Hey, Jonathan here. If you made it this far you’re genuinely interested in furthering your education. You’re looking to improve yourself, both financially and intellectually, but you may not know what you want to do or what program is right for you. Whether you’re looking to discover that or hey maybe you’re just curious about what Eastern Florida State College has to offer. Either way, sit tight because there are quite a few more, than 100 different degrees and certifications and counting. First up there’s the Bachelor’s of Applied Science degree in organizational management. EFSC’s first BAS degree offers two concentrations, general management and health care management. Now anyone with an A.A. or an A.S. can apply for the BAS degrees and more new degrees are being added every year in fast-growing fields like healthcare, technology, business and public safety. Then there’s the general A.A. degree. The A.A. consists of 60 college credits resulting in an Associates of Arts degree. The A.A. is transferable to a four-year institution for those looking to attain a bachelor’s degree at EFSC or another college or university. The EFSC’s 2+2 program is set up for A.A. students looking to transfer effortlessly to the University of Central Florida or Florida Tech University, but the BAS and general A.A. are not for everyone and EFSC has many other options and career paths. There are A.S. or Associate in Science degrees considered career degrees. These degrees combine general education requirements with specific career oriented classes. They range from nursing RN and veterinary technology degrees to aerospace technology and computer programming and analysis. Check out an option in which you’re interested and fast-track your career. Again an A.S. degree can also be used as a launching off point for the Bachelor of Applied Science degree now offered from EFSC. There are also AAS degrees available. The requirements for an AAS degree are similar to the A.S. degrees, at least 60 credits with some general education courses. There are ATD degrees as well. These are like shorter versions of A.S. and AAS degrees. Fewer classes in general education and quicker to get through and get working but you don’t come out with an associate’s degree when you finish. College credit certificates or CCC’s are available for a variety of different pursuits, ranging from alternative energy system specialists to photography. Finally PSAV or post-secondary adult vocational certificates are offered at the skilled employee level to enhance skills or prepare you for a specific career. Among the available PSAV certificates you’ll find welding technology, cosmetology, corrections, automotive services and a lot more. Well if you go to the degrees and certificates page on the Eastern Florida State website you’ll see a list of all available degrees and certificates. Find the one that’s right for you and get your future started today.