Computer Science, Engineering and Technology

Computer Science and EngineeringComputer Science, Engineering and Technology

Programs cover the design, construction and operation of computer systems.  Programs include:

  • Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Computer Application Integration Specialist
  • Computer Science and Engineering


Programs to Explore

Electronic Engineering Technology

Associate of Applied Science in Electronic Engineering Technology (Applied Electronics)
The applied electronics major is structured to provide a student with an application-oriented, electronic/electrical background, extensive hands-on laboratory experience, and the use of standard and specialized test equipment.  The relevant knowledge, the skills that industry needs today, and the competencies that are integrated into the curriculum are intended to prepare the graduate to be job-ready in the high-tech workplace at the end of two years, and enter into a rewarding career in one of the electronics fields. 

Typical job titles include engineering assistant, electronic test technician, instrumentation technician, field service representative, communication specialist and sales engineer.

  • Computing Application Integration Specialist

    Computer Engineering Technology-
    Computer Application Integration Specialist
    One Year Technical Certificate - Curriculum Code 6122

    The Computer Engineering Technology - Computer Application Integration Specialist certificate provides graduates with the skills necessary to design and implement software and hardware interfaces and networking of equipment with computers, computing devices and communication systems for a variety of industrial sectors including health care, law enforcement, manufacturing, logistics/transportation and other sectors. 

    Associate of Applied Science in Computer Application Integration Specialist
    The Computer Engineering Technology - Computer Application Integration Specialist major provides graduates with the skills necessary to design and implement software and hardware interfaces and networking of equipment with computers, computing devices and communication systems for a variety of industrial sectors including health care, law enforcement, manufacturing, logistics/transportation and other sectors. Graduates will be proficient in the design, application, installation, operations, and maintenance of computer, networks, and other digital devices and associated equipment. Credits from this program transfer to the bachelor's degree from The University of Akron through the LCCC University Partnership.

    Computer Science and Engineering

    Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering  
    From the University of Toledo through LCCC's University Partnership
    The Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) is an interdisciplinary field, which deals with the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of computing hardware and software.  In this program, students explore the interaction between modern computer science and related technologies that have evolved the mathematical and design principles of engineering into the development of modern computing system. 

    Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering Technology  
    From the University of Toledo through LCCC's University Partnership
    The program in Computer Science and Engineering Technology (CSET) includes hardware and software aspects of both computer design and computer applications.  Computer design emphasizes the structure of computers and requires expertise in computational applications, digital design, microcomputer systems and computer architectures.  Computer applications emphasizes the use of computer software in engineering technology and requires both low-level and high-level programming techniques, the use of mathematical algorithms, and a general knowledge of computer operating systems.  The CSET program provides students with an in-depth understanding of computer hardware and software at the machine and system level.  

    To enter this program, first complete the LCCC Associate of Applied Science in Engineering Technology (Computer Maintenance and Networking).  To earn the Bachelor of Science degree, you will complete an additional year of related studies at LCCC, and one year of studies at the University of Toledo program at the LCCC University Partnership.

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