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Q. What kind of job do you get if you study computers?

Q. How much does it cost to take a class?

Q. Can I get federal aid if I want to take a class?

Q. Can I take some classes to upgrade my skills? I already have a degree

Q. I would like to know a little more about computers. Do you offer some basic computer classes?

Q. I am in the Computer Repair Vocational Credit program. I don't see the EEV classes from the website. What do I do and what classes do I take? I am in the Federal Assistance program, do I need to take a full load of classes?

Q. Do you offer a computer repair class?

Q. Does the college assist me in finding a job?

Q. I have taken a class at another college. Can I get credits transferred from that class and how do I do that?

Q. I have to take CET1036C. I don't see the class in the website. Are you not offering the class anymore?

Q. According to my schedule, I am supposed to take CET1153C. I can't find it anymore. What do I do?

Q. I have already been working in the industry of the networking field. I want to take some advanced classes to get certified. Can I take some networking classes? What do I need to take?

Q. I want to learn how to create and publish a personal and business website. Do you offer classes that will teach me those skills?

Q. I am in the Simulation Technology program. I am not finding the classes I need to graduate. What should I do?

Q. I want to continue with Daytona State's BAS program. What classes do I need to take to transition to the BAS program?

Q. Do you offer online classes?

Q. Do you offer classes that correspond to some industry certificates?

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Q. What kind of job prospect do we have if we study computers?

AS Degrees:
2002 Networking Services Technology (63 credit hours)
Labor Statistics: State of Florida: Source: Labor Market Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Programs and Wage Survey-EmployFlorida Marketplace

Occupations

Entry Level Salary

Mean Level Salary

Experience Level Salary

Network & Computer Systems Administrators

$ 42,863

$ 63,217

$ 73,394

Network, Data Communications & Internet Services

$ 37,903

$ 58,056

$ 68,132

Labor Statistics: National: Source: US Department of Labor-Bureau of Labor Statistics 

Network & Computer Systems Administrators

$ 37,790

$ 59,930

$ 76,190

Network, Data Communications & Internet Services

$ 47,190

$ 61,750

$ 80,410



AS Degrees:
2047 Computer Programming/Analysis
(63 credit hours)
2067 Computer Information Technology (63 credit hours)
2005 Internet Services Technology  (63 credit hours)
Labor Statistics: State of Florida: Source: Labor Market Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Programs and Wage Survey-EmployFlorida Marketplace

Occupations

Entry Level Salary

Mean Level Salary

Experience Level Salary

Computer Programmer/Web programmer

$ 43,270

$ 67,167

$ 79,116

Computer Support Specialist

$ 21,779

$ 32,161

$ 37,353

Computer Systems Analysts

$ 42,889

$ 64,392

$ 75,142

Labor Statistics: National: Source: US Department of Labor-Bureau of Labor Statistics 

Computer Programmer

$ 48,040

$ 63,420

$ 82,600

Computer Support Specialist

$ 31,070

$ 40,610

$ 52,840

Computer Systems Analyst

$ 54,070

$ 68,300

$ 85,210

Internet Services and Web Designers

$ 49,590

$ 54,070

$ 70,150



AS Degrees:
2013 Computer Engineering Technology
(68 credit hours)
2003 Electronics Engineering Technology (68 credit hours)
Labor Statistics: State of Florida: Source: Labor Market Statistics, Occupational Employement Statistics Programs and Wage Survey-EmployFlorida Marketplace

Occupations

Entry Level Salary

Mean Level Salary

Experience Level Salary

Computer Hardware Engineers

$ 54,944

$ 83,298

$ 95,474

Electronics Engineering Technicians

$ 32,296

$ 47,267

$ 54,751

Electrical and Electronics Repairers

$ 28,241

$ 40,232

$ 46,228

Labor Statistics: National: Source: US Department of Labor-Bureau of Labor Statistics (some information not available)  

Computer Hardware Engineers

 

$ 85,540

 

Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians

 

$ 48,710

 

Electrical and Electronics Repairers

 

$ 37,640

 



AS Degrees:
2204 Simulation and Robotics Technology
  (68 credit hours)
Data compiled from local industries

Occupations

Salary

Technical Specialist I

$ 24,586 to 28,098

Technical Specialist II

$ 30,389 to 34,730

Technical Specialist III

$ 37,253 to 42,575

Technical Specialist IV

$ 52,499 to 59,999

Technician I

$ 25,428 to 29,061

Technician II

$ 33,259 to 38,011

Technician III

$ 39,270 to 44,880

Technician IV

$ 40,737 to 46,556

Technician V

$ 47,882 to 54,722

Technician VI

$ 48,901 to 55,887

Technician VII

$ 56,732 to 64,83

Revised April 2007

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Q.  How much does it cost to take a class?
Click here to get the latest figures or call 386.506.3059 to get the recent tution fee information.

