This certificate is designed to prepare students to enter the computer industry in entry level programming positions. The core courses provide training in programming languages, basic networking design, systems analysis and design, and professional development skills. Students currently employed in the field can supplement and upgrade their skills through the variety of offerings. All credits earned in this program are applicable to the AS degree in Computer Programming and Analysis.
Students may be required to take prerequisites or acquire consent from an instructor to pursue courses for this certificate.
- Computer Support Specialist
- IT Support Specialist
- PC Support Technician
Those Who Complete the Computer Certificate May Earn:
An entry level worker can expect to earn $24,086 ($11.58 per hour) while an experienced worker can expect to earn $35,067 ($17.34 per hour). *
There are approximately 43 annual openings in Edison State’s service district. **
* Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation retrieved January 2008.
** 2007-2008 Regional Targeted Occupational List retrieved from Southwest Florida Workforce Development Board.
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