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Preschool Teacher

Alternative Teacher Licensure

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The Alternative Teacher Licensure Certificate Program at CNM is a state-accredited post-baccalaureate program for obtaining your New Mexico Level 1 teaching license.

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Alternative Teacher Licensure

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The Alternative Teacher Licensure Certificate Program at CNM is a state-accredited post-baccalaureate program for obtaining your New Mexico Level 1 teaching license.

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Career Technical Education Teaching, C. A. S.

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The Career Technical Education (CTE) Teaching Certificate provides a pathway for CTE teachers to become eligible for a Secondary Vocational-Technical License from NMPED.  This pathway to licensure allows students and industry professionals the opportunity to complete the 16 credit hours of college level work to meet licensure requirements in secondary vocational-technical education.

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Career Technical Education Teaching, C. A. S.

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The Career Technical Education (CTE) Teaching Certificate provides a pathway for CTE teachers to become eligible for a Secondary Vocational-Technical License from NMPED.  This pathway to licensure allows students and industry professionals the opportunity to complete the 16 credit hours of college level work to meet licensure requirements in secondary vocational-technical education.

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Child Development, C. A. S.

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The CNM Child Development Certificate of Achievement is aligned to support the New Mexico Child Development Certificate (CDC) offered by the New Mexico Office of Child Development. The New Mexico Child Development Certificate is the state equivalent of the Child Development Associate (CDA). CNM offers the coursework for the Child Development Certificate in English and Spanish.

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Early Childhood Multicultural Education, Early Childhood, A. A. S.

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The Early Childhood Program Administration Concentration is designed for students who would like to run their own business in early childhood or work as program directors, assistant directors, or lead teachers in an early childhood setting.  Individuals will graduate with a strong background in early childhood and early childhood administration.

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Early Childhood Multicultural Education, Infant Family Studies Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Early Childhood Multicultural Education Infant Family Studies Concentration is designed for educators in the field of early childhood, home visiting and early intervention. The Infant Family Studies concentration in Early Childhood will transfer to a bachelor’s program at Eastern New Mexico University.

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Early Childhood Program Administration, C. A. S.

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The Early Childhood Program Administration Certificate is designed for students who would like to run their own business in early childhood or work as program directors, assistant directors, or lead teachers in an early childhood setting.  Individuals will graduate with a strong background in early childhood and early childhood administration. For current early childhood program professionals, this certificate will increase your leadership abilities and help you take your early childhood program to the next level.

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Early Childhood Program Administration, C. A. S.

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The Early Childhood Program Administration Certificate is designed for students who would like to run their own business in early childhood or work as program directors, assistant directors, or lead teachers in an early childhood setting.  Individuals will graduate with a strong background in early childhood and early childhood administration. For current early childhood program professionals, this certificate will increase your leadership abilities and help you take your early childhood program to the next level.

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Teacher Education, Elementary/Special Education Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Teacher Education Elementary and Special Education associate degree program focuses the knowledge, dispositions and skills required for working with children in the public school system (PreK-12). Students will gain practical experience through field experience in a PreK-12 public school setting. Students interested in teaching in the early grades (PreK-3rd grade) should also consider the Birth-3rd Grade Teacher concentration in the Early Childhood Multicultural Education Degree. 

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Teacher Education, Elementary/Special Education Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Teacher Education Elementary and Special Education associate degree program focuses the knowledge, dispositions and skills required for working with children in the public school system (PreK-12). Students will gain practical experience through field experience in a PreK-12 public school setting. Students interested in teaching in the early grades (PreK-3rd grade) should also consider the Birth-3rd Grade Teacher concentration in the Early Childhood Multicultural Education Degree. 

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Teacher Education, Secondary Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Teacher Education associate degree program focuses on the knowledge, dispositions and skills required for working with children in the public school system (K-12). Students will gain practical experience in the classroom.

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Teacher Education, Secondary Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Teacher Education associate degree program focuses on the knowledge, dispositions and skills required for working with children in the public school system (K-12). Students will gain practical experience in the classroom.

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Teacher Assistant

Alternative Teacher Licensure

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The Alternative Teacher Licensure Certificate Program at CNM is a state-accredited post-baccalaureate program for obtaining your New Mexico Level 1 teaching license.

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Career Technical Education Teaching, C. A. S.

