EFSC's Career & Technical Programs
World-class training that's designed to prepare students for careers as well as improve current workforce skills.
EFSC President Dr. Jim Richey gets a lesson on the intricacies of welding and insight on its potential as a rewarding career thanks to EFSC student Aaron Blankenship.
Consider the benefits & join the learning community!
The variety of career programs at EFSC include opportunities to earn Associate in
Science degrees, College Credit Certificates and Post-secondary Adult Vocational Certificates.
The length of programs range from one semester term to several years in length. Many
include industry certifications and internship opportunities for hands-on practical
learning. A.S. degrees will transition to a Bachelor's degree at many Florida state
universities and colleges.
To learn more about each program use the links in this area to explore your choices. Several programs are limited access and require an additional application process.
Air Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration (HVAC)
Automotive Services Technology
Aviation Maintenance Technology
Business /Accounting/Human Resources/Marketing & Management
Commercial Foods & Culinary Arts
Computer Technology for IT, Network Systems Technology & Computer Programming
Digital TV/Digital Multi-Media
Early Childhood Education
Graphic Design Technology
Network Systems Technology (includes Cybersecurity)
Office Administration for Medical, Legal and General
- Computed Tomography (CT)
- Dental Assisting, Hygiene & Management
- Clinical & Medical Lab Technician
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography
- Health Information Technology
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
- Medical Information Coder/Biller
- Veterinary Technology
- Nursing (RN)
- Medical Assisting
- Patient Care Assisting
- Surgical Technology
- Crime Scene Technology
- Criminal Justice
- Corrections Officer
- Fire Fighter
- Law Enforcement Academy
- Public Safety Telecommunications
- Security Officer
- Specialized Professional Training
Still exploring your career options?
Click below to visit EFSC's Career Planning & Development Center where you'll find helpful career exploration tools that are free for students!