While the computing field is one of the fastest growing segments of industry, it is also one of the fastest changing areas technologically. Computing professionals’ education does not stop with the college degree, but continues with seminars, conferences, and advanced courses and training. In computer theory and applications, new ideas are developed every day. Success requires an ongoing commitment to learning to maintain knowledge, skills and career opportunities.
Daytona State College is the perfect place to start preparing for a career in the computer science and information technology fields. With more than a dozen programs from which to choose, you can be sure to get started on the right track.
Most programs also are transferable, allowing you to advance your studies to higher levels, including the Daytona State College Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, which you can earn in only two years after completing your associate of science degree. Daytona State College also has articulation agreements with other four-year institutions that will apply your AS degree credits toward a bachelor’s degree.
For more information visit the Computer Science website.
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