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Cloud Computing

El Camino’s cloud computing certificate programs set you on track to work in a variety of jobs right after graduation. They’re accessible, affordable paths to a rewarding, high-growth career.

Our cloud computing certificate of achievement and certificate accomplishment with Amazon Web Services (AWS) take just 12 months to complete.

Cloud computing, which delivers vast data capacity to organizations without requiring on-site servers, is widely considered one of the biggest growth areas in technology today. We’ll help you navigate this exciting career.

$850
Approximate cost for an El Camino College cloud computing certificate.
$98K
Careers associated with this program have a salary range from $42,000 to $194,000. with an average salary of $98,000.
12.2%
Career opportunities for this program are expected to grow 12.2% nationwide from 2016 to 2026.

Choose a Degree Designed to Prepare You for a Career

Most El Camino cloud computing students want to start their careers as soon as possible. We provide the training and skills you need to be successful.

Certificates

This certificate prepares you to work with computer networks in a variety of workplaces from private companies to government agencies. Gain marketable skills and the certification needed for in-demand jobs.

  • Learn about AWS cloud solutions, including programming, cloud computing and its supporting infrastructure.
  • Discover learning paths dealing with big data, security, and networking.
  • Understand industry software applications, cyber applications, and network security to effectively analyze business problems and communicate decisions.
  • Explore AWS and learn how to utilize existing or develop new core business solutions.
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This certificate prepares you to work with computer networks in a variety of workplaces from private companies to government agencies. Gain marketable skills and the certification needed for in-demand jobs in less than six months.

  • Take AWS classes focusing on topics such as cloud computing, data storage, compute engines, and security.
  • Survey industry trends and careers associated with cloud computing.
  • Analyze the economics of cloud computing.
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Pursue an Entry-Level Job in Cloud Computing

After graduation, you may enter the industry in an entry-level position or continue your education and training for career advancement. We’ll help you identify the career options best for you.

  • Work in a wide range of positions such as operational support engineer, cloud software engineer, system integrator, cloud developer, and AWS solutions architect.
  • Enroll as a high school student through dual enrollment and earn both high school and college credit; pay no enrollment fees!
  • Careers associated with this program have a salary range from $42,000 to $194,000 with an average salary of $98,000.

Participate in Academic and Career Opportunities

Connect with area workplaces and practice as you learn.

  • Gain access to AWS Educate for:
    • AWS Promotional Credits for use with real-world, project-based assignments;
    • Instructional content and activities;
    • Micro-credentials; and
    • Entry to the AWS Educate Jobs Board.
  • Participate in professional development opportunities.
  • Attend career development workshops and AWS training.
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