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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

2D Animation and Games Certificate

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The certificate in 2D Animation and Games prepares the student for entry-level positions in the fast-growing gaming and animation industry. The certificate develops within the sudent a dynamic, multidisciplinary skill set which fosters growth in both the visual arts and coding for games. The new media labs housed within the Multimedia Studies program are equipped with state-of-the-art computers, software, and monitors which allow the student to experience the tools that professional animators and game designers are using today.

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Graphic Design for Print, A.S.

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In the Graphic Design program, students receive hands-on training in many areas of the visual communications field. Butte College offers a complete design and computer lab to aid in the development of job-related skills and techniques. Many of the instructors are working professionals who take time from their careers to teach. Their awareness of the demands of business and industry brings knowledge to the classroom of what is happening now in the field as well as future trends. The goal of the Butte College Graphic Design program is to prepare students for entry level positions. Students who successfully complete the program and plan to earn a four-year degree will have a solid foundation for application to the design school of their choice.
The field of graphic design offers many opportunities and options for the creative individual who has worked hard to develop the necessary skills and techniques. Upon completion of the program the student will have a working familiarity with most aspects of these rapidly growing fields. The department highly recommends that the student entering the second year of the Graphic Design program have access outside of school to a computer with the Adobe Suite software.

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Graphic Design, A.A.

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Use critical thinking and problem solving skills to create a Graphic Design portfolio to show to potential clients or as an entry portfolio for transfer.
Demonstrate proficient use and knowledge of current design software tools, processes and presentation methods.
Research, discuss, and write about historic and current trends, movements, figures and technologies related to Graphic Design.

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Multimedia Studies Certificate of Achievement

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Employ critical thinking and conceptual problem-solving skills to create a portfolio and body of work to be used for promotion, client and project acquisition as a freelance designer, and to be used for obtaining employment in the design industry.
Demonstrate expert use of equipment, materials and software when creating multimedia projects.
Discuss, write about, organize and produce works for presentation to clients, employers and implementation based on project needs.

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Multimedia Studies, A.S.

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Multimedia Studies is a comprehensive program that recognizes the need to prepare the student for the world of work in today's high performance organization. This program delivers a dynamic, multidisciplinary, interactive, project-based curriculum designed to foster creativity, teamwork, and professionalism. While providing laboratory experiences for the development of skills in multimedia and related technical areas, the student will also develop competencies in workforce preparation, such as in portfolio development, communications, and high performance organization workplace skills. The Multimedia Studies Program New Media Lab is a state-of-the-art Macintosh-based multimedia lab equipped with industry standard computer and state-of-the-art multimedia applications. Students build a strong foundation of skills and knowledge graphic design, video, multimedia and animation, idea presentation, portfolio development, and an overview of the opportunities in Multimedia.

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AV Technician

Mass Media Studies Certificate

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Completion of this certificate will introduce students to the study, writing and production of media content. Students choose the path most relevant to their career goals: the study of TV or film, and the production of audio or video.

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Radio-TV-Film: Video Production Certificate of Achievement

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The world of electronic communication is exploding across the country from the smallest elementary classroom to international corporations and government agencies, creating careers in computers, satellite teleconferencing, the Internet, interactive video games, digital audio and video production. Media related industries continue to be one of the fastest growing segments of the job market. As computer and video technologies continue to expand there will be an ever-increasing demand for skilled workers at all levels of production and application.

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Radio-TV-Film: Video Production, A.S.

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The world of electronic communication is exploding across the country from the smallest elementary classroom to international corporations and government agencies, creating careers in computers, satellite teleconferencing, the Internet, interactive video games, digital audio and video production. Media related industries continue to be one of the fastest growing segments of the job market. As computer and video technologies continue to expand there will be an ever-increasing demand for skilled workers at all levels of production and application.

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Single Camera Video Production Certificate

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Apply basic videography skills to compose and record footage suitable for editing and digital manipulation.
Use computer software to edit a complete video project including title and soundtrack.
Select and edit audio sound effects and music for a video production.
Upload a video project to an Internet video sharing site for on-line distribution.
Evaluate a video production based on the target audience's interests, needs and viewing habits.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

3D Mechanical Applications Certificate

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Use a solid modeling application like Solid Works or Autodesk Inventor to develop parts, assemblies and output annotated drawings.
Interpret and differentiate technical information provided on a manufacturing or fabrication print, including dimensions, tolerances, and specifications and other precision detail.
Explain and demonstrate the use of added tools for 3D modeling including simulation, conversion from CAD (computer aided drafting) and specialty tools like sheet metal development, weldment development as well as animation and motion.

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Architectural Drafting and Modeling Certificate

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Read and interpret information provided by construction documents including: Plans, specifications, details and sections.
Properly setup a CAD (computer-aided drafting) application like AutoCAD with drafting settings to create, edit, and save drawing files.
Prepare a residential plan set with proper properties, layers, types and developments in model form with associated layouts for architectural applications.
Identify, create and modify different types of building elements, views, and rendered views using a 3D modeling tool for architecture .

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Drafting and CAD Technology Certificate of Achievement

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Describe the role of technical graphics in the engineering design process and in the architectural design process.
Produce dimensioned technical drawings using various techniques including computer-aided drafting (CAD), 3D modeling, and freehand sketching.
Read and interpret the information provided by technical drawings in architectural, engineering, construction, and manufacturing applications.
Produce a project, architecture-based model from a given instruction set to an industry-based expectation for completeness and correctness.

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Drafting and CAD Technology, A.S.

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The Drafting and CAD Technology program is designed to prepare students to meet the drafting requirements of industry. The diversity of the program allows students to pursue a career with a variety of companies that employ drafters. The program can be arranged to earn either a Certificate of Achievement or an AS degree.

