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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Advanced Manufacturing CAD Certificate

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The certificate provides an understanding of graphical communications, including sketching, computer-aided drafting, and parametric modeling.

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Basic Manufacturing CAD Certificate

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The course provides a basic understanding of the preparation, principles and standards used in Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) along with the skills to operate the CAD driven cutters.

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Drafting CAD Certificate

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This program prepares graduates for an entry-level position in the career field of drafting through instruction in the use of industry recognized drafting technologies. The content for this program is developed with support from an industry advisory committee to allow students the opportunity to gain work force entry-level skills. This program offers students to meet career objectives by focusing on standards, drafting practices and skill development in the use of computer assisted drafting (CAD).

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Drafting CAD Technology, A.A.S.

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This program prepares graduates for an entry-level position in the career field of drafting through instruction in the use of industry recognized drafting technologies. The content for this program is developed with support from an industry advisory committee to allow students the opportunity to gain work force entry-level skills. This program offers students to meet career objectives by focusing on standards, drafting practices and skill development in the use of computer assisted drafting (CAD).

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HVAC Technician

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Certificate

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Provides the student with the essential skills required for entry-level employees in the air conditioning and refrigeration industry. Training in various aspects of air conditioning and refrigeration include trouble-shooting, maintenance, repair and servicing of A/C units, related electrical controlling devices, motors, and safety factors concerning the use of various refrigerants. Program curriculum is aligned with National Center for Construction Education Research standardized national skills standards for the construction trades.

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Air Conditioning, A.A.S.

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Provides the student with the essential skills required to enter this fast-growing field which includes both heating and cooling. The student attains the technical knowledge associated with each type of refrigeration system, their uses, and their controlling devices. This program includes troubleshooting, maintenance, motors, as well as study of related electrical controlling devices and safety related to the use of refrigerants.

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Basic Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Service Technician Certificate

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Provides the student with the essential skills required of an entry-level employee in the air conditioning and refrigeration industry. Training in various aspects of air conditioning and refrigeration include trouble-shooting, maintenance, repair and servicing of A/C units, related electrical controlling devices, motors and safety factors concerning the use of various refrigerants. Program curriculum is aligned with National Center for Construction Education Research standardized national skills standards for the construction trades.

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Electrician

Basic Electrical Certificate

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Graduates will demonstrate basic knowledge in electrical wiring that will prepare them to obtain an entry-level position within the field and critical thinking skills in AWC’s General Education focus areas.

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Plumber

Basic Plumbing Certificate

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Provides graduates with the essential skills required of an entry level employee in the plumbing industry. This program is certified with the National Association of Home Builders through the Home Builders Institute and encompasses the National Skills Standards for the Construction Trades.

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Plumbing Technology Certificate

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Provides the student with the essential skills required of an entry-level employee in the Plumbing industry. Program curriculum is aligned with National Center for Construction Education Research standardized national skills standards for the construction trades.

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Plumbing, A.A.S.

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Provides the student with the essential skills required of an entry-level employee in the plumbing industry. Program curriculum is aligned with National Center for Construction Education Research standardized national skills standards for the construction trades.

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Welder

Welding Certificate

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In industrial manufacturing, the practice of joining and severing metals is a science and an art which requires combined knowledge and skills in a variety of industrial/technical fields. The welding faculty offers a selection of technology courses and programs that prepare the individual for entry level in a welding career. The curriculum offers a variety of ways in which students can realize their training and educational goals. Student needs are matched with the appropriate sequence of course work within one of the following: specialized single course, the certificate program, or the A.A.S. program. The content and instruction within welding centers on the “traditional” welding processes and practices of oxyacetylene welding and cutting, shielded metal arc (stick), gas tungsten arc (Tig-Heliarc), gas metal arc (MIG), as well as the “non-traditional” processes of plasma arc, resistance welding, fluxed core arc, submerged arc, and electron beam. Participation in, and completion of, the different sequences of instruction within the welding department prepares the individual for a rewarding career in metal fabrication, maintenance, education, supervision, sales and service, as well as many other opportunities associated with welding technology.

