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Bookkeeper

Accounting Technology

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The Accounting Technology Associate in Science degree prepares graduates for careers in a wide range of fields in business, financial and governmental organizations such as accounts receivable or payable, bookkeeping, credit and collections, auditing and payroll.

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Accounting Technology

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The Accounting Technology Associate in Science degree prepares graduates for careers in a wide range of fields in business, financial and governmental organizations such as accounts receivable or payable, bookkeeping, credit and collections, auditing and payroll.

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Office Manager

Business Administration

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The two year Business Administration Associate in Science degree is designed to prepare graduates for positions in a wide range of organizations. Fundamentals of marketing, accounting, finance, law, management and technology are emphasized. Courses for the Business Administration program and its associated, shorter term college credit certificate programs are offered at all EFSC campuses as well as through Online Learning.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Sonographer

Adult Cardiac Sonography, Advanced Technical Certificate

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The Adult Cardiac Sonography program allows registered Sonography professionals to expand their skills and leads to an Advanced Technical Certificate from Eastern Florida State College. As the adult population ages, the need for doctors to diagnose and treat heart-related issues is increasing, leading to a rising demand for cardiac sonographers.

Classroom and hands-on clinical experience are both key parts of the program, with local hospitals, diagnostic centers and clinics serving as clinical education settings for the certificate. Job opportunities include working in hospitals, emergency clinics, medical clinics and physician’s offices.

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Diagnostic Medical Sonography, A.S.

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The program prepares graduates to work in Diagnostic Medical Sonography. The Diagnostic Medical Sonographer is a highly skilled individual qualified by academic and clinical experience to provide diagnostic patient services using ultrasound and related diagnostic techniques and is responsible for producing the best diagnostic information possible with the available resources. Diagnostic Medical Sonographer's acquire and evaluate data, while exercising discretion and judgment in performance of the clinical examination.

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Vascular Sonography, Advanced Technical Certificate

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This 12-week program in Vascular Sonography allows registered sonography professionals to expand their skills and leads to an Advanced Technology Certificate from Eastern Florida State College. Vascular technologists provide diagnostic patient care services using ultrasound and related diagnostic procedures regarding blood vessels. These healthcare professionals are highly-skilled in the use of specialized equipment to create images of structures inside the human body, which physicians use to make a medical diagnosis. Classroom and hands-on clinical experience are both key parts of the program, with local hospitals, diagnostic centers and clinics serving as clinical education settings for the certificate. Vascular Sonography is a limited access program with a specialized application process. For more information on the program and application process contact a Health Sciences advisor at 321-433-7575.

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Cardiovascular Technician

Adult Cardiac Sonography, Advanced Technical Certificate

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The Adult Cardiac Sonography program allows registered Sonography professionals to expand their skills and leads to an Advanced Technical Certificate from Eastern Florida State College. As the adult population ages, the need for doctors to diagnose and treat heart-related issues is increasing, leading to a rising demand for cardiac sonographers.

Classroom and hands-on clinical experience are both key parts of the program, with local hospitals, diagnostic centers and clinics serving as clinical education settings for the certificate. Job opportunities include working in hospitals, emergency clinics, medical clinics and physician’s offices.

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Surgical Technologist

Central Sterile Processing Technologist College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Surgical Services AS degree program.

The responsibility of a sterile processing technician involves keeping the medical facility as sterile as possible by sterilizing equipment, instruments and other needed devices.

High School diploma or GED required. Interested students should call (321) 433-7575 or visit the Health Sciences website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information.

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Surgical Technology Services, A.S.

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The Surgical Technologist works with the surgeon, anesthesiologist or anesthetist, and professional registered nurse as a member of the direct patient care team during surgery. The surgical technologist assists by preparing and handling supplies and equipment to maintain a safe and therapeutic environment for the patient through specific techniques and practices designed to exclude all pathogenic microorganisms from the operative wound. High School diploma or GED required.

Admission to the Surgical Technology Services program is limited. Interested students should call (321) 433-7575 or visit the Health Sciences website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information. Upon successful completion of the Surgical Technology Services program, the student is qualified to make application to the National Certification Examination for Surgical Technologists.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene, A.S.

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This program prepares students for careers as dental hygienists. Dental hygienists focus on preventing and treating oral diseases - both to protect teeth and gums and also to protect patients' total health. The primary career setting is private dental practice; however, careers in public health sales, management and education are available. Graduates are prepared for national, state, or regional board exams required for a license to practice. Graduates are eligible to receive certification in expanded functions recognized by the Florida Board of Dentistry.

The dental hygienist is a licensed preventive oral health professional who provides education, clinical, and therapeutic services to the public. In order to become prepared to perform these services, the dental hygienist requires an extensive educational background. Dental hygiene courses include oral health education and preventive counseling, patient management, clinical dental hygiene, community dental heath, ethical aspects of dental hygiene practice and the dental sciences.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Advanced, A.S.

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A Medical Assistant works under the direct supervision of a licensed physician and is a highly skilled, unique, and versatile part of the healthcare delivery team. This program prepares students as significant members of the healthcare team with the specific roles of managing and maintaining the office, to treating and examining patients, and assisting the physician. Classroom theory and clinical practice prepares the student for capabilities that range from general front office transcription, managerial and supervisory functions. Clinical performance includes non-intravenous injections, phlebotomy, diagnostic testing, surgical technique and assisting, pharmaceutical principles, and administration of medication. Specialty areas are medical law and ethics, coding and billing, radiology, and EKG. This program includes general education courses which build a strong foundation for the sciences, mathematics, and communications as well as specialty courses that assist with leadership and health information management.

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Medical Assistant Specialist College Credit Certificate

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A Medical Assistant works under the direct supervision of a licensed physician and is a highly skilled, unique, and versatile part of the health care delivery team. This certificate program prepares students as significant members of the health care team with the specific roles of physical management and maintenance of the office, to treatment and examination of patients, and assisting the physician. Classroom theory and clinical practice prepares the student for capabilities that range from general front office transcription, managerial and supervisory functions. Clinical performance includes non-intravenous injections, phlebotomy, diagnostic testing, surgical technique and assisting, pharmaceutical principles, and administration of medication. Specialty areas are medical law and ethics, coding and billing, radiology, and EKG.

A student can enter the program at the beginning of the spring, summer, or fall semesters. Interested students should call (321) 433-7575 or visit the Health Sciences website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information.

During the course work, students are prepared to apply and sit for the National AMT Certification test which recognizes the Registered Medical Assistant.

Upon completion of the program, students receive a certificate in Introduction to Electrocardiography, CPR, AIDS, Phlebotomy, Injections, and the College Credit Certificate as a Medical Assistant Specialist.