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The Career Technical Education (CTE) Teaching Certificate provides a pathway for CTE teachers to become eligible for a Secondary Vocational-Technical License from NMPED.  This pathway to licensure allows students and industry professionals the opportunity to complete the 16 credit hours of college level work to meet licensure requirements in secondary vocational-technical education.

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Early Childhood Program Administration, C. A. S.

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The Early Childhood Program Administration Certificate is designed for students who would like to run their own business in early childhood or work as program directors, assistant directors, or lead teachers in an early childhood setting.  Individuals will graduate with a strong background in early childhood and early childhood administration. For current early childhood program professionals, this certificate will increase your leadership abilities and help you take your early childhood program to the next level.

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Teacher Education, Elementary/Special Education Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Teacher Education Elementary and Special Education associate degree program focuses the knowledge, dispositions and skills required for working with children in the public school system (PreK-12). Students will gain practical experience through field experience in a PreK-12 public school setting. Students interested in teaching in the early grades (PreK-3rd grade) should also consider the Birth-3rd Grade Teacher concentration in the Early Childhood Multicultural Education Degree. 

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Teacher Education, Secondary Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Teacher Education associate degree program focuses on the knowledge, dispositions and skills required for working with children in the public school system (K-12). Students will gain practical experience in the classroom.

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Criminal Investigator

CNM Law Enforcement Academy, C. A. S.

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The CNMLEA utilizes experienced instructors who are certified in their respective subject areas. Instructors have diverse backgrounds and include active and retired law enforcement officers, attorneys, criminal justice practitioners, and other state certified professional trainers.

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CNM Law Enforcement Academy, C. A. S.

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The CNMLEA utilizes experienced instructors who are certified in their respective subject areas. Instructors have diverse backgrounds and include active and retired law enforcement officers, attorneys, criminal justice practitioners, and other state certified professional trainers.

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Criminal Justice, A. A. S.

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The number of careers in the field of Criminal Justice continues to expand, involving careers in both the public and private sectors. These careers include law enforcement, corrections, the courts and security services. Security careers include private and personal security, commercial security, industrial security, public security, retail, information and Homeland Security.

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Criminal Justice, A. A. S.

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The number of careers in the field of Criminal Justice continues to expand, involving careers in both the public and private sectors. These careers include law enforcement, corrections, the courts and security services. Security careers include private and personal security, commercial security, industrial security, public security, retail, information and Homeland Security.

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Criminology, A. A. S.

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Closely aligned with the sociology program, this criminology program is designed to meet the requirements for an Associate of Arts in Criminology from CNM.  It will also prepare a student to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology or Sociology from a 4-year college or university. Students will develop critical thinking skills through comparison of major theories in the field, analysis of crime trends, and evaluation of the criminal justice system.

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Criminology, A. A. S.

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Closely aligned with the sociology program, this criminology program is designed to meet the requirements for an Associate of Arts in Criminology from CNM.  It will also prepare a student to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology or Sociology from a 4-year college or university. Students will develop critical thinking skills through comparison of major theories in the field, analysis of crime trends, and evaluation of the criminal justice system.

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Correctional Officer

CNM Law Enforcement Academy, C. A. S.

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The CNMLEA utilizes experienced instructors who are certified in their respective subject areas. Instructors have diverse backgrounds and include active and retired law enforcement officers, attorneys, criminal justice practitioners, and other state certified professional trainers.

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CNM Law Enforcement Academy, C. A. S.

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The CNMLEA utilizes experienced instructors who are certified in their respective subject areas. Instructors have diverse backgrounds and include active and retired law enforcement officers, attorneys, criminal justice practitioners, and other state certified professional trainers.

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Criminal Justice, A. A. S.

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The number of careers in the field of Criminal Justice continues to expand, involving careers in both the public and private sectors. These careers include law enforcement, corrections, the courts and security services. Security careers include private and personal security, commercial security, industrial security, public security, retail, information and Homeland Security.

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Criminal Justice, A. A. S.

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The number of careers in the field of Criminal Justice continues to expand, involving careers in both the public and private sectors. These careers include law enforcement, corrections, the courts and security services. Security careers include private and personal security, commercial security, industrial security, public security, retail, information and Homeland Security.

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Criminology, A. A. S.

