The Computer Science, Engineering and
Advanced Technology Department offers a variety of options
to meet the needs of today's information technology (IT) specialist.
The department provides quality workforce training and education
to meet the needs of local and national industries.
The curriculum in each specialization uses extensive "hands
on" experiences to support theory and problem solving. Course
work is extremely relevant to industry needs. Contemporary computer
workstations, adherence to current information technology processes,
use of industry standard programming languages, industry standard
operating systems, and software applications are employed. Students
will be introduced to a variety of computer information environments,
such as mainframe, mini-computer, personal computers, and client-server.
This site is designed to provide information about the programs
offered by Computer Science, Engineering and Advanced Technology and to aid you in deciding on the right training
The Department of Computer Science, Engineering and
Advanced Technology offers a variety of options to
obtain specialized training to meet the needs of todays information
technology specialist. Starting annual salaries range from $28,000-
$40,000. Salaries can increase substantially with experience.