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2-Year Associate Degree Programs

2 Year Associate Degree Programs

You can choose success with an associate of arts (AA) degree.

Associate of Arts The State College Guarantee
The associate of arts (AA) is a two-year program for students who wish to pursue a four-year degree at Daytona State or another college or university. When you earn an AA degree at Daytona State College, you are guaranteed admission as a junior to Florida public universities.

2+2 = Associate and Bachelor’s Degrees at Daytona State College
Earn your associate degree from Daytona State College and apply for admission to the Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management program, the Bachelor of Science in Education program, or the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology program.

Or, you can grow your career options with an associate of science (AS) degree.

*Speak with an academic advisor to learn more.
**(Based on 2009-2010 data on the number of students who are working in a degreerelated field, continuing postsecondary education or serving in the military.)

Now, choose your career field:

Get down to Business

2 Year Associate Degree Programs

From managing business finances and day-to-day operations to doing legal research or starting your own company, Daytona State’s two-year business degrees can get you started on a great career.

Associate of Science Degree

Jobs

Salary*

Accounting

Tax Preparer
Bookkeeper
Payroll Clerk
Accounts Receivables/Payable Clerk
Financial Clerk

$33,710 - $39,320

Business Administration

Administrative Manager
Owner/Operator
Production Manager
Office Manager
Buyer Front-Line Supervisor
Sales Representative/Manager

$58,000 - $75,000 or more depending on experience.

Paralegal

Paralegal
Legal Assistant

$46,680

Industrial Management Technology

Materials Manager
Inventory Controller
Quality Assurance Manager
Industrial Engineering Manager

$30,000 - $50,000

Use your Creativity

2 Year Associate Degree Programs

Express yourself by creating gourmet masterpieces, cutting-edge music, swanky interiors or inspiring images in AS degree programs that can help you turn your artistic vision into a rewarding career.

Associate of Science Degree

Jobs

Salary

Hospitality and Culinary Management

Chef
Food & Beverage Manager
Food Service Manager
Lodging Manager
Concierge

$35,000-$54,000

Music Production

Broadcast Technician
Recording Engineer
Audio and Video Technician
Producer and Director
Event Coordinator
Booking and Promotion

$39,870
$46,750
$41,750
$35,000 - $54,999

Interior Design

Interior Designer

$46,280

Interactive Media

Animator/ Graphic Designer
New Media Manager
Videographer/ Video Producer and Editor
Web Designer
Writer

$44,000 - $64,000

Photographic Technology

Photographer

$36,370

Choose a life of Service

2 Year Associate Degree Programs

If you’re a people person, a nurturer, protector, a healer, Daytona State offers a variety of AS degrees in health care, public safety and child care that can help you focus your sense of purpose on a gratifying profession.

Associate of Science Degree

Jobs

Salary

Human Services

Addictions Counselor Assistant
Human Services Assistant

$20,000 - $24,000

Early Childhood Education

Child Development Center Teacher
Child Development Center
Curriculum Coordinators
Infant-Toddler Teacher
Preschool Teacher
Child Development Center Manager

$25,000 - $34,900

Criminal Justice

Correctional Officer
Jailer
Police
Sheriff
Patrol Officer

$35,000 - $54,900

Emergency Medical Response

EMT
Advanced Care Provider

$25,000 - $34,999

Nursing

Registered Nurse

$64,900

Physical and Occupational Therapy

Physical Therapist Assistant
Occupational Therapist Assistant

$37,710
$47,490

Dental Hygiene

Dental Hygienist

$68,250

Radiography

Radiologic Technologist
X-Ray Technician

$54,300 - $74,980

Respiratory Care

Respiratory Therapy Assistant

$54,280

Fire Science

Fire Fighter
Fire Inspector
Fire Investigator

$35,000 - $54,999

Medical Information

Health Information Technician

$34,999

Get Technical

2 Year Associate Degree Programs

From AS degrees in areas related to architectural design and computer science to robotics and simulation technology, Daytona State’s technical career programs are taught by expert faculty using industry-standard equipment at our state-of-the-art Advanced Technology College.

Associate of Science Degree

Jobs

Salary

Architectural and Building Technology

Surveyor
Plans Examiner
Assistant Estimator
Materials Tester
Code Enforcement Assistant
Quality Control Assistant
Architectural and Civil Drafter

$45,600 - $60,000

Computer Engineering
and Information Technology

Computer Systems Analyst
Computer & Information Systems Manager
Computer Hardware Technician
Database Manager

$75,0000 or more

Computer Programming

Programmer
Software Developer

$55,0000 - $74,999

Computer Networking

Networking Technician
Computer Systems Technician
Wireless Communications Technician
Network Security Technician

$35,000 - $54,999

Internet Services

Webmaster
Web Developer
Database Administrator

$35,000 - $54,999

Drafting and Design

AutoCAD Technician
Architectural Drafter
Design Drafter

$35,000 - $54,999

Be a Steward of the Planet

2 Year Associate Degree Programs

Our AS degree in Environmental Science Technology gives you a great start. Upon earning your degree, pursue employment in the field or apply your AS degree toward a bachelor’s degree at a variety of Florida public and private universities.

Associate of Science Degree

Jobs

Salary

Environmental Science Technology

Environmental Science Technician
Water Quality Specialist
Environmental Field Technician

$34,000 - $54,020

Call our admissions office, (386) 506-3059,or visit DaytonaState.edu/admissions.html. To arrange a tour, call (386) 506-4471.

Daytona State College serves more than 30,000 students a year across its six campuses – Daytona Beach, DeLand, Deltona, Flagler/Palm Coast, New Smyrna Beach-Edgewater and the Advanced Technology College.

Note: Many areas offer multiple Associate of Science Degrees. Speak with an academic advisor to learn more.

* As reported by the US Department of Labor. Some wages reflect earnings for those with experience and/or education at the associate or bachelor’s degree level.

Last Updated: 3/3/14