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Transportation Industry

Auto Body Technician

Automotive Collision Technology Certificate

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The Automotive Collision Technology program at BSC provides training in all eight instructional areas certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation, an evaluation board of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). Certification is based on compliance with standards developed by the automotive industry. All BSC instructors have achieved Master ASE certification expertise. Automotive Collision Technology is a limited enrollment, 11-month program that prepares graduates for entry-level jobs. A class of 18 students begins in the Fall. Students are trained in metal finishing, frame straightening, welding, painting and glass replacement using modern, specialized equipment (eclipse frame measuring system) in a spacious, well-lighted, air-filtered shop. Besides shop work, students spend part of each day studying basic theories, materials and shop management. Classes meet 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays.

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Automotive Collision Technology, A.A.S.

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The Automotive Collision Technology program at BSC provides training in all eight instructional areas certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation, an evaluation board of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). Certification is based on compliance with standards developed by the automotive industry. All BSC instructors have achieved Master ASE certification expertise. Automotive Collision Technology is a limited enrollment, 11-month program that prepares graduates for entry-level jobs. A class of 18 students begins in the Fall. Students are trained in metal finishing, frame straightening, welding, painting and glass replacement using modern, specialized equipment (eclipse frame measuring system) in a spacious, well-lighted, air-filtered shop. Besides shop work, students spend part of each day studying basic theories, materials and shop management. Classes meet 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays.

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Technology Certificate

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The Automotive Technology program at BSC provides training in all eight Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) instructional areas and is Master Automobile Service Technology certified by the ASE Education Foundation. Certification is based on compliance with standards developed by the automotive industry. All BSC instructors have achieved Master ASE certification as experts in the field. Automotive Technology is a limited enrollment, two-year program that prepares graduates for entry-level jobs. Admission occurs in Fall and Spring (based on availability).

Students use classroom and hands-on knowledge to learn how to repair automotive, mechanical, and electrical systems. Using the latest diagnostic technology, they work on training vehicles to hone skills. Study units include electronics, fuel delivery systems, transmissions, clutches, ignition systems, braking and steering systems, transaxles, drive trains, heating/air conditioning diagnosis, and emission control systems.

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Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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The Automotive Technology program at BSC provides training in all eight Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) instructional areas and is Master Automobile Service Technology certified by the ASE Education Foundation. Certification is based on compliance with standards developed by the automotive industry. All BSC instructors have achieved Master ASE certification as experts in the field. Automotive Technology is a limited enrollment, two-year program that prepares graduates for entry-level jobs. Admission occurs in Fall and Spring (based on availability).

Students use classroom and hands-on knowledge to learn how to repair automotive, mechanical, and electrical systems. Using the latest diagnostic technology, they work on training vehicles to hone skills. Study units include electronics, fuel delivery systems, transmissions, clutches, ignition systems, braking and steering systems, transaxles, drive trains, heating/air conditioning diagnosis, and emission control systems.

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Information Technology Industry

Information Security Analyst

Computer Science, A.S.

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Computer Science is a science of problem solving. The BSC Computer Science program helps students master the basic skills needed to analyze a problem and design, implement, and verify a correct solution to meet the ever-changing demands of industry. Students also receive extensive practice in computer program design using a variety of high-level programming languages such as Java, Python, and C++, as well as technology troubleshooting experience.

BSC offers a suggested curriculum to build a strong foundation in computer program design. Courses in calculus, discrete mathematics, probability and statistics form part of the core study. Instruction emphasizes development of computational thinking, problem solving, and communication skills.

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Cybersecurity & Computer Networks, A.A.S.

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This degree program combines system administration fundamentals with a foundation in cybersecurity concepts. Classes focus on best practices to implement, administer, and secure operating systems as well as computer networks.

Students will learn highly marketable technical skills and have the knowledge to meet the ever-changing technologies used in business and industry. Graduates will gain experience installing operating systems, configuring networks, managing servers, and performing other common system administration tasks while maintaining essential security practices.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Science, A.S.

