Programs of Study

Associate in Arts AA

Associate in Science

Nursing (BSN)

Certificate Programs

Apprenticeships

Associate in Arts AA

Choose this degree option if you intend to transfer to a 4-year college or university as a junior upon graduation from TCC. Those interested in the TCC2FSU and TCC2FAMU programs should select this option.

 

Associate in Science

Choose this degree option if you are seeking to secure employment in a chosen field immediately after graduation.

Nursing (BSN)

Choose this degree option if you hold a valid RN license and you intend to complete this 4-year degree at TCC.

Certificate Programs

Choose this option if you are seeking customized courses and training in targeted in-demand jobs in the Big Bend area.

Apprenticeships

An Apprenticeship is a time-tested approach to training and developing skilled labor. By investing in talent development through apprenticeship, employers gain a pipeline of loyal skilled workers and increase productivity. Apprenticeships retain high value on both an economic and individual level; they are excellent for helping businesses grow, engaging employees and nurturing the skilled workforce needed for the future.

Associate in Arts A.A.

Areas of study:

Art

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Biology

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Business Management 

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Civil Engineering

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Communications and Media Studies

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Computer and Information Science

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Criminal Justice

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Economics

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Education K-6

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English

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Entrepreneurship

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Exercise Science

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Finance

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General Transfer- Nursing Track

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Health Science- Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences

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Hospitality

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Information Technology

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Math

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Marketing

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Political Science

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Psychology

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Sociology 

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Sports Management

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Theater 

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Associate in Science (A.S)

Building Construction Management, A.S. (2160)

The Building Construction Management, A.S. degree is dedicated to teaching students skills that will prepare them for a career in the construction industry as foreman, superintendent, assistant superintendent, assistant project manager, estimator, building inspector, or expeditor.

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Business Management, A.S. (2109)

The Business Management, A.S. degree helps prepare students for a number of entry-level positions in business and it can also be a great stepping stone for students who want to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Management at a Florida-based university.

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Computer Programming and Web Development, A.S. (2158)

The Computer Programming and Web Development, A.S.degree prepares students for employment as computer programmers for web-based applications or supplement training for persons previously or currently employed in the information technology industry.

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Criminal Justice Technology, A.S. (2138)

The Criminal Justice Technology, A.S. degree prepares students for a rewarding career in law enforcement or corrections and also helps persons already employed in those fields advance in their professions.

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Dental Hygiene, A.S. (2101)

The Dental Hygiene, A.S. degree prepares students for the successful completion of the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination and for licensure as a registered dental hygienists. The degree also trains students on how to safely and effectively perform all the functions that are legal for dental hygienists to perform in Florida.

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Digital Media, A.S. (2167)

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Drafting and Design Technology, A.S. (2135)

The Drafting and Design Technology, A.S. degree equips students with technical knowledge and skills that enable them to translate ideas, specifications and calculations to complete accurate working drawings and to use appropriate applications of geographic information systems (GIS) in topographic surveying. This program is great for anyone interested in becoming drafters, computer-aided design (CAD) technicians, CAD specialists, GIS technicians, or assistant to architects, engineers or surveyors.

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Early Childhood Development, Education and Management, A.S. (2123)

The Early Childhood Development, Education and Management, A.S. degree prepares students seeking rewarding careers in early childhood education, child care facility management and/or child care facility ownership. 

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Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Technology, A.S. (2104)

The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Technology, A.S. degree is devoted to effective training and further preparing registered paramedics who wish to pursue employment advancement opportunities that require an associate degree, such as management and teaching.

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Engineering Technology, A.S. (2163)

 

The Engineering Technology, A.S. degree prepares students for the challenging, but highly-regarded careers of industrial machinery mechanics; general and operations managers; production and operation worker supervisors; and supervisors of mechanics, installers and repairers.

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Graphic and Web Design Technology, A.S. (2125)

The Graphic and Web Design Technology, A.S. degree prepares students who seek careers as graphic design assistants. It can also be used as supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in this occupation.

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Network Systems Technology, A.S. (2165)

The Network Systems Technology, A.S. degree prepares students for entry-level positions in the high-demand computer networking-related fields. Employment types include network administrator, network manager, network designer, network installer, network troubleshooter, inter/intranet worker.

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Nursing, R.N., A.S. (2103)

The Nursing (R.N.), A.S. degree prepares students to function effectively and safely in entry-level registered nursing positions and for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).

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Office Administration, A.S. (2107)

The Office Administration, A.S. provides students with important skills, such as basic accounting, computer applications, communication skills, and document preparation for entry into an office support staff position or to allow professionals to update/obtain new skills.

