Jun 24, 2024  
2024-25 Curriculum Guide 
    
2024-25 Curriculum Guide

Technology Studies: Computer Engineering Technology, AS (CETC-AS-COT)

Location(s): Middlesex


This 2024-25 Curriculum Guide is intended as a reference for Fall 2024 registration. The complete 2024-25 Academic Catalog will be finalized on July 1, 2024.


The Computer Information Technology (CIT) degree program is designed to provide students with a well-rounded technical foundation and offer options in which they can concentrate their skills in either software development or networking. For students who enter the program without a firm grasp on a career direction, the program’s core gives a broad range of subject areas that the students can experience before formalizing their concentration.

In addition to meeting the Technology Studies outcomes students in this option will:

  • Develop the ability to analyze, develop, and design code through knowledge and comprehension of information systems concepts and skills.
  • Develop the strategic and critical thinking skills through development of the ability to identify, gather, measure summarize, verify, analyze, design, develop and test programs and hardware design.
  • Develop the ability to identify and solve unstructured problems in unfamiliar setting and exercise judgment based on facts.
  • Develop communication through development of proficiency in oral/written/electronic communication skills and the development of the ability to explain programming concepts and code and related technical issues to others.
  • Develop leadership skill through the development of the ability to work collaboratively with a diverse team, including organization, control, and assessment of group-based work, and provide leadership when appropriate.
  • Develop the skills to apply current technology, analyze business problems, and design and develop software and solve technical issues; apply word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation, email, and collaborative software skills in a professional context.
  • Develop the skills to communicate using network technologies, access information via internet, and understand information integrity and security issues

Technology Studies General Education Core (23 credits)


Technology Studies Program Core (10-11 credits)


Total Credits: 64-65