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4 PM, Sunday Update: EFSC officials are closely monitoring the track of Tropical Storm Ian, which is expected to become a major hurricane and impact Florida's west coast and other regions of the state including Central Florida. Now is the time to review preparation tips. Brevard County is distributing sandbags on EFSC's Palm Bay Campus in the north parking lot from 8 AM to 6 PM Sunday and Monday, which could impact campus traffic patterns. Updates will be shared here and via text and social media alerts as needed.

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IT Update:

Due to a network software upgrade, access to EFSC online systems that require the Titan Sign In Portal, including myEFSC, Canvas and Microsoft 365 Email, will be unavailable from 4 to 6 AM on Monday, Sept. 26th. The short outage will affect on-campus and remotely connected users.

Computer Programming & Analysis Career Pathways

The Computer Programming & Analysis A.S. degree at Eastern Florida State College is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in a software development environment.

Students enjoy hands-on learning, attentive instructors and fully equipped labs with the most up-to-date software.

Computer languages are introduced in a progressive delivery starting with the structured programming used in procedural language and then progressing to object-oriented and visual languages.

Technical electives allow students to customize their program of study and extend their knowledge of multi-threaded applications, database applications, client server applications, advanced Graphical User Interface (GUI) applications, mobile application development in a variety of development environments, and the Extensible Markup Language (XML) standard.

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The Common Core for Computer Technology Programs 

The Computer Information Technology A.S., Computer Programming & Analysis A.S. and Network Systems Technology A.S. degrees share six common courses.

The Core Courses, and other degree-specific requirements, are outlined in this program's curriculum, with the course titles in the curriculum hyperlinked to provide more details, including any course prerequisites.

Core courses provide an introduction to the computer applications used on the microcomputer and training in programming language, procedural logic and design.

Not all courses are offered every semester. Students are encouraged to register for their required computer degree courses when offered.

Computer Programming and Analysis A.S. Degree

EFSC current college catalog requirements for the A.S. Degree.

CompTIA Industry Certification testing is available to EFSC students!

View the College Credit Certificates listed below and see how these courses are part of the A.S. Degree.

Computer Programmer College Credit Certificate (CPCC)

EFSC current college catalog requirements for this certificate.

  • No placement test required
  • No General Education courses needed
  • Use certificate courses to build toward completing the A.S. degree in Computer Programming & Analysis

Check the A.S. Degree curriculum to see how this certificate is part of the greater A.S. Degree.

Web Development Specialist College Credit Certificate (WDCC)

EFSC current college catalog requirements for this certificate.

  • 35 Credit Hours
  • No placement test required
  • No General Education courses needed
  • Use certificate courses to build toward completing the A.S. degree in Computer Programming & Analysis

View the A.S. Degree curriculum to see how this certificate is part of the greater A.S. Degree.

Contact Us

Get in touch with questions or to request an advising appointment.
palmbayadvisors@easternflorida.edu
321-433-5512

Dr. Steve Johnson, Professor
johnsons@easternflorida.edu
321-433-5247

Most Computer Programming courses are offered on all campuses as well as through Online Learning/eLearning.

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