COMPLETE IN 10 MONTHS
- Web designer
- Social Media Manager
- Keyboarding and business skills
- Computer and business skills
- Computing for college and careers
- Introduction to information technology
- Foundations of web design
- Web scripting fundamentals
- Media integration essentials
- E-Commerce & marketing essentials
- Interactivity essentials
- User interface design
|Program Number||Program Title||Program Length|
|OTA0040||Information Technology Assistant||150 Hours|
Web Design Foundations
Web Interface Design
Web Media Integration
- Take the Tests of Adult Basic Skills (TABE) and attend orientation.
- Schedule an appointment for an interview with Ms. Mary Barone at (754) 321-5840.
- Enroll in ABE/AAAE remedial classes, if necessary.
- Have acceptable scores on the TABE: 9.0 in Reading, 9.0 in Math, 9.0 in Language on the “Difficult” level.
- Complete the FAFSA application online, if needed, and meet with a Financial Aid Advisor.
- Register for the Web Development course.
Total Program Length: 1050 Hours/Hybrid
Students enrolled in distant and/or hybrid courses should have daily access to a computer with internet and must have a valid e-mail address that they check daily. Additionally, students should have all necessary hardware and software components required by their technology program or adult education course.
Classroom (Face to Face) Time – 8:30am – 12:30pm AND two hours online M – F
Distance (Enrollment in August only) 100% Online M – F
|FL Resident Tuition||Out of State Tuition||Registration, Activity, Lab, Test, Insurance, and Trust Fees||Books, Supplies||Industry Certification & State Credential Exam Costs||FL Resident Total||Out of State Total|
Industry Certifications Available:
Students will be prepared to take an approved state and/or nationally recognized industry certification or licensure exam in their field of study.
Rachel Victor, Certified School Counselor
(754) 321-5753 or [email protected]
*Prices are subject to change without notice. Florida residents must bring two types of identification as proof of residency.