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Phlebotomist

Medical Assistant Specialist College Credit Certificate

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A Medical Assistant works under the direct supervision of a licensed physician and is a highly skilled, unique, and versatile part of the health care delivery team. This certificate program prepares students as significant members of the health care team with the specific roles of physical management and maintenance of the office, to treatment and examination of patients, and assisting the physician. Classroom theory and clinical practice prepares the student for capabilities that range from general front office transcription, managerial and supervisory functions. Clinical performance includes non-intravenous injections, phlebotomy, diagnostic testing, surgical technique and assisting, pharmaceutical principles, and administration of medication. Specialty areas are medical law and ethics, coding and billing, radiology, and EKG.

A student can enter the program at the beginning of the spring, summer, or fall semesters. Interested students should call (321) 433-7575 or visit the Health Sciences website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information.

During the course work, students are prepared to apply and sit for the National AMT Certification test which recognizes the Registered Medical Assistant.

Upon completion of the program, students receive a certificate in Introduction to Electrocardiography, CPR, AIDS, Phlebotomy, Injections, and the College Credit Certificate as a Medical Assistant Specialist.

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Phlebotomy Career and Technical Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment as a phlebotomist in lab and hospital settings in 16 weeks. The program consists of a 6-week minimester course with lab, followed by a 10-week supervised hospital experience consisting of 100 hours. Upon completion of the program, students are eligible to take a national certification exam.

Admission to the Phlebotomy program is limited. Interested students should call (321) 433-7575 or visit the Health Sciences website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Information Coder/Biller College Credit Certificate

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This college credit certificate program prepares the student for entry level employment as a medical coder and/or biller in ambulatory/physician office/hospital outpatient settings. Medical Information/Medical Record Coding is the transformation of verbal descriptions of disease, injury and procedures into numerical designations. Universally recognized coding systems provide information for reimbursement of healthcare claims, medical statistics and research.

The Medical Coder/Biller is an integral member of the professional healthcare team and this program offers individuals the opportunity to pursue a business-related career that is an essential part of the healthcare industry. Medical Coder/Billers are detail-oriented, analytical and have exemplary organizational skills. If a career combining medicine and information technology appeals to you, our program is a proven training ground for success.

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Medical Office Management College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program is comprised of selected courses that may apply to the Office Administration program. It is designed to provide the student with the fundamentals in computer applications, mathematics, and business communications that will be valuable to the student planning to work in a medical office environment. The program is also designed to assist in training or retraining of existing employees that are changing roles or positions.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Tech, A.S.

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This program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS), 5600 N. River Road, Suite 720, Rosemont, IL 60018 - (773) 714-8880.

Upon completion of the program, the student will be able to take the examination for national certification and is eligible for state license as required by the Florida Clinical Laboratory Law.

Admission to the Medical Laboratory Technology program is limited. Admission requirements for the program can be found online or by contacting the Health Sciences Department at 321-433-7575.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Patient Care Assistant Career and Technical Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to prepare students for employment as Patient Care Assistants, Nursing Assistants, and Home Health Aides. It also offers supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in any of these occupations who have the prerequisite course work. Classroom, laboratory, and clinical instruction prepare the student to function as a member of the healthcare team in varied settings and roles. Upon completion of the program, the student will receive a Career and Technical Certificate in Patient Care Assistant. Certificates for Articulated Nursing Assistant, Advanced Home Health Aide, HIV/AIDS, First Aid, Domestic Violence, and BLS/CPR will be given upon completion of these modules. During course work the student is prepared for the Florida Nursing Assistant Certification Exam.

Interested students should call (321) 433-7575 or visit the Health Sciences website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A.S.

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This program prepares the qualified student for employment as a Physical Therapist Assistant.

Graduation from a physical therapist assistant education program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), is necessary for eligibility to sit for the licensure examination, which is required in all states. Admission to the Physical Therapist Assistant program is limited. Interested students should call (321) 433-7575 or visit the Health Sciences website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information.

The Physical Therapist Assistant program at Eastern Florida State College is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), 1111 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314; telephone: 703-706-3245; email accreditation@apta.org; website: http://wwwcapteonline.org. If needing to contact the program/institution directly, please call 321-433-7115 or email schroederk@easternflorida.edu.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Career and Technical Certificate

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This certificate program prepares the student to apply for licensure as a practical nurse. Employment opportunities are available in long-term care facilities, hospitals, doctors' offices, and health maintenance organizations. Upon successful completion of the Basic Healthcare Worker and Basic Nursing Skills courses, the student is eligible to apply for the State of Florida CNA exam for certification as a nursing assistant. Upon successful completion of the practical nursing program, the student may apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN).

Admission to the Practical Nursing program is limited. Interested students should call (321) 433-7575 or visit the Institute of Nursing website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information.

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Radiology Technician

Radiography, A.S.

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This program prepares the qualified student for employment as a technologist in diagnostic radiography. Graduates will be eligible to sit for the national certifying examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

Admission to the Radiography program is limited. Interested students should call (321) 433-7575 or visit the Health Sciences website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care , A.S.

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The program prepares graduates to work in Respiratory Care. Respiratory Care is a specialty dealing with the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of patients with cardiorespiratory diseases. The degree satisfies the requirements established by the National Board of Respiratory Care and qualifies the graduate as a candidate for the national registry examination. Graduates may apply for state licensure upon completion of the program.

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Assisting College Credit Certificate

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This is a one-year certificate program available as either a full-time offering or as part of the Veterinary Nursing AS program. The program aligns with National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) recommendations for accreditation of Veterinary Assistant programs. Students will complete a task-oriented curriculum focused on skills required for assisting veterinary technicians and veterinarians in clinical practice and includes hands-on and clinical experiences under the guidance of veterinary and veterinary technician faculty.

Completion of the certificate program will serve as an acceleration mechanism for the Veterinary Nursing AS program at EFSC. Admission to both programs is limited.

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Public Service Industry

Social Services Assistant

Aging Services, College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Social and Human Services A.S. degree program.

An Aging Services Specialist works under the direct supervision of social workers, psychologists, sociologists, and other professionals.

This College Credit Certificate Program is designed to be the first educational step to a professional career in Social and Human Services with an emphasis in the area of aging. It will provide credit course work for those employed in human service agencies as well supplemental education for those already working in the field. It will provide credit course work for those employed in aging service occupations as well as those who seek to enter the profession without experience.

This certificate program provides academic coursework specifically related to issues with aging as well as a three-credit practicum where students gain fieldwork experience. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associates Degree (A.S.) in Social and Human Services.

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Domestic Violence Services College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Social and Human Services A.S. degree program.

A Domestic Violence Services Specialist works under the direct supervision of social workers, psychologists, sociologists, and other professionals. This College Credit Certificate Program is designed to be the first educational step to a professional career in Social and Human Services with an emphasis in the area of domestic violence. It will provide credit course work for those employed in human service agencies as well supplemental education for those already working in the field. It will provide credit course work for those employed in domestic violence service occupations as well as those who seek to enter the profession without experience.

