Daytona State prepares students for careers which require specialized college-level training. Graduates are prepared for immediate entry into occupations. All general education courses are transferable to the Florida State University System. For more information on our programs visit the College Catalog Program Guides.
Networking Services Technology: Code:2002
The Networking Services Technology program provides students with the technical credentials needed for IT (information technology) careers in computer network management, design, installation, maintenance and support. This program helps students learn the fundamentals of computer hardware, operating systems and network essentials. It shows students how to install, configure, maintain, troubleshoot and repair computers and networks. Students choose networking elective courses to further prepare to administer, configure, connect, plan, maintain, manage and secure complex local area and wide area networks. Depending upon network electives selected, the student can simultaneously complete industry certifications including Microsoft MCSA Certification, CompTIA A+, Network+, Linux+, Security+, Wireless Networking Certifications, and Cisco CCNA Certification.
Computer Engineering Technology: Code:2013
The program provides a solid foundation in the installation, maintenance, and repair of computer systems, computer networks, robotics and simulation technology. The program provides a general electronics background and prepares students to pass the A+ Certification Examination. Selection of advanced electives allows students to specialize in networking, simulator technician or robotics options.
Simulation and Robotics Technology: Code:2204
The Simulation and Robotics Technology program provides students with the technical credentials needed for high technology careers in simulator installation, maintenance, service and support. This program provides a thorough foundation in basic electronics and computer networking. Students also acquire skills required for specific simulator operation, testing, and troubleshooting.
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