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Computer Science
Computer science is one of the fastest-growing
industries and permeates all business sectors
throughout the world. As technology constantly
evolves, the demand for well-trained computer science
professionals remains strong.
The
prepares students for jobs such as PC
support specialist, help desk specialist, microcomputer
specialist, network specialist, software specialist, and
information systems specialist. This degree prepares
students for CompTIA industry certification.
Th
prepares
students for jobs such as
computer programmer aide, junior programmer, senior
programmer, data manager, programmer analyst, and
mid-range computer specialist. Both technical and non-
technical subjects are offered to broaden the individual’s
perspective and horizons in the field of computer
science.
Th
is designed
to provide students with the skills to work under the
leadership of a senior professional, providing support
through the design, development, implementation
and maintenance of a company’s internally developed
application services. Certificate courses may be applied
to the A.S. in Computer Programming and Analysis.
For more information contact Dawn Ellis, Computer
Science Program Director at
or call
305-809-3284.
Business
The business world is dynamic and constantly
expanding; those holding a business degree or
certificate are better prepared to succeed. In FKCC’s
program, students will master management, critical
reasoning, computer, and communications skills that will
be in demand throughout one’s career. This program
instructs students in a range of essential topics needed
to succeed in business—whether in the private, public,
or service sectors. Students will be prepared for entry-
level jobs in management, marketing, personal selling,
accounting, and financial services.
Th
is designed to
provide individuals with the skills and knowledge
necessary to identify innovative opportunities and to
start and/or improve their own business. Students
will develop a portfolio of assignments throughout
the coursework that will culminate in a business plan
presentation. To prepare for this capstone event,
students will first learn the fundamentals of the business
environment. Subsequently, this knowledge will provide
a foundation for students to create a marketing plan and
pro forma financial statements. Additionally, students
will gain a working knowledge of E-Commerce and
related electronic business enhancement.
For more information contact Frank Wood, Business
Administration Program Director at
or call 305-809-3287.