Career & Technical Programs
Eastern Florida State College is ready to meet the career education and training needs of the community. National studies show that eight out of ten jobs require training beyond high school but not necessarily a four-year degree. Explore EFSC's Career and Technical degree and certificate programs listed below, ranging from one semester to two years in length.
Many include preparation for industry certifications and internship opportunities for hands-on practical learning. Several are limited access programs and require an additional application process. Plus we have multiple options for local high school students to start earning college credit before they graduate high school. If you're looking for hands-on career training in the health sciences and nursing or public safety fields, be sure to visit those web sections and also use our program finder to search all the options. You can also learn more about Career and Technical program requirements in our academic Catalog, plus we have non-credit Continuing Education courses and our Corporate Services team can assist with custom training options for your company's workforce.
Academic Program Search
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Aviation Maintenance Technician: Airframe Mechanics CTC & Powerplant Mechanics CTC
Business Administration A.S. (Four Specializations: AS to BAS/BS Transfer, Human Resources, Management, or Marketing)
Related Entrepreneurship Certificate
Chemical Technology A.S. (Three Specializations: Biomedical Technology, Chemical Technology, or Engineering)
Related Chem Tech Certificate
Computer Information Technology A.S. (Three Specializations: Database Admin, Geographic Information Systems - GIS, or Help Desk)
Related Criminal Justice Certificate
Related Early Childhood Certificates & State Credential Training
Related Ed Assisting Certificate
Engineering Technology A.S. (Three Specializations: Advanced Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, or Electronics)
Landscape & Horticulture Technology A.S. (Two Specializations: Landscape Technology or Horticulture Technology)
Office Administration A.S. (Three Specializations: Administrative, Legal Office, or Medical Office)
Social and Human Services A.S. (Two Specializations: Aging Services or Domestic Violence Services)
Each program's web page will list specific advisors and in some cases a program manager who can assist with application and enrollment information.
Their contact information will be available on each degree and certificate web page.