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Closely aligned with the sociology program, this criminology program is designed to meet the requirements for an Associate of Arts in Criminology from CNM.  It will also prepare a student to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology or Sociology from a 4-year college or university. Students will develop critical thinking skills through comparison of major theories in the field, analysis of crime trends, and evaluation of the criminal justice system.

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Criminology, A. A. S.

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Closely aligned with the sociology program, this criminology program is designed to meet the requirements for an Associate of Arts in Criminology from CNM.  It will also prepare a student to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology or Sociology from a 4-year college or university. Students will develop critical thinking skills through comparison of major theories in the field, analysis of crime trends, and evaluation of the criminal justice system.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

CNM Law Enforcement Academy, C. A. S.

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The CNMLEA utilizes experienced instructors who are certified in their respective subject areas. Instructors have diverse backgrounds and include active and retired law enforcement officers, attorneys, criminal justice practitioners, and other state certified professional trainers.

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Criminal Justice, A. A. S.

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The number of careers in the field of Criminal Justice continues to expand, involving careers in both the public and private sectors. These careers include law enforcement, corrections, the courts and security services. Security careers include private and personal security, commercial security, industrial security, public security, retail, information and Homeland Security.

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Criminology, A. A. S.

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Closely aligned with the sociology program, this criminology program is designed to meet the requirements for an Associate of Arts in Criminology from CNM.  It will also prepare a student to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology or Sociology from a 4-year college or university. Students will develop critical thinking skills through comparison of major theories in the field, analysis of crime trends, and evaluation of the criminal justice system.

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Paralegal Studies, A. A. S.

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The Paralegal program prepares students for careers in the legal field. Paralegals are skilled professionals who perform practical legal tasks under the supervision of a licensed attorney. Paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public except as permitted by law. Responsibilities include interviewing and assisting clients and witnesses, investigation, data analysis, drafting legal documents, research, and case management.

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Social Services Assistant

Community Health Worker, C. A. S.

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CHWs are frontline public health workers and critical members of health care delivery teams. They focus on the social aspects of care that support and enhance critical clinical activities such as diagnosis, treatment, or clinical procedures that are performed by licensed health professionals like doctors and nurses. This certificate prepares students to enter the workforce as community health workers.

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Criminology, A. A. S.

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Closely aligned with the sociology program, this criminology program is designed to meet the requirements for an Associate of Arts in Criminology from CNM.  It will also prepare a student to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology or Sociology from a 4-year college or university. Students will develop critical thinking skills through comparison of major theories in the field, analysis of crime trends, and evaluation of the criminal justice system.

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Criminology, A. A. S.

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Closely aligned with the sociology program, this criminology program is designed to meet the requirements for an Associate of Arts in Criminology from CNM.  It will also prepare a student to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology or Sociology from a 4-year college or university. Students will develop critical thinking skills through comparison of major theories in the field, analysis of crime trends, and evaluation of the criminal justice system.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Room Technician

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This certificate prepares students for work in hospital emergency rooms as emergency room technicians.  It combines courses in Emergency Medical Services and courses in Patient Care Technician to give students the scope of skills needed to be ER technicians. 

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Emergency Medical Services, Intermediate Concentration, C. A. S.

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The EMT-Intermediate program offers additional skills and training for EMS personnel. These courses may be taken by students wishing to gain additional medical skills, but not wishing to pursue a paramedic license. These courses may also provide additional training prior to entrance into the paramedic program. These courses are recommended for students with field experience as an EMT. This is a recommended pre-requisite to the paramedic program.

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Emergency Medical Services, Paramedic Concentration, A. A. S.

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EMT-Paramedics provide the highest level of care in the prehospital setting and are currently in high demand. The EMS-Paramedic program’s first term courses are typically offered spring and fall term only. This may delay a student’s program start date. Please check with an Academic Coach for more information.

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Emergency Medical Services, Paramedic Concentration, A. A. S.

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EMT-Paramedics provide the highest level of care in the prehospital setting and are currently in high demand. The EMS-Paramedic program’s first term courses are typically offered spring and fall term only. This may delay a student’s program start date. Please check with an Academic Coach for more information.

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Firefighter

Emergency Medical Services, Paramedic Concentration, A. A. S.

