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Preschool Teacher

30 Hour Family Child Care Certification Certificate

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The Child Care providers serving children in their home, must complete a two-part course. Part I focuses on Rules and Regulations governing licensed Family child care homes and Part II covers Introduction to Child Care Worker Certification. Part I and Part II require that the participant pass a competency exam with a score of 70% or higher given by Department of Children and Families.

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Early Childhood (ECPC) Professional Certification Certificate

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Students who successfully complete the Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC) program - Preschool Track and work with children three to five years old in a licensed child care facility will be awarded an ECPC by the Florida Department of Education as well as a staff credential issued by the Florida Department of Children and Families. This program also prepares students for the National CDA Credential. For information on applying for the National CDA Credential please visit their website.

This program is divided into three modules covering the eight content areas for the Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC) in which a student must demonstrate competence.

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Early Childhood Education Degree

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This degree program provides the student with a thorough background in all aspects of child development as well as expanding his or her classroom knowledge into practical hands-on teaching experience.

The program also provides the student with the training and information they need to pursue a career working with infants through school age children.

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Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC)

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This program prepares the student who works with children Birth to 3 Years old in a licensed child care facility or family child care home for the National CDA Credential. The program is divided into three modules covering the eight content areas for the Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC) in which a student must demonstrate competence.

The student will successfully complete 120 hours of formal classroom instruction in the six competency goals, a 2-hour observation during Module 3, document 480 hours of work experience and complete all other Palm Beach State requirements.

Upon completion of the program the student will be awarded a Florida Child Care Professional Credential FCCPC) from the Department of Children and Families.

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Infant/Toddler Certificate

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Increase your marketability when searching for positions as lead teacher and assistant teacher in an infant/toddler classroom. This college credit certificate (CCC) program prepares students as early childhood education caregivers with an infant/toddler specialization and/or will provide supplementary training for those currently employed in these occupations. It consists of college-level courses in infant/toddler development, curriculum, classroom environment, classroom management, adult-child interaction, and parent relationships.

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Introductory 40 Hour Childcare-Birth to 5 Years Certificate

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Child Care providers serving children birth to 5 years old must complete:
*Part I: Rules and Regulations-Center Based
*Part II: Introduction to Child Care Worker Certification
*Part III: (Option I) 5-Hour Understanding Developmentally Appropriate Practices and 5-Hour Student Specialty or (Option II) 10-Hour Special Needs Appropriate Practices. The 5-Hour Emergent Literacy is also required.

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Pre-School Certificate

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Increase your marketability when searching for positions as a lead teacher and assistant teacher caring for pre-school children. This college credit certificate (CCC) program prepares students as early childhood education providers with a preschool specialization and/or to provide supplementary training for those currently employed in these occupations. This program consists of college-level coursework in early childhood preschool development, curriculum, classroom environment, classroom management, adult-child interaction, and parent relationships.

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Teacher Assistant

40-Hour School Age Certification

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Palm Beach State College is the best place to prepare to work in an afterschool program. This training leads to certification by the Florida Department of Children and Families, which is required for afterschool providers working with children 5 years and older in a licensed child care facility. You'll receive quality training from experienced instructors who work in the field and be ready to work in just a few months.

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Child Care Center Management Certificate

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This college credit certificate (CCC) program consists of coursework in leadership, administration, educational programming and financial issues associated with managing a quality child care program.

This CCC provides instruction consisting of college-level courses to prepare students for the management and administrative aspects of a child care program. The approved course for the foundational level of the Florida Director Credential is EEC 1523 Overview of Child Care Center Management.

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Infant/Toddler Certificate

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Increase your marketability when searching for positions as lead teacher and assistant teacher in an infant/toddler classroom. This college credit certificate (CCC) program prepares students as early childhood education caregivers with an infant/toddler specialization and/or will provide supplementary training for those currently employed in these occupations. It consists of college-level courses in infant/toddler development, curriculum, classroom environment, classroom management, adult-child interaction, and parent relationships.

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School Age Professional Certificate (SAPC)

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This program prepares students who work with school-age children to earn the SAPC, a Florida staff credential. The program entails 80 hours of formal classroom instruction, the completion of a professional portfolio/resource file and a formal interview. Practical experience working with children aged 5 and above is required during the training period, and each student is observed on the job. Graduates may receive college credits toward PBSC’s Associate in Science degree in Human Services, with a concentration in Youth Development. To enroll, students must be employed in a licensed child care facility or afterschool program serving children 5 years and older (through grade 12).

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Social Services Assistant

Addiction Studies Certificate

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The Addiction Studies college credit certificate provides a quicker and less intensive route for practitioners in the field to obtain their addiction certification provided by the Florida Certification Board. In addition, the college credit certificate provides a vital workforce development initiative to aid students and community agencies in obtaining certification, with increases in salary and employment.

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Human Services Certificate

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This college credit certificate program is designed to be the first educational step to a professional career in human services. This program will focus on broad introductory principles of human behavior specific to the good practices and techniques in human service. Course work will enable students to employ effective communications and interpersonal skills, understand the legal and ethical responsibilities of human services and demonstrate computer literacy.

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Human Services-Addiction Studies Degree

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The need for trained addiction professionals has never been greater. The Human Services–Addiction Studies Associate in Science degree meets the training requirement for Florida state addiction professional certification. Coursework examines the professional roles and functions along with the interventions and treatments used to help people overcome addictions. Students also complete fieldwork experiences in agencies or organizations of their choice, under the supervision of qualified professionals. Graduates may pursue further education or immediate employment in treatment and rehabilitation centers, hospitals and other facilities, working in diverse capacities, including as addiction specialists, social/human services practitioners, chemical dependency practitioners, and behavioral health technicians.

