What is Computer Engineering Technology?
The Computer Engineering Technology (CpET) program, primarily an application oriented approach, allows students to gain experience with engineering fundamentals while in the classroom. Computer Engineering is a discipline that embodies the science and technology of design, construction, implementation, and maintenance of hardware and software components of modern computing systems and computer controlled equipment.
What can I do with a Computer Engineering Technology Degree?
Computer Engineering is a broad and challenging field that offers endless employment and career opportunities. Job growth across the computing industry is expected to be strong and create a significant number of entry level positions which will be available to Computer Engineering Technology graduates.
Program Mission Statement
The Engineering Technology Division of the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown shares and supports the mission of Pitt-Johnstown. The mission of the Engineering Technology Division is to:
What kind of courses will I take?
The courses listed below are only a small glimpse into the Computer Engineering courses available on our campus.
Computer Engineering Techology Links
These links have been provided for those who want more information on both the Pitt-Johnstown Computer Engineering Technology Program, and the world of Computer Engineering Technology as a whole.
Division of Engineering Technology
Degree Requirements (.pdf)
IEEE Computer Society
Computer Research Association
Association for Computing Machinery
Jobs in Computer Engineering
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