In CAD and solids modeling, students will discover real-world connections for their interests in math and science, and through hands-on activities improve their skills and become more confident. A year or more of high school drafting is very beneficial. Students need to be neat, methodical, and have an aptitude for spatial thinking. Students who are still enrolled in high school and who are considering a career as a drafter are encouraged to take courses in trigonometry, physical science, and computer science.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Civil Engineering Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Civil Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare students to enter the world of Civil Engineering Technologists or Technicians. The program has sufficient breadth to include surveying, map drafting, and computer aided drafting (CAD). After completion of the two-year program, the student will be prepared to enter civil engineering technology at the entry level. To be successful in this program it is desirable that students have background in math through intermediate algebra, physics, and science. A year or more of high school drafting is a plus. Students should be prepared for a rigorous two-year training program. Students who are still enrolled in high school and considering a career as a civil engineering technologist or technician are encouraged to take classes in math, drafting and computer science.

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Civil Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The Civil Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare students to enter the world of Civil Engineering Technologists or Technicians. The program has sufficient breadth to include surveying, map drafting, and computer aided drafting (CAD). After completion of the two-year program, the student will be prepared to enter civil engineering technology at the entry level. To be successful in this program it is desirable that students have background in math through intermediate algebra, physics, and science. A year or more of high school drafting is a plus. Students should be prepared for a rigorous two-year training program. Students who are still enrolled in high school and considering a career as a civil engineering technologist or technician are encouraged to take classes in math, drafting and computer science.

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HVAC Technician

Commercial HVACR Certificate of Achievement

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The Certificate of Achievement in Commercial HVACR program will serve our community by providing diverse experiential learning opportunities in a progressive curriculum, using modern technology, industry cooperation, and alumni support to prepare students for a productive future in the HVACR Industry. This program is designed for students to earn small industry recognized certificates, NATE certifications, a certificate of achievement, and an A.S. degree in HVACR. The curriculum is designed to produce students with internships and hands-on experiences with industry-aligned skills to install, commission, operate, and maintain residential, commercial, and industrial Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) systems.

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HVACR Certificate of Achievement

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The Certificate of Achievement in HVACR will serve our community by providing diverse experiential learning opportunities in a progressive curriculum, using modern technology, industry cooperation, and alumni support to prepare students for a productive future in the HVACR Industry. This program is designed for students to earn small industry recognized certificates, NATE certifications, a certificate of achievement, and an A.S. degree in HVACR. The curriculum is designed to produce students with internships and hands-on experiences with industry-aligned skills to install, commission, operate, and maintain residential, commercial, and industrial Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) systems.

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HVACR Level I Certificate

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This certificate in HVACR Level I covers the basic principles of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning, career opportunities in HVAC, and how apprenticeship programs are constructed. Basic safety principles, as well as trade licensure and EPA guidelines, are also introduced

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HVACR Level II Certificate

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This certificate in HVACR Level II covers Commercial Airside Systems, Chimneys, Vents, and Flues, Introduction to Hydronic Systems, Air Quality Equipment, Leak Detection, Evacuation, Recovery, and Charging, Alternating Current, Basic Electronics, Introduction to Control Circuit Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting Gas Heating, Troubleshooting Cooling, Heat Pumps, Basic Installation and Maintenance Practices, Sheet Metal Duct Systems, and Fiberglass and Flexible Duct Systems

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HVACR Level III Certificate

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This certificate in HVACR Level III covers key concepts: Fasteners, Hardware and Wiring Terminations, Control Circuit and Motor Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting Cooling, Troubleshooting Heat Pumps, Troubleshooting Gas Heating, Troubleshooting Oil Heating, Troubleshooting Accessories, Zoning, Ductless, and Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems, Commercial Hydronic Systems, Steam Systems, Retail Refrigeration Systems, and Customer Relations.

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HVACR Level IV Certificate

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This certificate in HVACR Level IV covers key concepts: Water Treatment, Indoor Air Quality, Energy Conservation Equipment, Building Management Systems, System Air Balancing, Construction Drawings and Specifications, Heating and Cooling System Design, Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration Systems, Alternative and Specialized Heating and Cooling Systems, and Fundamentals of Crew Leadership.

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HVACR, A.S.

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The Associate of Science Degree in HVACR will serve our community by providing diverse experiential learning opportunities in a progressive curriculum, using modern technology, industry cooperation, and alumni support to prepare students for a productive future in the HVACR Industry. This program is designed for students to earn small industry recognized certificates, NATE certifications, a certificate of achievement, and an A.S. degree in HVACR. The curriculum is designed to produce students with internships and hands-on experiences with industry-aligned skills to install, commission, operate, and maintain residential, commercial, and industrial Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) systems.

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Residential HVACR Certificate of Achievement

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The Certificate of Achievement in Residential HVACR will serve our community by providing diverse experiential learning opportunities in a progressive curriculum, using modern technology, industry cooperation, and alumni support to prepare students for a productive future in the HVACR Industry. This program is designed for students to earn small industry recognized certificates, NATE certifications, a certificate of achievement, and an A.S. degree in HVACR. The curriculum is designed to produce students with internships and hands-on experiences with industry-aligned skills to install, commission, operate, and maintain residential, commercial, and industrial Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVACR) systems.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Geographic Information Systems Certificate

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The discipline of Geography studies the spatial relationships that make every place on earth unique. This includes both the physical characteristics and cultural traditions, along with the economic and governmental structures that make each place distinct. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and geospatial technology are among the fastest growing fields according to the US Department of Labor. A certificate in GIS provides the student with the proficiency necessary to apply spatial thinking to analyze social and physical sciences information, helping to build better and more sustainable connections between humans and the environment.

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Construction Equipment Operator

Heavy Equipment Operator Technician Certificate of Achievement

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The Heavy Equipment Operator Technician program can be obtained in one-year. It is an exciting, hands-on approach is used to introduce students to a wide range of skills for classroom laboratory work to closely reflect field experiences. Construction equipment operation requires good hand-eye coordination and demands attention to details like timelines, precision driving, coordination of multiple operations, and following plan directions. Development of problem solving skills and safe and cooperative work habits is emphasized.

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Welder

PowerPathway Gas Pipeline Welding Certificate

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This program enhances the abilities of the students preparing for a career in the power generation and petrochemical pipe and tube welding industry by teaching them the skills that are needed for the industry. Students who have completed the Welding Technology Program and have been working in industry for a few years are coming back to take this program for career advancement and some are using this course as a method of continuing their education and advance their welding skills. The powerpathway specifically trains welders for potential apprentice welding positions within Pacific Gas and Electric.