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Welding Certificate of Proficiency GMAW FCAW Plate Certificate

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Graduates will demonstrate (1) basic knowledge in the welding field required of an entry level employee in the industry and (2) critical thinking skills in AWC’s General Education focus areas.

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Welding Certificate of Proficiency SMAW Certificate

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Graduates will demonstrate skills in (1) basic knowledge in the welding field required of an entry level employee in the industry and (2) critical thinking skills in AWC’s General Education focus areas.

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Welding Entry Level 1 Certificate

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Provides students opportunity to develop entry level skills for certification and employment in welding.

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Welding, A.A.S.

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In industrial manufacturing, the practice of joining and severing metals is a science and an art which requires combined knowledge and skills in a variety of industrial/technical fields. The welding faculty offers a selection of technology courses and programs that prepare the individual for entry level in a welding career. The curriculum offers a variety of ways in which students can realize their training and educational goals. Student needs are matched with the appropriate sequence of course work within one of the following: specialized single course, the certificate program, or the A.A.S. program. The content and instruction within welding centers on the “traditional” welding processes and practices of oxyacetylene welding and cutting, shielded metal arc (stick), gas tungsten arc (Tig-Heliarc), gas metal arc (MIG), as well as the “non-traditional” processes of plasma arc, resistance welding, fluxed core arc, submerged arc, and electron beam. Participation in, and completion of, the different sequences of instruction within the welding department prepares the individual for a rewarding career in metal fabrication, maintenance, education, supervision, sales and service, as well as many other opportunities associated with welding technology.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Brakes and Suspension Certificate

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Successful completion of the required courses for this certificate signifies to potential or current employers that the student has completed the steps necessary in obtaining an entry level position as a general or specialized technician.

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Automotive Computer Fundamentals Engine Performance and Diagnostics Certificate

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Successful completion of the required courses for this certificate signifies to potential or current employers that the student has completed the steps necessary in obtaining an entry level position as a general or specialized technician.

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Automotive Electrical and Air Conditioning Systems Certificate

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Successful completion of the required courses for this certificate signifies to potential or current employers that the student has completed the steps necessary in obtaining an entry level position as a general or specialized technician.

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Automotive Powertrains Certificate

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Successful completion of the required courses for this certificate signifies to potential or current employers that the student has completed the steps necessary in obtaining an entry level position as a general or specialized technician.

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Automotive Technology Certificate

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Successful completion of the required courses for this certificate signifies to potential or current employers that the student has completed the steps necessary in obtaining an entry level position as a general or specialized technician. Student will be able to apply for and take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification examinations.

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Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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Recognizing that a successful career in automotive technology involves much more than the mechanical ability to replace parts, this program is for the individual who has the ability and aptitude to become a skilled automotive technician. Students gain competency in a variety of automotive systems which enables them to diagnose and perform corrective procedures accurately. In addition, students receive advanced technical education procedures on many vehicle components to keep them abreast of current changes in the automotive industry. This program is certified through the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). When completing the automotive training the student will be able to apply for and take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification examinations. Student-supplied safety glasses are required.

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Manufacturing Industry

Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Basic Manufacturing Certificate

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Provides graduates with the essential skills required of an entry-level worker to maintain, repair or replace industrial valves and pumps in the commercial industry setting.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Electrical for Manufacturing Certificate

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This certificate provides an introduction to basic electrical principles, circuits and measurements. It also gives an overview of the principles and applications of components, control circuits, diagrams, PLC architecture/programming and troubleshooting.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electrical Technology Certificate

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Prepares students for an entry-level position in the construction trades industry. This program provides opportunities for students to learn to install, maintain, and repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures in accordance with relevant codes. Program curriculum is aligned with National Center for Construction Education Research standardized national skills standards for the construction trades.

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Electrical Technology, A.A.S.

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Provides graduates with essential skills required of an entry-level employee in the construction trades industry. This program encompasses the national skills standards for the construction trades.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Industrial Technology, A.A.S.