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Human Services-General Concentration Degree

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The need for trained addiction professionals has never been greater. The Human Services–Addiction Studies Associate in Science degree meets the training requirement for Florida state addiction professional certification. Coursework examines the professional roles and functions along with the interventions and treatments used to help people overcome addictions. Students also complete fieldwork experiences in agencies or organizations of their choice, under the supervision of qualified professionals. Graduates may pursue further education or immediate employment in treatment and rehabilitation centers, hospitals and other facilities, working in diverse capacities, including as addiction specialists, social/human services practitioners, chemical dependency practitioners, and behavioral health technicians.

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Human Services-Youth Development Concentration Degree

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Youth development professionals work with children and adolescents in a variety of settings outside the traditional classroom. The Human Services–Youth Development Associate in Science degree builds skills in group facilitation and behavior management as students gain experience in designing and implementing developmentally appropriate programs. All students complete fieldwork experiences in agencies or organizations of their choice, under the supervision of qualified professionals. Graduates may continue their education or start careers as youth program assistants, family support workers, group facilitators or related positions in community-based environments, such as afterschool and recreation programs, youth counseling organizations, child, family and social service agencies, residential care centers, group homes and other youth work settings.

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Youth Development Certificate

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This college credit certificate program is designed to be the first educational step to a professional career in Human Services with emphasis in Youth Services or other positions that are a part of the social services delivery.

This program will focus on broad introductory principles of human services specific to best practices and techniques in youth development. Course work will prepare students to function as youth workers using a youth development approach in community-based, residential, group home and other youth environments. The program examines established quality standards and best practices and their practical application in Youth programming.

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Police Officer

Auxiliary Law Enforcement Officer Certificate

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Basic Law Enforcement Auxiliary Academy prepares students as entry level Auxiliary officers in the State of Florida. This program is sometimes referred to as Reserve Law Enforcement Officers.

Coursework will include introduction to law enforcement, legal concepts, patrol and professional communications, interactions in a diverse community, calls for service and arrest procedures, traffic stops and crash investigation, crime scene to courtroom procedures as well as training and proficiency demonstration in dart firing stun gun, firearms, defensive tactics, vehicle operations and first aid.

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Criminal Justice Academy -Law Enforcement Officer Certificate

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The Criminal Justice Academy is a limited access program governed by Palm Beach State, Region XII Justice Training Council and the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.

The Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training prepares students as entry-level law enforcement officers in the State of Florida.

Practical skills and simulated activities complement the classroom instruction. Upon successful completion, students are eligible to take the Florida Department of Law Enforcement State Certification Examination.

This minimum standards class is regulated by Florida statutes and is a highly structured and disciplined program with special rules, policies and procedures.

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Criminal Justice Technology-Law Enforcement Officer Degree

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An Associate's degree in Criminal Justice Technology will prepare the student for a career in the Criminal Justice system.

It is a limited access program for the Criminal Justice Academy student (Corrections and Law Enforcement certificate program students) and/or the correction and law enforcement officer who wishes to advance in his or her career. The student must contact the Criminal Justice Institute regarding admission requirements to the Academies prior to entering the Criminal Justice Technology program.

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Public Safety Telecommunications Certificate

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When you call 911, who answers? Public safety dispatchers play a critical role as the initial first responders. Under Florida law, 911 dispatchers must complete 232 hours of training and pass a certification exam. This four-month, state-approved program devotes time to test preparation and takes students on field trips to see dispatchers in action. Once certified, graduates are ready to start careers as dispatchers for police, fire and ambulance units. Scholarship opportunities are available to those who qualify.

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Criminal Investigator

Crime Scene Technology Certificate

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This college credit certificate program will prepare the student to operate behind the yellow crime scene tape. Crime scene technologists locate, collect, and identify physical evidence used to solve crimes. The student will learn how to properly collect and preserve physical evidence, how to photograph crime scenes and how to reconstruct crime scenes and vehicle accidents.
Course content includes crime scene photography, fingerprint classification, crime scene safety and biological evidence.

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Crime Scene Technology Degree

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This degree program will prepare the student to operate behind the yellow crime scene tape. Crime scene technologists locate, collect, and identify physical evidence used to solve crimes. The student will learn how to properly collect and preserve physical evidence, how to photograph crime scenes and how to reconstruct crime scenes and vehicle accidents.
Course content includes crime scene photography, fingerprint classification, crime scene safety and biological evidence.

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Criminal Justice Technology-General (Non-Sworn) Degree

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This degree program is for students wanting a degree in Criminal Justice Technology, but are not sworn officers.
Course content includes police administration, criminal law, probation & parole, and criminal investigation.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice Academy-Corrections Officer Certificate

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The Corrections Basic Recruit Training prepares students as entry level corrections officers in the State of Florida. Practical skills and simulated activities compliment the classroom instruction.

The Criminal Justice Academy offers this course meeting all requirements established by Palm Beach State College, the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission and the Region XII Training Council.

Upon successful completion, students are eligible to take the Florida Department of Law Enforcement State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE). This minimum standards class is regulated by Florida Statutes and Florida Administrative Code and is a highly structured and disciplined program with special rules, policies and procedures.

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Criminal Justice Technology-General (Non-Sworn) Degree

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This degree program is for students wanting a degree in Criminal Justice Technology, but are not sworn officers.
Course content includes police administration, criminal law, probation & parole, and criminal investigation.

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Law Enforcement Officer Cross-Over Training to FL CMS Correctional Basic Recruit Training Program

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The Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) offers this course meeting all requirements established by Palm Beach State College, the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission and the Region XII Training Council.

The Law Enforcement Officer Cross-Over to Correctional Officer prepares currently certified Law Enforcement Officers to become certified Correctional Officers in the State of Florida. Practical skills and simulated activities complement the classroom instruction. Upon successful completion, students are eligible to take the Florida Department of Law Enforcement State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE). This minimum standards class is regulated by Florida Statutes and Florida Administrative Code and is a highly structured and disciplined program with special rules, policies and procedures.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services Degree

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Palm Beach State’s EMS Department is committed to providing our local community with EMS training of the highest standard. We accomplish this with a completely certified, dedicated faculty and staff with expertise in advanced prehospital emergency care and services. Through our alliances with the Fire/EMS Partnership Council, the Palm Beach County EMS Providers Association, the Palm Beach County EMS Advisory Council, and the Palm Beach County Fire Chiefs Association, we remain on the forefront of educational and emergency medical developments. Our goal is to prepare competent, professional entry-level EMT-B and EMT-P personnel with advanced cognitive, physical and interpersonal skills through programs that are approved by the Florida Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and follow the most current National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards Curriculum.