This certificate program provides academic coursework specifically related to issues in domestic violence as well as a three-credit practicum where students gain fieldwork experience. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associates Degree (A.S.) in Social and Human Services.

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Social and Human Services, A.S.

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The social and human services field focuses on improving the lives of others, under the supervision of social workers, psychologists, sociologists, and other professionals, human services providers work to ease and prevent problems caused by poverty, inadequate housing, unemployment, domestic violence, and illness. These professionals work with people in family settings, group settings, and as individuals, primarily providing counseling and life skills lessons.

Graduates of this program may choose to work in staff positions at hospitals, mental health clinics, residential facilities, and community service agencies, or continue on to a human services bachelor degree program or related field such as social work, psychology, gerontology, etc. Students who wish to transfer to a university should work with an advisor to choose the appropriate technical electives for transfer

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Police Officer

Auxiliary Law Enforcement Officer Career and Technical Certificate

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This certificate program provides the student with minimum standards training to become a Law Enforcement Auxiliary Officer. Auxiliary officers work with police or sheriff agencies and provide assistance to certified officers and law enforcement agency staff. Applicants must successfully complete the basic abilities test (BAT) for Law Enforcement.

For testing information (BAT) contact Brevard Police Testing Center at (321) 433-5638. For applications and program inquiries, contact the program coordinator (321) 433-5075. Training is conducted at the Melbourne Campus, Public Safety Institute, Criminal Justice Center, Building 8.

Entrance Requirements:

Applicant must have a high school diploma or equivalent
Applicant must be at least 19 years of age
Applicant must be a citizen of the United States
Applicant must not have been convicted of any felony offenses or any misdemeanor offenses involving perjury, false statements or domestic violence
Applicant must pass a physical examination and drug screening
Applicant must be of good moral character
Applicant must satisfy the requirements of a criminal history background check
Applicant must not have been dishonorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States

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Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Criminal Justice A.S. degree program.

The certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the field of criminal justice and expand the skills of those practitioners already working in the field. Individuals considering enrollment must have excellent written and oral communication skills and reading and critical thinking skills. Basic computer skills, including keyboarding, are strongly recommended prior to enrollment.

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Criminal Justice Technology, A.S.

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This program is designed for students interested in broadening their knowledge of criminal justice and for field professionals seeking incentive benefits, career enhancement, or to increase their on-the-job competence. Many of the credits earned may be transferable to a baccalaureate degree program.

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Crossover from Correctional Officer to Law Enforcement Officer Career and Technical Certificate

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This program provides minimum standards training for Certified Corrections Officers who wish to become certified or hold dual certification as a Law Enforcement Officer. Applicants must pass the Basic Abilities Test (BAT) for Law Enforcement for entrance into this program

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Law Enforcement Officer Career and Technical Certificate

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This certificate program meets minimum education standards for law enforcement officers as required by Florida Statutes. The Law Enforcement Officer program is a highly structured and disciplined program with specific standards, procedures, and regulations. Law Enforcement Officers provide for the protection and safety of the community through prevention and control of crime, enforcing the laws, maintaining civil order, regulating traffic, and providing emergency services. The program curriculum prepares the student to sit for the State Examination administered by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

For applications, testing information, and program inquiries contact the Brevard Police Testing Center (321) 433-5638. Training is conducted at the Melbourne Campus. Day and evening programs are available.

Entrance Requirements:

Applicants must take and pass the Basic Abilities Test (BAT) for Law Enforcement Officers prior to program entrance.
Applicants must be at least 19 years old to sit for the State Examination.
Applicant must be a citizen of the United States.
Applicant must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
Applicant must not have been dishonorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States.
Applicant must not have been convicted of any felony offenses or of a misdemeanor offense involving perjury or false statement. Any person who, after July 1, 1981, pleads guilty or nolo contendere to, or is found guilty of a felony or misdemeanor involving perjury or false statement shall not be eligible for employment or appointment as an officer.
Satisfy the requirements of a criminal history background check.
Be of good moral character.
Applicant must have a physical exam prior to program entry and pass a drug screening.
Applicant must possess a valid Driver's License.

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Preschool Teacher

Child Care Center Management College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Early Childhood Education A.S. degree program.

The certificate program consists of coursework in leadership, administration, educational programming and financial issues associated with managing a quality child care program. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Early Childhood Development Certificate and the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Early Childhood Education.

View background screening and licensure requirements at www.dcf.state.fl.us/programs/childcare.

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Early Childhood Development College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Early Childhood Education A.S. degree program.

The certificate program offers a planned sequence of courses leading to the Early Childhood Development Certificate. This certificate is for persons interested in becoming paraprofessionals in the school system working with infants and pre-kindergarten children with disabilities and their families. Additionally, this program of study will prepare staff in early care and education centers to provide a developmentally appropriate program for infants, toddlers, and children with special needs.

This program includes the coursework to earn the state-approved Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC- formerly CDAE) with the completion of EEC 1200 Early Childhood Curriculum, EEC 1601 Assessment in Early Childhood Education, EEC 1942 Early Childhood Practicum, EEC 2251 Developing Curriculum for Infant and Toddlers, and EEC 2710 Conflict Resolution in Early Childhood. If pursuing this credential, students should enroll in these courses first.

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Early Childhood Education, A.S.

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This degree program prepares students to work as infant/toddler teachers, preschool teachers, child development curriculum coordinators, and child development center directors in both private and public child development programs. Students who complete this degree should be able to transfer several courses into the Early Childhood BS degree at most state colleges and universities. Students are now able to transfer from EFSC's Early Childhood Education A.S. into the Early Childhood Education B.S. degree at Florida State College at Jacksonville.

This program includes the coursework to earn the state-approved Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC-formerly CDAE) with the completion of EEC 1200 Early Childhood Curriculum, EEC 1601 Assessment in Early Childhood Education, EEC 1942 Early Childhood Practicum, EEC 2251 Developing Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers, and EEC 2710 Conflict Resolution in Early Childhood Education. If pursuing this credential, students should enroll in these courses first.

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Infant/Toddler Specialization College Credit Certificate

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This certificate has the following associate College Credit Certificate:

Early Childhood Development
The certificate program consists of coursework in curriculum, environments and areas of child development associated with infants, toddlers and preschool children.

This program includes the coursework to earn the state-approved Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC-formerly CDAE) with completion of EEC 1200 Early Childhood Curriculum, EEC 1942 Early Childhood Practicum, EEC 2251 Developing Curriculum for Infant and Toddlers, and EEC 2710 Conflict Resolution in Early Childhood Education.

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Preschool Specialization College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Early Childhood Education A.S. degree program.

This certificate program consists of coursework in curriculum, environments, and areas of child development associated with preschool aged children and infants and toddlers.

