Industrial Computer Fundamentals Technical Certificate

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Course Notes Credits mc
CENT 1310
Computer Systems & Software
ENTC 1124 Engineering Technology Tech May substitute with any college-level math course  3
ENTC 1114 Intro to Electrical / Electronic Tech Co-req: ENTC 1124
May substitute with EETC 1313
Semester Credits    9  


Course Notes Credits mc
CENT 1320
Programming for Technicians
Prereq: CENT 1310 3 Milestone Course
EETC 1331
Digital Fundamentals
ENTC 1114
ENTC 1124
3 Milestone Course
CITC 1320
A+ Hardware & Software
Semester Credits   9  


To stay on track, these courses must be taken in order.




General Advising Notes

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This program is not designed to transfer.

General Advising Notes

These courses are embedded within Computer Engineering Technology AAS except for ENTC 1124 & ENTC 1114.

  • - ENTC 1124 may be substituted in the TC with any higher-level math course, such as MATH 1740.
  • - ENTC 1114 can be substituted in the TC with EETC 1313 or EETC 1314.
  • - There is a technical elective in the Computer Engineering Technology AAS that either of these courses will satisfy.
  • - Learning support courses are not required for this certificate. However, if pursuing the CENT AAS degree simultaneously, see Helpful Hints below.

Students pursuing an AAS degree are encouraged to take the ACCUplacer college placement test after completing ENTC 1124, thereby better preparing for math placement exam.

Milestone Courses

Based on prior students’ experience, students who do well in these courses are more likely to graduate on time in this program.

CENT1320 Programming for
EETC1331 Digital Fund

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