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.
Graduates of this program may be employed as computer support specialists, field service representatives, research and laboratory technicians, and frequently as computer and networking engineers. Some of the work tasks may include technical assistance, support, design, and testing of computers and network systems.
Actual work settings depend on the type of work of specialty of the technician or computer engineer. Job opportunities exist in manufacturing companies, public utilities, business and engineering consulting firms, and government agencies.
Normal pay for Maintenance and Repair Workers, General is $35,285 per year as of Oct. 2015. That is about $2,940 per month, or $16.96 per hour. New workers generally start around $21,057, while highly experienced workers can earn as much as $58,264. More details.