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Welding Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Welding Technology program is designed to prepare students to become certified welders under standards set by the American Welding Society, American Society of Mechanical Engineers and American Petroleum Institute. Certification examinations may be taken after completion of the courses.

To be successful in this program, students need basic competence in mathematics, must possess good eyesight at least with corrective lenses, sufficient physical stamina to be able to stand and bend for long periods, and not to be bothered by extended exposure to the outdoors.

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Welding Technology Level I Certificate

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This program enhances the abilities of the students preparing for a career in welding technology by giving them: Welding Safety, Oxyfuel Cutting, Plasma Arc Cutting, Air Carbon Arc Cutting and Gouging, Base Metal Preparation, Weld Quality, SMAW Equipment and Safety, Shielded Metal Arc Electrodes, SMAW Beads and Fillet Welds, Joint Fit-Up and Alignment, SMAW Groove Welds and Backing, and SMAW Open V-Groove Welds. Welding is a high-tech industry that can take you places all over the world. From ladders to aircraft carriers, from NASCAR to national defense, and from the laboratory to sales and repair, the varied welding industry impacts virtually every industry. Technology is creating more uses for welding in the workplace. For example, new ways are being developed to bond dissimilar materials and non-metallic materials, such as plastics, composites, and new alloys. Also, advances in laser beam and electron beam welding, new fluxes, and other new technologies and techniques all point to an increasing need for highly trained and skilled workers.

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Welding Technology Level II Certificate

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This program enhances the abilities of the students preparing for a career in welding technology by giving them: Welding Symbols, Reading Welding Detail Drawings, Physical Characteristics and Mechanical Properties of Metals, Preheating and Postheating of Metals, GMAW and FCAW Equipment and Filler Metals, GMAW and FCAW Plate, GTAW Equipment and Filler Metal, and GTAW Plate. Welding is a high-tech industry that can take you places all over the world. From ladders to aircraft carriers, from NASCAR to national defense, and from the laboratory to sales and repair, the varied welding industry impacts virtually every industry.Technology is creating more uses for welding in the workplace. For example, new ways are being developed to bond dissimilar materials and non-metallic materials, such as plastics, composites, and new alloys. Also, advances in laser beam and electron beam welding, new fluxes, and other new technologies and techniques all point to an increasing need for highly trained and skilled workers. This certificate will be earned by the student through the completion of the first semester of welding course.

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Welding Technology Level III Certificate

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This program enhances the abilities of the students preparing for a career in welding technology by giving them: SMAW-Open-Root Pipe Welds, GMAW-Pipe, FCAW-Pipe, GTAW-Carbon Steel Pipe, GTAW-Low Alloy and Stainless Steel Pipe, SMAW-Stainless Steel Plate and Pipe Groove Welds. Welding is a high-tech industry that can take you places all over the world. From ladders to aircraft carriers, from NASCAR to national defense, and from the laboratory to sales and repair, the varied welding industry impacts virtually every industry. Technology is creating more uses for welding in the workplace. For example, new ways are being developed to bond dissimilar materials and non-metallic materials, such as plastics, composites, and new alloys. Also, advances in laser beam and electron beam welding, new fluxes,and other new technologies and techniques all point to an increasing need for highly trained and skilled workers. This certificate will be earned by the student through the completion of the second semester of welding course work for the Certificate of Achievement in Welding Technology

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Welding Technology, A.S.

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The Welding Technology program is designed to prepare students to become certified welders under standards set by the American Welding Society, American Society of Mechanical Engineers and American Petroleum Institute. Certification examinations may be taken after completion of the courses.

To be successful in this program, students need basic competence in mathematics, must possess good eyesight at least with corrective lenses, sufficient physical stamina to be able to stand and bend for long periods, and not to be bothered by extended exposure to the outdoors.

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Healthcare Industry

Certified Nursing Assistant

Acute Care Nurse Assistant Certificate

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Describe the limitations of the acute care nurse assistant with respect to the Scope of Practice guidelines.
Practice effective communication and documentation skills in the acute care setting.
Describe knowledge and understanding of a safe and secure environment for patients in the acute care setting. This includes ensuring the patient's room is free of hazards that might impede mobility and safety, as well as the provision of physical comfort.
Demonstrate and practice safe and effective care of the surgical patient.
Collaborate with nursing staff to formulate an appropriate plan of care for the patient with disorder of the major body systems: gastrointestinal, renal, reproductive, endocrine, cardiovascular, and respiratory.
Identify and follow proper procedures for providing appropriate care for the orthopedic, oncology, pediatric and/or dying patient.

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Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate

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The Certified Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide program is designed to prepare students for state certification as a Nursing Assistant. Successful completion of the program makes students eligible to take the written and manual skills test for state certification. The rapidly growing need for skilled health personnel provides good employment opportunities for Certified Nursing Assistants and Home Health Aides. Positions are found in general and convalescent hospitals, physicans' offices, private homes, community health agencies and in industry.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Licensed Vocational Nursing Certificate of Achievement

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Use the nursing process to provide nursing care to individual patients/clients and families throughout the life span.
Demonstrate competency in the performance of technical nursing skills based on knowledge of nursing principles.
Provide educational information for individual patients/clients, families, and groups to promote, achieve, or maintain a state of health.
Initiate and maintain therapeutic communication with individual patients/clients and families.
Demonstrate caring behaviors based on recognition of individual needs and cultural differences.
Collaborate with other healthcare team members to provide optimum care.
Demonstrate professional behaviors in the role of a Licensed Vocational Nurse.

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Licensed Vocational Nursing, A.S.

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The Licensed Vocational Nursing program is a state approved vocational program which provides the curriculum necessary for an individual to qualify for the state board examination for licensure as a vocational nurse. The curriculum includes prerequisite courses and the equivalent of three academic semesters of nursing theory and supervised clinical experiences.

