Computer Engineering Technology Concentration | Kent State University

Computer Engineering Technology Concentration

The Bachelor of Science in Applied Engineering, Computer Engineering Technology (CET) concentration is an in-depth, hands-on curriculum students study the design of wireless network systems, telecommunications systems, networking hardware and computer hardware architecture and engineering technologies. This program is ATMAE accredited.

photo 2017 Juniper OS Bootcamp speaker and attendees
Photo: How did you spend your Spring Break? These students attended a free week-long Juniper Bootcamp! March 2017. Kent State University is part of the Juniper Networks Academic Alliance.

Study Outcomes

Upon program completion, successful graduates will acquire the knowledge, skills, and experience required to do the following:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of digital data communications to include communications methods and standards/protocols, LAN and WAN systems, and wireless network communications.
  2. Design, develop, build, and implement computer and network systems, Install and configure computer and network systems hardware and software
  3. Manage/administer network systems using network management tools
  4. Conceptualize and develop requirements engineering specifications for practical systems

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