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Communications Industry

AV Technician

Advanced Video Production Certificate

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The Advanced Track Video Production Training program at Bellevue College is a one-year on-the-job training program for individuals who either have some professional video or film experience or prior training in video production. “Class” consists of participating as producers or crew for Television Services productions.

Students receive training in all aspects of video production – from project design to production to post-production. This program gives students the opportunity to work with professional quality equipment and specialize in areas of interest. Admission to program requires application and interview.

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Digital Photography Certificate

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Video Certificate

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The Video certificate will pair well with the Advanced Video Production certificate as it gives students an added pathway to focus their learning on the fundamentals of video production

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Graphic Designer

Digital Media Arts, A.A.

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The Digital Media Arts associate degree provides students the opportunity to gain fundamental skills in the application of digital tools to video, games, animations, design and graphics in a project-based, hands-on environment. A range of elective options supports individual educational and employment goals. Students who have completed the degree should have a strong portfolio, workplace skills and trans-media competency. Robust faculty mentoring and frequent portfolio review support students as they prepare to continue their studies or pursue work as freelance artists or as employees.

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Visual Design Certificate

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This program is designed for students that have an interest in focusing or targeting their learning Visual Design. The Visual Design track is a newer field in the Greater Seattle area. It combines the fields of Graphic Design, Motion Design, Web Design, and UX/UI Design. This certificate will provide a clear pathway for students that either want to transition into the field or students that want to generalize their learning across the many design disciplines.

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Technical Writer

Technical Writing Online Certificate

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The Continuing Education unit of Bellevue College serves the needs of businesses, industries and the surrounding community through high-quality, in-demand programs. Courses are taught by reputable instructors who bring their professional experiences to you. Continuing Education facilitators go beyond teaching theories, and focus on real-world scenarios that are relevant to their student’s work.

Bellevue College CE offers the most comprehensive selection of courses among technical and community colleges in Washington State. This selection provides a wide array of opportunities for the lifelong learner to develop business acumen, acquire technical skills, or take courses for personal enrichment.

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Information Technology Industry

IT Support Specialist

Application and Desktop Support Specialist Certificate

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The Application & Desktop Support Specialist certificate teaches skills used in entry-level positions in desktop support. Desktop support duties include the daily operation and support of computers across local area networks, application-level technical assistance to end-users and creation of written documentation. Technical classes in the certificate map to industry-standard certification tests from COMPTIA. Job titles include IT Specialist, Desktop Support Specialist, Computer Technician, Computer Support Specialist, Help Desk Analyst, Technical Support Specialist, and Computer Specialist

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Data Security Management

Cisco Support Technician Certificate

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The Cisco Support Technician certificate addresses design, configuration and support of networks and Internetworks in implementations based on current Cisco Internetworking hardware.

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Operating System Support Specialist Certificate

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The Certificate of Achievement in Operating System Support Analyst is designed for entry-level positions in server administration and desktop support. Desktop support includes the daily operation and support of computers across local area networks, technical assistance to computer users and the creation of written documentation. Server duties include installing, configuring, monitoring and administering servers. Technical classes in the certificate map to industry-standard certification tests from COMPTIA and Microsoft. The certificate prepares students for these positions: LAN Administrator, Desktop Support Specialist, Computer Technician, Computer Support Specialist, Junior Network (or Systems) Administrator, Network Technician and Computer Specialist.

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Operating System Support Specialist Certificate

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The Certificate of Achievement in Operating System Support Analyst is designed for entry-level positions in server administration and desktop support. Desktop support includes the daily operation and support of computers across local area networks, technical assistance to computer users and the creation of written documentation. Server duties include installing, configuring, monitoring and administering servers. Technical classes in the certificate map to industry-standard certification tests from COMPTIA and Microsoft. The certificate prepares students for these positions: LAN Administrator, Desktop Support Specialist, Computer Technician, Computer Support Specialist, Junior Network (or Systems) Administrator, Network Technician and Computer Specialist.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Cloud Architecture and Services Certificate

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The Cloud Architecture and Services certificate is an entry-level position certificate with a focus on the design and utilization of cloud services. The student population for this certification would be new technologists who desire a short term certification with stackable options. This certificate has the ability to stack to the Associate in Arts Degree and to the BAS in Information Systems and Technology. The courses within this certificate map to the following industry certifications: Comptia A+, EMC CIS, AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate, Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions and Cisco CCENT.