This program includes coursework to earn the state-approved Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC - formerly CDAE) with the completion of EEC 1200 Early Childhood Curriculum, EEC 1601 Assessment in Early Childhood Education, EEC 1942 Early Childhood Practicum, and EEC 2710 Conflict Resolution in Early Childhood Education.

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Correctional Officer

Correctional Officer Career and Technical Certificate

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This certificate program meets minimum education standards for correctional officers as required by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC). Correctional Officers are employed by state correctional institutions, city or county jails, and other correctional facilities that provide secure inmate supervision. Correctional Officers are responsible for providing care, custody, and control of inmates housed in these facilities. The Correctional Officer, Florida CMS program provides the student with an overview of the correctional system as well as basic correctional skills and procedures. This program will prepare the student to sit for the State Examination administered by FDLE. Individuals must be at least 19 years of age to sit for the State Exam.

Admission to the Correctional Officer program is limited by Special Application and testing. For information on how to apply for this program contact the Public Safety Institute at (321) 433-5635. For testing information (Basic Abilities Test, BAT) contact the Brevard Police Testing and Selection Center at (321) 433-5638. This program is offered at the Melbourne Campus Public Safety Institute.

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Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Criminal Justice A.S. degree program.

The certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the field of criminal justice and expand the skills of those practitioners already working in the field. Individuals considering enrollment must have excellent written and oral communication skills and reading and critical thinking skills. Basic computer skills, including keyboarding, are strongly recommended prior to enrollment.

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Criminal Justice Technology, A.S.

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This program is designed for students interested in broadening their knowledge of criminal justice and for field professionals seeking incentive benefits, career enhancement, or to increase their on-the-job competence. Many of the credits earned may be transferable to a baccalaureate degree program.

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Law Enforcement Crossover to Corrections Career and Technical Certificate

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This program provides minimum standards training for Certified Law Enforcement Officers who wish to become certified or hold dual certification as a Correctional Officer. Applicants must pass the Basic Abilities Test (BAT) for Corrections for entrance into this program.

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Criminal Investigator

Crime Scene Technician College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Crime Scene Technology A.S. degree program.

The certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the field of criminalistics. Positions include but are not limited to: Forensic Science Technician, Crime Scene Technician, Medical Examiner Investigator, Medical Investigator, Insurance Investigator, Legal Investigator, Forensic Paralegal, Crime Scene Investigator and Laboratory Technician. Crime scene technicians are employed by local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies, the State Attorney Offices, public defender offices, medical examiners, law firms, and private industry. Individuals considering enrollment must have excellent written and oral communication skills and reading and critical thinking skills. Basic computer skills, including keyboarding, are strongly recommended prior to enrollment.

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Crime Scene Technology, A.S.

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Crime scene technologists are employed by local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies, the State Attorney offices, public defender offices, medical examiners, law firms, and private industry. This program is designed to prepare an entry-level crime scene specialist to locate, identify, process, and preserve the crime scene as well as testify in court proceedings. This program is also appropriate for practicing law enforcement professionals who desire the opportunity to specialize and advance in the field of crime scene technology. Potential employment opportunities may be found as a crime scene technologist, crime scene photographer, fingerprint examiner and classification specialist, crime lab assistant, or crime scene unit supervisor.

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Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Development College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Early Childhood Education A.S. degree program.

The certificate program offers a planned sequence of courses leading to the Early Childhood Development Certificate. This certificate is for persons interested in becoming paraprofessionals in the school system working with infants and pre-kindergarten children with disabilities and their families. Additionally, this program of study will prepare staff in early care and education centers to provide a developmentally appropriate program for infants, toddlers, and children with special needs.

This program includes the coursework to earn the state-approved Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC- formerly CDAE) with the completion of EEC 1200 Early Childhood Curriculum, EEC 1601 Assessment in Early Childhood Education, EEC 1942 Early Childhood Practicum, EEC 2251 Developing Curriculum for Infant and Toddlers, and EEC 2710 Conflict Resolution in Early Childhood. If pursuing this credential, students should enroll in these courses first.

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Educational Assisting College Credit Certificate

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The Educational Assisting College Credit Certificate program at Eastern Florida State College is part of the Educational Technology Assistant Associate in Science degree. The certificate coursework also provides the common prerequisites for an education major at the bachelor's level. This certificate does not translate to a teaching certificate.

The content includes, but is not limited to, general education and philosophy; child growth and development theories; psychological and sociological aspects of teaching the disadvantaged and handicapped; concepts and values of diversity in the classroom; behavior analysis; education processes and theories of learning; school procedures; school resources; education clerical processes; test construction; interpretation, evaluation and grading; instructional delivery utilizing updated technology resources; leadership and human relations skills; and health and safety.

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Educational Tech. Assistant, A.S.

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This program prepares graduates for employment as educational paraprofessionals, classroom teaching assistants, instructional coordinators (SOC 25-9031), substitute teachers, and other positions that provide educational assistance in an instructional setting. It also provides supplemental training for those currently employed in these occupations.

This program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in the Education & Training career cluster; provides technical skill proficiency, and includes competency-based applied learning that contributes to the academic knowledge, higher-order reasoning and problem-solving skills, work attitudes, general employability skills, technical skills, and occupation-specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of the Education & Training career cluster.

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Preschool Specialization College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Early Childhood Education A.S. degree program.

This certificate program consists of coursework in curriculum, environments, and areas of child development associated with preschool aged children and infants and toddlers.

This program includes coursework to earn the state-approved Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC - formerly CDAE) with the completion of EEC 1200 Early Childhood Curriculum, EEC 1601 Assessment in Early Childhood Education, EEC 1942 Early Childhood Practicum, and EEC 2710 Conflict Resolution in Early Childhood Education.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services, A.S.

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This program includes credits earned in the EMT and Paramedic programs. Completers of this degree program are eligible for state licensing as an EMT and subsequently for state licensing as a paramedic. Graduates are qualified to work as basic or advanced providers in ambulances, hospital emergency rooms, intensive care units, and emergency helicopter transport agencies and may also qualify for management positions.

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Emergency Medical Tech - Basic, Applied Technology Diploma

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This ATD is part of the Emergency Medical Services AS degree program.

A one-semester college credit applied technology diploma program in pre-hospital emergency medical care designed for persons involved in rescue, emergency care of the sick or injured, and ambulance attendants. Upon successful completion, the student is eligible to take the National Registry examination.

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Paramedic College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Emergency Medical Services A.S. degree program.

This certificate program in pre-hospital advanced life support is specifically designed for current Florida Certified Emergency Medical Technicians who demonstrate proficiency in their current field work. Upon successful completion, the student is eligible to take the Florida Paramedic certification examination and/or National Registry Examinations.

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Firefighter

Fire Fighter I/II Career and Technical Certificate

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This certificate program prepares students for safe, dependable, and prompt performance of a fire fighter's tasks during emergencies and in the fire station. Students learn the tasks, duties, and responsibilities of fire fighting. Those who successfully complete the course and meet all Bureau of Fire Standards and Training BFST) requirements and testing receive state certification. Florida Statutes require this certification for employment in the fire service. High School diploma or GED required.

