Engineering Technology – Computer/Electronic Technology

Program Advisor: Gary Bradway 413-236-4624

The Computer/Electronic Technology option in the Engineering Technology degree program 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 and physics, the student can transfer to a college or university offering a baccalaureate degree in engineering technology.

Graduation Requirements

To earn a degree in this program, a student must complete the 69 program and general education credits, plus the additional requirements shown below:

Program 47 Credits
CIS 124 C++ Programming I 4
CIS 153 Systems Operations 4
CIS 180 Network Fundamentals 3
ENM 127 Technical Mathematics III (or higher) 3
ENT 129 Introduction to Electricity and Electronics 3
ENT 135 Interpreting Engineering Drawings I 3
ENT 185 Engineering Computer Applications (See Footnote 1) 4
ENT 233 Digital Circuits 4
ENT 234 Microprocessors 4
ENT 260 Industrial Control Systems 3
PHY 111 Ideas of Physics (See Footnote 2) 3
Technical Electives (See Footnote3) 7

General Education 22 Credits
COM 107 Intro to Communication in Business 3
ENG English Composition/Writing 6
ENM 126 Technical Mathematics II (or higher) 3
PHY 101 College Physics I (See Footnote 2) 4
General Education Electives (See Footnote 4) 6

Additional As Shown
Core Competencies Portfolio 6 Items
Forum 12 Units
Health/Fitness 30 Hours
Minimum Cumulative Averages
Overall 2.000
Area of Specialization: (All Program Requirements and all Required ENM Courses) 2.000


1. CIS 102 mat be substituted.
2. Students planning to transfer should take PHY 101, PHY 102 and Interpreting Engineering Drawings I in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd semesters respectively.
3. Technical Electives are chosen from CIS 125, C++ Programming II; CIS 155, Web Development; ENM 255 Statistical Quality Control; ENT 285, Technical Internship; and PHY 102, College Physics II.
4. General Education Electives chosen from the following: History, Humanities and Fine arts, Behavioral and Social Science, Environmental Studies.

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