With a Technology Systems Support (TSS) Certificate, you can be a network, telecommunications, and instructional systems support specialist in a wide variety of organizations. The TSS Certificate, combined with an A.A. or A.S. degree, meets the educational requirements for many of the technology-related job classes found in the State of Florida Career Service Classification Plan and the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Standard Occupation Classification.
Students interested in this certificate must possess basic computer skills (e.g., word processing, presentation tool, and Internet skills) and the ability to complete a university-level distance learning course. As you work toward your TSS Certificate, you will develop skills needed to work effectively in telecommunications and networking operations:
The TSS Certificate is an 18-hour program delivered over the WWW. The program includes five courses (see catalog descriptions for each of the following):
Online delivery enables you to take courses in your timeframe—on your schedule. It is possible to complete all program requirements in two to four semesters. If you decide to pursue a degree, you can also incorporate the certificate into either the Information Engineering Technology program or the Interdisciplinary Information Technology, Networking and Telecommunications program.