The first module (Part 1) concerns those subjects addressed in the NFPA 1001 Professional Qualifications Standard for Fire Fighter 1 and meets the BFST requirement for volunteer fire fighter. The second module (Part 2) addresses those subject areas in NFPA 1001 for Fire Fighter 2 and meets the BFST requirement for career fire fighter. To be eligible for enrollment, students must meet all state and Eastern Florida requirements which include but are not limited to:

State medical exam
Clear record of misdemeanors and felonies
Be of good moral character
Eastern Florida physical agility test

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Fire Science Technology, A.S.

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Students learn the theory of fire science as well as practical application. Courses are also utilized to qualify fire personnel for career advancement. Entrance recommendations: 1) High School graduate or academic equivalent 2) Interest and aptitude in the firefighting field 3) Florida Minimum Standards Certificate of Compliance. Credit may also be received for courses through credit by exam.

Students who possess a State of Florida Firefighter Minimum Standards Certificate of Compliance may request a credit for FFP 1000. Interested students should call (321) 433-5707 or visit the Fire Science website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Studies, A.S.

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The goal of this program is to educate, train and prepare students for a paralegal career. Our curriculum is carefully developed and emphasizes practical skills and knowledge in both substantive and procedural law that is designed to enhance the student's ability to succeed in the legal profession. During the semester-long internship, students will bridge the gap between classroom learning and real-world legal experience while gaining work-related references and networking opportunities to enhance marketability as a legal professional.

Paralegals work under the supervision of a licensed attorney. Paralegal duties may include legal research; drafting of memoranda, legal forms, and correspondence; client interviews, case investigation and witness interviews; case and practice management; as well as participation in trials. Paralegals work in traditional private law firms, agencies of the state and national government, offices for criminal prosecution and criminal defense, and the legal departments of corporations involved in banking, insurance, real estate, and technology.

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Construction Industry

HVAC Technician

Air Conditioning/HVAC Career and Technical Certificate

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This certificate program gives completers employment opportunities as paraprofessionals in installation, service, and repair by mechanical and refrigeration contractors, dealers, and related commercial businesses. Students will study basic refrigeration, electrical circuitry, load calculations, and residential systems.

Admission requirements for the program are available in MyEFSC under Career & Technical >Trades Application. Application is located on in Student Applications on left side of screen. Interested students should call (321) 433-5771 or visit the Career & Technical Programs website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information.

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Architectural Drafter

AutoCAD Foundations, College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Drafting and Design Technology A.S. program.

This certificate program teaches the skills needed to operate the hardware and software involving Computer Aided Drafting (CAD). Some of the topics covered include an emphasis on the 3D environment, wire frame and solids modeling, and land development drawings utilizing CAD. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Drafting and Design Technology.

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Drafting and Design Technology, A.S.

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This degree program provides competency in computer-aided drafting and design technology for students who desire employment in the design field upon graduation.

Technical drafters work in close association with engineers, designers, scientists, technical writers, production personnel, and salespersons to help design new products. Technical drafters translate ideas, sketches, calculations, and specifications into complete, accurate working drawings used by skilled craftspersons in the manufacture of products.

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Drafting College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Drafting and Design Technology A.S. degree program.

This certificate program prepares students for employment as a designer/draftsman. The program is designed to give the student a broad base of drafting instruction and its application into various design professions. The curriculum uses the latest technological information methodology and standards relating to drafting design and construction. Previous drafting experience or permission from an instructor are needed to pursue courses for this certificate. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Drafting and Design Technology.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Geographical Information Systems College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Computer Information Technology AS degree program.

This certificate program is designed to prepare students to acquire understanding of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), including concepts of spatial variables, scale, map projection, and map coordinate systems. Topics include displaying, managing, querying, symbolizing, and creating geospatial data. Students will learn the skills required to work on and/or build advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS)/ Remote Sensing (RS) projects.

Students currently employed in the GIS field can supplement and upgrade their skills through a variety of offerings in this Geographic Information Systems certificate that include courses that employ the latest in GIS methods and techniques. Some credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (AS) degree in Computer Information Technology.

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Metal Fabricator

Structural Assembly Technician College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program will prepare the student for entry-level employment in metal and composite material fabrication, assembly of metal or composite components into a final product, or to provide supplemental training for individuals previously or currently employed.

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Welder

Welding Technology Career and Technical Certificate

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This certificate program provides the theory and practical experience necessary in developing a basic foundation in the skill of welding. The successful completion of this program enables the student to enter the welding trade at the entry-level.

Job opportunities are unlimited for persons willing to apply themselves and learn the welding trade. Welding is a highly skilled and high paying trade that requires training and determination. The Eastern Florida welding program is designed to train students to become certified welders.

Admission requirements for the program are available in MyEFSC under Career & Technicial > Trades Application located in Student Applications on the left side of the screen. Interested students should call (321) 433-5771 or visit the Career & Technical Programs website at www.easternflorida.edu for more information.

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Manufacturing Industry

Industrial Engineering Technician

Alternative Energy Systems Specialist College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Engineering Technology AS degree program.

This certificate program will prepare students to meet the industry-specific skills needed for technicians in the new and emerging alternative and renewable energy fields, including occupational titles such as Electrical Technician, Industrial Engineering Technician, Solar Photovoltaic Installer and Solar Power Plant Technician, Solar Thermal Installer and Technician, Energy Auditor and Smart Grid Technician. This program also provides supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in occupations related to energy production, distribution and storage. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (AS) degree in Engineering Technology.

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Engineering Technology Support Specialist College Credit Certificate

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This certificate prepares students for initial employment with an occupational title such as Engineering Support Specialist or Engineering Specialist to support engineering design, manufacturing, processes and production, test and/or maintain product quality, or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in these occupational areas.

This certificate aligns with the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC). MSSC skill standards define the knowledge, skills, and performance needed by today's frontline manufacturing workers. After completing this core and the General Education requirements in the A.S. degree, it is anticipated that students will be prepared to pass the MSSC Production Technician Certification. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Engineering Technology.

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Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The Engineering Technology A.S. degree prepares students for an entry position in a wide range of manufacturing and electronics organizations by learning the fundamentals appropriate for all types of manufacturing. This program also provides supplemental training for individuals previously or currently employed in the manufacturing industry. After completing the first year of core courses, students are prepared to take the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) test. The specializations available in this degree allow the student to seek employment in different occupations in the high-growth manufacturing and advanced technology industries.

Due to safety concerns, it is highly recommended that applicants to this program are able to meet the following:

Students should be able to lift 50+ pounds.
Students should be able to distinguish standard wire colors.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Applied Technology Specialist, College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Engineering Technology A.S. degree program.