The primary role of the licensed vocational nurse is to provide bedside nursing in a variety of clinical settings. The student will study common medical-surgical conditions, their origin, prevention and treatment emphasizing the related nursing care. To help the student provide "individualized" nursing care, other courses provide basic psychology and sociology concepts relevant to the development, motivation and reactions of people healthy and ill.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Coding Certificate of Achievement

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The Certificate of Achievement in Medical Coding is for students for who want to pursue a career as medical coders and/or billers. The medical coder and biller is responsible for reviewing patient health records, assigning appropriate codes to diagnoses and procedures performed by the healthcare provider, and submitting claims for reimbursement and collecting payments.

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Medical Office Administration Certificate

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This is the first tier of the Medical Office Administration (MOA) career pathway. Students completing this beginning certificate will have take courses that are designed to provide students with a solid foundation in business communications, business technology tools, keyboarding, medical terminology, human systems, and the health information management field.

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Medical Office Administration Certificate of Achievement

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This is the second tier of the Medical Office Administration (MOA) career pathway. Students completing this next level of certificate will take courses that are designed to build on their MOA solid foundation and allow students an opportunity to become proficient in the in-demand knowledge and skills sought out by the healthcare industry.

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Medical Office Administration, A.S.

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The Medical Office Administration (MOA) program is a two-tiered, structured career pathway for students who are interested in providing office support in the exciting and demanding healthcare industry. The MOA career pathway is a blend of three major areas: the advancing field of health information management (HIM), the ever-emerging field of business technology, and the constantly in-demand communication and professional skills; and it is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills required of today's medical office support personnel. The types of healthcare delivery systems in the United States today vary depending on the services being offered. These systems include outpatient healthcare (a physician's office, a dentist's office, and many other types of healthcare providers' facilities) and inpatient healthcare (general medical and surgical hospitals). These systems can be complex in purpose and structure. However, all healthcare organizations demand a common set of knowledge and skills from their medical office support personnel, which includes a broad understanding of healthcare delivery systems, health information management systems and practices, proficient technology skills, and a high-level of professionalism.

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Dietetic Technician

Nutrition and Food Science, A.S.

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The Associate Degree in Nutrition and Food Sciences provides opportunities for students to acquire the foundational knowledge related to the scientific principles deeply rooted in the field of Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Science including chemistry, biology and math. Students who plan to transfer to a California State University (CSU) and pursue the General Dietetics option will also acquire knowledge related to the principles of psychology. Students who plan to transfer to a CSU and pursue the Food Administration option will acquire accounting and business-related knowledge.

After completing the program students may be able to obtain an entry-level position, especially foodservice-related occupations. Students who transfer to a four-year university and pursue a career in Nutrition and Food Sciences have a wide variety of career options including health-care facilities, foodservice operations, nutrition-related business and industries, government agencies, community/public health programs, sports nutrition and corporate wellness programs, research areas and private practice. Many employment settings, particularly those in medical and health-care settings, require a Registered Dietitian (RD) or Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) credential.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care Certificate of Achievement

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The Respiratory Care program is designed to prepare students to become licensed Respiratory Care Practitioners in the state of California. In addition, the program prepares the successful graduate to participate in the Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) and Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) examinations administered by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC).

Respiratory care practitioners are highly skilled allied health professionals involved in the therapy, management, rehabilitation, diagnostic evaluation and care of patients with deficiencies and abnormalities that affect the cardiopulmonary system. They are employed in a variety of health care settings, including hospitals, physician's offices, home health agencies, specialized care hospitals, medical equipment supply companies, diagnostic laboratories, and patients' homes. They may further specialize in such areas as adult critical care, neonatal or pediatric intensive care, pulmonary function testing, transport medicine, hyperbaric medicine, home care, management or education.

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Respiratory Care, A.S.

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The Respiratory Care program is designed to prepare students to become licensed Respiratory Care Practitioners in the state of California. In addition, the program prepares the successful graduate to participate in the Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) and Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) examinations administered by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC).

Respiratory care practitioners are highly skilled allied health professionals involved in the therapy, management, rehabilitation, diagnostic evaluation and care of patients with deficiencies and abnormalities that affect the cardiopulmonary system. They are employed in a variety of health care settings, including hospitals, physician's offices, home health agencies, specialized care hospitals, medical equipment supply companies, diagnostic laboratories, and patients' homes. They may further specialize in such areas as adult critical care, neonatal or pediatric intensive care, pulmonary function testing, transport medicine, hyperbaric medicine, home care, management or education.

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Public Service Industry

Police Officer

Administration of Justice Certificate of Achievement

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The Administration of Justice program, with an emphasis in law enforcement, provides students with the skills and knowledge to assist them in obtaining employment in a variety of areas, including law enforcement, corrections, probation, and fish and wildlife. Those already working in law enforcement may take courses at Butte College to enhance their chances for promotional advancement. Students need competency in reading and writing. High school students should take courses in speech, English composition and basic math.

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Administration of Justice, A.S.

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The Administration of Justice program, with an emphasis in law enforcement, provides students with the skills and knowledge to assist them in obtaining employment in a variety of areas, including law enforcement, corrections, probation, and fish and wildlife. Those already working in law enforcement may take courses at Butte College to enhance their chances for promotional advancement. Students need competency in reading and writing. High school students should take courses in speech, English composition and basic math.

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Law Enforcement Academy - Basic, A.S.

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The Law Enforcement Academy program is designed to prepare students to meet entry-level requirements for jobs in the law enforcement profession. The curriculum has sufficient breadth to allow students to pursue a career in a variety of agencies. Typically, the Basic Law Enforcement Academy begins in July and again in January. For the AS degree employable skills are developed in conjunction with General Education.

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Law Enforcement Academy - Basic/Fish and Wildlife Emphasis Certificate of Achievement

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The Law Enforcement Academy program Fish and Wildlife emphasis is designed to prepare students to meet entry-level requirements for jobs in the law enforcement profession. The curriculum has sufficient breadth to allow students to pursue a career in a variety of agencies. This academy also emphasizes laws and regulations regularly enforced by the Department of Fish and Wildlife.
For the AS degree employable skills are developed in conjunction with General Education.

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Law Enforcement Academy - Basic/Fish and Wildlife Emphasis, A.S.