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Graduates will demonstrate (1) basic knowledge in industrial technology that will prepare them to obtain an entry-level position within the field and (2) critical thinking skills in AWC General Education focus areas. The program will prepare the individual for entry level employment in a broad range of career fields. Students are instructed in the processes and practices involved in the areas of industrial graphics, technical writing, robotic welding applications, and occupational safety. Competencies related to critical thinking skills in AWC General Education focus areas are embedded.

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Healthcare Industry

Radiology Technician

Computed Tomography Certificate

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This certificate is appropriate for technologists wishing to enter the field of CT imaging who have no previous CT experience as well as technologists who have worked in CT without extensive formal training. It allows them to meet the new requirements for ARRT Certification, clinical practice for documentation of 125 exams and 16 hours of structured educational classes.

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Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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Radiologic Technology prepares the graduate for a career in diagnostic medical imaging. The Associate in Applied Science degree prepares graduates for application to the certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The radiologic technologist may secure employment in hospitals, clinics, and other health care agencies. Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program requires a separate application procedure. Students are encouraged to meet with a program advisor within the department. Admission to and graduation from the program does not guarantee certification by the ARRT. Under the guidelines of the ARRT a felony conviction can cause the applicant to be denied certification. Applicants are encouraged to contact the ARRT to petition and submit documents pertinent to an existing felony conviction prior to making application to the program.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Certificate

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This program provides an understanding of front and back office skills to prepare the student for direct employment in a medical practice setting.

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Medical Assistant, A.A.S.

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This program will provide students with a working knowledge of front and back office skills to prepare the student for direct employment in a medical practice setting, as well as the general education courses required for completion of Applied Associate of Science.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Assistant Certificate

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This course prepares the learner for taking the state examination to become a certified nursing assistant. The Arizona State Board of Nursing requires evidence of citizenship or nationality for state certification (CNA). Fingerprints needed to take the licensure exam.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing Practical Certificate

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This program is designed to offer students in the A.A.S. degree nursing program an exit option upon completion of the first two semesters of that program. Those desiring to earn this certificate are required to successfully complete a summer course, NUR 123. Students are also eligible after successful completion of the 3rd semester. They are then eligible to take the NCLEX-PN and to apply to the Arizona State Board of Nursing for licensure as a practical nurse. Fingerprinting will be required for licensure.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Computer Graphics, A.A.S.

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The program is designed to provide the underpinning graphics training needed for a wide variety of graphics professions: graphic designers, illustrators, desktop publishing specialists, production artists, multimedia specialists, digital photographers, computer artists, and web designers. This program focuses on both industry standard software training and design theory.

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Media Arts Certificate

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This program is designed not only to provide a foundation in basic media arts course work, but also to allow students to select an area of emphasis: photography, broadcasting, graphic arts, journalism, or television production.

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Media Arts, A.A.S.

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This program is designed not only to provide a foundation in basic media arts course work, but also to allow students to select an area of emphasis: photography, broadcasting, graphic arts, journalism, or television production.

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AV Technician

Television Production, A.A.S.

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Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree – prepares students to obtain an entry-level position in television, production companies, and media related fields and provides a practical experience in the use of professional equipment in a television studio.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Computer Information Systems Certification

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Computer Information Systems – prepares you for an entry-level position as a computer programmer, systems analyst, or database administrator. Courses may also transfer to NAU-Yuma toward a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Technology.

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Computer Information Systems Certification

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Computer Information Systems – prepares you for an entry-level position as a computer programmer, systems analyst, or database administrator. Courses may also transfer to NAU-Yuma toward a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Technology.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Systems – prepares you for an entry-level position as a computer programmer, systems analyst, or database administrator. Courses may also transfer to NAU-Yuma toward a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Technology.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Systems – prepares you for an entry-level position as a computer programmer, systems analyst, or database administrator. Courses may also transfer to NAU-Yuma toward a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Technology.