This certificate program will prepare the student for entry-level employment in electronics assembly field, or to provide supplemental training for individuals previously or currently employed. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Engineering Technology.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Applied Technology Specialist, College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Engineering Technology A.S. degree program.

This certificate program will prepare the student for entry-level employment in electronics assembly field, or to provide supplemental training for individuals previously or currently employed. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Engineering Technology.

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Machinist

CNC Machinist, College Credit Certificate

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This college credit certificate program offers a sequence of courses to prepare students for entry-level computer numeric control machining positions within the manufacturing industry. Content includes, but is not limited to, safety and quality practices, familiarity with computer-aided drafting/computer-aided manufacturing software, proper use of hand tools, and maintenance and operation of manual machining and computer numeric control (CNC) equipment. The courses are included as technical electives within the Engineering Technology A.S. Degree.

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Robotics & Simulation College Credit Certificate

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This certificate prepares students for initial employment in the growing automation industry with an occupational title such as Robotics Technician, Automation Technician, Product Development Technician, or Industrial Engineering Technician. This program also provides supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed with these occupational titles or in occupations related to manufacturing or product development. This program introduces the student to the programming and hardware skills needed to create computer-controlled systems that interact with the physical world.

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Energy Industry

Solar Energy Technician

Alternative Energy Systems Specialist College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Engineering Technology AS degree program.

This certificate program will prepare students to meet the industry-specific skills needed for technicians in the new and emerging alternative and renewable energy fields, including occupational titles such as Electrical Technician, Industrial Engineering Technician, Solar Photovoltaic Installer and Solar Power Plant Technician, Solar Thermal Installer and Technician, Energy Auditor and Smart Grid Technician. This program also provides supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in occupations related to energy production, distribution and storage. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (AS) degree in Engineering Technology.

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Transportation Industry

Aircraft Mechanic

Aviation Airframe Mechanic Career and Technical Certificate

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This program prepares students for a rewarding career in the commercial and general aviation industries. Instruction consists of academic as well as laboratory training designed to prepare individuals for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) written, oral, and practical certification examination for the Airframe Mechanic rating. With this rating, individuals will be qualified for a position as an Aviation Maintenance Technician with the FAA Airframe Rating. It is recommended that students pursue both the Airframe and Powerplant ratings for maximum employment potential.

FAA certified maintenance technicians have the important responsibility of keeping aircraft and related equipment working safely and efficiently. Aviation Maintenance Technicians employed by the industry perform routine inspection, maintenance, servicing, and repairs and engage in the manufacture or assembly of new aircraft.

Students are admitted to the Aviation Airframe Mechanics program on a selective basis. The program is structured as a full-time, cohort program. Application packets are available at the Career & Technical Programs website at www.easternflorida.edu or by calling (321) 433-5440.

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Aviation Powerplant Mechanic Career and Technical Certificate

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This program prepares students for a rewarding career in the commercial and general aviation industries. Instruction consists of academic as well as laboratory training designed to prepare individuals for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) written, oral and practical certification examination for the Powerplant Mechanic rating. With this rating, individuals will be qualified for a position as an Aviation Maintenance Technician with the FAA Powerplant Rating. It is recommended that students pursue both the Airframe and Powerplant ratings for maximum employment potential.

FAA certified maintenance technicians have the important responsibility of keeping aircraft and related equipment working safely and efficiently. Aviation Maintenance Technicians employed by the industry perform routine inspection, maintenance, servicing, and repairs and engage in the manufacture or assembly of new aircraft.

Students are admitted to the Aviation Powerplant Mechanics program on a selective basis. The program is structured as a full-time, cohort program. Application packets are available at the Career & Technical Programs website at www.easternflorida.edu or by calling (321) 433-5440.

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Information Technology Industry

Database Administrator

Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students for careers in the business application of computers. Students choose one of the three specializations: Help Desk, Management Information Systems (MIS), or Database Administrator. The core courses provide training in the basic concepts, which underlie computing technology, computer programming, database techniques, and analysis and design and common user applications. Technical electives provide students with the opportunity to further their knowledge in the specific area of choice.

The Database Administrator specialization provides the foundation for obtaining the industry recognized certification in Oracle. Typical entry-level positions for graduates include positions working under Database Administrators in large corporations, state and federal government agencies, and Internet-based companies.

The Help Desk specialization provides the student with experience to apply knowledge with companies that have a continuing need for trained customer support specialists, to staff the help desk answering customer problem calls, and providing timely assistance in solving technical problems.

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Oracle Database Administrator College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program provides students with the training necessary to maintain an Oracle database, and prepares students for the Oracle Database Administrations Certification. Oracle databases are among the most sophisticated databases currently available and are used by large corporations to store corporate-wide information. An Oracle database allows for multiple-user access, control of the level of user access, and the development of specific procedures for accessing information. Opportunities for employment of students with experience in Oracle databases include state and federal government agencies, medium-to-large corporations, and Internet-based companies.

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Software Developer

Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students for careers in the business application of computers. Students choose one of the three specializations: Help Desk, Management Information Systems (MIS), or Database Administrator. The core courses provide training in the basic concepts, which underlie computing technology, computer programming, database techniques, and analysis and design and common user applications. Technical electives provide students with the opportunity to further their knowledge in the specific area of choice.

The Database Administrator specialization provides the foundation for obtaining the industry recognized certification in Oracle. Typical entry-level positions for graduates include positions working under Database Administrators in large corporations, state and federal government agencies, and Internet-based companies.

The Help Desk specialization provides the student with experience to apply knowledge with companies that have a continuing need for trained customer support specialists, to staff the help desk answering customer problem calls, and providing timely assistance in solving technical problems.

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Computer Programmer College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Computer Programming and Analysis A.S. degree program.

This certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level program development and analysis in the computer environment. The core courses provide introduction to the computer, applications used on the microcomputer, and training in programming language, procedural logic, and design. The computer languages are introduced in a progressive delivery starting with structured programming (sequential, iteration, and decision making) used in procedural language, and then progressing to object-oriented language and visual language. Students currently employed in the field can supplement and upgrade their skills through a variety of offerings in programming languages, system analysis, and applications. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Computer Programming and Analysis.

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Computer Programming and Analysis, A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students for entry-level program development and analysis positions in the software development environment. Students currently employed in the field can supplement and upgrade their skills through a variety of offerings in programming languages and applications.

The Advanced Programming specialization prepares students for developing applications using the advanced programming features of both C# and Java. Students will use the features of both languages to develop multi-threaded applications, database applications, client server applications, and advanced Graphical User Interface (GUI) applications.

The Mobile Application Development specialization prepares students for developing applications for mobile devices with a concentration on current technology. Students study the most widely used mobile development environments used by businesses. A hands on environment will be provided by implementing a common solution using multiple development environments and multiple devices. Students develop capabilities in the analysis, evaluation and implementation of Mobile Computing principles as well as the appreciation of mobile platform project development issues, including design, development, communication, management, information security, usability, and related issues.

