning to transfer should take PHY 101, PHY 102, and a technical elective in the first , second and third semesters.
3. Technical electives selected from CIS 125, C++ Programming 2,; CIS  155, Web development; CIS 181, Routing and Switching Essentials; ENT 285, Technical Internship;  and PHY 102, College Physics 2.
4. General Education Electives are chosen from two of the following: History, Humanities and Fine Arts, or Behavioral and Social Science, or Environmental Studies.