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Paralegal/Legal Studies, A.S. (2112)

The Paralegal/Legal Studies, A.S. program prepares students to perform effectively as a part of a legal services team and helps students successfully enter the field of paralegal and/or legal assisting. The course work in the program also serves as an informal primer for students considering law school.

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Radiologic Technology, A.S. (2149)

TCC's Radiologic Technology, A.S. program prepares students for employment as radiologic technologists in hospitals, clinics, home health and private practice. Students will be instructed in theory and application in the classroom and the x-ray laboratory. They also receive extensive clinical and patient care experience at many sites in the surrounding area, including hospitals, orthopedic, veterans clinics and smaller clinics. Graduates are then eligible to take the Radiologic Technology exam offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

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Respiratory Care, A.S. (2106)

The Respiratory Care, A.S. program supplies students with the foundation to be able to safely and competently perform patient care by applying scientific principles to prevent, identify and treat acute and/or chronic dysfunction of the cardiopulmonary system and prepares students for the examinations offered by the National Board for Respiratory Care for employment as registered respiratory therapists. 

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Sports, Fitness and Recreation Management, A.S. (2124)

The Sports, Fitness and Recreation Management, A.S. program helps students develop skills that are necessary for those looking for careers as recreation leaders, recreation supervisors, group recreation workers, activity leaders or recreation event coordinators.

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Surgical Services, A.S. (2161)

The Surgical Services, A.S. degree teaches the day-to-day tasks and responsibilities of a person in the health science occupation and prepares students to become certified surgical technologists, central sterile processing technologists or endoscopic technicians.

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Bachelor of Science (B.S.N.)

Nursing, BSN (C100)

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is a limited-access program open to currently licensed registered nurses who have completed an Associate in Science degree in Nursing (ADN). With the degree, graduates will be prepared for leadership and other higher-level positions in professional nursing practice. The BSN also provides individuals with an academic pathway into master’s and doctoral nursing programs.

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 Certificate Programs

Accounting Technology Management Certificate (6329)

The Accounting Technology Management Certificate allows students to begin training in the high-demand field of accounting with a focus on management.

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Accounting Technology Operations Certificate (6330)

The Accounting Technology Operations Certificate prepares students for entry into an accounting occupation or allows professionals to update/obtain new skills.

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Accounting Technology Specialist Certificate (6331)

The Accounting Technology Specialist Certificate from TCC allows professionals to update/obtain new skills and prepares students for entry into an accounting occupation.

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Applied Cybersecurity, Career and Technical Certificate (5028A)

The Applied Cybersecurity, Career and Technical Certificate provides skills needed to prepare students for further education and cybersecurity-related careers in the information technology career cluster.

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Building Construction Specialist Certificate (6353)

The Building Construction Specialist Certificate is devoted to providing students with introductory knowledge of the modern residential and commercial construction industries.

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CAD Foundations Certificate (6354)

The CAD Foundations Certificate program provides students with the knowledge on how to produce and technically interpret both manual and computerized Auto Cad/Revit drawings.

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Central Sterile Processing Technologist Certificate (6360)

The Central Sterile Processing Technologist Certificate Program is devoted to providing students with the essential skills to become integral members of a surgical team. Graduates will have knowledge of patient safety, decontamination, inspection, assembling, disassembling, packaging and sterilizing reusable surgical instruments, supplies and devices.

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Child Development Early Intervention Certificate (6367)

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CNC Production Specialist Career and Technical Certificate (5031A)

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Commercial Vehicle Driving Career and Technical Certificate (5029A)

The Commercial Vehicle Driving Career and Technical Certificate program teaches a multitude of skills that prepares students for entry into the trucking and logistics industry.

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Computer Programming and Analysis Certificate (6302)

The Computer Programming and Analysis Certificate program provides hands-on training to equip students with the necessary tools to enter into the programming field. It also allow professionals to update/obtain new skills.

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Computer Programming Specialist Certificate (6338)

The Computer Programming Specialist Certificate program is devoted to preparing students for entry into programming fields and allowing professionals to update/obtain new skills.

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Correctional Officer Basic Recruit Career and Technical Certificate (5005A)

Through TCC's Correctional Officer Career and Technical Certificate Program, students can learn practical skills, while also preparing for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s (FDLE) State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE). Additionally, this program provides job-related training to candidates for full-time or part-time correctional officer positions that require entry-level certification in accordance with Chapter 943, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 11B-35, Florida Administrative Code.