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Q. Can I be get federal aid if I want to take a class?
Yes, you can get federal assistance. You have to apply for financial aid at our Financial Aid department.

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Q.  Can I take some classes to upgrade my skills? I already have a degree.
Yes, upto 15 hours 

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Q.  I would like to know a little more about computers. Do you offer some basic computer classes?
Yes,

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Q.  I am in the Computer Support Specialist program? I don’t see the EEV classes from the website. What do I do and what classes do I take?
You can take some college credit classes that would substitute for your EEV classes. These are some substitutes for the EEV classes. You can also talk to Mr. Pivec(Assistant Chairperson) or Mr. Paul (Chairperson) to get class substitution at the end of you degree completion.

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Q.  Do you offer a computer repair class?
Yes,

You can take the A++ certification test after completing the class. Please come by the Computer Science Department or call 386.506.3087 to pick up a discount certificate.

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Q. Does the College assist me in finding a job?
Yes, we have career placement department and coop/internship programs that can help in job placement.  

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Q. I have taken a class in some other college. Do I get credit transferred from that class and how do I do that?
Yes. Have your official transcript send to our Records department. You can also call Mr. Paul at 386.506.3324 if you have more questions. 

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Q. I have to take CET 1036C. I don’t see the class in the website. Are you not offering the class anymore?
Yes, we offer the class.
The class was a 6 credit hour class. It is now broken down into two parts EET1011 with EET1011L (no prerequisite) and EET1021 with CET1021L (EET 1011 and MAC1105 are the prerequisites)

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Q. According to my schedule, I am supposed to take CET 1153C, I don’t find it any more. What do I do?
CET 1153C is no longer offered.
You can take CGS2100 which would substitute for CET 1153C. If you have more questions, you can talk to either Mr.Pivec (Assistant Chair, 386.506.4134) or Mr. Paul (Chairperson, 386.506.3324) for course substitution.  

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Q.  Can I take some classes to upgrade my skills? I already have a degree.
Yes, you can talk to the Assistant Chairperson or the Chairperson for more specific information and suggestions.  

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Q. I have been already working in the industry in the networking field. I want to take some advance classes to get certified. Can I take some networking classes? What do I need to take?
Yes, It depends on what kind of skill set do you have. You can talk to Mr. Pintello (Assistant Chair, 386.789.7318) or Mr. Paul (Department Chair, 386.506.3324) for more clarification.  

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Q. What computer programs do you have?
http://www.daytonastate.edu/comp_sci

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Q. I would like to learn how to put up my webpage for myself and my personal business. Do you offer a class that will teach me those skills?
Yes, we offer a class "Introduction to Web Programming", CGS2820, No prerequisites. The introduction to web programming class would teach you the skills to create your own web page .

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Q. I am in the Simulation Technology program. I am not finding the classes that I need to graduate. What do I do?
Please talk to Mr. Pivec (Assistant Chair, 386.506.4134) or Mr. Paul (Chairperson, 386.506.3324) for course substitutes. 

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Q. Do you offer online classes?
Yes, we do. Click here Choose Online for "Select an Instructional Method type to search:" and choose the correct semester to view a list of online classes. 

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Q. I want to continue with Daytona State's new BAS program. What classes do I need to take to transition to the BAS program?
You can directly transition to our new BAS program. Make an appointment with Dr. Eileen Hamby at 386.506.3939 and she will map out the classes that you need to take to continue on to the BAS degree program. 

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Q. Do you offer classes that corresponds to some industry certificates?
Following are the list of classes that corresponds to the industry certifications

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CourseNumber

Course Name

Corresponding Industry Certificates

A+ Hardware

CompTIA A+ Hardware

A+ Software

CompTIA A+ Software

Network Plus

CompTIA Network+/CISCO CCCNA(part)

Advance Cisco Router Configuration

CISCO CCNA (part)

Cisco Wide Area Network (WAN)

CISCO CCNA (part)

Fundamentals of Network Security

CompTIA Security+

Linux System Administration

CompTIA Linux+

Microsoft Windows Professional

Microsoft MCSA Exam #70-720

Managing & Maintaining Windows Network Environment

Microsoft MCSA Exam #70-290

Implementing, Managing & Mainitainig Windows Network Infrastructure

Microsoft MCSA Exam #70-291

Designing Windows Network Security

Microsoft MCSA Exam #70-298

Microcomputer Applications

MOUS/MOS core Exam for Word 2003, Excel 2003, Access 2003 & PowerPoint 2003

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Last Updated: 2/12/14