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EMT-Paramedics provide the highest level of care in the prehospital setting and are currently in high demand. The EMS-Paramedic program’s first term courses are typically offered spring and fall term only. This may delay a student’s program start date. Please check with an Academic Coach for more information.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architectural/Engineering Drafting Technology, A. A. S.

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The Architectural Engineering Drafting Technology (ARDR) program utilizes up-to-date computer-aided drafting (CAD) software applications to train drafting technicians for the building construction industry. Drafting is taught in combination with the principles of architectural/engineering graphic conventions, and the theory and practice of construction technology. The program curriculum also concentrates on the development of communication, teamwork, and problem solving skills needed to work in an architectural/engineering office environment.

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Geographic Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Geographic Information Technology (GIT) Degree program offers a rigorous curriculum in geospatial technology, encompassing the areas of GIS, survey, remote sensing, database and programming in addition to general education courses. Students completing the degree will be prepared to work in the geospatial industry or continue on to 4-year studies in geography at UNM or NMSU.

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Geographic Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Geographic Information Technology (GIT) Degree program offers a rigorous curriculum in geospatial technology, encompassing the areas of GIS, survey, remote sensing, database and programming in addition to general education courses. Students completing the degree will be prepared to work in the geospatial industry or continue on to 4-year studies in geography at UNM or NMSU.

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Geographic Information Technology, C. A. S.

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The GIS concentration emphasizes applications of GIS software and includes courses in database design as well as programming. Students pursuing this certificate concentration will learn the latest industry technology as applied to a range of topics including environmental, hydrological and business applications.

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Geographic Information Technology, C. A. S.

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The GIS concentration emphasizes applications of GIS software and includes courses in database design as well as programming. Students pursuing this certificate concentration will learn the latest industry technology as applied to a range of topics including environmental, hydrological and business applications.

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Pre-Architecture, A. A. S.

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Architecture is the art and science of designing and constructing the built environment.  The Pre-Architecture degree is designed to introduce students to architectural design, history and practice.  Prepares students for transfer to a pre-professional architecture degree. 

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Pre-Architecture, A. A. S.

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Architecture is the art and science of designing and constructing the built environment.  The Pre-Architecture degree is designed to introduce students to architectural design, history and practice.  Prepares students for transfer to a pre-professional architecture degree. 

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HVAC Technician

Commercial, Industrial HVAC and Building Performance, C. A. S.

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With the Commercial, Industrial HVAC/R & Green Building Performance Certificate of Completion students will have an in-depth background in commercial and industrial refrigeration, steam and hot water boilers and boiler controls, chillers and chiller controls, green building performance and building automation controls. Students will create system designs which will include calculating building loads; duct design, performance analysis, and code enforcement.

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Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology, A. A. S.

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The Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC) Technology program provides students the opportunity to gain knowledge and technical skills for entry into the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVAC/R) field in the areas of service, maintenance, installation, energy efficiency and green building standards.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, A. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, A. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, C. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, C. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Residential HVAC, C. A. S.

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The Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC) Technology program provides students the opportunity to gain knowledge and technical skills for entry into the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVAC/R) field in the areas of service, maintenance, installation, energy efficiency and green building standards. The program prepares the students in proper safety practices of mechanical equipment, proper refrigeration and hydronic piping practices, electrical circuitry and troubleshooting, service and maintenance of various types of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, heat pump, commercial and industrial refrigeration and HVAC/R accessories. The program offers students an in-depth background in HVAC/R fundamentals through hands-on labs. Training is provided in service and maintenance on heating (natural gas and electric), air conditioning and heat pumps (packaged and split systems), steam and hot water boilers and boiler controls, chillers and chiller controls, green building performance and building automation controls. Students will gain an understanding of wiring diagrams to be able to troubleshoot equipment problems and create a sequence of operation from the wiring diagrams. Create system designs which will include calculating building loads; duct design, performance analysis, and code enforcement.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Construction Estimating and Scheduling, A. A. S.

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Construction estimating and scheduling are critical skills for construction managers. This certificate, which falls under the Construction Management program, provides a firm base in construction fundamentals, scheduling and estimating, and introduces students to the wider field of construction management in a 3-term certificate.  All courses are also included in the Construction Management A.A.S. degree, providing a certification opportunity for students while they complete their degree studies.

