The Associate of Science in Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology introduces students to the basics of electrical and electronics design with courses in DC/AC circuit principles and design, digital electronics, and analog electronics. Two courses in computer programming enable students starting with no experience in programming to develop skills in this area. The program satisfies the first two years of the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Technology or the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology.
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