The Associate of Science in Computer Engineering Technology (CET) degree provides education and skill development 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.
Traditional (on campus)
|General Education Courses||26|
|Building a Sense of Community
UNI 100 First-Year Seminar
ENG 101 English Composition I
Any Public Speaking Course
|Mathematics and Quantitative Literacy
MAT 181 College Algebra*
GET 130 Intro to Engineering Technology
PHY 121 General Physics**
|General Education Options
|Professional Technical Core Courses||31|
|CET 235 Digital Electronic Design||4|
|CET 270 Intro to Microprocessor Design||4|
|CSC 124 Computer Programming I||3|
|CSC 265 Object-Oriented Programming||3|
|CSC 328 Data Structures||3|
|EET 110 Electric Circuits I||4|
|EET 160 Electric Circuits II||4|
|EET 215 Intro to Instrumentation||3|
|MAT 195 Discrete Math Structures||3|
* Students may take MAT 199 (Pre-Calculus) in lieu of MAT 181 and MAT 191 followed by MAT 281 (Calculus I) for a more rigorous math tract.
** Students planning to continue to the B.S. in Computer Engineering Technology program should take Calculus I and PHY 101 (College Physics) instead.
Program Note: Students must have a minimum 2.0 GPA to qualify for graduation.
Graduates of the A.S.-CET program are eligible to enroll in the B.S.-CET program. All credits earned toward the A.S.-CET degree count toward the B.S.-CET degree. Students considering completion of a bachelor's degree in CET should select General Education credits that apply. Consult your adviser.