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Interested in a job in the Computer and Networking Technology field?

Learn current technology in either a Desktop or Networking track that prepare you for certifications in Cisco (CCNA, CCNP, VoIP, Security), CompTIA (A+), or Microsoft (MCSA, MCITP). Earn an Associate in Applied Science Degree. Learn more about Computer and Networking Technology

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Interested in an Engineering Transfer Degree?

Take the first two years of a Bachelor in Science in Engineering at CCRI and then transfer to URI or another ABET certified institutions. CCRI offers 9 different tracks(Biomedical, Chemical, Chem-Biology, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical, Ocean) that transfer. Earn an Associate in Science Degree. Learn more about Engineering Transfer Degrees

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What is Engineering Systems Technology?

This is an Associate in Science degree with four areas of concentration. You can choose from Electrical, Mechanical, Energy Utility, or Manufacturing. Learn more about Engineering Systems Technology

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What is Advanced Manufacturing Technology?

Today the design of almost all products and components is accomplished with the use computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) programs. The manufacturing process utilizes computer to control all aspects of subtractive and additive manufacturing (3D printing). Computer numerical control (CNC) machining is at the heart of advanced manufacturing and the production of complex components accurately and efficiently. Advanced manufacturing also uses computers to control the supply of materials, the inspection, the quality assurance and distribution of finished products. Learn more about Advanced Manufacturing Technology

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Last Updated: 10/31/16