This degree program is designed for the student who wishes to increase his/her opportunities in the EMS field. In addition to the EMT and Paramedic Certificates, students will complete general education courses and electives.

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Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B) Certificate

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This college credit certificate program is offered for the student who wishes to complete the core curriculum and be eligible for certification by the State of Florida to practice as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B).

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers trained to the EMT-B level provide basic life support for both medical and trauma-related emergencies. The majority of the EMS care delivered, on both a local and national level, falls within the scope of practice for the EMT-B provider.

The course content for EMT-B includes lecture, skills lab, and hospital/fire rescue rotations as outlined in the core requirements of the Emergency Medical Services
A.S. degree program. Furthermore, the EMT-B Program is a prerequisite for the Paramedic Program.

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EMT/Firefighter Combination Certificate

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EMT: This program is offered for the student who wishes to complete the core curriculum and be eligible for certification by the State of Florida to practice as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B). Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers trained to the EMT-B level provide basic life support for both medical and trauma-related emergencies. The course content for EMT-B includes lecture, skills lab, and hospital/fire rescue rotations as outlined in the core requirements of the Emergency Medical Services A.S. degree program.

Furthermore, the EMT-B Program is a prerequisite for Fire Academy AND the Paramedic Program.

Students MUST have Internet access.

FIRE: The Basic Firefighter Program is a physically demanding course that prepares students for the safe, dependable and prompt performance of duties in the fire station as well as in the community. It includes orientation to the fire service, instruction in fire alarms, vehicles, and apparatus and equipment. Those students who successfully complete the course may participate in the State of Florida certification examination. Certification is required in the State of Florida for employment as a Firefighter.

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Paramedic Certificate

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This college credit certificate program is offered for the student who wishes to complete the core curriculum and be eligible for NREMT certification or certification by the State of Florida to practice as a paramedic.

Paramedics are trained to provide advanced life support in medical and trauma related emergencies. The course content includes lecture, skills lab and hospital/fire rescue rotations as outlined in the core requirements of the Emergency Medical Services A.S. degree program.

This intensive three-semester program beings the fall semester of every calendar year. The program consists of class lecture days and additional clinical days adhering to a firefighter shift schedule. Clinical Shifts involve time in area hospitals, variety of ancillary medical facilities, as well as responding in local fire station rescue vehicles to emergency calls.

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Firefighter

EMT/Firefighter Combination Certificate

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EMT: This program is offered for the student who wishes to complete the core curriculum and be eligible for certification by the State of Florida to practice as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B). Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers trained to the EMT-B level provide basic life support for both medical and trauma-related emergencies. The course content for EMT-B includes lecture, skills lab, and hospital/fire rescue rotations as outlined in the core requirements of the Emergency Medical Services A.S. degree program.

Furthermore, the EMT-B Program is a prerequisite for Fire Academy AND the Paramedic Program.

Students MUST have Internet access.

FIRE: The Basic Firefighter Program is a physically demanding course that prepares students for the safe, dependable and prompt performance of duties in the fire station as well as in the community. It includes orientation to the fire service, instruction in fire alarms, vehicles, and apparatus and equipment. Those students who successfully complete the course may participate in the State of Florida certification examination. Certification is required in the State of Florida for employment as a Firefighter.

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Fire Officer Supervisor (Officer 1) Certificate

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This program academically prepares the firefighter to assume the responsibility as a first line fire officer, and to challenge the state certification exam.

This program is geared for the sitting and prospective company officer. It trains the firefighter to lead in-service company fire safety inspections, use proper strategies and tactics to fight fire, be an effective incident commander, and serve as a trainer, mentor and middle manager.

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Fire Science Technology Degree

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This degree program is designed for the current firefighter who wishes to advance in various fire service areas.

Course content includes tactics & strategies, fire prevention, fire investigation, company officer, and fire apparatus & equipment.

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Firefighter Certificate

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For students seeking state certification as a firefighter, classes are offered on both daytime and nighttime schedules in the Fall and Spring terms of each academic year. The program follows the curriculum established by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training of the Florida State Fire College in Ocala.

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Environmental Field Technician

Environmental Science Technician Certificate

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The Environmental Science Technology program offers two College Credit Certificates (CCC). Build your resume, get to work faster, and be rewarded as you pursue your A.S. degree with these certificates!

Both certificates can be completed while pursuing your A.S. degree program, but you must communicate with the Registrar and ask that the CCC’s be added to your active program code so the certificate(s) can be processed and added to your transcript. You will need to complete a Request to Change Program Objective Form to add the certificates to your objective list. Please continue to keep the Environmental Science A.S. degree (Code 2216) as your primary objective, but add the new program objective code(s).

The 30 Credit Environmental Science Technician CCC (6561) is eligible for Title IV Financial Aid, visit Federal Student Aid, an Office of the U.S. Department of Education, or Palm Beach State College Financial Aid Application Workshops to learn more.

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Environmental Science Technology Degree

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As an Environmental Science Technology student, you will be on your way to a meaningful career imparting a lasting change on the future of Florida's natural environment. A major trend in today's job market is to focus on the "greening" of business operations and supporting environmental sustainability initiatives. Seize this opportunity to be the first to catch this exciting career trend that is transforming the world around us.

Courses in the Environmental Science Technology program include a wide range of environmental areas, providing our students with a well rounded education that prepares them for positions in environmental assessment, restoration, research and public education.

