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Learn to Build, Upgrade and Repair your own Computer Become a Computer Technician Get A+ Certified Get a College Credit Certificate as a: Computer Installer/Repairer Computer Specialist Network Systems Developer Earn an Associate in Science Degree The School of Technology and Engineering at Miami Dade College offers a program of courses designed to train students in the science of computer repair. These hands-on classes are given in fully equipped computer laboratories with a wide range of computers and system components. Courses may be taken as college credit or vocational courses. The Program takes students from the novice level to advanced technician status and assists them in the preparation for the following Computer Technology Industry certifications: A+ Certification Network+ Certification Advanced students working on their Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE) Certifications will discover that training in the hardware aspects of computers and networks is extremely valuable in the development of their computer skills. A+ and Network+ certifications are essential career enhancements for every computer and Information Technology professional.

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SCHOOL OF COMPUTERS
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ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES

Computer Repair Training
For information see: http://scet.mdc.edu/engineering John Chin WOLFSON CAMPUS (305) 237-3386 Cathleen Knauff HOMESTEAD CAMPUS (305) 237-5076 James Smith INTER AMERICAN CAMPUS (305) 237-6183 Jeff Miller KENDALL CAMPUS (305) 237-0962 Michael Bisnett NORTH CAMPUS (305) 237-8464

COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
College Certificates
COMPUTER INSTALLER/REPAIRER
Program Code 66032 15 Credits CET1171 Microcomputer Service & Maintenance 1 CET1172C Microcomputer Service & Maintenance 2 CET2176C Microcomputer Service & Maintenance 3 CET1173C Microcomputer Networking & Maintenance 1 EET1082 Introduction to Electronics

Course Descriptions . . .
Microcomputer Service & Maintenance 1 (CET1171 / EEV0851) This course is designed for students beginning the computer technician program for A+ Certification, as well as for every computer user who needs a basic understanding of computer hardware. Hands on classes focus on how computers work; disassembling, identifying, configuring and assembling the basic computer; installing Windows and using the command line; solving common problems; and performing basic hardware upgrades, repairs and system maintenance. 3 Credits. Microcomputer Service & Maintenance 2 (CET1172C / EEV0852) The continuation of the computer technician training program with emphasis on the configuration of computer memory, and system resources such as IRQ channels, I/O ports and DMA settings during the installation of hardware components. Students will assemble multimedia computers with CD-ROM drives, sound cards, pointing devices, and network cards; perform system upgrades; install device drivers; configure Windows devices; develop memory management skills; correct system errors; and perform system hardware diagnostics. 3 Credits. Prerequisite: CET1171 or EEV0851 Microcomputer Service & Maintenance 3 (CET2176C / EEV0700) This advanced course is intended to develop the student’s technical skills with Windows-based computers and covers the installation, configuration and troubleshooting of SCSI adapters and devices, printers, removable storage and backup devices; development of system building skills and pre-installation of Windows; use of advanced diagnostic tools and comprehensive hardware troubleshooting techniques; Internet access; component documentation; and technical support and service. 3 Credits. Prerequisite: CET1172C or EEV0852 Microcomputer Networking & Maintenance 1 (CET1173C / EEV0701) A beginning course in the construction, installation, configuration and connection of Windows network servers and workstations. Students will learn how to install network interface cards, construct network cables and connectors, install network hubs and other network devices, prepare the TCP/IP client, and set up Windows 2000 Professional. This is the first of two hardware-intensive courses for students training for the Network+ Certification. 3 credits. Prerequisite: CET1172C or EEV0852 Introduction to Electronics (EET1082 / EEV0821) Learn electronics by constructing practical electronic circuits. This survey course is suitable for both majors and non-majors and provides coverage of fundamental electronic concepts, including schematics, pictorials, amplifiers, oscillators, power supplies, radios, logic systems, digital circuits. 3 Credits. A+ Certification Review (CET2930 / EEV0538) A comprehensive review course designed to prepare the trained technician for the new A+ Certification Examination. This advanced course is designed to review and reinforce the student's technical knowledge acquired in previous courses or through on-the-job training. This is a lecture-only course. 3 Credits. Prerequisite: CET1172C or EEV0852

Program Code 66033 27 Credits The above Certificate courses plus: CET2114C Digital Computer Circuit Analysis 1 CET2123C Microprocessors EET1015C Direct Current Circuits

COMPUTER SPECIALIST

NETWORK SYSTEMS DEVELOPER
Program Code 66034 41 Credits The above Certificate courses plus: CET 2142C Computers 2 EET2351 Fundamentals of Digital & Data Communications MAC1105 College Algebra MTB1322 Technical Mathematics 2 — Call Jeff Miller: (305) 237-0962 for more information about the

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE
Program No. 26052