The Engineering, Technology and Computer Science department offers a range of degrees covering CAD, Computer Networking, Computer Science, Internet Programming, Engineering, Manufacturing and Technology.
The Computer Network Technology degree prepares students for transfer to institutions granting bachelor’s degrees or direct entry into the workforce as a network/system administrator.
The Computer Hardware Technology degree emphasizes computer hardware and electronics. The degree also contains technical electives which allow the student to pursue a secondary interest in either programming or network and system administration. The degree is meant to prepare students for direct entry into the workforce.
Students with a definite interest in networking/system administration are advised to major in Computer Networking, and students with a definite interest in programming are advised to major in either Computer Science or Internet Programming.
Degree Programs – View the Program Curriculum
- Computer Network Technology, A.S.
- Computer Hardware Technology, A.S.
- Internet Programming Technology, A.S.
- Computer Sciences Studies: CSCU Pathway Transfer, A.A.
Certificate Programs – View the Program Curriculum
In Fall 2018, MCC will offer National Science Foundation Scholarships to qualified students enrolled in computer science, mathematics and physics programs.
These scholarships give academically talented, but financially needy, students the opportunity to complete an undergraduate degree in any of those programs. In addition to financial aid and academic and research opportunities, students receive additional benefits including mentoring, tutoring, invitations to social events, internships and assistance with job placement.
Scholarships provided through this program will pay up to $6,500 per year for up to two years. Students must be enrolled full time.
Please visit www.ccsu.edu/csmp/ for the most up-to-date and complete information about the CSMP scholarship program.
Richard Gnall, Professor
Co-Chair, Engineering, Technology and Computer Science Department