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The Law Enforcement Academy program Fish and Wildlife emphasis is designed to prepare students to meet entry-level requirements for jobs in the law enforcement profession. The curriculum has sufficient breadth to allow students to pursue a career in a variety of agencies. This academy also emphasizes laws and regulations regularly enforced by the Department of Fish and Wildlife.
For the AS degree employable skills are developed in conjunction with General Education.

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Law Enforcement Academy - Basic/State Parks Emphasis Certificate of Achievement

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The Law Enforcement Academy program (State Parks emphasis) is designed to prepare students to meet entry-level requirements for jobs in the law enforcement profession generally, and with the California Department of Parks and Recreation specifically. The curriculum has sufficient breadth to allow students to pursue a career in a variety of law enforcement agencies in peace officer positions. This academy also emphasizes laws and regulations regularly enforced by the Department of Parks and Recreation.

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Law Enforcement Academy - Basic/State Parks Emphasis, A.S.

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The Law Enforcement Academy program (State Parks emphasis) is designed to prepare students to meet entry-level requirements for jobs in the law enforcement profession generally, and with the California Department of Parks and Recreation specifically. The curriculum has sufficient breadth to allow students to pursue a career in a variety of law enforcement agencies in peace officer positions. This academy also emphasizes laws and regulations regularly enforced by the Department of Parks and Recreation.

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Law Enforcement Academy-Basic Certificate of Achievement

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The Law Enforcement Academy program is designed to prepare students to meet entry-level requirements for jobs in the law enforcement profession. The curriculum has sufficient breadth to allow students to pursue a career in a variety of agencies. Typically, the Basic Law Enforcement Academy begins in July and again in January. For the AS degree employable skills are developed in conjunction with General Education.

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Correctional Officer

Administration of Justice Certificate of Achievement

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The Administration of Justice program, with an emphasis in law enforcement, provides students with the skills and knowledge to assist them in obtaining employment in a variety of areas, including law enforcement, corrections, probation, and fish and wildlife. Those already working in law enforcement may take courses at Butte College to enhance their chances for promotional advancement. Students need competency in reading and writing. High school students should take courses in speech, English composition and basic math.

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Administration of Justice, A.S.

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The Administration of Justice program, with an emphasis in law enforcement, provides students with the skills and knowledge to assist them in obtaining employment in a variety of areas, including law enforcement, corrections, probation, and fish and wildlife. Those already working in law enforcement may take courses at Butte College to enhance their chances for promotional advancement. Students need competency in reading and writing. High school students should take courses in speech, English composition and basic math.

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Firefighter

BASIC 32 Certificate

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Student will gain fundamental knowledge of the factors affecting wildland fire behavior, control prevention, and firefighter safety for entry-level employment with a federal agency wildland firefighting crew.

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Fire Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Fire Technology program is designed to give students the knowledge to pursue a career in fire science. Students will gain a broad working knowledge of building inspection and the many aspects of municipal and wildland firefighting. The AS should be considered a step toward a higher degree or specialized instruction. Students who complete the two-year A.S. degree will be able to seek employment in many different areas including careers in firefighting, building inspection and fire prevention.

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Fire Technology, A.S.

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The Fire Technology program is designed to give students the knowledge to pursue a career in fire science. Students will gain a broad working knowledge of building inspection and the many aspects of municipal and wildland firefighting. The AS should be considered a step toward a higher degree or specialized instruction. Students who complete the two-year A.S. degree will be able to seek employment in many different areas including careers in firefighting, building inspection and fire prevention.

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Firefighter I Academy Certificate of Achievement

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The Firefighter I Academy is a special admission academy that is offered twice each year (Fall and Spring) as a 20 week program, 8 hours daily. Accredited by the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) and the State Board of Fire Services as an Accredited Regional Fire Academy, the Butte College Firefighter I Academy is considered to be one of the premier fire academies in the country. Our Academy graduates have secured fire service positions in agencies from coast to coast. The majority of fire agencies in California require both a CSFM Firefighter I certificate and an EMT-Basic certificate to qualify for a position as a firefighter. The Butte College Firefighter I Academy far exceeds these requirements. Physical conditioning is an important concern in the fire service. During the Academy, cadets receive more than 100 hours of combined physical fitness and agility course training by certified physical fitness instructors, Graduates will not only be in good physical condition, but will also be prepared for the difficult, varied and competitive fire service physical agility entry-level testing. For more detailed information or to apply to the Butte College Firefighter I Academy, please visit our website at: http://www.butte.edu/departments/careertech/publicsafety/fire_academy.h….

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Incident Command-Finance Certificate

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The Certificate in Incident Command-Finance will prepare the student foundationally to assume basic command of an incident and supervision of public safety personnel in general. Completion of the Finance classes will specifically prepare the student to handle any public safety incident purchasing and to assume roles in the Finance Section of an ICS organization as Cost Unit Leader, Compensation/Claims Unit Leader, Time Unit Leader and Procurement Unit Leader. Completion of this certificate will also help in preparing the student for advancement to Finance Section Chief in the ICS.

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Incident Command-Logistics Certificate

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The Certificate in Incident Command - Logistics will prepare the student foundationally to assume basic command of an incident and supervision of public safety personnel in general. Completion of the Logistics classes will specifically prepare the student to assume roles in the Logistics Section of an ICS organization as Facilities Unit Leader, Ground Support Unit Leader, Supply Unit Leader and Medical Unit Leader. Completion of this certificate will also help in preparing the student for advancement to Logistics Section Chief in the ICS.

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Incident Command-Operations Certificate

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The Certificate in Incident Command - Operations will prepare the student foundationally to assume basic command of an incident and to supervise public safety personnel in general. Completion of the Operations classes will specifically prepare the student to assume a high level of responsibility in assisting with incident management, to assume roles in the Operations Section of an ICS organization asTask Force/Strike Team Leader or Division/GroupSupervisor, and to perform advanced wildland fire behavior calculations for use in fire incident management. Completion of this certificate will also help in preparing the student for advancement to Operations Section Chief in the ICS.

