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Learn to design software programs, develop websites, and manage computer networking systems at FSCJ.

Do you want to develop the latest innovative application to improve our quality of life, plan and manage an organization’s IT infrastructure, provide hands-on computer and network support or even learn the techniques of computer hacking and investigate computer crimes?

Begin with an Associate in Science degree in Computer Information Technology, Network Services Technology or IT Security, or earn optional specialized technical certificates included within the program such as web development, computer programming, database development or computer forensics. After completion, you can pursue industry certification and employment or progress to a bachelor’s degree. Our Bachelor of Applied Science degrees in Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunication and Information Technology Management provide a combination of important management skills with higher-level technical abilities. You’ll receive hands-on learning in labs which mirror the technology found in today’s corporate environment and receive real-world experience through internship opportunities. Advance your technological education at FSCJ!

Available Degrees

The B.A.S. in Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications is designed to provide students with the requisite knowledge and skills essential for management of challenging network engineering roles within public and private organizations.

The B.A.S. in Information Technology Management provides instruction in the design, development, installation, implementation and management of all types of computer information systems and networks.

The A.S. in Biomedical Engineering Technology degree program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions related to biomedical equipment.

The A.S. in Computer Information Technology program prepares students for respectable careers as developers, programmers, programmer-analysts, database developers or web developers