For a dynamic computer & IT career, EFSC offers the training to get started or to advance in the workforce
Eastern Florida State College offers multiple Associate in Science and Bachelor of Applied Science Degrees in the computing, cybersecurity and information technologies field. Courses in College Credit Certificate options also map to one or more of the Associate in Science degree programs of study, providing multiple completion points. Computer IT Industry Certification Tests that EFSC students take each year also bolster their resumes and give them the edge they need to compete for jobs.
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Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems Technology Degree
- Networking Systems Specialization
- Program Development/Software Development Specialization 100% online option
- Computer Project Management Specialization
- Cybersecurity Specialization
- Data Science Specialization
Related Advanced Technical Certificate
• Network Security Forensics
Associate in Science
• Computer Information TechnologyRelated College Credit Certificates
• Help Desk Specialist (Information Technology Support Specialist)
• Oracle Database Administrator
Associate in Science
• Network Systems Technology (Includes Cybersecurity)
Associate in Arts
Work with your academic advisor as the A.A. transfer degree can be used to meet the prerequisite requirements for an EFSC computer technologies bachelor's degree or a computer bachelor's degree at a university.
EFSC’s Computer Information Technology program prepares students for careers in the business application of computers. Students choose one of the three options at the Associate's degree level: Help Desk, Management Information Systems (MIS), or Database Administrator. The core courses provide training in the basic concepts that underlie computing technology, computer programming, database techniques, analysis and design and common user applications.
The Computer Programming and Analysis program prepares students for entry-level program development and analysis positions in the software development environment. Students choose one of two options, Desktop Applications Programming or Web Applications Programming. Read more.
Our Networking Systems Technology program provides students with the training necessary to install, maintain and troubleshoot
computer networks, plus work in network security and cybersecurity. The curriculum
includes both hands-on experience and theoretical knowledge. The student will gain
general, as well as specific network knowledge as it
pertains to the "industry standard" network software. Both LAN and WAN technologies are addressed in the program.
College Credit Certificates are also offered within each IT-related program that provide the opportunity to learn enhanced technical skills and achieve industry certification while working toward a degree.
At the Bachelor's Degree level, three specializations are offered in networking and cybersecurity, program development and computer project management.