With advances in technology, demand for computer engineering specialists is high. The Department of Computer Technology and Information Systems has designed its curriculum to equip students with hands-on experience as well as the knowledge and background gained from a software-concentrated education. Graduates enter the employment market with strong skills in technology, analytics, communication, and business. The program follows an applied approach and requires weekly laboratory hours, which constitute almost one-third of total credit hours. Internship programs and a semester-long industrial training project further enhance the curriculum.
New superchip to make PCs 100 times faster Researchers have developed a technology that could enable our computers — and all optic communication devices — to run 100 times faster through terahertz microchips. Many people confuse a Computer Science Degree with a Degree in Information Technology. Knowing the difference will help you better choose a career. Welcome to Central Maine Community College, where we … Read moreRead More →