Computer Engineering Technology Programs

New Programs for Computer Engineering Technology

Step up to a great career!

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the fastest-growing occupation from 2006-2016 is projected to be network systems and data communication analyst. In fact, five of the top 25 jobs are related to computer systems, software and networking.

You can take the first step toward this growing career field by learning more about new degree and certificate programs in Computer Engineering Technology.

Computer Engineering Technology- Computer Applications Integration Specialist 

This program provides students with the skills needed to to design and implement software, hardware interfaces and networking of equipment with computers, computing devices and communication systems.

You can earn a one-year technical certificate and an associate's degree from LCCC and continue to the University partnership to earn a bachelor's degree from the University of Akron. This enables you to choose your level of training while earning transferable college credits every step of the way.

Step 1: Your first year of training earns you a one-year technical certificate in Computer Engineering Technology - Industrial Computer Applications Integration Specialist.
Step 2: Continue for a second year to earn an associate of applied science degree.
Step 3: All your credits transfer to the University of Akron bachelor's degree program in Computing Applications specialist at the University Partnership. You can earn three years of credit at LCCC's low tuition rate and complete your degree with one year of courses at the University of Akron.

The Computer Applications Integration Specialist program offers the fastest and least costly way to gain the skills for this fast-growing career. And the path to get there is simple as 1-2-3.

Computer Engineering Technology- Computer and Digital Forensics

Students will gain the skills for employment as computer forensics analysts, electronic and cyber discovery specialist, and a general computer-engineering technologist. 

You can earn a one-year technical certificate and continue your education to earn an associate's degree. This enables you to choose your level of training while earning transferable college credits every step of the way. Students will complete an ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) accredited program that guarantees transfer of credits.

Step 1: Your first year of training earns you a one-year technical certificate in Computer Engineering Technology - Industrial Computer and Digital Forensics.
Step 2: Continue for a second year to earn an associate of applied science degree.

Many local and regional organizations have indicated a need to hire graduates of this program or to update skills of current employees. The need is the greatest in law enforcement, law firms, software development companies, large accounting firms, banks and insurance organizations.

Learn more about Computer and IT Programs at LCCC

LCCC is the best place to start for a wide range of programs for computer and information technology. Programs are available for computer networking, Web design, professional certifications and even Computer networking, software and Web design, computer science and engineering, and even computer game design.

 

 

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