Students have a variety of options for their careers related to computer information technology at FTCC, from programs that teach them to build mobile applications to the creation of digital art.
Advertising & graphic design. FTCC’s Advertising and Graphic Design Associate Program provides students with the skills needed to illustrate and design logos, advertising and other series of print and digital visual communications to express ideas through typography, images, colors and layouts. To provide. Students have industry-standard software such as Adobe Creative Suite, Webflow, and Figma. Students also have the opportunity to obtain certification for Adobe applications.
Digital media technology and user interface / user experience (UI / UX). This digital media program prepares students for professional opportunities, including digital design and multimedia. Coursework includes 2D and 3D animation, interactive technology, website design, programming, and audio / video editing. Graduates of this program are required to qualify for employment as animators, UI / UX developers, multimedia specialists, and many other new professional opportunities in this expanding area. The UI / UX degree was newly added in the fall of 2021 and includes selected coding and design coursework to improve the user experience of websites and mobile applications.
Simulation and game development. Students interested in FTCC’s Game Development Associates program will acquire the skills to develop video games such as 3D modeling, animation, creative writing and game programming. Graduates of this program are also eligible to work for health and government agencies.
Computer programming and development and mobile application development. To be an effective and successful programmer, you must be able to logically and creatively solve business-related problems for your prospects and employers using the right software and programming languages. Programming languages taught to students include Java, C #, C ++, and Python.
The Mobile Application Development Associate’s Degree Program is intended for anyone interested in becoming a mobile application developer. Coursework includes teaching in both Android and iOS programming languages, including Swift.
Network management and management and cloud management.. Network management and network management programs prepare students to install and support networks and develop strong analytical skills and extensive network knowledge. The course’s work involves hands-on experience with both Cisco, Windows, and Linux operating systems. The FTCC is part of the Cisco Networking Academy program and offers coursework to prepare students for the Cisco CCNA exam. The cloud management program was newly added in the fall of 2021 and includes course work on AWS, Google, and Microsoft Azure.
System security and analysis. The FTCC Cyber Education Center has been designated by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security as the National Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense. This program provides students with the skills they need to evaluate and implement effective and comprehensive information security management. Security analysts monitor, prevent, and stop attacks on your personal data.
FTCC also offers Intelligence research A curriculum designed with a focus on geospatial intelligence to provide students with the skills they need to work in the intelligence profession. The program focuses on cyber defense with industry partners such as Cisco, RedHat, Palo Alto and EC-Council. The program prepares students for numerous industry certifications, including CompTIA Security +, several EC-Council certifications (CE | H and CND), and Palo Alto Certified Network Defender.
PC support and services. IT / PC Support & Services is a program for those who are interested in the work of traditional information technology engineers, such as PC maintenance and repair. The curriculum prepares you to install, operate, and manage a variety of operating systems, from industry standards like Windows to more niche operating systems like Linux. The course’s work includes hands-on experience in troubleshooting PC hardware / software, mobile devices, and various peripherals. Students acquire customer service, problem-solving, communication, and writing skills. Certifications for strengthening an associate degree include CompTIA A + and Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE). Graduates are eligible for entry-level positions in technical support services.