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Incident Command-Planning Certificate

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The Certificate in Incident Command - Planning will prepare the student foundationally to assume basic command of an incident and to supervise public safety personnel in general. Completion of the Planning classes will specifically prepare the student to handle any public safety incident purchasing and to assume roles in the Planning Section of an ICS organization as Documentation Unit Leader, Field Observer/Display Processor, Situation Unit Leader and Demobilization/Resource Unit Leader. Completion of this certificate will also help in preparing the student for advancement to Planning Section Chief in the ICS.

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Preschool Teacher

Child Development, A.S.

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Students who seek a career working with children, families and communities should enroll in this program of study, which emphasizes the integration of theory, research, and practice from multiple disciplines. It is a unique blend of family studies, community services, early and elementary education, parenting and child nutrition, with a focus on birth through adolescence.

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Early Childhood Education Certificate

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Students who earn this certificate will meet the requirements for Teacher level of the California Child Development Permit and become capable and competent teachers of children up to age five. This certificate also complies with Title XXII regulations for employment in community care-licensed programs. Certification requires the completion of a minimum of six units completed at Butte College and a grade of "C" or better in each course. The coursework for this certificate is also available in Spanish.

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Early Childhood Education Certificate of Achievement

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Students who earn this certificate will meet the requirements for the teacher level of the California Child Development Permit and become competent and effective lead teachers and caregivers of young children up to age five. Additional work experience and general education coursework is required to qualify for a state permit.

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Early Childhood Education, A.S.

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The field of early care and education is a dynamic and growing area of study for students who seek to work with young children up to age eight. Students who earn an AS degree in Early Childhood Education will play a pivotal role in the lives of children, families and their local community. All students who complete this degree will achieve competency in promoting child development and learning, building family and community relationships, implementing developmentally appropriate curricula while learning about child assessment systems, teaching in a diverse society, and becoming lifelong learners.

Career opportunities in the early childhood education and child development fields are many and varied. Programs for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and school-aged children and their parents continue to increase in number. Potential careers include: early childhood teacher/administrator, child care provider, playground program specialist, social worker, consultant, play therapist/activity specialist or teacher for hospitalized children, elementary school teacher, designer of children's products, legislative analyst/aide, and human services lobbyist. Opportunities are dependent upon the amount of education and experience acquired.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Court Personnel/Pre-law Certificate of Achievement

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This program is designed around a core of law-related courses. From this basic core, a student can expand into a number of specialized areas such as pre-law, court personnel, paralegal, law enforcement, public administration, social welfare, and probation. Students entering the program should have a high level of reading and writing ability. It is recommended that students still in high school concentrate on English and business skills. The AS degree should be considered a step towards a higher degree or specialized instruction.

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Court Personnel/Pre-law, A.S.

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This program is designed around a core of law-related courses. From this basic core, a student can expand into a number of specialized areas such as pre-law, court personnel, paralegal, law enforcement, public administration, social welfare, and probation. Students entering the program should have a high level of reading and writing ability. It is recommended that students still in high school concentrate on English and business skills. The AS degree should be considered a step towards a higher degree or specialized instruction.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Certificate

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The primary focus of the Emergency Medical Responder is to initiate immediate lifesaving care to critical patients who access the emergency medical system. This individual possesses the basic knowledge and skills necessary to provide lifesaving interventions while awaiting additional EMS response and to assist higher level personnel at the scene and during transport. Emergency Medical Responders function as part of a comprehensive EMS response. Emergency Medical Responders perform basic interventions with minimal equipment.

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Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certificate

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The primary focus of the Emergency Medical Technician is to provide basic emergency medical care and transportation for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical system. This individual possesses the basic knowledge and skills necessary to provide patient care and transportation. Emergency Medical Technicians function as part of a comprehensive EMS response. Emergency Medical Technicians perform interventions with basic equipment typically found on an ambulance. The Emergency Medical Technician is a link from the scene to the emergency health care system.
The department recommends that you take the following courses along with this course Medical Terminology (ALH 104), Soft Skills for Professional Health Care (ALH 6), Introduction to Human Biology (BIOL 2), Survey of Human Systems (BIOL 10).

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Paramedic Certificate of Achievement

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The Paramedic program is designed to prepare the student to become a licensed paramedic in the State of California. It meets all California requirements. The program is also accredited by the Committee on Accreditation for the EMS Professions (CoAEMSP). Licensure examinations may be taken upon completion of the two-semester program. The goal of the Butte College Paramedic Program is to prepare competent entry-level Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains with or without exit points at the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician and/or Emergency Medical Technician, and/or Emergency Medical Responder levels.

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Paramedic, A.S.

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The Paramedic program is designed to prepare the student to become a licensed paramedic in the State of California. It meets all California requirements. The program is also accredited by the Committee on Accreditation for the EMS Professions (CoAEMSP). Licensure examinations may be taken upon completion of the two-semester program. The goal of the Butte College Paramedic Program is to prepare competent entry-level Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains with or without exit points at the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician and/or Emergency Medical Technician, and/or Emergency Medical Responder levels.

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Environmental Field Technician

Environmental Science, A.S.

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The major promotes an understanding of basic operational principles underlying the biosphere and ecosystem through a transdisciplinary approach to understanding interaction between the biological and physical world and human institutions. Students will understand essential biological and physical processes, analyze human/environment interactions, understand different cultural perspectives on the environment, build critical thinking skills as the basis for decision making and sound value judgements, gain specialized analytical skills in at least one area of environmental science, build teamwork, leadership, conflict resolution skills, and develop effective communication skills.

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Teacher Assistant

Para Education Certificate

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Students who earn this certificate in Para Education will develop skills that are valued by employers. Certificate holders may begin careers as Para Educator, Para Professional, Teacher Assistant, or Teacher Aid in the TK-12 schools.

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Manufacturing Industry

Industrial Engineering Technician

Advanced Manufacturing Certificate of Achievement

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The Certificate of Achievement in Advanced Manufacturing will provide diverse experiential learning opportunities within a progressive curriculum, using advanced technology, industry cooperation, and alumni support to prepare students for productive futures in the Manufacturing industry. This program will present a range of opportunities for students to earn small industry-recognized certificates as well as more a comprehensive Certificate of Achievement in Advanced Manufacturing. Students will additionally have the opportunity to earn an A.S. Degree which is designed to prepare students to contribute in the manufacturing process from design to finish in a managerial capacity. This will be accomplished with training that employs industry tours, internships and hands-on experiences with manual, semi-automatic, and CNC equipment operations that models industry principles and practices during the process of advanced manufacturing.

