Microcomputer Hardware Technologies
The evaluation, selection, installation, maintenance, configuration, upgrading, interconnection, assembly, care, environment, and troubleshooting of microcomputers and auxiliary equipment are covered. This course does not produce computer repairers, but provides the practical knowledge about computer hardware needed by the microcomputer specialist. Also emphasized is the architecture of current microcomputers. The course includes number systems and coding schemes used in computers and an introduction to assembly language programming.