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Computer Engineering Technology

Computer Engineering Technology

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ASC ranked No. 5 in the US, colleges with computer engineering technology
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Program Advantages

Computer Engineering Technology at Alfred State is ranked #5, Money Mag: Best Colleges 2019

The computer engineering technology program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for graduates to secure employment as technicians or technologists who are capable of installing, designing, supporting, and maintaining computer systems and networks. The program is designed to prepare students for professional certifications such as the CompTIA A+ and Network+, Microsoft Certified System Administrator (MCSA), Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE), and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). Both computer engineering technology programs are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Professional Outlook

Computer Engineering Technology (AAS): 100% transferred to continue their education.
Computer Engineering Technology (BS): 67% are employed; 100% are employed in field.

Occupational opportunities include computer network technician, computer network systems integrator, computer network support specialist, computer network administrator, computer network engineering technician, computer systems engineering technician.

2016-2017 Alfred State Catalog
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Pioneer Quotes

"We're impressed with the drive and determination of Alfred State students." -Karen Austin, senior programmer, Cutco Corporation

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Engineering Technology

The computer engineering technology program expanded my knowledge of computers from basic hardware down to the complex software on it. It gave me a new perspective when troubleshooting radar technology. -Matt Lott, '16

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