Palm Beach State College educational options include completing a two-year associate in science (A.S.) degree as an Environmental Technician, or taking our courses as electives on your way to earning an A.A. degree and then pursuing a Bachelor's degree. Perhaps you already work in the field and want to advance your career or learn new skills. Regardless of your final educational goal, you will receive quality, hands-on experience that you can take with you and apply towards many critical initiatives for Florida’s environment.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Certificate

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The Paralegal Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC) is designed for students who have a bachelor's degree and are seeking further education in the field of paralegal studies. This program certificate renders the student eligible to obtain professional certification from the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA) through the Certified Paralegal (CP) examination.

Course content includes legal concepts, legal writing and research, court systems, and business law. Course work prepares the student for employment as a paralegal in law-related occupations, including public and private law practice and/or corporate or government law-related activities.

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Paralegal Degree

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This degree program prepares the student for employment as a legal assistant/paralegal in law-related occupations, including but not limited to: public and private law practice (such as Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Family Law, Criminal Law, and Immigration), corporate or government law-related activities, community-based non-governmental organizations, and real estate and title company work.

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Business Industry

Bookkeeper

Accounting Technology AS

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This degree program is designed for the student who will seek immediate employment in the accounting field upon graduation or who is presently employed in accounting and allied fields and desires advancement. Course content includes accounting, tax, computer applications and business communications.

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Accounting Technology Certificate

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This college credit certificate program is designed to prepare the student for entry-level employment in the accounting field.

Course content includes principles, procedures and theories of organizing and maintaining business and financial records and the preparation of accompanying financial reports.

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Beautician

Barbering Certificate

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The program includes theory and barber experience in hair styling, hair cutting, hair coloring, permanent waving and hair relaxing, salon management, shaving and skin care services. In addition, coursework covers barbering law, ethics and other technical information related to the field.

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Cosmetology CCP

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The program includes theory and salon experience in hair styling, hair cutting, hair coloring, permanent waving and hair relaxing, manicures and pedicures, salon management and skin care services. In addition, course work covers cosmetology law, ethics, and other technical information related to the field.

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Office Manager

Business Administration and Management - Management Supervision Concentration AS

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This college credit certificate program is designed to prepare the student for employment in business.

Course content prepares the student to become proficient in the planning, organizing, directing and controlling of a business, including organizational and human aspects, with emphasis on various theories of management, the knowledge and understanding necessary for managing economic resources, and decision making. Emphasis is given to the ownership of small business enterprises. It also provides supplemental training for persons previously or currently operating or owning a small business.

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Business Administration and Management CCC

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This college credit certificate program is designed to prepare the student for employment in business.

Course content prepares the student to become proficient in the planning, organizing, directing and controlling of a business, including organizational and human aspects, with emphasis on various theories of management, the knowledge and understanding necessary for managing economic resources, and decision making. Emphasis is given to the ownership of small business enterprises. It also provides supplemental training for persons previously or currently operating or owning a small business.

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Business Operations

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This certificate program prepares students for entry-level management track positions by building knowledge and skills in planning, organizing and running a business.

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Health Services Management Degree

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This Associate in Science degree program focuses on the business and financial aspects of health care delivery. Students gain expertise in health data collection, analysis, monitoring, maintenance and reporting activities in compliance with established legal, ethical, regulatory and professional standards. Possible jobs include revenue integrity specialist, health insurance specialist, health care claims specialist, charge master coordinator, and other revenue specialized areas in the health care industry.

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Logistician

Global Logistics and Supply Chain Technology CCP

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This Program prepares students for employment in the transportation, distribution and logistics industry. Course content focuses on the practical knowledge and skills needed by a variety of employers, including distribution facilities, carriers, ports, manufacturers, retailers and third-party logistics firms. The program also covers general employability skills, technical skills and an overview of career pathways.

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Logistics and Transportation Specialist

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The purpose of this program is to prepare students for further education and employment in the transportation distribution and logistics career cluster. The program is designed to develop the student's general employability by improving their work attitudes, communication, critical thinking, technical skills, problem-solving skills and occupation-specific skills relative to supply chain management.

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Supply Chain Management AS

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The purpose of this program is to prepare students for further education and employment in the transportation distribution and logistics career cluster. The program is designed to develop the student's general employability by improving their work attitudes, communication, critical thinking, technical skills, problem-solving skills and occupation-specific skills relative to supply chain management.

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Real Estate Appraiser

Real Estate Sales Associate Post-Licensing Certificate

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The Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) of the Florida Division of Real Estate requires completion of a 45-hour post license course within the first two (2) years of obtaining a real estate license.

This program offers the FREC required post-licensing education for licensed real estate sales associates. It will expand upon pre-licensing education by further developing the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful sales agent career. Topics include listing, selling and financing real property, analyzing/managing investment property, legal issues, and strategies for business planning and time management.

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Real Estate Sales Associate Pre-Licensing Certificate

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Sales associates are licensed professionals who work under the direction of a broker or owner/developer in the selling/leasing of properties. This pre-licensing course covers the principles and practices of real estate sales, as well as economic, legal and human aspects. Upon completion, you will be eligible to take the Sales Associate state license exam.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Advanced Network Infrastructure Certificate

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This college credit certificate consists of four modules. The program is designed to teach students the skills necessary to design, build, and maintain small to medium-sized networks. The knowledge gained will allow networking for the Small Office, Home Office (SOHO) market and the ability to work in small businesses or organizations with networks of fewer than 100 nodes.

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Information Technology Technician Certificate

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This college credit certificate program prepares individuals to plan, install, configure, monitor, troubleshoot and manage computer networks in a LAN/WAN environment. Students will be prepared to apply conceptual and theoretical knowledge to the workplace utilizing technical skills learned during the program.

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Network Infrastructure Certificate

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This college credit certificate consists of four modules. The program is designed to teach students the skills necessary to design, build and maintain small to medium-sized networks. The knowledge gained will allow networking for the Small Office, Home Office (SOHO) market and the ability to work in small businesses or organizations with networks of fewer than 100 nodes.