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Microsoft Network Support Certificate

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The Microsoft Network Support certificate addresses design, configure and support networks, infrastructure and workstations in implementations of varying size based on current Microsoft client and server operating systems.

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Network Services and Computing Systems, A.A.S.

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The Network Services and Computing Systems Associate in Applied Science-Transfer degree addresses how to connect computers and other resources in a network, perform network maintenance tasks, and install and configure hardware and software in microcomputers. In addition to technical content, the degree includes skills in communication (oral, written, and listening), general business, teamwork, and problem solving.

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Operating System Support Specialist Certificate

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The Certificate of Achievement in Operating System Support Analyst is designed for entry-level positions in server administration and desktop support. Desktop support includes the daily operation and support of computers across local area networks, technical assistance to computer users and the creation of written documentation. Server duties include installing, configuring, monitoring and administering servers. Technical classes in the certificate map to industry-standard certification tests from COMPTIA and Microsoft. The certificate prepares students for these positions: LAN Administrator, Desktop Support Specialist, Computer Technician, Computer Support Specialist, Junior Network (or Systems) Administrator, Network Technician and Computer Specialist.

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Database Administrator

Database Analyst Certificate

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The Database Analyst certificate is designed for entry level positions at the departmental level to create relational databases, develop data input forms, and retrieve and display data for department personnel.

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Database Report Developer Certificate

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The Database Report Developer certificate prepares students for entry-level positions working with programmers and database analysts to maintain programs, create data analysis reports, work with relational databases and create reports for decision makers. The Certificate of Accomplishment in Database Analyst may be applied toward this certificate.

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Database User Specialist Certificate

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In depth knowledge of databases is becoming a requirement of many administrative assistant and software technical support jobs. The Database User Specialist certificate is targeted towards students with some basic computer knowledge and skills who want to upgrade their skills to be more competitive in the job market.

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Software Developer

Information Systems, A.A.S.

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The Information Systems degree includes concentrations for students interested in software development or business intelligence. Students also take general education courses. The degree prepares graduates for entry-level developer/analyst positions and for continuation to a Baccalaureate institution. Certificates of Accomplishment and Achievement in Introductory .NET Programming, Programming for Web Development, Database Report Developer, Business Intelligence Analyst, Intermediate Applications Developer, Introductory C++ Programming, and Database Analyst may be applied toward the degree.

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Intermediate Applications Developer Certificate

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The Intermediate Applications Developer certificate prepares students for advanced-level application software development. The program is designed for students who are seeking to upgrade software development skills to meet current business requirements and requires a programming background.

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Introductory .NET Programming Certificate

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The certificate in Introductory .NET Programming prepares students for entry-level positions as programmers with companies using Visual Studio .NET and relational databases. Students completing the certificate can design, test, and debug programs in the .NET environment; understand object oriented programming and the software development life cycle; work in a team environment and independently solve problems.

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Introductory C++ Programming Certificate of Accomplishment

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The C++ Programming certificate introduces students to the concepts of object-oriented programming, C++ class libraries, and abstract data structures.

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Mobile Technologies Certificate

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This is an advanced certificate designed for students who have knowledge of object oriented programming. The certificate introduces students to the world of mobile computing technologies and prepares them to design, develop, test and deploy mobile applications. Students are prepared for the increasing number of software development positions involving mobile applications.

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Programming for Mobile and Web Development Certificate

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The certificate in Programming for Mobile and Web Development is designed for entry-level positions which require maintenance and development of web-based applications to be used on the desktop and mobile devices.

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Software Test Engineer Certificate

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The Continuing Education unit of Bellevue College serves the needs of businesses, industries and the surrounding community through high-quality, in-demand programs. Courses are taught by reputable instructors who bring their professional experiences to you. Continuing Education facilitators go beyond teaching theories, and focus on real-world scenarios that are relevant to their student’s work.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Sonographer

Breast Ultrasound Certificate

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The Breast Ultrasound Certificate of Achievement is designed for Mammographers or Sonographers who want to gain certification in breast ultrasound. Reviews anatomy and physiology of the breast as well as all types of breast pathologies. Includes orientation to sectional imaging of the breast, correlation with mammographic and MRI images, and characterization of normal and abnormal findings from a sonographic viewpoint. The Breast Ultrasound Lab allows the student to develop a sonographic imagine technique, and the clinical practicum provides practice in a variety of clinical situations. Enrollment in the clinical practicum is not guaranteed and dependent upon grades, site availability, and approval. Content covers all areas included in the breast specialty exam offered by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS).

