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The primary objective of the Internet of Things concentration (IoT) is to prepare individuals for employment in the field of computer science as an entry-level IoT technician. With the acquired skills and knowledge gained, the student will learn how to implement sensors, microcontrollers, with cloud-based storage, learn how to program embedded devices with serious consideration on security. Students will also develop strong critical-thinking skills and will learn by doing within a hands-on lab environment.
Accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) will be pursued in 2024.
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