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Network Server Administration Colllege Credit Certificate

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This college credit certificate program prepares individuals to plan, install, configure, monitor, troubleshoot and manage computer networks in a LAN/WAN environment. Students will be prepared to apply conceptual and theoretical knowledge to the workplace utilizing technical skills learned during the program.

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Network Support Technician Certificate

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This college credit certificate consists five courses and is designed to teach students the skills necessary for network support entry level positions.

Back up network data.
Configure security settings or access permissions for groups or individuals.
Analyze and report computer network security breaches or attempted breaches.
Identify the causes of networking problems, using diagnostic testing software and equipment.
Document network support activities.

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Networking Administrator Degree

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This degree prepares students to plan, install, configure, monitor, troubleshoot and manage computer networks in a LAN/WAN environment. Students will be prepared to apply conceptual and theoretical knowledge to the workplace utilizing technical skills learned during the program.

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Software Developer

Computer Programming Degree

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Create, modify, and test the code, forms, and script that allow computer applications to run. Work from specifications drawn up by software developers or other individuals. May assist software developers by analyzing user needs and designing software solutions. May develop and write computer programs to store, locate, and retrieve specific documents, data, and information.

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Computer Programming Specialist Certificate

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This college credit certificate program prepares students to analyze business situations and to design, develop and write computer programs. Individuals learn to store, locate and retrieve specific documents, data and information, analyze problems using logic/analysis tools, and write code in several computer languages. They also learn how to test, monitor, debug, document and maintain computer programs.

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Graphic Design Technology-Web Design Certificate

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This program introduces the student to web design and the software associated with it and is valuable to the student who plans to enter this field, as well as the student who is already working in the industry and wishes to update his or her skills.

Design, create, and modify Web sites. Analyze user needs to implement Web site content, graphics, performance, and capacity. May integrate Web sites with other computer applications. May convert written, graphic, audio, and video components to compatible Web formats by using software designed to facilitate the creation of Web and multimedia content.

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Programming Certificate

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This college credit certificate program prepares students to analyze business situations and to design, develop and write computer programs. Individuals learn to store, locate, and retrieve specific documents, data, and information, analyze problems using logic/analysis tools, and write code in several computer languages. They also learn how to test, monitor, debug, document and maintain computer programs.

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Data Security Management

Network Security Certificate

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This college credit certificate consists of seven courses and is designed to teach students the skills necessary for entry level positions in the field of network security. Students will learn and demonstrate proficiency in programming, network design and operations, cyber security, ethical hacking, and penetration testing.

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Online Program Industry

Wind Turbine Technician

Alternative Energy Engineering Technology Certificate

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If you are interested in sustainable energy and want to build a rewarding career in a rapidly growing industry, then this program is for you.

This unique program prepares students for entry-level opportunities in the alternative energy industry. Technicians and others working in the electrical power industry will gain options for career growth and advancement.

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Solar Energy Technician

Electrical Power Technology Degree

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Our labs, equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, from Instrumentation & Control training stations: process control modules, temperature control modules, sensor calibration modules, data acquisition centers, valves, fluid control modules, to wind turbine control and SCADA control centers, to Smart Grid and ZigBee modules, to alternative energy installations (small wind, and solar arrays), to biofuels lab, to OSI Software PI system centers, enable students to gain as much practical and hands-on knowledge as possible. In addition, with our cooperation with local industry and business partners, we assist students in obtaining internships and positions to further enhance their learning experience.

The program takes students from general education, through introductory classes in electrical field (circuits, electronics), though introductory theory about power systems, via basics of programming (microcontrollers, PLCs), to specialized classes in alternative energies, Smart Grid, and advanced Instrumentation and control. The program is Algebra based, and the only pre-requisite is willingness to work hard!

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Engineering Technology - Alternative Energy Systems Degree

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The Engineering Technology program is designed for the student who is seeking an A.S. degree and preparing for a career in the engineering technology field or general electronics or alternative energies fields. It is also designed for employees in these fields who seek further education and career advancements. The skill set and knowledge acquired in the program applies to a variety of industries: manufacturing, engineering, aerospace, power, transportation and others.

Course content includes core courses in both electrical and mechanical engineering with special programs in advanced technology, alternative energy systems and electronics.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architecture Design and Construction Technology Degree

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This degree provides the foundation necessary for employment in a variety of industries, including architecture, construction, and interior or landscape design. Students gain technical knowledge and skills in drafting, design and construction technology.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Building Construction Management Degree

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This Associate in Science degree program prepares students to enter the construction industry on a management track. Through a dynamic, hands-on curriculum that includes an internship, students are exposed to all critical areas of managing a construction project. By learning high-demand skills in construction materials and methods, cost estimating, scheduling and planning, building information modeling, construction surveying, site logistics, mobilization and more, students are ready to start as entry-level technicians or field engineers and build a career in construction management.

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Building Construction Specialist Certificate

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This College Credit Certificate program is ideal for those who already have a degree and want a faster route to employment. The program focuses on the core competencies needed to enter the construction industry on a management track. Through classroom instruction and real-world, hands-on projects, students gain knowledge and skills in construction materials and methods, cost estimating, scheduling and planning, building information modeling, construction surveying, site logistics, mobilization and more. Graduates are ready to start as entry-level technicians or field engineers and build a career in construction management.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Building Construction Management Degree

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This Associate in Science degree program prepares students to enter the construction industry on a management track. Through a dynamic, hands-on curriculum that includes an internship, students are exposed to all critical areas of managing a construction project. By learning high-demand skills in construction materials and methods, cost estimating, scheduling and planning, building information modeling, construction surveying, site logistics, mobilization and more, students are ready to start as entry-level technicians or field engineers and build a career in construction management.