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Correctional Probation Officer Basic Recruit Career and Technical Certificate (5012A)

The Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Career and Technical Certificate program provides job-related training to candidates for full-time or part-time correctional officer positions that require entry-level certification in accordance with Chapter 943, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 11B-35, Florida Administrative Code. It can also be used to prepare students for successful completion of the State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE).

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Crossover from Correctional Officer to Correctional Probation Officer Career and Technical Certificate (5014A)

The Correctional Probation Crossover: Corrections to Correctional Probation Career and Technical Certificate program prepares the student for successful completion of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s (FDLE) State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE) and to provide job-related training to candidates for full-time or part-time correctional officer positions that require entry-level certification in accordance with Chapter 943, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 11B-35, Florida Administrative Code.

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Crossover from Correctional Officer to Law Enforcement Officer Career and Technical Certificate (5006A)

The Law Enforcement Crossover: Corrections to Law Enforcement Certificate program provides job-related training for candidates who have a Florida correctional officer’s certification and seek to become a full-time or part-time law enforcement officer that requires entry-level certification in accordance with Chapter 11B-35, Florida Administrative Code, and Chapter 943, Florida Statutes.

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Crossover from Correctional Probation Officer to Correctional Officer Career and Technical Certificate (5016A)

The Corrections Crossover: Correctional Probation to Corrections Career and Technical Certificate program; prepares students for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s (FDLE) State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE) and to provide job-related training to candidates for full-time or part-time correctional officer positions that require entry-level certification in accordance with Chapter 943, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 11B-35, Florida Administrative Code.

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Crossover from Correctional Probation Officer to Law Enforcement Officer Career and Technical Certificate (5015A)

The Law Enforcement Crossover: Correctional Probation to Law Enforcement Career and Technical Certificate program provides job-related training for candidates looking for full-time or part-time law enforcement positions that require entry-level certification in accordance with Chapter 11B-35, Florida Administrative Code, and Chapter 943, Florida Statutes.

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Crossover from Law Enforcement Officer to Correctional Officer Career and Technical Certificate (5008A)

TCC's Corrections Crossover: Law Enforcement to Corrections Career and Technical Certificate program is dedicated to preparing its students for the successful completion of the State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE) and to provide job-related training to candidates for full-time or part-time correctional officer positions that require entry-level certification in accordance with Chapter 943, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 11B-35, Florida Administrative Code. 

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Dental Assisting Technology and Management Applied Technology Diploma (B317)

This Dental Assisting Technology and Management Applied Technology Diploma prepares students for the Dental Assisting National Board Exam and certification in dental assisting. Students will acquire skills to safely and effectively perform all functions that are legal for the dental assistant to perform in Florida. Quality patient care and the development of skilled dental assistants are the ultimate goals of the Dental Assisting program.

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Digital Media/Multimedia Certificate (6364)

The Digital Media/Multimedia Certificate prepares students for employment as broadcast technicians, sound engineering technicians, and audio and video equipment technicians.

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Electrical Apprenticeship Career and Technical Certificate (5032A)

The Welding Technology, PSAV Certificate program is devoted to preparing students to enter employment in the welding industry or continue their education. By successfully completing the program, students are eligible to receive an industry-recognized certificate, sit for American Welding Society (AWS) exams and receive an OSHA 1926 Safety card. The program is also aligned with industry-recognized certifications provided by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and the American Welding Society.

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Emergency Medical Technician Applied Technology Diploma (B312)

The Emergency Medical Technician Certificate program prepares students for the State of Florida’s Examination for Emergency Medical Technician and/or the National Registry EMT (NREMT) and for employment as certified emergency medical technicians (EMTs) who are equipped to work as part of an emergency medical team. This program also provides the first level of educational preparation for students seeking to become registered paramedics.

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Endoscopy Technician Certificate (6361)

The Endoscopy Technician Certificate program's purpose is to educate students in the specialty of endoscopy and promote knowledge-based critical thinking in the safe practice of flexible and rigid endoscopy. 

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Engineering Technologies Support Specialist Certificate (6350)

The Engineering Technologies Support Specialist Certificate program prepares students to take a national manufacturing-based certification (MSSC) exam that is portable, highly recognized and crosses the boundaries into all sectors of manufacturing and industrial fields. It also provides broad, transferable skills and stresses understanding and demonstration of the following elements of engineering technology and industrial applications: production materials and processes, quality assurance, engineering drawings and drafting, electronics, mechanics, instrumentation and safety.

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Entrepreneurship Certificate (6362)

The Business Entrepreneurship Certificate progarm offers a sequence of courses that provide necessary skills and knowledge to students who are interested in pursuing entrepreneurship.