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Computer Science is a science of problem solving. The BSC Computer Science program helps students master the basic skills needed to analyze a problem and design, implement, and verify a correct solution to meet the ever-changing demands of industry. Students also receive extensive practice in computer program design using a variety of high-level programming languages such as Java, Python, and C++, as well as technology troubleshooting experience.

BSC offers a suggested curriculum to build a strong foundation in computer program design. Courses in calculus, discrete mathematics, probability and statistics form part of the core study. Instruction emphasizes development of computational thinking, problem solving, and communication skills.

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Cybersecurity & Computer Networks, A.A.S.

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This degree program combines system administration fundamentals with a foundation in cybersecurity concepts. Classes focus on best practices to implement, administer, and secure operating systems as well as computer networks.

Students will learn highly marketable technical skills and have the knowledge to meet the ever-changing technologies used in business and industry. Graduates will gain experience installing operating systems, configuring networks, managing servers, and performing other common system administration tasks while maintaining essential security practices.

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Software Developer

Computer Science, A.S.

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Computer Science is a science of problem solving. The BSC Computer Science program helps students master the basic skills needed to analyze a problem and design, implement, and verify a correct solution to meet the ever-changing demands of industry. Students also receive extensive practice in computer program design using a variety of high-level programming languages such as Java, Python, and C++, as well as technology troubleshooting experience.

BSC offers a suggested curriculum to build a strong foundation in computer program design. Courses in calculus, discrete mathematics, probability and statistics form part of the core study. Instruction emphasizes development of computational thinking, problem solving, and communication skills.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Cybersecurity & Computer Networks, A.A.S.

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This degree program combines system administration fundamentals with a foundation in cybersecurity concepts. Classes focus on best practices to implement, administer, and secure operating systems as well as computer networks.

Students will learn highly marketable technical skills and have the knowledge to meet the ever-changing technologies used in business and industry. Graduates will gain experience installing operating systems, configuring networks, managing servers, and performing other common system administration tasks while maintaining essential security practices.

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Public Service Industry

Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice (Technical), A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice two-year program is comprised of professional and general education courses designed to give students a broad exposure to criminal justice theory and process. Curriculum offers a balanced approach to law enforcement and corrections and focuses on the fundamentals of the field career and general college requirements for the Associate in Applied Science degree. Students are exposed to contemporary issues and problems, along with sound philosophical insights for understanding society and the ideals of the United States justice system.

The program was developed in conjunction with active criminal justice professionals who serve as members of an advisory committee.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice (Technical), A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice two-year program is comprised of professional and general education courses designed to give students a broad exposure to criminal justice theory and process. Curriculum offers a balanced approach to law enforcement and corrections and focuses on the fundamentals of the field career and general college requirements for the Associate in Applied Science degree. Students are exposed to contemporary issues and problems, along with sound philosophical insights for understanding society and the ideals of the United States justice system.

The program was developed in conjunction with active criminal justice professionals who serve as members of an advisory committee.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice (Technical), A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice two-year program is comprised of professional and general education courses designed to give students a broad exposure to criminal justice theory and process. Curriculum offers a balanced approach to law enforcement and corrections and focuses on the fundamentals of the field career and general college requirements for the Associate in Applied Science degree. Students are exposed to contemporary issues and problems, along with sound philosophical insights for understanding society and the ideals of the United States justice system.

The program was developed in conjunction with active criminal justice professionals who serve as members of an advisory committee.

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Preschool Teacher

Education - Early Childhood, A.A.

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A BSC degree in Early Childhood Education offers the reward of making a permanent difference in the lives of thousands of children. This specialty prepares students for administration and teaching positions in childcare, preschool, Head Start and after school programs. BSC offers coursework for transfer to an early childhood education program at a four-year institution. Students concentrate on general education classes the first year. Courses in children’s literature, math for elementary teachers, health/wellness and music and arts activities are added sophomore year.

Students should review state testing requirements to become a licensed educator in states where they want to teach. Those planning a career as a professional educator in North Dakota are prepared for initial licensure testing requirements in conjunction with EDUC 250. The first level of North Dakota’s two-level Praxis exam, the Praxis I (PPST) exam, should be completed during sophomore year.

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Education - Early Childhood, A.S.