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Building Construction Specialist Certificate

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This College Credit Certificate program is ideal for those who already have a degree and want a faster route to employment. The program focuses on the core competencies needed to enter the construction industry on a management track. Through classroom instruction and real-world, hands-on projects, students gain knowledge and skills in construction materials and methods, cost estimating, scheduling and planning, building information modeling, construction surveying, site logistics, mobilization and more. Graduates are ready to start as entry-level technicians or field engineers and build a career in construction management.

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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC-R) Certificate

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This Career Certificate content includes broad, transferable skills, and stresses the understanding of all aspects of the heating, air conditioning and refrigeration industry. The curriculum emphasizes operational functions of the HVAC industry such as management, finance, technical and production skills. The underlying principles of technology, labor issues, health, safety and environmental issues are also covered.

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HVAC Technician

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC-R) Certificate

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This Career Certificate content includes broad, transferable skills, and stresses the understanding of all aspects of the heating, air conditioning and refrigeration industry. The curriculum emphasizes operational functions of the HVAC industry such as management, finance, technical and production skills. The underlying principles of technology, labor issues, health, safety and environmental issues are also covered.

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Residential Cooling and Heating Technician

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This certificate program focuses on residential air-conditioning and heating systems and includes theory, hands-on skills labs and a variety of assessments to demonstrate student learning.

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Security Alarm Tech / Installer

Low Voltage Technician Certificate

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This program of instruction is designed to lead students through a high technology, multi-discipline set of content areas that will lead to employment installing and repairing security and home automation systems. These systems have become so advanced that it is possible to arm security, turn on lights, and lock doors via a smartphone.

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Electrician

Residential and Commercial Electrician Certificate

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The world would not function as it does today without electricity. Choosing a career as an electrician will provide you with a skill set that you can take anywhere and be successful. From wiring new homes to bringing older factories up to code, electricians are needed for every type of structure and in every industry.

This program teaches the knowledge and skills needed for entry-level residential and commercial electrician work. You’ll learn all aspects of the electrical trade, including terminology, circuitry, the proper use of tools and more. Taught by licensed electricians, students undertake challenging projects that develop essential skills in wiring installation and repair for residential and commercial properties.

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Welder

Welding Technology Certificate

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This program prepares the student for entry-level employment in a variety of occupations in the welding industry. The content includes, but is not limited to, communication skills, human relations, employability skills, safe and efficient work practices, reading blueprints, identifying metals and basic shop skills.

Shop activities are an integral part of this program and provide instruction in the various processes and fabrication skills, including torch cutting, arc welding, MIG welding, flux core welding, TIG welding, certification test preparation, use of current industry standards, practices and techniques.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Automation Certificate

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This program is designed for students seeking entry into the field of engineering technology with a focus on automation in manufacturing. It is also designed for employees in this field who seek further education and career advancement.

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Mechatronics Certificate

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Research, design, develop, or test automation, intelligent systems, smart devices, or industrial systems control.

Design engineering systems for the automation of industrial tasks.
Create mechanical design documents for parts, assemblies, or finished products.
Maintain technical project files. See more occupations related to this task.
Implement or test design solutions.
Create mechanical models and tolerance analysis to simulate mechatronic design concepts

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Machinist

CNC Production Specialist

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In this hands-on program, located in PBSC’s industry-caliber machine shop, students are introduced to the basics of machining and advance quickly into working with computer-operated CNC machines.

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Machining Technology Certificate

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The machining technology program is designed to prepare the student for employment in the manufacturing industry as a machinist.

Course content includes safety issues of the manufacturing environment, associated math and blueprint reading skills, computer numerical control (CNC) programming, manufacturing planning/methods, inspection methods, and related machining concepts and theories. Shop or laboratory activities are an integral part of the program and provide instruction in the various machine tools, machine accessories and programming techniques related to current industry standard and practices.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology - Advanced Manufacturing Concentration Degree

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The Engineering Technology - Advanced Manufacturing program is designed for the student who is seeking an A.S. degree and preparing for a career in the engineering technology field with a focus on advanced manufacturing. It is also designed for employees in this field who seek further education and career advancement. The modern manufacturing workplace is highly automated and robotized, requiring skills in electrical and mechanical systems, electronics and robotics. The skill set and knowledge acquired in the program covers automation, mechatronics, lean manufacturing and Six Sigma techniques.

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Engineering Technology - Advanced Technology Concentration Degree

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The Engineering Technology program is designed for the student who is seeking an A.S. degree and preparing for a career in the engineering technology field or general electronics or alternative energies fields. It is also designed for employees in these fields who seek further education and career advancements. The skill set and knowledge acquired in the program applies to a variety of industries: manufacturing, engineering, aerospace, power, transportation and others.

Course content includes core courses in both electrical and mechanical engineering with special programs in advanced technology, alternative energy systems and electronics.

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Engineering Technology Support Specialist Certificate

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If you enjoy design and fabrication, implementing new technologies, and exploring fundamentals of how things work, an engineering technology career may be perfect for you.

This certificate prepares individuals for entry-level employment as engineering support specialists or engineering technicians in various engineering and manufacturing areas. This certificate program is the core of the Engineering Technology degree program.

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Lean Manufacturing Certificate

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The Lean Manufacturing certificate prepares students to enter the workforce as manufacturing technicians, quality assurance technicians, or engineering assistants. Through a focus on advanced manufacturing, productivity tools, and Lean Six Sigma best practices, you'll gain knowledge and skills valued by employers across all industries.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology - Electronics Concentration Degree

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The demand for skilled technicians in technology and engineering fields has reached a critical level nationwide and in South Florida. Graduates in both Electrical and Engineering Technology programs are rapidly finding employment in the local engineering technology, power, aerospace and manufacturing industries. Our business partners are seeking talented graduates with a desire to work with both their hands and intuition.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Repair Technician

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This short-term, hands-on program focuses on general inspection, maintenance and minor repairs of cars and light trucks, preparing students for immediate entry-level employment.

