As long as we have a society, we will need people who are trained in criminal justice. A degree in criminal justice opens up a wide variety of occupational doors. Criminal Justice students at Florida Technical College may obtain careers as police officers, security guards, corrections officers, detectives, and loss prevention managers, among other things. Many choose to continue their education for managerial promotion opportunities in public administration, law enforcement, probation and parole, and corrections. A degree in criminal justice may lead you to a career! What can I do with a degree in Criminal Justice? If you’re interested in […]
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Keeping up with the latest technology trends, Canvas is now releasing its new design. Don’t worry, the platform will continue working as always. You’re going to love its new look!
The Dashboard is the first thing you see when you log into Canvas. This tutorial will show you how to navigate across all your courses.
Learn about the three main components of the Canvas user interface: the Dashboard, Global Navigation, and Sidebar. This video will provide you with an overview of the global navigation menu.
Flexible Class Schedules: How FTC Supports Its Students Pop culture movies make it seem like every college student is a fresh-faced teenager just out of high school. But in the real world, student bodies are becoming more and more diverse. The majority of students (63%) are over age 25. The median number of children per college student is one and when it comes to handle school life and personal life, having flexible class schedules options is the number one priority. Education becomes even more important as you age; it can unlock doors that allow you to create new career paths or advance […]
Medical Coding and Billing: 4 Common Myths around these professions There are a lot of misconceptions concerning medical coding and billing since over the years, this industry has gained a lot of popularity. Here are some of the most common myths: Myth #1: There is only medical knowledge and material involved. Medical coding and billing professionals must have a good knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and common diseases, among others. That is true; however, they must also need to know about: insurance policies coding guidelines HIPPA regulations have good math skills be detail oriented and organized Medical coding and billing professionals must […]
Get Started in a Career in Medical Billing and Coding! Not so many years ago, one of the only paths to a college diploma was to commit to four years as a full-time student who most likely resided and attended classes on campus. We all take different paths in life; many people find employment right after high school, perhaps hoping one day to go back and earn a college degree. Fortunately, today there isn’t just one way to pursue that education—there are many and if you decide to start a career in medical billing and coding, FTC programs offers programs designed […]
Get Your Networking Degree Without Leaving Your House Networking Degree: The statistics U.S. News & World Report ranks a career as a computer systems administrator 8th in its list of best technology jobs, and 31st on the list of best jobs in any field. A Robert Half Technology survey found that 57% of technology executives said that network administration is one of the most in-demand skill sets in their IT departments. With a high median salary ($74,000) and a low unemployment rate (just 0.3%), this is the industry to get into if you want to change the course of your […]
In the first quarter of 2014, 78% of the U.S. population bought something online. Digital commerce is growing at a rate of 15%, and billions of dollars are spent on products and services every year. Online degrees are the future of business so what better forum is there for business education?
Get Your Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice Now! The ‘traditional’ college student – fresh out of high school and ready to take the leap from parent’s house to dorm room – isn’t actually traditional at all anymore. Only 15% of undergrads attend four-year colleges and live on campus. Today’s students are much more diverse, and at Florida Technical College, we’re here to accommodate those changing needs.