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A BSC degree in Early Childhood Education offers the reward of making a permanent difference in the lives of thousands of children. This specialty prepares students for administration and teaching positions in childcare, preschool, Head Start and after school programs. BSC offers coursework for transfer to an early childhood education program at a four-year institution. Students concentrate on general education classes the first year. Courses in children’s literature, math for elementary teachers, health/wellness and music and arts activities are added sophomore year.

Students should review state testing requirements to become a licensed educator in states where they want to teach. Those planning a career as a professional educator in North Dakota are prepared for initial licensure testing requirements in conjunction with EDUC 250. The first level of North Dakota’s two-level Praxis exam, the Praxis I (PPST) exam, should be completed during sophomore year.

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Social Services Assistant

Human Services, A.A.S.

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Human services comprise all professional fields that share the common goal of helping people.

The BSC Human Services program provides training in basic helping skills and the overview of service delivery and program administration needed for entry-level employment in public, private and volunteer human service agencies.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Paramedic Technology Certificate

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The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and the Paramedic Program at BSC are limited enrollment programs that prepare students to become entry-level Emergency Medical Services providers. BSC affiliates with healthcare facilities throughout North Dakota to provide concurrent training with classroom, laboratory, and clinical/field education.

The Bismarck State College Paramedic Technology Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).

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Paramedic Technology, A.A.S.

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The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and the Paramedic Program at BSC are limited enrollment programs that prepare students to become entry-level Emergency Medical Services providers. BSC affiliates with healthcare facilities throughout North Dakota to provide concurrent training with classroom, laboratory, and clinical/field education.

The Bismarck State College Paramedic Technology Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Sonographer

Diagnostic Medical Sonography, A.A.S.

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The mission of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Program is to provide a high-quality, learning-centered education in diagnostic medical sonography theory and practice that maximizes student learning and makes students partners in their education.

A Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, also known as a sonographer, utilizes a transducer, which uses sound waves to obtain images of various organs and tissues in the body. Students will be prepared to perform abdominal, superficial, gynecological, obstetrical, and vascular ultrasounds during clinical internship experiences. This will allow students to put their classroom knowledge to the test in a real-world environment, while preparing them for their career opportunities after graduating.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technician, A.S.

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The mission of the Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) program is to provide a high quality, learning-centered education in medical laboratory theory and practice that maximizes student learning and makes students partners in their education.

Medical laboratory technicians, under supervision of a physician or medical laboratory scientist, perform general laboratory tests that aid physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing Certificate

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Nurses are in high demand in North Dakota and throughout the United States. BSC offers several nursing options including a one-year certificate, two-year Associate in Applied Science, or Associate in Science with transfer option to a baccalaureate program -- all of which prepare students for the workforce upon completion.

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Nursing, A.A.S.

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Nurses are in high demand in North Dakota and throughout the United States. BSC offers several nursing options including a one-year certificate, two-year Associate in Applied Science, or Associate in Science with transfer option to a baccalaureate program -- all of which prepare students for the workforce upon completion.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology, A.A.S.

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Surgical Technology is a job readiness program for students interested in the exciting environment of the operating room. Surgical technologists work alongside some of the most highly trained medical professionals and possess an expertise in the theory and application of sterile technique. Their combined knowledge of human anatomy, surgical procedures and surgical instrumentation allows them to aid a physician’s performance.

Students receive both theoretical instruction and a clinical internship. Study and degree completion is offered on a two-year or three-year cycle. BSC’s Surgical Technology program is accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, 25400 US Hwy 19 N, Suite 158, Clearwater, FL 33763. Phone: 727-210-2350. www.caahep.org

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Communications Industry

Broadcast Engineer

Digital Audio Production Certificate

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BSC students majoring in Digital Audio Production learn how to create and produce music recordings and complete projects typically found in professional recording and production environments. Those accepted into the program are trained on the latest versions of digital audio software such as Pro Tools and SONAR, sound reinforcement, and post-production techniques. Study also includes courses in music theory, aural skills, piano, composition software (Finale/Sibelius), and music business. The program objective is for students to develop an informed, aesthetic vision by learning the independent decision-making process, critical thinking skills, and professional business practices.