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Informatics- Digital Design Certificate

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Provides graduates with the essential skills required of an entry-level employee in information systems.

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Graduates will demonstrate basic knowledge in digital design.

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Informatics- Software Development/Information Management Certificate

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Program Purpose:
Provides graduates with the essential skills required of an entry-level employee in information systems.

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Graduates will demonstrate basic knowledge in information management and software development.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Information Systems Certification

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Computer Information Systems – prepares you for an entry-level position as a computer programmer, systems analyst, or database administrator. Courses may also transfer to NAU-Yuma toward a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Technology.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Systems – prepares you for an entry-level position as a computer programmer, systems analyst, or database administrator. Courses may also transfer to NAU-Yuma toward a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Technology.

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Informatics, A.A.S.

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This degree focuses on computers, computing problems and solutions, and applications to a variety of database situations, preparing the student for jobs, such as Research Analyst, Information Specialist, Clinical Informatics, Technical Support Engineer, and Business Systems Analyst. The education and training will allow the students to enter the field at the entry-level position and, in some cases, mid-level positions in the field.

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Database Administrator

Computer Information Systems Certification

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Computer Information Systems – prepares you for an entry-level position as a computer programmer, systems analyst, or database administrator. Courses may also transfer to NAU-Yuma toward a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Technology.

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Computer Information Systems Certification

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Computer Information Systems – prepares you for an entry-level position as a computer programmer, systems analyst, or database administrator. Courses may also transfer to NAU-Yuma toward a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Technology.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Systems – prepares you for an entry-level position as a computer programmer, systems analyst, or database administrator. Courses may also transfer to NAU-Yuma toward a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Technology.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Systems – prepares you for an entry-level position as a computer programmer, systems analyst, or database administrator. Courses may also transfer to NAU-Yuma toward a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Technology.

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Data Security Management

Computer Security Certification

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Computer Security – computer security is a critical part of modern business strategy. This certificate will develop a knowledge of Information Security and methodologies that contribute to participate success in the Information Security and Assurance workforce. You will learn topics such as Information Technology risks, vulnerabilities, and protection requirements for new and emerging technologies.

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Informatics, A.A.S.

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This degree focuses on computers, computing problems and solutions, and applications to a variety of database situations, preparing the student for jobs, such as Research Analyst, Information Specialist, Clinical Informatics, Technical Support Engineer, and Business Systems Analyst. The education and training will allow the students to enter the field at the entry-level position and, in some cases, mid-level positions in the field.

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Informatics, A.A.S.

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This degree focuses on computers, computing problems and solutions, and applications to a variety of database situations, preparing the student for jobs, such as Research Analyst, Information Specialist, Clinical Informatics, Technical Support Engineer, and Business Systems Analyst. The education and training will allow the students to enter the field at the entry-level position and, in some cases, mid-level positions in the field.

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Informatics- Cyber Operations Certificate

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Provides graduates with the essential skills required of an entry-level employee in information systems.

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Graduates will demonstrate basic knowledge in information systems.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Informatics- System Administration Certificate

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Provides graduates with the essential skills required of an entry-level employee in information systems.

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Graduates will demonstrate basic knowledge in information systems.

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Networking Certificate

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The computer networking certificate is appropriate for students who want to obtain an entry-level position in network administration for a business, government agency, or nonprofit organizations. The program provides hands-on training in state-of-the art computer technology. With appropriate choice of courses, the majority of this certificate may be completed while pursuing the Associate of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Certificate

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Designed to prepare the student for a career in food service in the following areas: restaurants, resorts, catering, hospitals, cruise ships, television shows, and food processing companies. Students will develop creative food preparation and presentation. Volunteer placement is available for students who wish to continue training before entering the job market.

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Culinary Arts, A.A.S.

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Students will develop more advanced skills necessary to compete for a position in a restaurant, school, hospital, or nursing facility. In addition, the student would be capable of pursuing the option of developing a restaurant, catering business or personal chef career. Students will be required to obtain a ServSafe Managers card and become certified through the American Culinary Federation as a CC, (Certified Culinarian).