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Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology, A.A.

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Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology uses energy in the form of ultrasound to diagnose pathology and assess fetal well-being. The Associate of Arts degree in Diagnostic Ultrasound provides training in ultrasound patient services and related diagnostic techniques. The program offers training in the following specialty tracks: General (Abdomen & OB/GYN); Vascular Technology; and Echocardiography. Students must declare their specialty track of sonography practice at time of application. The program uses a selective-admissions process, with admissions guidelines published annually. Graduates are eligible to apply to take the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography and the American Registry of Radiologic Technology examination. It is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.

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Laboratory Technician

Clinical Laboratory Assistant Certificate

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Clinical lab assistants perform laboratory work such as processing and testing specimens, reporting the results, and performing data entry. This is an entry-level position available in many medical settings. Graduates of this program should have a hiring advantage over applicants with no laboratory training.

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Molecular Sciences Technician, A.A.S.

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Graduates with a two-year molecular sciences technician degree should be prepared to work as laboratory technicians in a variety of environments, including bioscience research labs, chemical research labs, and environmental science labs. Typical job titles include biological technician, chemical technician, and laboratory technician. Individuals wishing to continue their education to the baccalaureate degree should be well prepared for the BAS in Molecular Biosciences at Bellevue College.

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Radiology Technician

CT Imaging Certificate

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The certificate in Computed Tomography (CT) Imaging formally prepares the Imaging Technologist to work in a CT Imaging lab. The didactic courses are designed to prepare the student to sit for the Advanced Certification exam administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. The clinical practicum provides the student with the opportunity to develop required competencies. Enrollment in the clinical practicum is not guaranteed and dependent upon grades, site availability, and approval. A selective-application process for the clinical practicum is utilized to align eligible students with the appropriate clinical site.

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Nuclear Medicine Technology, A.A.

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The mission of the Bellevue College nuclear medicine technology program is to develop competent and compassionate nuclear medicine technologists for the state of Washington and for the broader needs of the national and international medical community. We also seek to advance the profession of nuclear and molecular medicine by educating resourceful and adaptable individuals capable of leadership in a changing health care environment.

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Positron Emission Tomography Certificate

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The certificate in Positron Emission Tomography (PET) is designed for persons with certification or registration as radiologic or radiation therapy technologists, who wish to take the certification exam in positron emission tomography (PET). It may also be appropriate for some nuclear medicine technologists. The didactic courses are designed to prepare the student to sit for the Advanced Certification exam administered by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board. The clinical practicum provides the student with the opportunity to earn some of the 700 hours of clinical PET experience required prior to applying to take the exam. Enrollment in the clinical practicum is not guaranteed and dependent upon grades, site availability, and approval. A selective-application process is utilized to align eligible students with the appropriate clinical site.

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Radiologic Technology, AA.

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This selective admissions program prepares the student to become a Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist capable of carrying out the responsibilities of the staff technologist; it includes a general education background. To be considered for acceptance into the program, students must follow specific admissions guidelines, published annually.

The curriculum consists of combined class work and clinical experience over eight consecutive full-time quarters, including summers. Upon successful completion of the program, students are eligible to apply to take the American Registry examination for certification as a radiologic technologist.

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Vascular Interventional Certificate of Accomplishment

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The certificate in Vascular Interventional (VI) Radiography formally prepares the Imaging Technologist registered or certified in Radiologic Technology to work in a VIR Imaging lab. The didactic courses are designed to prepare the student to sit for the post-primary advanced certification exam administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The clinical practicum provides the student with the opportunity to develop required competencies although additional work experience may be required to complete the number of competencies required by the ARRT to be eligible for the advanced certification exam. Enrollment in the clinical practicum is not guaranteed and dependent upon grades, site availability, and approval. A selective-application process is utilized to align eligible students with the appropriate clinical site.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Health Unit Coordinator Certificate

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This health professional is responsible for maintaining and supporting a healthcare facility. Their duties include setting up hospital admittance charts, performing data entry, ordering lab tests and x-rays, transcribing physician orders, maintaining patient records, and managing facility communications.

