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Raymond Tang
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I’ve been interested in computers since early high school and am now here at City Tech to learn computer engineering. Ideally, I would eventually pursue a doctorate degree in computer engineering, computer science, or electrical engineering. Recently I’ve done two internships, one for the Department of Education and one for Business Integrity Commission; both which are NYC agencies. The field is very vast and I have yet to decide what part of computer engineering I would like to specialize in.

My Courses

ENG2000 Perspectives, F2013

ENG2000 Perspectives, F2013

As you can see from the College’s description of this course, Perspectives in Literature is “A study of human values in the literature of Western Culture. Readings are organized around the great themes of literature and life, family life, man, woman, and nature of evil, the individual and society, skepticism and faith.” This semester, we’ll explore these themes as they appear in various genres of American and British literature. We will encounter controversial social issues and questions that hounded authors for centuries; through novels, short stories, poetry, a play, and a graphic novel, we’ll examine how people have answered (or not) some of literature’s most persistent questions about science, power, art, love, war, peace, and existence. I expect you to participate in class to show that you understand the assigned readings and can analyze them on multiple levels. We will use the elements of fiction (plot, setting, point of view, characterization, theme, and style) to analyze assigned readings. We’ll also discuss various genres and engage in comparative analysis. You’ll be expected to use these skills in formal writing assignments and exams. Please refer to the Outcomes Assessment handout for a full explanation of these goals, since they are key to our class and to each of our assignments

CET4711 Computer-Controlled System Design I

CET4711 Computer-Controlled System Design I

The capstone course introduces students to the concepts of computer controlled system design and project management. The course focuses in the application of electric circuits, computer programming, software applications, analog and digital electronics, microcomputers and microcontrollers, networks, and engineering standards to the designing, building, testing, operation, and maintenance of computer systems and associated software systems.

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