The Visual Basic Programming specialization prepares students for developing applications using Microsoft’s Visual Basic. Students will become familiar with the Integrated Development Environment (IDE), Database Applications using ADO.NET, Web Services, and Web Applications using ASP.NET. Students will learn to design the Graphical User Interface (GUI), develop VB code, and set properties for Objects which make up a Visual Basic Application.

The Web Applications Programming specialization prepares students for developing web applications. Students will learn to program both client side and server side applications using industry recognized standards, programming languages, and tools. The standards include Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and Extensible Markup Language (XML). The client side and server side programming will be implemented using JavaScript and Hypertext Processor (PHP). The open source tools include My Structured Query Language (MySQL), and the Apache Web Server.

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Web Development Specialist College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program provides the student with the knowledge and hands-on experience to perform system administration tasks for both popular industry databases and operating systems. This program also prepares the students to work with Open Source operating systems and databases. In addition, students will learn to develop Web applications incorporating both client side and server side Web programming technologies. Typical entry-level positions for graduates of the program include Junior DBA, Junior Web Master, Junior System Administrator and Junior Web Developer. Credits earned in this certificate may apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Computer Programming and Analysis.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students for careers in the business application of computers. Students choose one of the three specializations: Help Desk, Management Information Systems (MIS), or Database Administrator. The core courses provide training in the basic concepts, which underlie computing technology, computer programming, database techniques, and analysis and design and common user applications. Technical electives provide students with the opportunity to further their knowledge in the specific area of choice.

The Database Administrator specialization provides the foundation for obtaining the industry recognized certification in Oracle. Typical entry-level positions for graduates include positions working under Database Administrators in large corporations, state and federal government agencies, and Internet-based companies.

The Help Desk specialization provides the student with experience to apply knowledge with companies that have a continuing need for trained customer support specialists, to staff the help desk answering customer problem calls, and providing timely assistance in solving technical problems.

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Internet-Protocol (IP) Communications College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level IP Communication positions to include IP based voice, video, and security configurations. The core courses provide introduction to IP Communication design and operations, network infrastructure configuration and data protection, and understanding the essential elements of IP Communications. The techniques and skills are introduced in a progressive delivery starting with computer networking, client and server operating systems, security protection and testing methods, routing and switching, and elements of IP communication analysis.

Students currently employed in the Networking field can supplement and upgrade their skills through a variety of offerings in IP Communication systems administration, network design, protection and security methods and techniques. Credits earned in this certificate may apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Network Systems Technology.

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Network Infrastructure College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Network Systems Technology A.S. degree program.

This certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level network sever administrator position. The core courses provide introduction to understanding networking fundamentals, routing concepts, routing protocols, router configuration skills, LAN design and concepts, VLAN configuration skills, basic wireless concepts and configuration, wide area networks (WAN), Wide Area Network configuration skills, network security, Remote Access, and IP Addressing Services. The techniques and skills are introduced in a progressive delivery starting with computer networking, client and server operating systems, security protection and testing methods, and advanced elements of router and switching methods and administration.

Students currently employed in the field can supplement and upgrade their skills through a variety of offerings in computer systems administration, network design and protection, and security methods and techniques. Credits earned in this certificate apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Network Systems Technology.

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Network Security College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level network security technician position. The core courses provide introduction to network design and operations, securing network infrastructure and protecting data, performing ethical hacking and security penetration testing, responding to cybersecurity incidents, and understanding essential elements of forensic analysis. The techniques and skills are introduced in a progressive delivery starting with computer networking, client and server operating systems, security protection and testing methods, and elements of forensic analysis.

Students currently employed in the field can supplement and upgrade their skills through a variety of offerings in computer systems administration, network design and protection, and security methods and techniques. Credits earned in this certificate may apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Network Systems Technology.

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Network Server Administration College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level network sever administrator position. The core courses provide introduction to network design and operations, securing network infrastructure and protecting data, operating system concepts and practices, network security fundamentals, directory infrastructure and installation, maintaining network servers and services, securing data transmission and authentication, and planning for business continuity and high availability. The techniques and skills are introduced in a progressive delivery starting with computer networking, client and server operating systems, security protection and testing methods, and advanced elements of server administration.

Students currently employed in the field can supplement and upgrade their skills through a variety of offerings in computer systems administration, network design and protection, and security methods, and techniques. Credits earned in this certificate may apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) in Network Systems Technology.

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Network Support Technician College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level network support technician position. The core courses provide introduction to computer network maintenance and support, networking fundamentals, operating systems, and network security fundamentals. The techniques and skills are introduced in a progressive delivery starting with computer networking, client and server operating systems, and security methods.

Students currently employed in the field can supplement and upgrade their skills through a variety of offerings in computer systems administration, network design and protection, and security methods and techniques. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Network Systems Technology.

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Network Virtualization College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level network server administrator position. The core courses provide an introduction to fundamentals of computer virtualization, installing and configuring the virtualization server platform, installing, configuring and managing virtualized clients, and planning for business continuity and high availability. The techniques and skills are introduced in a progressive delivery starting with, client and server operating systems, computer virtualization methods, and elements of server administration.

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Networking Systems Technology, A.S.

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This degree program provides students with the training necessary to install, secure, maintain, and troubleshoot computer networks. The curriculum includes both hands-on experience and theoretical knowledge. Students will gain general and specific knowledge of the current "industry standard" network systems at the LAN and WAN levels, using both software and hardware based course offerings. The students will develop skills in multi-user/multi-process operating systems, troubleshooting, network protocols, network administration management, client-server, application administration, cloud networking, network security and defense, and virtual computing. Graduates will be prepared to take certification exams in current networking operating systems and technologies. Typical employment positions for graduates of this program include entry-level system administrators, network technicians, and help desk staff.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students for careers in the business application of computers. Students choose one of the three specializations: Help Desk, Management Information Systems (MIS), or Database Administrator. The core courses provide training in the basic concepts, which underlie computing technology, computer programming, database techniques, and analysis and design and common user applications. Technical electives provide students with the opportunity to further their knowledge in the specific area of choice.

The Database Administrator specialization provides the foundation for obtaining the industry recognized certification in Oracle. Typical entry-level positions for graduates include positions working under Database Administrators in large corporations, state and federal government agencies, and Internet-based companies.

The Help Desk specialization provides the student with experience to apply knowledge with companies that have a continuing need for trained customer support specialists, to staff the help desk answering customer problem calls, and providing timely assistance in solving technical problems.

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Help Desk Support Technician College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Computer Information Technology A.S. degree program.

This certificate program prepares the student to become a support technician who will provide hands-on technical assistance such as computer repair and software installation. This certificate also prepares the student for industry certification. High tech companies have a continuing need for trained customer support specialists to staff the help desk; answer customer calls and provide timely assistance in solving technical problems. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Computer Information Technology.