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Geographic Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Geographic Information Technology (GIT) Degree program offers a rigorous curriculum in geospatial technology, encompassing the areas of GIS, survey, remote sensing, database and programming in addition to general education courses. Students completing the degree will be prepared to work in the geospatial industry or continue on to 4-year studies in geography at UNM or NMSU.

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Geographic Information Technology, C. A. S.

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The GIS concentration emphasizes applications of GIS software and includes courses in database design as well as programming. Students pursuing this certificate concentration will learn the latest industry technology as applied to a range of topics including environmental, hydrological and business applications.

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Pre-Architecture, A. A. S.

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Architecture is the art and science of designing and constructing the built environment.  The Pre-Architecture degree is designed to introduce students to architectural design, history and practice.  Prepares students for transfer to a pre-professional architecture degree. 

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Surveying Technology, C. A. S.

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The Surveying Technology Certificate of Completion program at CNM is designed to meet the requirements for employment in the surveying and mapping industry. Students will obtain a thorough grounding in the technical aspects of surveying. The program is enhanced by including Geographic Information Systems courses to produce a well-rounded background in the geospatial mapping fields.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Construction Estimating and Scheduling, A. A. S.

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Construction estimating and scheduling are critical skills for construction managers. This certificate, which falls under the Construction Management program, provides a firm base in construction fundamentals, scheduling and estimating, and introduces students to the wider field of construction management in a 3-term certificate.  All courses are also included in the Construction Management A.A.S. degree, providing a certification opportunity for students while they complete their degree studies.

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Construction Estimating and Scheduling, A. A. S.

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Construction estimating and scheduling are critical skills for construction managers. This certificate, which falls under the Construction Management program, provides a firm base in construction fundamentals, scheduling and estimating, and introduces students to the wider field of construction management in a 3-term certificate.  All courses are also included in the Construction Management A.A.S. degree, providing a certification opportunity for students while they complete their degree studies.

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Construction Management Technology, A. A. S.

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Construction Management insures the timely, safe and cost-efficient execution of building projects.  Construction managers use advanced software and an in-depth understanding of the construction process and related materials to optimize project efficiency and work in an office as well as outside, on the jobsite.  

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Electrician

Electrical Trades, C. A. S.

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The Electrical Trades Certificate Program provides students the opportunity to gain the knowledge and technical skills necessary to enter the field of electrical trades. A certificate is obtained by the student after successful completion of three terms and is accepted by the State of New Mexico Construction Industries Division as two years experience toward the four-year experience requirement for the State of New Mexico Journeyman Electrical Certificate (JE98).

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Electrical Trades, Photovoltaic Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electrical Technologies-Photovoltaic concentration provides students with the knowledge and technical skills necessary to gain entry level employment in the electrical and photovoltaic installation industry.

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Electrical Trades, Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electrical Technologies-Programmable Logic Controls concentration provides students with the knowledge and technical skills necessary to gain entry level employment in the electrical and programmable logic controls industry.

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Plumbing and Gas Fitting, A. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, A. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, C. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, C. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumber

Plumbing and Gas Fitting, A. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, C. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, A. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, A. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, C. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Plumbing and Gas Fitting, C. A. S.

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The Plumbing Certificate and Associate Degree programs provide students with opportunities to develop marketable skills in areas of installation, repair and maintenance of common plumbing systems. Mathematical computations; interpretation of code, manufacturer’s requirements, descriptions of technological advancements, public health and general public safety responsibilities are emphasized. Core principles and concepts of plumbing systems are cornerstones for each course. Classroom theory leads to team and individual hands-on projects, which are recorded, completed and evaluated. Plumbing safety, blueprint reading, gas fittings, pipe layout, drain waste and vent piping systems are subjects covered during the first term. Backflow prevention, commercial plumbing, building maintenance and repair, hydronics and plumbing systems and plumbing code applications are subjects concentrated on during the second term. Completion of the Plumbing certificate and Associate Degree programs provides students with the education and experience for a New Mexico Journeyman’s license.

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Welder

Welding Technology, A. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on Welding Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment in a variety of industrial careers.

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Welding, C. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on Welding Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, and metallurgy. Classes include classroom and lab time. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment in a variety of industrial careers.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Body Technician

Automotive Technology, A. A. S.