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Automotive Service Technician

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Learn to diagnose, repair and service high-tech cars as an in-demand technician. Taught by master technicians in our large, professionally equipped auto repair shop, students gain hands-on proficiency in troubleshooting a wide range of service issues.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Systems Technician 1

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Learn to diagnose, repair and service medium-heavy duty trucks and heavy equipment as an in-demand technician. Taught by master technicians in our large, professionally outfitted repair shop with various makes and models of trucks and heavy equipment.

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Diesel Technician

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This short-term, hands-on program focuses on general inspection, maintenance and minor repairs of medium-heavy duty trucks, preparing students for immediate entry-level employment, especially for fleets.

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Marine Service Technology Certificate

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Through a combination of lectures, demonstrations and extensive hands-on training in labs and on boats, students gain a full understanding of marine industry standards and best practices, safety and workplace organization. Students are prepared to pursue careers as entry-level marine mechanics and service technicians at marine dealerships, boat repair shops or yacht maintenance facilities.

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Healthcare Industry

Laboratory Technician

Biotechnology

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Biotechnology is the use of biology and chemistry to develop technologies and products that improve our lives and the health of our planet.

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Biotechnology Laboratory Specialist

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This certificate program provides the student with comprehensive knowledge, specific competencies and lab techniques that establish a foundation for a successful bioscience career.

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Dental Assistant

Dental Assisting Certificate

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Located on Palm Beach State's Lake Worth campus, this 11-month certificate program provides high-quality training in Dental Assisting at an affordable cost. As a state college, our tuition is a fraction of what private schools cost.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene Degree

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The program leads to an A.S. degree and is approximately 21 months in length, not including the time necessary to complete the General Education and Natural Science program required courses.

The Dental Hygiene Program begins with the fall term of each year, and is structured as a daytime program only.

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Medical Sonographer

Diagnostic Medical Sonography Certificate

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This college credit certificate program prepares students for a career as a sonographer, who combines creativity and advanced technological equipment to produce images of the body. The diagnostic medical sonographer works with other health care practitioners in the management, control and care of patients referred for ultrasound studies.

Sonographers use high frequency sound waves to demonstrate body parts and assist physicians in the diagnosis of medical abnormalities. The sonographer must have an exceptional understanding of human anatomy and an artistic, creative, self-directed approach for locating and demonstrating anatomy and pathology.

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Diagnostic Medical Sonography Degree

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The Sonography program at Palm Beach State College offers students two options: 1) an Associate in Science degree and 2) a College Credit Certificate. Both options prepare students to enter the profession as competent, entry-level diagnostic medical sonographers.

Through classroom, lab and clinical experience, the Sonography program develops technical proficiency through extensive hands-on practice and exposure to real-world medical settings. Students graduate ready to start rewarding careers as vital members of the medical imaging team.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Health Informatics Specialist Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare students for employment as entry-level health care informatics specialists or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in related health occupations.

The content includes but is not limited to biomedical sciences, including medical terminology, health care delivery systems, basic principles of health care informatics; electronic health/medical record systems; data and workflow management concepts; and project management skills specific to health care informatics, ethical and legal concepts, health data content, clinical classification systems, organization and supervision, quality and performance improvement, health care statistics and research, reimbursement methodologies, and employability skills.

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Health Information Technology Degree

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Health Information professionals maintain medical records, both paper and electronic, ensuring records are complete, accurate, accessible and secure. They are experts in managing health information, overseeing health care computer systems, and translating medical records into alphanumeric codes for billing and reimbursement purposes.

Driving the growth of health information careers is the worldwide transition from paper to electronic health records (EHR). In the U.S., the federal government has mandated that health care facilities and medical practices make this transition. As a result, health information professionals enjoy competitive salaries and are in demand by all types of health care organizations, including hospitals, insurers, public health agencies, research institutions, medical practices and clinics.

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Medical Information Coder/Biller Certificate

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This AHIMA PCAP approved program prepares students for employment as medical coders and health insurance specialists.

The medical coder is responsible for assigning correct diagnostic and procedural codes to medical documentation from patients’ medical records to ensure appropriate medical insurance reimbursement and compliance.

The Medical Information Coder/Biller program content is comprehensive, covering both inpatient and outpatient coding and documentation principles.

This requires knowledge and abilities in anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, computer software, reimbursement, health insurance, ethics, legal and regulatory requirements, and health information management.

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MRI Technician

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Certificate

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This advanced technical certificate program is a five-course, two-semester program which begins in the fall of each year and ends at the completion of the spring term (August to May).

An Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC) in Magnetic Resonance Imaging is awarded to the student who holds a two-year degree from an accredited college or university and completes a minimum of 12 credit hours from the courses listed below. The program is designed to meet the needs of the radiologic technology professional for formalized, specialized training.

Admission Criteria

These courses are available to any applicant with an active, current RT license in good standing with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The Advanced Technical Certificates in Medical Imaging (MRI, CT, or CVIT) are accepted on a space available basis. Meeting the criteria for selection does not guarantee admission to the MRI or CT program(s).

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting Advanced Degree

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This Associate in Science degree prepares students for employment as vital members of a physician's health care team. This program is taught in a medical office-like setting, allowing students to learn the necessary skills to work in both the administrative and clinical areas of a physician's practice, as well as in outpatient clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, medical and diagnostic laboratories, kidney dialysis centers and offices of other health care practitioners.

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Medical Assisting Specialist Certificate

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With the increasing number of group physician practices and treatment facilities, there is a greater need for larger support staffs. The excellent job outlook for medical assistants is driven by this expansion of health care options, as well as the growth and aging of our population. It's no wonder the multi-skilled medical assistant is in such demand!