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Data Security Management

Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students for careers in the business application of computers. Students choose one of the three specializations: Help Desk, Management Information Systems (MIS), or Database Administrator. The core courses provide training in the basic concepts, which underlie computing technology, computer programming, database techniques, and analysis and design and common user applications. Technical electives provide students with the opportunity to further their knowledge in the specific area of choice.

The Database Administrator specialization provides the foundation for obtaining the industry recognized certification in Oracle. Typical entry-level positions for graduates include positions working under Database Administrators in large corporations, state and federal government agencies, and Internet-based companies.

The Help Desk specialization provides the student with experience to apply knowledge with companies that have a continuing need for trained customer support specialists, to staff the help desk answering customer problem calls, and providing timely assistance in solving technical problems.

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Internet-Protocol (IP) Communications College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level IP Communication positions to include IP based voice, video, and security configurations. The core courses provide introduction to IP Communication design and operations, network infrastructure configuration and data protection, and understanding the essential elements of IP Communications. The techniques and skills are introduced in a progressive delivery starting with computer networking, client and server operating systems, security protection and testing methods, routing and switching, and elements of IP communication analysis.

Students currently employed in the Networking field can supplement and upgrade their skills through a variety of offerings in IP Communication systems administration, network design, protection and security methods and techniques. Credits earned in this certificate may apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Network Systems Technology.

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Network Security College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level network security technician position. The core courses provide introduction to network design and operations, securing network infrastructure and protecting data, performing ethical hacking and security penetration testing, responding to cybersecurity incidents, and understanding essential elements of forensic analysis. The techniques and skills are introduced in a progressive delivery starting with computer networking, client and server operating systems, security protection and testing methods, and elements of forensic analysis.

Students currently employed in the field can supplement and upgrade their skills through a variety of offerings in computer systems administration, network design and protection, and security methods and techniques. Credits earned in this certificate may apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Network Systems Technology.

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Network Security Forensics, Advanced Technical Certificate

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This twelve credit Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC) program prepares students for employment in the network security field. The program provides coursework in cybersecurity, digital forensics, intrusion detection, and application programming control architectures.

The ATC in Network Security Forensics is offered to candidates currently enrolled in the Computer Information Systems Technology (CIST) Bachelor of Applied Science Program. This program provides a pathway to the CIST BAS in Networking Systems Specialization.

This program is a deliverable of the XCEL-IT grant program for Cyber Security.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students for careers in the business application of computers. Students choose one of the three specializations: Help Desk, Management Information Systems (MIS), or Database Administrator. The core courses provide training in the basic concepts, which underlie computing technology, computer programming, database techniques, and analysis and design and common user applications. Technical electives provide students with the opportunity to further their knowledge in the specific area of choice.

The Database Administrator specialization provides the foundation for obtaining the industry recognized certification in Oracle. Typical entry-level positions for graduates include positions working under Database Administrators in large corporations, state and federal government agencies, and Internet-based companies.

The Help Desk specialization provides the student with experience to apply knowledge with companies that have a continuing need for trained customer support specialists, to staff the help desk answering customer problem calls, and providing timely assistance in solving technical problems.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary management

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Prepare for a rewarding, fun, fast-paced career with Eastern Florida State College's Culinary Management Associate in Science degree. Choose from full- or part-time tracks which both provide a solid foundation in culinary nutrition, cooking, baking and sanitation skills plus you'll learn about kitchen and dining room operations and management, catering and buffet management, food and beverage cost control and purchasing, personnel management supervision, and menu and marketing management.

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Communications Industry

AV Technician

Digital TV/ Digital Media Production, A.S.

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This hands-on, skills-based degree program enables students to develop competencies in fields where television, computers, and the Internet converge. Students produce broadcast quality television in the studios of WEFS-TV and on location using professional digital cameras and editing facilities.

Digital Media combine the best practices from existing disciplines (photography, video, audio recording, and graphics) with an aggressive approach to learning about new tools, techniques, and concepts in preparation for entry into the digital media workplace.

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Digital Video Fundamentals College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Digital Television/Media Production A.S. degree program.

This certificate program develops camera, lighting and non-linear editing skills necessary for producing professional digital video. Special emphasis is placed on advanced digital post-production techniques using software such as Photoshop and After Effects. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Digital Television/ Media Production.

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Television Studio Production College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to provide students with the basic skills required to produce broadcast quality television in the studio and professional video on location. Students learn studio and location lighting, multi-camera directing, audio recording and mixing, and digital video shooting and editing skills. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Digital Television/Media Production.

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Graphic Designer

Graphic Design Production College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Graphics Technology A.S. degree program.

This certificate program is made up of eight courses within the Graphic Design Technology A.S. degree. These courses build on the Graphic Design Support Certificate. Within this certificate there is specific instruction about designing with type, creating page layouts and illustrations using multiple graphic applications. Products from this certificate are primarily for print; Illustrations, Composite Compositions, and Digital Mechanicals. Although still images for print are created, the principles and application skills are interchangeable with web development. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Graphics Technology.

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Graphic Design Support College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is part of the Graphics Technology A.S. degree program.

This certificate program is made up of five courses that begin the Graphic Design Technology A.S. degree. These core courses hold essential information and build vital skills that are necessary to all related certificates. Included in the Graphic Design Support certificate is Digital Prepress, a class specifically for preparing files for print. Credits earned in this certificate also apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Graphics Technology.

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Graphics Technology, A.S.

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If you are creative and want to enter the area of graphic design, this is the degree you've been looking for! Learn all the industry standard applications: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe After Effects, and Corel Painter to pursue employment in print, animation, and web design. Software versions change quickly and our degree keeps current with up to the minute software versions. Our classes concentrate on core application skills while completing creative and useful projects. Computer graphic application skills combined with your creativity result in printed and digital examples geared toward the construction of an impressive portfolio. Easy access to Eastern Florida State College along with live classes and low student to instructor ratio combine to make an ideal environment for accomplishment.

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Interactive Media Productions College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program is made up of eight courses within the Graphics Technology A.S. degree. These courses build on the Interactive Media Support Certificate. Within the certificate there is specific instructions about web site construction, web animation, nonlinear editing, and graphics for the web. Products from this certificate are web sites and stand-alone animations and movies. Credits earned in this certificate will apply to the Associate in Science (A.S.) Graphics Technology.

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Interactive Media Support College Credit Certificate

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This certificate program is made up of five courses that begin the Graphic Design Technology A.S. degree. These core courses hold essential information and build vital skills that are necessary to all related certificates. Included in the Interactive Media Support Certificate is Web Site Design, a class specifically for creating web sites. Credits earned in this certificate will apply to the Associates in Science (A.S.) degree in Graphics Technology.

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