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The Automotive Technology program prepares you for a career in the automotive and light-truck service and repair industry. You'll apply classroom theory to various hands-on activities in our innovative automotive lab and earn ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certifications throughout our program. Additional training is available for Subaru and/or Ford models.

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Automotive Technology, A. A. S.

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The Automotive Technology program prepares you for a career in the automotive and light-truck service and repair industry. You'll apply classroom theory to various hands-on activities in our innovative automotive lab and earn ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certifications throughout our program. Additional training is available for Subaru and/or Ford models.

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Diesel Equipment Technology, A. A. S.

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Students study a variety of vehicle systems in classes combining theory and laboratory exercises that prepare graduates to work on a variety of medium- and heavy-duty trucks and equipment. The program provides extensive hands-on training opportunities to ensure competency at program completion.

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Transportation Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology Concentration, A. A. S.

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Students who earn certificates in their chosen concentration are encouraged to earn an Associate Degree in Transportation Technology by taking academic and related trades classes, including welding, OSHA compliance, environmental protection, communication, English and physical science. Upon completion of the associate degree program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment at automotive or medium/heavy duty equipment dealerships and independent repair facilities. Graduates have the potential to work in management and other related areas of service operations.

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Transportation Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology Concentration, A. A. S.

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Students who earn certificates in their chosen concentration are encouraged to earn an Associate Degree in Transportation Technology by taking academic and related trades classes, including welding, OSHA compliance, environmental protection, communication, English and physical science. Upon completion of the associate degree program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment at automotive or medium/heavy duty equipment dealerships and independent repair facilities. Graduates have the potential to work in management and other related areas of service operations.

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Technology, A. A. S.

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The Automotive Technology program prepares you for a career in the automotive and light-truck service and repair industry. You'll apply classroom theory to various hands-on activities in our innovative automotive lab and earn ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certifications throughout our program. Additional training is available for Subaru and/or Ford models.

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Automotive Technology, A. A. S.

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The Automotive Technology program prepares you for a career in the automotive and light-truck service and repair industry. You'll apply classroom theory to various hands-on activities in our innovative automotive lab and earn ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certifications throughout our program. Additional training is available for Subaru and/or Ford models.

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Diesel Equipment Technology, A. A. S.

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Students study a variety of vehicle systems in classes combining theory and laboratory exercises that prepare graduates to work on a variety of medium- and heavy-duty trucks and equipment. The program provides extensive hands-on training opportunities to ensure competency at program completion.

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Transportation Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology Concentration, A. A. S.

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Students who earn certificates in their chosen concentration are encouraged to earn an Associate Degree in Transportation Technology by taking academic and related trades classes, including welding, OSHA compliance, environmental protection, communication, English and physical science. Upon completion of the associate degree program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment at automotive or medium/heavy duty equipment dealerships and independent repair facilities. Graduates have the potential to work in management and other related areas of service operations.

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Transportation Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology Concentration, A. A. S.

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Students who earn certificates in their chosen concentration are encouraged to earn an Associate Degree in Transportation Technology by taking academic and related trades classes, including welding, OSHA compliance, environmental protection, communication, English and physical science. Upon completion of the associate degree program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment at automotive or medium/heavy duty equipment dealerships and independent repair facilities. Graduates have the potential to work in management and other related areas of service operations.

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Diesel Mechanic

Automotive Technology, A. A. S.

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The Automotive Technology program prepares you for a career in the automotive and light-truck service and repair industry. You'll apply classroom theory to various hands-on activities in our innovative automotive lab and earn ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certifications throughout our program. Additional training is available for Subaru and/or Ford models.

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Diesel Equipment Technology, A. A. S.

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Transportation Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology Concentration, A. A. S.

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Students who earn certificates in their chosen concentration are encouraged to earn an Associate Degree in Transportation Technology by taking academic and related trades classes, including welding, OSHA compliance, environmental protection, communication, English and physical science. Upon completion of the associate degree program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment at automotive or medium/heavy duty equipment dealerships and independent repair facilities. Graduates have the potential to work in management and other related areas of service operations.

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Transportation Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology Concentration, A. A. S.