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Healthcare Data Analytics Certificate

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The Healthcare Data Analytics certificate is an advanced certificate option designed to introduce students to the rapidly emerging field of healthcare data analytics. Courses in this certificate will focus on tools, practices and issues surrounding the use of data analytics in support of key decisions in healthcare organizations. Topics include: clinical, operational and financial analytics in various healthcare settings; and trends and regulations that shape the role and practices of healthcare analytics. This certificate will be well-suited for Healthcare and/or HIT professionals who will be involved in analyzing, interpreting and/or reporting clinical, financial, operational and/or regulatory data.

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Medical Administrative Assistant Certificate

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The Medical Administrative Assistant program prepares students to serve in integral roles in the medical office. The program prepares students with core knowledge to understand the general medical profession. This program further specifies knowledge and skills to function in an administrative capacity with reception, basic medical documentation, basic medical billing & coding and electronic medical record keeping.

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Medical Billing and Coding Certificate

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Medical Billing and Coding program will serve the growing need for medical coders and billers as we experience the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, the transition to ICD-10 and electronic coding systems, the legal requirement for increased medical documentation, and the increasing age and retirement rate of the coding workforce. This program utilizes the core health professions courses we already have in place, with the addition of supplemental specialty skill courses. No previous medical office experience is required to enter the program.

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MRI Technician

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Certificate

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The certificate in Magnetic Resonance (MR) Imaging formally prepares the Imaging Technologist to work in an MR Imaging lab. The didactic courses are designed to prepare the student to sit for the Advanced Certification exam administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. The clinical practicum provides the student with the opportunity to develop required competencies. Enrollment in the clinical practicum is not guaranteed and dependent upon grades, site availability, and approval. A selective-application process is utilized to align eligible students with the appropriate clinical site.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Certificate

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The Medical Assistant program prepares students to fulfill the growing need for medical professionals following the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Our comprehensive program meets requirements of Washington State Medical Assisting law and prepares the students for the State Certification exam. No prior knowledge of medical assisting is required to enter the program.

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Pharmacy Technician

Medical Dosimetry Certificate

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Advanced Medical Dosimetry Certificate

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Radiation Therapy, A.A.

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Radiation therapy utilizes ionizing radiation in the treatment and cure of cancer. Radiation therapy is a rewarding profession that requires interpersonal communication skills, critical thinking skills, and the ability to handle multiple tasks.

The Radiation Therapy (RADON) program at Bellevue College (BC) offers you personalized and intensive instruction to form a solid foundation for a rewarding career in this field. Bellevue College has the only radiation therapy technology program in Washington State and is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Assistant Certified Certificate

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The Nursing Assistant Certified certificate consists of 176 hours of didactic education, training in a skills laboratory, and clinical experience in both a nursing home and hospital. Students learn skills that prepare them to provide basic assistance to patients in hospitals and nursing homes. This course is approved and certified by both the WA Department of Social and Health Services and Department of Health. Students who successfully complete the Nursing Assistant Certified are eligible to take the NNAAP Exam and become certified in Washington State.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Technician Certificate

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The phlebotomy technician program prepares students to certify and work as a phlebotomist in the clinical or laboratory setting. The program is designed to incorporate foundation courses in Allied Health education with focused courses in basic and advanced phlebotomy skills. The program includes required lecture, laboratory and practicum components to meet state and national standards for certification and employment.

