Associate of Applied Science Electronics and Computer Technology
According to the IEEE Computer Society, computers are used in almost every aspect of today's life: in automobile engines, microwave ovens, video games, watches, telephones, desktops at home and work, mainframe computers in government and industry, and in supercomputers extending the frontiers of science and technology. The computer, network and Internet industries are the fastest growing segments of our economy and of the new millennium.
More than ever, there is a demand for a prepared work force with the scientific and technical training necessary to help American industry to maintain a competitive edge in the world market. Students who are interested in computer and network engineering technology can pursue a four-year bachelor's degree or a two-year associate degree