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Students who earn certificates in their chosen concentration are encouraged to earn an Associate Degree in Transportation Technology by taking academic and related trades classes, including welding, OSHA compliance, environmental protection, communication, English and physical science. Upon completion of the associate degree program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment at automotive or medium/heavy duty equipment dealerships and independent repair facilities. Graduates have the potential to work in management and other related areas of service operations.

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Aircraft Mechanic

Aviation Technology, C. A. S.

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This Aviation Maintenance Technology program prepares you for certification as a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified Airframe and/or Powerplant (A&P) Technician. As a graduate, you will be equipped to take the FAA written, oral and practical exams. Students will apply theory in various hands-on activities. After passing the FAA exams, you will be qualified for employment in entry-level positions in the aviation maintenance and manufacturing fields, as well as other fields requiring highly trained technicians.

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Fundamentals, C. A. S.

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This certificate provides students with the fundamental skills, knowledge and abilities to successfully implement a UAS project.  Topics include safety, regulations, flight skills and practice, and use of UAS-based data to generate products such as topographic models or imagery.  This certificate is appropriate for professionals currently working in construction management, surveying, mapping, marketing, and other fields utilizing UAS technology.

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Truck Driver

Transportation Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology Concentration, A. A. S.

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Students who earn certificates in their chosen concentration are encouraged to earn an Associate Degree in Transportation Technology by taking academic and related trades classes, including welding, OSHA compliance, environmental protection, communication, English and physical science. Upon completion of the associate degree program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment at automotive or medium/heavy duty equipment dealerships and independent repair facilities. Graduates have the potential to work in management and other related areas of service operations.

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Truck Driving

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CNM offers CDL programs through CNM's School of Applied Technologies (AT) and through CNM Ingenuity. Each program's offerings vary in price, frequency, credit, accreditation and prerequisites. 

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Computer Information Systems, Computer Programming Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Computer Programming Concentration provides students with a solid foundation in computer programming. Students develop critical thinking skills by learning to design code to model real life situations using at least three modern computer languages - C++, C#, Python and Java. Advanced classes such as Android Development, OpenGL, and ASP.Net provide cutting edge learning opportunities.

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Computer Information Systems, Computer Programming, C. A. S.

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This CIS Computer Programming certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These core courses provide students with a solid foundation in computer programming. Students develop critical thinking skills by learning to design code to model real life situations using three computer languages - C++, C# and Java. Advanced classes include Android Development and ASP.Net.

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Computer Information Systems, Web Programming Concentration, A. A. S.

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Web Programming students acquire skills for entry level website designers and developers to create and publish industry standard compliant web content with strong hands-on knowledge of browser-side and server-side technology.

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Computer Information Systems, Web Programming, C. A. S.

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This CIS Web Programming certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These technical courses allow students to acquire skills for entry level website designers and developers to create and publish industry standard compliant web content with strong hands-on knowledge of browser-side and server-side technology.

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Computer Science, A. A. S.

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Students majoring in Computer Science examine the theory of computation, the design of algorithms and how to apply these principles to problem-solving. 

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Information Systems, Computer Support Specialist Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Computer Information Systems, Computer Support Specialist AAS degree, combines a variety of CIS courses offering the concepts and skills so that graduates may enter into IT support positions. It is designed to prepare students for work in the growing business market of microcomputer applications, Internet, security, programming, networking, and troubleshooting.

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Computer Information Systems, Computer Support Specialist Concentration, A. A. S.

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The Computer Information Systems, Computer Support Specialist AAS degree, combines a variety of CIS courses offering the concepts and skills so that graduates may enter into IT support positions. It is designed to prepare students for work in the growing business market of microcomputer applications, Internet, security, programming, networking, and troubleshooting.

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Computer Information Systems, Computer Support Specialist, C. A. S.

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This CIS Computer Support Specialist certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These core courses combine a variety of CIS courses offering the concepts and skills so that graduates may enter into IT support positions. It is designed to prepare students for work in the growing business market of microcomputer applications, Internet, security, programming, networking, and troubleshooting.

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Computer Information Systems, Computer Support Specialist, C. A. S.

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This CIS Computer Support Specialist certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These core courses combine a variety of CIS courses offering the concepts and skills so that graduates may enter into IT support positions. It is designed to prepare students for work in the growing business market of microcomputer applications, Internet, security, programming, networking, and troubleshooting.