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Advanced Manufacturing Level I Certificate

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This certificate in Advanced Manufacturing Level I covers the basic principles of the introduction to manufacturing equipment, production welding, finishing, and modeling to production. Basic safety principles, as well as the introduction to trade licensure and manufacturing guidelines used in the industry.

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Advanced Manufacturing Level II Certificate

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This certificate in Advanced Manufacturing Level II covers the principles, setup and operations of manufacturing equipment, production welding, finishing, and modeling to production. Basic safety principles, as well as trade licensure preparation and manufacturing guidelines used in the industry.

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Advanced Manufacturing Level III Certificate

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This certificate in Advanced Manufacturing Level III covers the introduction and principles of ERP software for manufacturing, introduction to robotic welding, 3D modeling to production, and an internship with local trade company. Safety principles are always practiced, as well as trade licensure preparation and manufacturing guidelines used in the industry.

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Advanced Manufacturing Level IV Certificate

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This certificate in Advanced Manufacturing Level IV covers the advanced principles of ERP software for manufacturing, robotic welding, 3D modeling to production, and an internship with local trade company. Safety principles are always practiced, as well as testing for trade licensure and manufacturing guidelines used in the industry.

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Advanced Manufacturing, A.S.

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The Associate of Science Degree in Advanced Manufacturing program will provide diverse experiential learning opportunities within a progressive curriculum, using advanced technology, industry cooperation, and alumni support to prepare students for productive futures in the Manufacturing industry. This program will present a range of opportunities for students to earn small industry-recognized certificates as well as more a comprehensive Certificate of Achievement in Advanced Manufacturing. Students will additionally have the opportunity to earn an A.S. Degree which is designed to prepare students to contribute in the manufacturing process from design to finish in a managerial capacity. This will be accomplished with training that employs industry tours, internships and hands-on experiences with manual, semi-automatic, and CNC equipment operations that models industry principles and practices during the process of advanced manufacturing.

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Manufacturing Operations Certificate of Achievement

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The Certificate of Achievement in Manufacturing Operations will provide diverse experiential learning opportunities within a progressive curriculum, using advanced technology, industry cooperation, and alumni support to prepare students for productive futures in the Manufacturing industry. This program will present a range of opportunities for students to earn small industry-recognized certificates as well as more a comprehensive Certificate of Achievement in Advanced Manufacturing. Students will additionally have the opportunity to earn an A.S. Degree which is designed to prepare students to contribute in the manufacturing process from design to finish in a managerial capacity. This will be accomplished with training that employs industry tours, internships and hands-on experiences with manual, semi-automatic, and CNC equipment operations that models industry principles and practices during the process of advanced manufacturing.

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Production Management Certificate of Achievement

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The Certificate of Achievement in Production Management will provide diverse experiential learning opportunities within a progressive curriculum, using advanced technology, industry cooperation, and alumni support to prepare students for productive futures in the Manufacturing industry. This program will present a range of opportunities for students to earn small industry-recognized certificates as well as more a comprehensive Certificate of Achievement in Advanced Manufacturing. Students will additionally have the opportunity to earn an A.S. Degree which is designed to prepare students to contribute in the manufacturing process from design to finish in a managerial capacity. This will be accomplished with training that employs industry tours, internships and hands-on experiences with manual, semi-automatic, and CNC equipment operations that models industry principles and practices during the process of advanced manufacturing.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Technology - Honda, Professional Automotive Career Training (PACT) Certificate of Achievement

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The Certificate of Achievement in Automotive Technology - Honda, Professional Automotive Career Training (PACT) prepares students to enter the workforce as entry level Honda and Acura technicians in dealerships nationwide. After program completion, the student will also receive a nationally recognized certification from American Honda that indicates the completion of standardized curriculum delivered at all PACT schools across the nation.

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Automotive Technology - Honda, Professional Automotive Career Training (PACT), A.S.

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The Associate of Science Degree in Automotive Technology - Honda, Professional Automotive Career Training (PACT) prepares students to enter the workforce as entry level Honda and Acura technicians in dealerships nationwide. After program completion, the student will also receive a nationally recognized certification from American Honda that indicates the completion of standardized curriculum delivered at all PACT schools across the nation.

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Automotive Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Butte College Automotive Technology program is an ASE/NATEF certified school and is designed to prepare students for employment as automotive technicians in both dealerships and independent garages. All automotive classes are offered at the Skyway Center in Chico. The Skyway Center is a modern facility and completely outfitted with the power and hand tools needed to hone the student's skills. The goal of the department is to train highly-skilled entry-level technicians with work habits that will make them successful. The Automotive Department has partnered with American Honda and Subaru. This allows for make specific training and certification via the PACT Program (Honda and Acura) and Subaru.

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Automotive Technology, A.S.

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The Butte College Automotive Technology program is an ASE/NATEF certified school and is designed to prepare students for employment as automotive technicians in both dealerships and independent garages. All automotive classes are offered at the Skyway Center in Chico. The Skyway Center is a modern facility and completely outfitted with the power and hand tools needed to hone the student's skills. The goal of the department is to train highly-skilled entry-level technicians with work habits that will make them successful. The Automotive Department has partnered with American Honda and Subaru. This allows for make specific training and certification via the PACT Program (Honda and Acura) and Subaru.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Diesel Mechanics program trains students to remove

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Diesel Technology, A.S.

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The Diesel Mechanics program trains students to remove

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Cisco Network Administration Certificate

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Identify and describe connection-oriented network services and the functions of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model.
Design, build, configure, and maintain small to medium-sized computer networks utilizing switches, routers, and WAN connections.
Identify labor market needs and properly prepare for the most relevant industry certification exams.

