Computer and Electronics Technology - Computer Networking
Associate in Applied Science
Do you want to find employment as a Computer Network Specialist, a Digital Electronics Technician, or a Broadcast
Engineer? How about employment as Electronics, Design, or Audio Technician?
Then an Associate's Degree in Computer and Electronics Technology - Computer Networking - may be what you are looking
for. The Degree program consists of the theoretical concepts and practical applications needed for future success in
Computer and Electronics Technology.
Coursework includes electronic fundamentals and applications, computer programming, Cisco networking - fundamentals
through wide area network technologies - and courses in electronic communications.
For information about the Computer and Electronics Technology degree, contact Jeff Laub, Dean, Science, Math and
Engineering, at (434) 832-7707 or email
. The Science, Math, and Engineering
(SME) department is located in the Campbell building, room 4204M.