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This major offers courses in analog and digital electronics, circuit analysis, microcontroller, programming, hardware interconnection, and computer architecture. The variety of courses foster immediate technical skills and theoretical foundations for working in the growing field of computer engineering technology.
Skills You Will Learn
What makes this major unique?
Students in this major specialize in engineering technology and learn how to build, maintain and repair computer hardware (physical computerized machines). Topics of hardware interfacing and robotic control with software programs are included.
This major teaches students to understand computer system architecture and to work in areas where computer electronics are deployed, controlled, and maintained. In 2019, the mean wage was $50k+ for Associate degree, and $70k+ for Bachelor degree, among 54k jobholders in this field in the NY-Newark-Jersey City metropolitan area.
A. REQUIRED CORE: 12 credits
English: 6 credits
Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning: 3 credits
Life and Physical Sciences: 3 credits
B. FLEXIBLE CORE: 9 credits
Select one course from three of the five flexible core categories
Note: Students can select only one course from any one discipline. Students are advised to select one Urban Study course to complete the college requirement. To complete the degree requirements from the Flexible Core, students are advised to select courses from the recommended course selections listed on the program website.
|Math, Engineering and Computer Science|
|CSF101 First Year Seminar for Computer Science||2|
|MAC241 Computer Electronics I||4|
|MAC242 Computer Electronics II||3|
|MAC265 Computer Hardware Interfacing and Programming||3|
|MAC289 Computer Technology Project Lab||2|
|MAC291 Computer Logic, Design and Implementation I||4|
|MAC292 Computer Logic, Design and Implementation II||4|
|MAC293 Computer Repair and Network Maintenance||4|
|MAC295 Computer Architecture||4|
|Business & Technology|
|BTM101 Introduction to Business||3|
*Students are encouraged to take Introduction to Programming with Python (MAC108) to fulfill their unrestricted elective requirement.
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