As the world becomes increasingly dependent on instantaneous, on-demand global communication, opportunity exists for those who can keep the lines open and the messages flowing.
From the transfer of voice, video and data for immediate communication to the use of satellite transmissions for video conferencing … from the infrastructure for the Internet to a variety of other distance learning capabilities, telecommunications technology keeps the world connected.
The Telecommunications program at TSTC provides superior instruction in the latest industry-standard telecommunications skills and equipment.
Once thought of as only telephone wiring and switching, this technology encompasses electronics, computers, fiber optics, broadband transmission and new compression technologies. It includes popular alternatives to traditional telephone service, such as cellular telephones and paging services.
What You’ll Do
TSTC’s Star Power Prep
TSTC’s faculty bring to the college years of professional experience in their respective occupations.
Having worked in the field themselves, they know just what employers are seeking and how to equip you with the skills needed to succeed.
Our faculty make individualized instruction a priority in areas of the curriculum such as production operations, field technology, developing new equipment, and the installation and service of existing equipment.
Telecommunications graduates can anticipate outstanding career opportunities with many organizations such as private communications companies, public utilities, railroads and more — almost anywhere in the world.
According to the June 2009 edition of Community College Week magazine, TSTC has conferred more Associate degrees than any other public, two-year college in the nation for engineering-related technologies and technicians. Similarly, we’ve presented more Associate degrees within the category of Communication and Information Sciences and Support Services than any other public, two-year college in the state of Texas.
TSTC is an authorized Fujitsu training site for the Fujitsu Certified Network Professional Installer I & II Training and Certification Program. This program provides multimedia training, which includes in-person instruction, videos, computer-based training and hands-on practice in installing telecommunications equipment in an industry simulation of a central office environment.
Small Class Size
At TSTC, our classes average 20 students to ensure instructors have plenty of time to work with them individually.
Compared to other colleges, TSTC students spend a lot less time in the classroom and much more time in work settings, operating the instruments they will use in their respective fields. Students are engaged more than 60 percent of their time in performing the actual work they will do upon graduation. It’s just one of the many ways TSTC ensures you get the depth of instruction you need to succeed in your Telecommunications career.
TSTC’s strong programs match industry needs, making it easier for graduates to obtain positions when the time comes to move out into the workforce.
Education by employer design! As industry professionals, our advisory committees assist the college in determining the courses you study, providing a valuable advantage. They can ensure that what we teach matches what industry is seeking.
There are compelling reasons why employers are attracted to TSTC graduates:
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