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Digital Audio Production, A.A.S.

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BSC students majoring in Digital Audio Production learn how to create and produce music recordings and complete projects typically found in professional recording and production environments. Those accepted into the program are trained on the latest versions of digital audio software such as Pro Tools and SONAR, sound reinforcement, and post-production techniques. Study also includes courses in music theory, aural skills, piano, composition software (Finale/Sibelius), and music business. The program objective is for students to develop an informed, aesthetic vision by learning the independent decision-making process, critical thinking skills, and professional business practices.

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AV Technician

Electronics/Telecommunications Technology, A.A.S.

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The Electronics/Telecommunications Technology program at BSC is a degree program offered on campus. It provides students with a good basic electronics background, as well as specialization in analog and digital telecommunications, copper and fiber optic media, radio communications, and digital electronics. Coursework contains four semesters of digital electronics and classes in AC and direct current analysis, solid state and active devices, electronic communications and telecommunications.

The program is intense and directly applicable to the job market. Study includes classroom instruction and work in a well-equipped modern laboratory. BSC maintains contacts in the electronic and telecommunications industries and provides assistance with job placement.

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Graphic Designer

Graphic Design and Communications, A.A.S.

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The Graphic Design and Communications program at BSC is structured to give students a background in several areas of the graphic design field. Study includes classroom and lab instruction in a Mac-equipped computer studio, where students develop skills in layout, typography, print media, print reproduction, web design, and digital photography. Coursework covers preparing art for print and online publication in advertisements, branding-identity systems, digital photography, illustration, direct mail, brochure design, desktop publishing, interactive design, and computer graphics using industry standard software.

Each student is required to prepare a portfolio of his or her best work for presentation to potential employers and art directors.

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Technical Writer

Mass Communications (Technical), A.A.S.

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Changes in the media world have shown that journalism students need training beyond the concentration of writing and reporting. The Bismarck State College Mass Communication program offers video and audio broadcast, as well as publishing and digital elements.

The degree plan provides background in the journalism/mass communication profession and conveys the importance and responsibility of presenting accurate information in the media. Courses cover ethical writing skills, print publication, web publication, news photography, and audio-video production.

The program offers hands-on professional experience working on BSC’s student print and online news magazine The Mystician, the student broadcast production MystiCast, the student radio station The MYX, and the student literary arts magazine Figments of Imagination.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electronics Technology Certificate

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The Electronics Technology program at BSC is a certificate program offered on campus and online. This one-year program provides a basic electronics background. Electronics Technology is intense and directly applicable to the job market. Students work in BSC’s well-equipped modern laboratory, where they apply classroom theory. Coursework contains two semesters of digital electronics and classes in alternating current and direct current analysis, solid-state devices and active devices. On campus courses start in the fall. Online students can begin either fall or spring semester.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Mechanical Maintenance Technology Certificate

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The Mechanical Maintenance Technology program at the BSC National Energy Center of Excellence prepares you for an exciting career at a power plant, refinery, ethanol facility, manufacturing company, or any other place that uses complex, industrial machinery.

Learn to use industrial-grade equipment while focusing on safe operating practices. Work with your hands to install, repair and maintain turbines, compressors, pumps, valves, and more. Coursework also covers welding and electronics.

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Mechanical Maintenance Technology, A.A.S.

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The Mechanical Maintenance Technology program at the BSC National Energy Center of Excellence prepares you for an exciting career at a power plant, refinery, ethanol facility, manufacturing company, or any other place that uses complex, industrial machinery.