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Public Service Industry

Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Associate in Applied Science-T in Criminal Justice provides students with knowledge of the criminal justice system (law enforcement, court system, and corrections) and stages of the criminal justice process. The curriculum includes coursework in criminal justice and criminology, law enforcement and criminal justice ethics, criminal and constitutional law, and written, verbal, and nonverbal communications. The degree prepares students either for immediate employment or for transfer to a bachelor’s degree program. Career pathways include the Washington State Patrol, municipal and county law enforcement
agencies, federal agencies, law practice, corrections, private investigations, security, and social service agencies.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Associate in Applied Science-T in Criminal Justice provides students with knowledge of the criminal justice system (law enforcement, court system, and corrections) and stages of the criminal justice process. The curriculum includes coursework in criminal justice and criminology, law enforcement and criminal justice ethics, criminal and constitutional law, and written, verbal, and nonverbal communications. The degree prepares students either for immediate employment or for transfer to a bachelor’s degree program. Career pathways include the Washington State Patrol, municipal and county law enforcement
agencies, federal agencies, law practice, corrections, private investigations, security, and social service agencies.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Associate in Applied Science-T in Criminal Justice provides students with knowledge of the criminal justice system (law enforcement, court system, and corrections) and stages of the criminal justice process. The curriculum includes coursework in criminal justice and criminology, law enforcement and criminal justice ethics, criminal and constitutional law, and written, verbal, and nonverbal communications. The degree prepares students either for immediate employment or for transfer to a bachelor’s degree program. Career pathways include the Washington State Patrol, municipal and county law enforcement
agencies, federal agencies, law practice, corrections, private investigations, security, and social service agencies.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Associate in Applied Science-T in Criminal Justice provides students with knowledge of the criminal justice system (law enforcement, court system, and corrections) and stages of the criminal justice process. The curriculum includes coursework in criminal justice and criminology, law enforcement and criminal justice ethics, criminal and constitutional law, and written, verbal, and nonverbal communications. The degree prepares students either for immediate employment or for transfer to a bachelor’s degree program. Career pathways include the Washington State Patrol, municipal and county law enforcement
agencies, federal agencies, law practice, corrections, private investigations, security, and social service agencies.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Associate in Applied Science-T in Criminal Justice provides students with knowledge of the criminal justice system (law enforcement, court system, and corrections) and stages of the criminal justice process. The curriculum includes coursework in criminal justice and criminology, law enforcement and criminal justice ethics, criminal and constitutional law, and written, verbal, and nonverbal communications. The degree prepares students either for immediate employment or for transfer to a bachelor’s degree program. Career pathways include the Washington State Patrol, municipal and county law enforcement
agencies, federal agencies, law practice, corrections, private investigations, security, and social service agencies.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education, A.A.

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The Associate in Arts Degree in Early Childhood Education is designed to meet the Washington State Career Lattice guidelines for people interested in becoming lead teachers, program supervisors, program directors or family support specialists in early childhood settings, caring for and educating young children. Emphasis is placed on active student involvement, observation, participation, and practical experience. Classes help adults increase their understanding of the physical, intellectual, emotional and social development of children and to apply developmentally appropriate guidance and curriculum methods to meet the individual and group needs of children and their families. Students also complete general education requirements. Credits earned may be applied to the 90 credit AAS-T Early Childhood Education Transfer Degree.

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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The AAS-T combines technical courses required for job preparation and college-level general education courses. These degrees are designed for the dual purpose of immediate employment and preparation for the junior year in a Washington state bachelor of applied science (BAS) degree program. The AAS-T degree generally will not be accepted in transfer-in preparation for bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degrees although the general education component of the degree will be accepted in transfer.

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State Initial Early Childhood Education Certificate

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The Initial State Certificate (Early Childhood Education) is designed to meet the Washington State Career Lattice guidelines for teacher assistants in early childhood, early elementary, special education or other settings caring for and educating young children. Classes help adults increase their understanding of the physical, intellectual, emotional and social development of children and to apply developmentally appropriate guidance and curriculum methods to meet the individual and group needs of children and their families. Emphasis is placed on active student involvement, observation, participation, and practical experience. Credits earned may be pa-plied to the 20 credit Certificates of Specialization, 47 credit Early Childhood Education State Certificate and the 90 credit Early Childhood Education, AA and Early Childhood Education, AAS-T.

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State Short Certificate of Specialization – Administration of ECE Certificate

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The State Short Certificate of Specialization - Administration of ECE is designed to meet the Washington State licensing requirements for people interested in becoming administrators of licensed early learning programs. Credits for all courses, with the exception of ECED 139, can be applied to the 47 credit Early Childhood Education State Certificate of Achievement and the 90 credit Early Childhood Education, AA and Early Childhood Education, AAS-T Degree.