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Public Service Industry

Criminal Investigator

Cyber Criminology Certificate

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Victimization through the Internet is becoming more prevalent as cyber criminals have developed effective ways to remain anonymous. Cyber criminology explores Internet Crimes and Criminal Behavior of today's interface of computer science, Internet science, and criminology. Classification and types of Computer Crimes and the legal considerations in collecting and analyzing computer evidence is essential in the investigation and prosecution. Constitutional restrictions including but not limited to privacy and searches and seizures play an important role in the world of cybercriminology.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education Certificate

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For students who wish to have basic knowledge in early childhood education. The certificate can work with an existing degree in another area of education or related fields.

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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This program is for students contemplating careers in early childhood education and for individuals employed in day care, Head Starts, at risk preschools, or other early childhood environments. Student must obtain TB test, a background and fingerprint check before entering any field placement.

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Family Childcare Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential Certificate

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This program is designed for those individuals who wish to earn a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential in Family Childcare Education. The CDA training program follows the prescribed criteria set forth by the Council of Professional Recognition based in Washington, D.C. The CDA competencies for this program are as follows: (1) to establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment, (2) to advance physical and intellectual competence, (3) to support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance, (4) to establish positive and productive relationships with families, (5) to ensure a well-run, purposeful program responsive to participant needs, and (6) to maintain a commitment to professionalism.

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Family Childcare Education Certificate

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This program is designed for those individuals who wish to earn a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential in Family Childcare Education. The CDA training program follows the prescribed criteria set forth by the Council of Professional Recognition based in Washington, D.C. The CDA competencies for this program are as follows: (1) to establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment, (2) to advance physical and intellectual competence, (3) to support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance, (4) to establish positive and productive relationships with families, (5) to ensure a well-run, purposeful program responsive to participant needs, and (6) to maintain a commitment to professionalism.

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Infant and Toddler Education Certificate

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This program is designed for those individuals who wish to earn a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential in Infant and Toddler Education. The CDA training program follows the prescribed criteria set forth by the Council of Professional Recognition based in Washington, D.C. The CDA competencies for this program are as follows: (1) to establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment, (2) to advance physical and intellectual competence, (3) to support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance, (4) to establish positive and productive relationships with families, (5) to ensure a well-run, purposeful program responsive to participant needs, and (6) to maintain a commitment to professionalism.

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Infant-Toddler Center-Based Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential Certificate

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This program is designed for those individuals who wish to earn a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential in Infant and Toddler Education. The CDA training program follows the prescribed criteria set forth by the Council of Professional Recognition based in Washington, D.C. The CDA competencies for this program are as follows: (1) to establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment, (2) to advance physical and intellectual competence, (3) to support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance, (4) to establish positive and productive relationships with families, (5) to ensure a well-run, purposeful program responsive to participant needs, and (6) to maintain a commitment to professionalism.

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Preschool Centered-Based Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential Certificate

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This is a highly individualized, competency-based program taught primarily on-site in early childhood settings where students are working with children. The courses are organized around the competencies adopted by the CDA National Credentialing Program. Employment in this area is expected to rise as Head Start and other day care providers are requiring the CDA credential. This program is "open entry/open exit", therefore, students may be enrolled at any time. All courses require permission of instructor. Students, in consultation with the Director of Early Childhood Programs, develop the program of study that prepares for the national credential process. Additional modules may be required to demonstrate competency before a student is scheduled for the assessment process. Students will undergo a background and fingerprint check before entering any of the laboratory courses.