Learn to use industrial-grade equipment while focusing on safe operating practices. Work with your hands to install, repair and maintain turbines, compressors, pumps, valves, and more. Coursework also covers welding and electronics.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The Engineering Technology program at BSC prepares students for immediate employment as engineering technicians in engineering and construction related industries. Computer aided design (CAD) and Global Information Systems (GIS) courses prepare students to use modern hardware and software to produce 2-D and 3-D drawings, maps and plans. Lecture and hands-on laboratory courses in materials testing give students the opportunity to learn industry standard field and laboratory testing procedures of construction related materials. Surveying courses and modern laboratories provide students broad exposure to traditional and modern surveying techniques for land measurement and construction layout. Related coursework introduces students to fundamentals and computation techniques of water and wastewater treatment, elementary structural analysis, project development and construction management. Additional courses in technical writing, communications, economics, mathematics and psychology complete the curriculum.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The Engineering Technology program at BSC prepares students for immediate employment as engineering technicians in engineering and construction related industries. Computer aided design (CAD) and Global Information Systems (GIS) courses prepare students to use modern hardware and software to produce 2-D and 3-D drawings, maps and plans. Lecture and hands-on laboratory courses in materials testing give students the opportunity to learn industry standard field and laboratory testing procedures of construction related materials. Surveying courses and modern laboratories provide students broad exposure to traditional and modern surveying techniques for land measurement and construction layout. Related coursework introduces students to fundamentals and computation techniques of water and wastewater treatment, elementary structural analysis, project development and construction management. Additional courses in technical writing, communications, economics, mathematics and psychology complete the curriculum.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The Engineering Technology program at BSC prepares students for immediate employment as engineering technicians in engineering and construction related industries. Computer aided design (CAD) and Global Information Systems (GIS) courses prepare students to use modern hardware and software to produce 2-D and 3-D drawings, maps and plans. Lecture and hands-on laboratory courses in materials testing give students the opportunity to learn industry standard field and laboratory testing procedures of construction related materials. Surveying courses and modern laboratories provide students broad exposure to traditional and modern surveying techniques for land measurement and construction layout. Related coursework introduces students to fundamentals and computation techniques of water and wastewater treatment, elementary structural analysis, project development and construction management. Additional courses in technical writing, communications, economics, mathematics and psychology complete the curriculum.

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HVAC Technician

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Certificate

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The Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) program at BSC prepares students to handle the newest technology in this rapidly expanding field. Much of the program is devoted to work in the modern, well-equipped lab, where students master installation and repair procedures, use and care of basic tools and equipment, and how to operate by EPA standards and safety standards set by OSHA regulations. Instruction includes HVAC components, systems, troubleshooting, domestic and light commercial refrigeration1, and sheet metal2.

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Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, A.A.S

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The Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) program at BSC prepares students to handle the newest technology in this rapidly expanding field. Much of the program is devoted to work in the modern, well-equipped lab, where students master installation and repair procedures, use and care of basic tools and equipment, and how to operate by EPA standards and safety standards set by OSHA regulations. Instruction includes HVAC components, systems, troubleshooting, domestic and light commercial refrigeration1, and sheet metal2.

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Welder

Welding Certificate

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The one-year Welding program provides students with basic skills for an entry-level job or apprenticeship program. Students spend most time in a modern, well-equipped lab practicing different welding techniques: oxyacetylene, gas tungsten arc, flux cored arc, shielded metal arc, and gas metal arc. In shielded metal arc welding, students develop skills needed to pass the Certified Welder test of the American Welding Society. Enrollment is limited to space available beginning in the fall. A third semester of advanced welding courses is available to interested students.

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Welding, A.A.S.

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The one-year Welding program provides students with basic skills for an entry-level job or apprenticeship program. Students spend most time in a modern, well-equipped lab practicing different welding techniques: oxyacetylene, gas tungsten arc, flux cored arc, shielded metal arc, and gas metal arc. In shielded metal arc welding, students develop skills needed to pass the Certified Welder test of the American Welding Society. Enrollment is limited to space available beginning in the fall. A third semester of advanced welding courses is available to interested students.

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Energy Industry

Electrical Lineman

Lineworker (Electrical) Certificate

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BSC's National Energy Center of Excellence is a world leader in energy education and training for the energy industry. The Lineworker program, the only one of its kind in North Dakota, is designed to train skilled apprentice lineworkers at a specialized facility northwest of Mandan.

Students receive intense instruction in all facets of power line construction and equipment operation and maintenance. Study includes classroom, indoor and outdoor lab work, and courses to prepare for the state commercial driver’s license (CDL) exam.

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Lineworker (Electrical), A.S.S.

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BSC's National Energy Center of Excellence is a world leader in energy education and training for the energy industry. The Lineworker program, the only one of its kind in North Dakota, is designed to train skilled apprentice lineworkers at a specialized facility northwest of Mandan.

