Computer Maintenance Technology

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The Lee College Com­puter Mainten­ance Tech­nology Pro­gram is de­signed to pre­pare stu­dents for en­try-level employ­ment into compu­ter as­soci­ated elec­tron­ic careers.

The cur­ricu­lum is de­signed to pro­vide stu­dents with a firm founda­tion in elec­tron­ics fund­amen­tals and a back­ground in digi­tal sys­tems. Both a certi­fi­cate of comple­tion and an as­soci­ate of ap­plied sci­ence de­gree are avail­able.

What Will I Learn?

Upon successful completion of all Computer Maintenance Technology certificate program graduates will be able to:

  • Differentiate and understand the role and function of various current and emerging technologies, including, but not limited to, computer hardware and networking.
  • Describe basic computer organization and the relationship between hardware components and the operating system.
  • Differentiate and apply the basic technologies used in local- and wide-area networks.
  • Demonstrate skills in installation, configuration, maintenance, troubleshooting, and upgrade of computer operating systems at both the workstation and server levels.
  • Demonstrate competency in installing, repairing, servicing, troubleshooting, and upgrading computers and peripheral equipment from the PC technician’s point of view.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in installation, maintenance, upgrade, and troubleshooting of computer operating systems from the PC technician’s point of view.
What Can I Do with This Course of Study?
AAS: Computer Maintenance and Networking
MT1: Certificate of Completion — Computer Maintenance Technology
NET1: Certificate of Completion — Network Maintenance Technology