This program has been designed to prepare the graduate for a career in a broad spectrum of computer and electronics engineering technology roles. The curriculum is composed of a sequence of lecture and laboratory courses that have been chosen to provide both the theoretical foundation and the application experiences essential to industrial practice in a wide range of electrical disciplines, including electronics (circuits and devices), computers (hardware and software), power, and telecommunications.
Students receive instruction in mathematics, oral and written communication skills, programming, and computer applications. Additional courses provide an in-depth study of digital and analog systems found in networks, communications, computers, and machines.
Robert J. Crawford
Associate Professor, Microcomputer Systems Technology
540-857-7378 | Webber 112
A.A.S. - Virginia Western Community College, 1973
B.S. - VPI & SU, 1983
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