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Associate in Science Degrees

What Is An A.S. Degree?

An Associate in Science (A.S.) is a two-year degree that leads to careers in competitive fields right after graduation. Unlike an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree that helps you transfer into a Bachelor's degree program, an A.S. builds in-demand STEM and workforce skills.

 

Cyber A.S. Degrees

Two scientists building a robotic hand.Applied Artificial Intelligence

The Applied Artificial Intelligence program prepares students with the technical knowledge and skills needed for a career in the Information Technology field. The program covers artificial intelligence (AI) tools and their real-world applications, the fundamentals of AI, and ethics as relevant to the design and implementation of AI. Explore AI

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Applied Artificial Intelligence careers is $76,000 - $107,000.

Cyber Operations

Hands over keyboard and locks and AI designs in the background.Cybersecurity Operations is a 60-credit-hour program that teaches students how to become the first line of defense by monitoring, detecting, and analyzing security breaches and working with other team members to respond and mitigate security-type events. Explore Cyber

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Cybersecurity Operations in Florida is $86,000 - $139,000.

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Gaming A.S. Degrees

An artist designing a game character.Animation and Game Art

The Animation and Game Art program provides instruction in the skills necessary for becoming a game artist. Careers in this field are responsible for creating the visual elements that comprise a video game’s aesthetic appeal and atmosphere. Their functions often include designing characters, environments, objects, and visual effects that align with the game's narrative and gameplay mechanics. Explore Animation and Game Art

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Animation and Game Art careers is $42,000 - $59,000.

Game Design Development

A programmer coding a video game.Game Development and Design focuses on video game programming, instructing students in various aspects of game development, including gameplay mechanics, programming language, user interfaces, artificial intelligence, audio, and graphics. Game programmers collaborate closely with designers, artists, and other team members to implement features, fix bugs, and optimize game performance. Explore Game Design Development

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Game Development and Design in Florida is $67,000 - $85,000.

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Public Safety A.S. Degrees

Employees working together in computer lab.Computer Crimes

The Computer Crimes program prepares students for careers in corporate computer security investigation and similar careers in law enforcement and crime laboratories. Students will obtain skills in researching, investigating, computer software, interpreting laws, and using the internet as an investigative tool. The program is designed to provide municipal, county, state, federal and corporate investigators in the latest techniques of modern computer crime investigation. Explore Computer Crimes

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Computer Crimes careers is $70,000 - 97,000.

Crime Scene Technology

A scientist analyzing evidenceThis program prepares students for employment in the field of criminalistics with a specialty in Crime Scene Technology. Careers in this field include Crime Scene Technician, Crime Scene Photographer, Fingerprint Examiner and Classification Specialist, and Crime Scene Unit Supervisor. Crime Scene Technologists can be employed by state attorneys' offices, public defender offices, medical examiner offices, law firms and private industry. Explore Crime Scene Technology

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Crime Scene Technology careers is $56,000 - 83,000.

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Construction A.S. Degrees

Four people in safety vests walking onto a building construction siteBuilding Construction Management

To prepare students for a career in the construction industry as foreman, superintendent, assistant superintendent, assistant project manager, estimator, building inspector, or expeditor. Explore Building Construction Management

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Building Construction Management in Florida is $52,000 - $100,000.

Construction Management Technology

Two construction workers looking at a work site with a digital interface visible in the air in front of them.This program prepares students for employment as construction project managers/engineers, estimators, superintendents, schedulers, expeditors, or purchasing agents. Explore Construction Management Technology

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Construction Management Technology in Florida is $109,000 - $120,000.

Energy Management and Controls

 Man in safety vest and hard hat walking through factory inspecting the building.The Energy Management and Controls Technology A.S. degree prepares students for careers as building automation operators, energy engineers, and commercial and industrial designers. The program covers commercial HVAC and building automation systems, programming, and installation, as well as troubleshooting automation and control systems and automated electrical systems. Explore Energy Management

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Energy Management and Controls Technology Careers in Florida is $67,500 - $120,000.

Engineering Technology

Blueprints and hardhats on a table in front of people wearing safety vests.The Engineering Technology, A.S. degree prepares students for the challenging, but highly-regarded careers of industrial machinery mechanics; general and operations managers; production and operation worker supervisors; and supervisors of mechanics, installers and repairers. Explore Engineering Technology

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Engineering Technology Careers in Florida is $52,000 - $68,000.

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Transportation A.S. Degrees

Collage of trucking, shipping, and tradingSupply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management is a 60-credit hour program that prepares students for transportation, distribution, and logistics careers. Students will learn standard operating procedures, negotiation techniques, planning, organizing, and accounting concepts, purchasing, sustainability, warehousing, project management, quality control, import/export, and asset management theory. Explore Supply Chain Management

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Supply Chain Management in Florida is $180,000.

Unmanned Vehicle System Operations

Drone flying over a neighborhood.Students study the spectrum of the industry, including hazardous operations, government regulations, surveillance, data collection, and the engineering aspects of Unmanned Systems. The degree qualifies students as subject matter experts in data collection, retrieval, editing, display, and delivery. Explore Unmanned Vehicle Operations

Median Salaries in Florida: The median salary for Unmanned Vehicle Systems Operation in Florida is $46,000 - $115,000.

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A.S. Scholarships

There are over 300 scholarships available at TSC, and 70% of our students graduate debt-free. When you complete the TSC Scholarship Application will be matched to available scholarships in which you meet the minimum criteria and can be considered for multiple scholarships. 

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