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Patient Care Assistant Certificate

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Take the first step on the nursing or health care career ladder in this state-approved program that leads to becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant. Patient care assistants provide support for nursing staff in hospitals, nursing homes and assisted living facilities. They also work as home health aides, assisting with the care of the elderly, as well as children, new mothers and infants.
The Patient Care Assistant program takes 3.5 months to complete, and graduates are eligible to take the Florida Certification Exam for Nursing Assistants, which is required to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). Scholarship opportunities are available to those who qualify.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Certificate

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This program prepares graduates for employment as licensed practical nurses. The program includes but is not limited to theoretical instruction and clinical experience in: medical-surgical nursing, pharmacology and medication administration, geriatric and long term care nursing, and obstetrical and pediatric nursing.

Clinical experiences are included as an integral part of this program.
Graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-PN state board examination to become licensed practical nurses.
An LPN is eligible for 11 credits towards the A.S. degree in Nursing.

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Radiology Technician

Radiography Degree

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Radiographers combine the high technology of diagnostic medical imaging with their skills of patient care to create an x-ray or radiographic image. This profession requires a dependable personality with a mature and caring nature. The program has a 24 month competency based curriculum which includes practical experience in local hospitals.

Palm Beach State College offers an Associate in Science degree in Radiography. It is a career oriented college-level program consisting of classroom, lab and clinical experience. The program has 24 month, competency-based curriculum which includes practical experience in local hospitals and is designed to develop technical proficiency through extensive clinical exposure. The program is designed to begin in the Spring term each year, and requires a full-time commitment, 8 hours daily.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care Degree

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Respiratory Care is a health care specialty offering unique challenges in the areas of disease prevention, education, diagnosis, treatment, management and rehabilitation of patients with cardiopulmonary disease.

You can live without water for a few days and food for a few weeks, but without oxygen, you will suffer brain damage within a few minutes and can die after about 9 minutes. Become a Respiratory Therapist and make a difference in peoples lives!

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Services Degree

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This Associate in Science degree program is designed to prepare the student for employment as a surgical technologist. In a simulated surgical environment, the student will practice preparing, setting up and maintaining a sterile field; preparation of supplies and equipment for surgery; and patient preparation.

Course content includes surgical technology concepts and surgical techniques and procedures. Clinical learning experiences in an operating room and related areas are an integral part of this program.

Graduates of the program are eligible for employment in hospital operating rooms, outpatient surgical centers, labor and delivery units, physician’s offices, and in medical sales.

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Energy Industry

Wind Turbine Technician

Engineering Technology - Alternative Energy Systems Degree

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The Engineering Technology program is designed for the student who is seeking an A.S. degree and preparing for a career in the engineering technology field or general electronics or alternative energies fields. It is also designed for employees in these fields who seek further education and career advancements. The skill set and knowledge acquired in the program applies to a variety of industries: manufacturing, engineering, aerospace, power, transportation and others.

Course content includes core courses in both electrical and mechanical engineering with special programs in advanced technology, alternative energy systems and electronics.

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Solar Energy Technician

Residential and Commercial Electrician Certificate

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If you are interested in sustainable energy and want to build a rewarding career in a rapidly growing industry, then this program is for you.

This unique program prepares students for entry-level opportunities in the alternative energy industry. Technicians and others working in the electrical power industry will gain options for career growth and advancement.

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Hospitality Industry

Kitchen Manager

Food Service Management CCC

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Prepare for an entry-level food service manager position by learning all aspects of commercial food service, including dining room management, quantity food production, cost control and purchasing, and hospitality business concepts and operations.

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Food Service Manager

Food Service Management CCC

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Prepare for an entry-level food service manager position by learning all aspects of commercial food service, including dining room management, quantity food production, cost control and purchasing, and hospitality business concepts and operations.

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Chef and Head Cook

Food Service Management CCC

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Prepare for an entry-level food service manager position by learning all aspects of commercial food service, including dining room management, quantity food production, cost control and purchasing, and hospitality business concepts and operations.

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Casino Manager

Hospitality and Tourism Management

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This degree program covers all facets of the hospitality and tourism industry, including hotel management, purchasing, cooking, food service and dining room operations, cost control, human resources, front office, security and marketing.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Graphic Design Support Certificate

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This College Credit Certificate is designed to prepare the student to enter the graphic design field, especially as it relates to the printing industry. Each student will develop a portfolio, crucial for employment, while enrolled in the program. Course content includes design fundamentals, Macintosh computer applications, typography, photography and color design.

Students who complete this certificate may find work as graphic designers, artists, webpage designers, illustrators, preflight administrator service providers, art directors, freelance designers or junior designers.

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Graphic Design Technology Degree

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This degree program is designed to prepare the student to enter the graphic design field, especially as it relates to the printing industry.

Each student will develop a portfolio, crucial for employment, while enrolled in the program. Course content includes design fundamentals, Macintosh computer applications, typography, photography and color design.

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Graphic Design Technology-Multimedia Arts Certificate

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This program introduces introduces the student to multimedia technology and is valuable to the student who plans to enter this field, as well as the student who is already working in the industry and wishes to update his or her skills.

Create special effects, animation, or other visual images using film, video, computers, or other electronic tools and media for use in products or creations, such as computer games, movies, music videos, and commercials.

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Broadcast Engineer

Motion Picture Post-Production Technology Certificate

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Gain marketable skills in film and sound editing as well as film production. This certificate is valuable to students who plan to enter the field, as well as those who already work in the industry and wish to update their skills. Graduates are employed in television, advertising, or film and video production.

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Motion Picture Production Technology Degree

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This degree program provides professional training for students interested in a career in the film, television and entertainment industry. Students work alongside professionals using cutting edge equipment and technologies, while learning how to put together a project from the ground up. Graduates are employed in television, advertising, or film and video production.

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AV Technician

Recording Arts Certificate

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Learn the latest Pro Tools® software that allows musicians to mix tracks and create recordings digitally. Graduates will be ready to assist in recording performances live or in a studio, and shape the soundscape of a film or television show.

A certificate can be earned in as little as two semesters. The certificate is valuable to the student who plans to enter the field, as well as the student who is already working in the industry and wishes to update her or his skills.

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