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Computer System Administration Certificate of Achievement

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The Computer System Administration program prepares students for industry standard certification exams and entry-level positions as computer support technicians and computer system administrators. The core curriculum covers Microsoft server installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and maintenance. No prerequisite skills are required for students to enroll in the program.

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Computer System Administration, A.S.

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The Computer System Administration program prepares students for industry standard certification exams and entry-level positions as computer support technicians and computer system administrators. The core curriculum covers Microsoft server installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and maintenance. No prerequisite skills are required for students to enroll in the program.

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Software Developer

Computer Animation and Game Development, A.S.

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Students in Computer Animation and Game Development use art and technology to design and create multimedia environments that communicate, inform, and entertain. Computer Animation and Game Development provides a foundation for students who wish to pursue further studies in digital animation, video game design, 3-D modeling, texture art, concept art, special effects art, graphic art, storyboard art, and game programming. The program prepares students for transfer to the Computer Animation and Game Development program at California State University, Chico and for similar majors at other four-year colleges and universities.

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Computer Programming Certificate of Achievement

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The Computer Programming program prepares students for entry-level positions as computer programmers and web developers. The core curriculum covers the software development life-cycle, algorithms, fundamental data structures, database design, and the design, implementation, and testing of computer programs and dynamic websites.No prerequisite skills are required for students to enroll in the program.

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Computer Programming, A.S.

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The Computer Programming program prepares students for entry-level positions as computer programmers and web developers. The core curriculum covers the software development life-cycle, algorithms, fundamental data structures, database design, and the design, implementation, and testing of computer programs and dynamic websites.No prerequisite skills are required for students to enroll in the program.

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Computer Science, A.S.

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Describe the organizational structure of computer hardware and its connection to computer software.
Apply the structured approach to computer software system design.
Apply the object-oriented approach to computer software system design.
Document program source code following established conventions and standards.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Support Technician Certificate

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Identify, describe, install, and maintain the fundamental hardware and software components of a modern computer system.
Apply the fundamental techniques of computer security to ensure account and data integrity.
Identify and describe connection-oriented network services and the functions of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model.
Identify labor market needs and properly prepare for the most relevant industry certification exams.

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Computer Support Technician Certificate

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Identify, describe, install, and maintain the fundamental hardware and software components of a modern computer system.
Apply the fundamental techniques of computer security to ensure account and data integrity.
Identify and describe connection-oriented network services and the functions of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model.
Identify labor market needs and properly prepare for the most relevant industry certification exams.

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Computer System Administration Certificate of Achievement

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The Computer System Administration program prepares students for industry standard certification exams and entry-level positions as computer support technicians and computer system administrators. The core curriculum covers Microsoft server installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and maintenance. No prerequisite skills are required for students to enroll in the program.

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Computer System Administration, A.S.

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The Computer System Administration program prepares students for industry standard certification exams and entry-level positions as computer support technicians and computer system administrators. The core curriculum covers Microsoft server installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and maintenance. No prerequisite skills are required for students to enroll in the program.

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Microsoft Server Administration Certificate

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Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Implement a core Windows Server 2016 infrastructure in an existing enterprise environment.
Implement, manage, maintain and provision services and infrastructure in a Windows Server 2016 environment.
Identify labor market needs and properly prepare for the most relevant industry certification exams.

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Energy Industry

Power Generation Technician

Diesel Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Diesel Mechanics program trains students to remove

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Diesel Technology, A.S.

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The Diesel Mechanics program trains students to remove

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Business Industry

Training and Development Specialist

Human Resources Certificate

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Students explore important issues in human resources management including: changing government and legal requirements, downsizing, attention to and appreciation for diversity, global workforce development, the role of information systems, and changing cultural and economic factors.

The certificate is designed to provide students with an exposure to management and human resource concepts which would qualify the student to work as a human resources assistant. Human resource assistants help with recruiting, hiring, employee orientation, training, development, compensation, benefits, safety and wellness of employees.

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Real Estate Appraiser

Real Estate Appraisal Certificate

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The certificate in Real Estate Appraisal is helpful for students considering careers as real estate appraisers. However, to obtain an appraiser's license, a bachelor degree is required. Courses are also available for individuals interested in increasing their awareness and skills in the technical aspects of real estate transactions.

The real estate industry offers many interesting areas of employment and specialization. Positions may be found in real estate sales, appraisal, property management, finance, land development and consulting. A real estate appraiser is authorized to estimate the value of residential and/or commercial property using various tools and techniques. To become a licensed real estate appraiser, students are required to hold a bachelor degree in addition to appraisal coursework and experience.

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Real Estate Certificate of Achievement

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The Real Estate program is designed with two broad objectives. The first is to prepare beginning students for entry into the real estate field, and the second objective is to upgrade the knowledge and skills of real estate professionals.

Three options of study are offered: a one-year program leading to a Certificate of Achievement; a two-year program leading to an Associate Degree; and certificate programs helpful for students preparing for the California salesperson licensing exam and those considering careers as real estate appraisers. Courses are also available for individuals interested in increasing their awareness and skills in the technical aspects of real estate transactions. The successful real estate professional is a person who relates well with people and is a "self-starter."

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Real Estate Sales Certificate

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The certificate in Real Estate Sales is helpful for students preparing for the California salesperson licensing exam. Courses are also available for individuals interested in increasing their awareness and skills in the technical aspects of real estate transactions.

The real estate industry offers many interesting areas of employment and specialization. Positions may be found in real estate sales, appraisal, property management, finance, land development and consulting. A license is required of all real estate salespeople. Real estate sales persons are responsible for the sale of land and property, who conduct real estate activities under the supervision of a license real estate broker.

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Real Estate, A.S.

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The Real Estate program is designed with two broad objectives. The first is to prepare beginning students for entry into the real estate field, and the second objective is to upgrade the knowledge and skills of real estate professionals.

Three options of study are offered: a one-year program leading to a Certificate of Achievement; a two-year program leading to an Associate Degree; and certificate programs helpful for students preparing for the California salesperson licensing exam and those considering careers as real estate appraisers. Courses are also available for individuals interested in increasing their awareness and skills in the technical aspects of real estate transactions. The successful real estate professional is a person who relates well with people and is a "self-starter."

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