Computer, Software, and Networking Technology Program
The Computer, Software, and Networking Technology department offers an associate in science degree designed to provide the education and training needed for employment in the computer, software, and networking industries. These programs are ideal for individuals with basic math and science knowledge and an interest in technology and its applications. Coursework includes computer and networking security, embedded programming, computer systems, networking, technical mathematics, computer systems, computer applications and languages and telecommunications. Employability skills that are required in industry and are crucial to job placement and career success are emphasized throughout the program. Hands-on training is provided using modern laboratories, equipment and computers. The program’s general education component adds the broader-based educational background valued by employers in technology fields.
Career and Transfer Outlook
Graduates of the program work in computer, software and networking related industries. Although not primarily intended as a transfer degree, some students do continue on to bachelor’s degree programs on a full or part-time basis in engineering, engineering technology, and information technology.
For more information contact:
Donald Brady, Assistant Dean of STEM