Students receive intense instruction in all facets of power line construction and equipment operation and maintenance. Study includes classroom, indoor and outdoor lab work, and courses to prepare for the state commercial driver’s license (CDL) exam.

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Nuclear Technician

Nuclear Power Technology Certificate

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The Nuclear Power Technology program at the Bismarck State College (BSC) National Energy Center for Excellence (NECE) prepares current and future nuclear power employees, including those currently employed in non-technical positions. Students gain fundamental skills and knowledge required for non-licensed operator, maintenance and chemistry along with a degree specialized for non-licensed operator and health physics positions in nuclear generation systems.
This program is also a great opportunity for present nuclear station employees in non-technical areas, and all employees who are seeking a degree and/or additional training. Prospective students currently employed in the nuclear industry may choose to enroll in an Instrumentation & Control track within the degree program.

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Nuclear Power Technology, A.A.S.

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The Nuclear Power Technology program at the Bismarck State College (BSC) National Energy Center for Excellence (NECE) prepares current and future nuclear power employees, including those currently employed in non-technical positions. Students gain fundamental skills and knowledge required for non-licensed operator, maintenance and chemistry along with a degree specialized for non-licensed operator and health physics positions in nuclear generation systems.
This program is also a great opportunity for present nuclear station employees in non-technical areas, and all employees who are seeking a degree and/or additional training. Prospective students currently employed in the nuclear industry may choose to enroll in an Instrumentation & Control track within the degree program.

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Petroleum Production Technology Certificate

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The Petroleum Production Technology program at BSC provides a foundation of knowledge used in the petroleum industry, including safety, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and control, print reading, troubleshooting and communication and the chemical technology needed for working in various petroleum operations.

Graduates from this program will have an understanding of the framework of the petroleum industry and will be prepared for entry-level employment in exploration, drilling, production, processing, and service sectors. Graduates will understand mineral rights and leasing, know the components of a drilling rig, different production equipment, production processes, various artificial lift methods, well servicing, and petroleum processing.

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Petroleum Production Technology, A.A.S.

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The Petroleum Production Technology program at BSC provides a foundation of knowledge used in the petroleum industry, including safety, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and control, print reading, troubleshooting and communication and the chemical technology needed for working in various petroleum operations.

Graduates from this program will have an understanding of the framework of the petroleum industry and will be prepared for entry-level employment in exploration, drilling, production, processing, and service sectors. Graduates will understand mineral rights and leasing, know the components of a drilling rig, different production equipment, production processes, various artificial lift methods, well servicing, and petroleum processing.

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Power Plant Operator

Power Generation Technology Certificate

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The Power Generation Technology program at BSC prepares students for employment in power generating facilities including fossil fuel plants, gas turbine facilities, combined cycle facilities, and other plants that generate steam or electricity. Graduates may also be employed at water treatment facilities, wind farms, power technology facilities, co-generation power plants and many other types of manufacturing facilities.

This program provides students an understanding of the equipment and the principle of operation involved. Graduates will know the responsibilities of plant operators, the necessary mechanical and chemical technology and the work and safety environment in this shift-oriented position.

Students learn the technical and safety aspects of plant operations, the responsibilities of plant operators, and the mechanical and chemical technology needed for working in related industrial operations.

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Power Generation Technology, A.A.S.

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The Power Generation Technology program at BSC prepares students for employment in power generating facilities including fossil fuel plants, gas turbine facilities, combined cycle facilities, and other plants that generate steam or electricity. Graduates may also be employed at water treatment facilities, wind farms, power technology facilities, co-generation power plants and many other types of manufacturing facilities.

This program provides students an understanding of the equipment and the principle of operation involved. Graduates will know the responsibilities of plant operators, the necessary mechanical and chemical technology and the work and safety environment in this shift-oriented position.

Students learn the technical and safety aspects of plant operations, the responsibilities of plant operators, and the mechanical and chemical technology needed for working in related industrial operations.

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Contact Phone Number

701-224-5400

Address

1500 Edwards Ave.
Bismarck, ND 58506-5587
United States