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Firefighter Career and Technical Certificate (5020A)

The Firefighter Career and Technical Certificate program offers critical skills to students looking for employment as a volunteer firefighter (Firefighter I) or a firefighter (Firefighter II).

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Graphic Design Support Certificate (6340)

The Graphic Design Support Certificate program diversifies students technical skills and creative artistry to make them better equip for employment as graphic design assistants or supplement training for persons previously or currently employed in this occupation.

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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration (HVAC) Apprenticeship Career and Technical Certificate (5033A)

Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning/Refrigeration (5025A)

The Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology, Career and Technical Certificate provides hands-on training to help prepare students to enter the HVAC field or, for those already in the HVAC field that want to continue their education.

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Industrial Machinery Maintenance, Career and Technical Certificate (5027A)

The Industrial Machinery Maintenance, Career and Technical Certificate program prepares students with skills needed for classification as an industrial machinery mechanic and. It also prepares students for further education and careers in the manufacturing  career cluster. Includes all aspects of the industrial-machine maintenance technology industry and elements of the industry such as planning, management, finance, technical and production skills, underlying principles of technology, labor issues, community issues, and health, safety and environmental issues.

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Infant and Toddler Certificate (6366)

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Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Career and Technical Certificate (5007A)

The Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Career and Technical Certificate program prepares students for successful completion of the State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE) and also provides job-related training necessary for full-time or part-time correctional officer positions that require entry-level certification in accordance with Chapter 943, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 11B-35, Florida Administrative Code.

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Machining, Career and Technical Certificate (5026A)

The Machining, PSAV Certificate program prepares students with the necessary skills  and training to become machinists. The content taught in this program includes all aspects of the machining industry, including planning, management, finance, technical and production skills, underlying principles of technology, labor issues, community issues, and health/safety/environmental issues.

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Network Infrastructure Certificate (6359)

The Network Infrastructure Certificate program provides a strong foundation for students looking for entry into a networking/computer technology career and allows professionals to update and maintain skills.

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Network Security: Cyber Forensics Certificate (6368)

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Network Support Technician Certificate (6358)

The Network Support Technician Certificate program provides students with training that will help them enter into a networking/computer technology career and allow professionals to update skills.

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Nurse Assistant, Long Term Care Career and Technical Certificate (5024A)

The Nurse Assistant, Long Term Care PSAV Certificate program develops essential skills and knowledge necessary to prepare students for the state nursing assistant competency examination, to serve as entry-level healthcare workers (specifically as nurse assistants) and to safely and effectively serve as part of the healthcare team.

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Office Management Certificate (6334)

The Office Management Certificate program provides students with the basic skills necessary for entry into an office support staff position or to allow professionals to update/obtain new skills.

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Office Specialist Certificate (6335)

The Office Specialist Certificate program allows students to gain essential knowledge and training necessary for entry into an office support staff career or to allow professionals to update/obtain new skills.

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Office Support Certificate (6336)

The Office Support Certificate program prepares students for entry into an office support staff position or to allow professionals to update/obtain new skills.

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Paramedic Certificate (6309)

The Paramedic Certificate program prepares students for the State of Florida’s Paramedic Certification Exam and/or the National Registry of EMT Paramedic Exam (NREMT Paramedic) and for employment as registered paramedics that can perform safely and effectively as part of an emergency medical team.

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Pipefitter Apprenticeship Career and Technical Certificate (5034A)

Pneumatics, Hydraulics and Motors for Manufacturing Certificate (6349)

The Pneumatics, Hydraulics and Motors for Manufacturing Certificate program provides Hands-on training for students looking to enter fields related to industrial machinery maintenance, including construction machinery, motor vehicle parts manufacturing, general manufacturing facility and plant operations, plastics manufacturing, machinery wholesale, and power plant machinery.

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Preschool Specialization Certificate (6365)

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Small Business Management Certificate (6319)

The Small Business Management Certificate program provides entrepreneurs with the skills and knowledge necessary to establish, operate or enhance the success of a new or existing small business.

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Welding Technology, Career and Technical Certificate (5023A)

The Welding Technology, PSAV Certificate program is devoted to preparing students to enter employment in the welding industry or continue their education. By successfully completing the program, students are eligible to receive an industry-recognized certificate, sit for American Welding Society (AWS) exams and receive an OSHA 1926 Safety card. The program is also aligned with industry-recognized certifications provided by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and the American Welding Society.

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 Apprenticeships

Plumbing, Pipefitters, and HVAC/R Apprenticeship