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2018-2019 Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Information Technology Education and Digital Media Technology


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Program Director Jorge Ibanez
Program Advisor Omar Jennings
Academic Assistant Blanca Betances
Course Curriculum Coordinator Eric Flagg, Digital Media
Faculty E. Drake, M.J. Frederick, W. Lindberg, S. Mansfield, L. McCarty, J. Nichols, D. Reid, M. Shaboz, P. West

The Information Technology Education programs prepare students to enter careers in the field of computer and information systems as Internet programmers, IT security, network technologists, website developers and graphic designers. All programs are performance-based and include extensive hands-on training using state-of-the-art technology.

The Information Technology Education Associate in Science degree programs offer students practical training in computer skills and applications products commonly used in the commercial computer and graphic design environments, in-depth knowledge of current systems technology, experience with current software development techniques, skills in related business activities and a firm foundation in communications and General Education areas.

The lab facilities at Santa Fe College include dedicated computer science instructional labs and an open lab with state-of-the-art networked microcomputer workstations. The college is connected to the Internet, and all students have email accounts for added communications with instructors, administrators and peers.

A college-sponsored organization, the Graphic Design Student Association, is open to all students interested in graphic design. Members participate in many professional development and public service activities throughout the year. The club provides opportunities for students to use their design skills to work on community projects. It also sponsors guest speakers, field trips, and professional networking. Contact the Digital Media Technology office in Building N, room 309, 352-395-5579, for information.

The Information Technology Education Department has student advisors to provide information about the programs, courses, program admission and registration. Students interested in Internet Services Technology or Networking should call 352-395-5839 for an appointment.

Programs

    Associate in ScienceCertificate

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