Computer/Electronic Technology Option This option 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, the student can transfer to a college or university offering a baccalaureate degree in engineering technology. Program Advisor: Gary Bradway Â· 413-236-4624 or firstname.lastname@example.org . Computer/Electronic Technology Engineering Technology Program Outcomes Attain the educational and technical skills from which graduates are well equipped to enter the workforce or continue their education in manufacturing technology at Baccalaureate institutions. Apply the technical knowledge and problem solving skills required in Computer/Electronic Technology Ability to accurately use test equipment and troubleshoot Develop expertise in the application of circuit analysis both analog and digital, computer programming and associated software, microprocessors and industrial control systems. Ability to use machinery both manual and automated in various manufacturing processes. Develop a commitment to quality, timeliness and continuous improvement of the manufacturing process. Demonstrate competence in collaboration with individuals and teams of multicultural and multidisciplinary backgrounds. Communicate clearly and coherently in written, oral and graphical forms. Appreciate the need for continued professional development and lifelong learning.
CIS 153 Systems Operations
CIS 180 Network Fundamentals
Technical Mathematics III (or higher)
Intro to Electicity/Electronics
Interpreting Engineering Drawings I
Engineering Computer Applications (1)
Industrial Control Systems
Ideas of Physics
Technical Electives (3)
Intro to Oral Communication in Business
Technical Mathematics ll (or higher)
College Physics (see footnote 2)
General Education Elective
(see footnote 4)
Core Competencies Portfolio
Minimum Cumulative Averages
(overall and area of specialization)
(1) CIS 102 may be substituted.
(2) General Education Electives are chosen from two of the following Behavioral and Social Science, Humanities and Fine Arts, Environmental Studies, or History.
(3) Technical Electives are chosen from CIS 125 , CIS 155 , ENT 285 , PHY 102 and ENM 255 . Electives maybe selected with the permission of the Program Advisor.