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State Short Certificate of Specialization – Family Childcare Management Certificate

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The State Short Certificate of Specialization - Family Childcare Management is designed to meet the Washington State licensing requirements for people interested in owning and administering licensed family childcare programs. Credits for all courses, with the exception of ECED 134, can be applied to the 47 credit Early Childhood Education State Certificate of Achievement and the 90 credit Early Childhood Education, AA and Early Childhood Education, AAS-T Degree.

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State Short Certification of Specialization - General Certificate

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The State Short Early Childhood Education Certificate of Specialization – General is designed to meet the Washington State Career Lattice guidelines for people in-retested in becoming teacher assistants in early childhood, early elementary, special education or other settings caring for and educating young children. Emphasis is placed on active student involvement, observation, participation, and practical experience. Classes help adults increase their understanding of the physical, inlet-effectual, emotional and social development of children and to apply developmentally appropriate guidance and curriculum methods to meet the individual and group needs of children and their families. Credits earned may be applied to the 47 credit State Early Childhood Education Certificate and the 90 credit Early Childhood Education, AA and Early Childhood Education, AAS-T.

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State Short Certification of Specialization - Infants and Toddlers Certificate

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The State Short Early Childhood Education Certificate of Specialization-Infants and Toddlers is designed to meet the Washington State Career Lattice guidelines for people interested in caring for and educating young children from birth to age 3 in a variety of child care settings. Emphasis is placed on active student involvement, observation, participation, and practical experience. Classes help adults increase their understanding of the physical, intellectual, emotional and social development of children and to apply developmentally appropriate guidance and curriculum methods to meet the individual and group needs of children and their families. Credits earned may be applied to the 47 credit State Early Childhood Education Certification and the Early Childhood Education, AA and Early Childhood Education, AAS-T.

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Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Education, State Certificate

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The State Early Childhood Education Certificate is designed to meet the Washington State Career Lattice guidelines for people interested in becoming teacher assistants in early childhood, early elementary, special education or other settings caring for and educating young children. Emphasis is placed on active student involvement, observation, participation, and practical experience. Classes help adults increase their understanding of the physical, intellectual, emotional and social development of children and to apply developmentally appropriate guidance and curriculum methods to meet the individual and group needs of children and their families. Credits earned may be applied to the 90 credit Early Childhood Education, AA degree.

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State Short Certificate of Specialization – School Age Care Certificate

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The State Short Certificate of Specialization - School Age Care is designed to meet the Washington State licensing requirements for people interested in working as aides/teachers with children between the ages of 5-12 in a variety of settings. Credits for all courses, with the exception of EDUC 136, can be applied to the 47 credit Early Childhood Education State Certificate of Achievement and the 90 credit Early Childhood Education, AA and Early Childhood Education, AAS-T Degree.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Department Technician Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare students to meet the requirements to serve as an Emergency Department Technician. This entry to mid-level position assesses and manages a wide range of emergency conditions including respiratory, genito-urinary, and cardiac emergencies. They also assist in wound care and the application of orthopedic splinting devices. Also necessary is familiarization with specialized medical equipment and the ability to communicate effectively with other medical personnel, the patient, and the patient’s family in emergency situations.

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Business Industry

Training and Development Specialist

Human Resources Assistant Certificate

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Students completing the Human Resources Assistant certificate are prepared for human resources administrative positions that require theory and practice of personnel administration, project management, human resources information systems technology skills, business communication skills, office administration, accounting principles, customer relations and office software applications skills. The curriculum includes introductory through intermediate and some advanced office applications software courses, specialized human recourse software, business communication and electronic communication tools, and accounting principles. This certificate prepares students to provide human resources administrative support using software applications skills, business and communication skills.

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Manufacturing Industry

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, A.A.S.

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This degree will prepare graduates to work in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence application development. The program will provide students with the knowledge and skills to design, implement, and analyze basic machine learning and embedded systems that run robotics and AI applications. The program also introduces students to the science of computer vision and the fundamentals of robotics control systems. Lastly, students will learn to use 3D printing to develop and test prototypes.

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425-564-1000

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3000 Landerholm Cir SE
Bellevue, WA 98007-6484
United States