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Preschool Education Certificate

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This is a highly individualized, competency-based program taught primarily on-site in early childhood settings where students are working with children. The courses are organized around the competencies adopted by the CDA National Credentialing Program. Employment in this area is expected to rise as Head Start and other day care providers are requiring the CDA credential. This program is “open entry/open exit,” therefore, students may be enrolled at any time. All courses require permission of instructor. Students, in consultation with the Director of Early Childhood Programs, develop the program of study that prepares for the national credential process. Additional modules may be required to demonstrate competency before a student is scheduled for the assessment process. Students will undergo a background and fingerprint check before entering any of the laboratory courses.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services Paramedic Certificate

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This program is offered for both professionals and community members. Emergency medical classes are available for everything from CPR and first aid to paramedic training. The program offers courses sanctioned by various agencies such as the Arizona Department of Health Services, the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians, the American Heart Association, and the National Safety Council. Students must maintain 80% or higher in each EMS course specified in the program in order to test for state and national certification. Criminal history self disclosure required.

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Emergency Medical Services Paramedic, A.A.S.

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This program is offered for both professionals and community members. Emergency medical classes are available for everything from CPR and first aid to paramedic training. The program offers courses sanctioned by various agencies such as the Arizona Department of Health Services, the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians, the American Heart Association, and the National Safety Council. Students must maintain 80% or higher in each EMS course specified in the program in order to test for state and national certification. Criminal history self disclosure required.

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EMT Basic Certificate

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Designed to prepare individuals for certification as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). Upon successful completion of EMS 152, the student is eligible to take the EMT examination and to apply to the Arizona Department of Health Services, Office of Emergency Medical Services for certification as an EMT. Criminal history self disclosure required.

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Firefighter

Fire Academy Certificate

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Designed to equip students with the knowledge and practical skills necessary for certification as entry-level firefighters. Successful completion with a "B" or higher allows students to sit for the Firefighter 1 and 2 certification examinations as conducted by the Arizona Center for Fire Service Excellence.

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Fire Science, A.A.S.

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Designed for individuals who desire a career in fire science. Beyond being a professional firefighter, the degree will assist in qualifying individuals for related occupations such as building inspector, rescue specialist, and hazardous materials specialist. For the employed firefighter, this degree can be an asset in seeking promotion within fire science.

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Police Officer

Law Enforcement Training Academy Certificate

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This program is offered only to individuals who have met the minimum qualifications for a peace officer applicant as specified by the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (AZPOST). To attend the academy, an individual must either be appointed by a law enforcement agency or through an application process as set forth by the Public Safety Institute. For information regarding the Law Enforcement Training Academy, contact the Public Safety Institute. The Academy is comprised of two semester segments that operate parallel to the academic school year. Background check required.

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Law Enforcement Training, A.A.S.

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Students are attending a state certified police academy and meeting the academic standards and objectives as set forth by the Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training Board.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Studies Certificate

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Preparation for entry level employment in law offices. Provides students with practical legal skills enabling them to draft legal documents. Students are familiarized with fundamental concepts of substantive areas such as torts and business law. Legal theory and related practical applications are integrated throughout the program.

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Paralegal Studies, A.A.S.

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Preparation for entry level employment in law offices. Provides students with practical legal skills enabling them to draft legal documents. Students are familiarized with fundamental concepts of substantive areas such as torts and business law. Legal theory and related practical applications are integrated throughout the program.

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Energy Industry

Solar Energy Technician

Solar Panel Installation Level 1 Certificate

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Students enrolled in this program using a nationally developed curriculum will develop knowledge and skills to successfully install photovoltaic panels. The student will gain a basic understanding of electrical theory, wiring to proper code requirements, proper safety and panel mounting, panel positioning and tie-in to the commercial grid. Students will have the skills necessary to enter the workforce as an entry level solar panel installer.

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Solar Photovoltaic Installation, A.A.S.

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Students enrolled in this program using a nationally developed curriculum will develop knowledge and skills to successfully install photovoltaic panels. The student will gain a basic understanding of electrical theory, wiring to proper code requirements, proper safety and panel mounting, panel positioning and tie-in to the commercial grid. Students will have the skills necessary to enter the workforce as an entry level solar panel installer.

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Contact Phone Number

928-317-6000

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2020 S. Avenue 8E
Yuma, AZ 85365-8834
United States