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security, C. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security, C. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security, C. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Information Security Analyst

Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security Concentration, A. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security Concentration, A. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security, C. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security, C. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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The CIS Network Administration Concentration prepares students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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The CIS Network Administration Concentration prepares students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Network Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These core courses prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Network Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These core courses prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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Systems Administration focuses on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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Systems Administration focuses on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Systems Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These technical courses focus on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the certification exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Systems Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These technical courses focus on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the certification exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security Concentration, A. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security Concentration, A. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security, C. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security, C. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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The CIS Network Administration Concentration prepares students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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The CIS Network Administration Concentration prepares students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Network Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These core courses prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Network Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These core courses prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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Systems Administration focuses on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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Systems Administration focuses on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Systems Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These technical courses focus on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the certification exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Systems Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These technical courses focus on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the certification exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security Concentration, A. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security, C. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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The CIS Network Administration Concentration prepares students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Network Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These core courses prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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Systems Administration focuses on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Systems Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These technical courses focus on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the certification exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Database Administrators

Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security Concentration, A. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security Concentration, A. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security, C. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security, C. A. S.

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Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a variety of in-demand positions related to cyber and information security. The required courses in the program cover current cyber coursework including network security and defense, ethical hacking and digital forensics. 

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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The CIS Network Administration Concentration prepares students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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The CIS Network Administration Concentration prepares students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Network Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These core courses prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Network Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Network Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These core courses prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills to excel in administering complex IP networks, which are increasingly integral to the functioning of any large business, from manufacturing to finance to food service to science and government services.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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Systems Administration focuses on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration Concentration, A. A. S.

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Systems Administration focuses on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Systems Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These technical courses focus on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the certification exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Computer Information Systems, Systems Administration, C. A. S.

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This CIS Systems Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These technical courses focus on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. The required courses in the program cover all objectives needed to prepare for the certification exams. Areas covered are Enterprise/Server Support and Client Support in the Windows environment.

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Communications Industry

AV Technician

Computer Information Systems, Digital Media Concentration, A. A. S.

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Digital Media is an Associates of Applied Science degree program combining technology and design. The program offers training in areas such as graphic design/2D modeling, desktop/electronic publishing, web design, and audio and video editing. Digital Media offers individuals the education and tools necessary to bring classic media like text, graphics, photos and research into the digital arena.

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Computer Information Systems, Digital Media Concentration, A. A. S.

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Digital Media is an Associates of Applied Science degree program combining technology and design. The program offers training in areas such as graphic design/2D modeling, desktop/electronic publishing, web design, and audio and video editing. Digital Media offers individuals the education and tools necessary to bring classic media like text, graphics, photos and research into the digital arena.

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Graphic Designer

Computer Information Systems, Digital Media Concentration, A. A. S.

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Digital Media is an Associates of Applied Science degree program combining technology and design. The program offers training in areas such as graphic design/2D modeling, desktop/electronic publishing, web design, and audio and video editing. Digital Media offers individuals the education and tools necessary to bring classic media like text, graphics, photos and research into the digital arena.

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Manufacturing Industry

Civil Engineering Technician

Construction Management Technology, A. A. S.

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Construction Management insures the timely, safe and cost-efficient execution of building projects.  Construction managers use advanced software and an in-depth understanding of the construction process and related materials to optimize project efficiency and work in an office as well as outside, on the jobsite.  

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Construction Management Technology, A. A. S.

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Construction Management insures the timely, safe and cost-efficient execution of building projects.  Construction managers use advanced software and an in-depth understanding of the construction process and related materials to optimize project efficiency and work in an office as well as outside, on the jobsite.  

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Machine Tool Technology, A. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on Machine Tool Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. This program combines the advanced and the proven processes of the manufacturing skill set needed to gain and succeed the industry of Machine Tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment in a variety of industrial careers.

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Machine Tool Technology, A. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on Machine Tool Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. This program combines the advanced and the proven processes of the manufacturing skill set needed to gain and succeed the industry of Machine Tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment in a variety of industrial careers.

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Machine Tool Technology, C. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on machine tool technology, which includes blueprint reading mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. Students will safely operate a diverse selection of Manual and Automated machine tools. Students will also use computers and three different Computer Aided Design software programs, CAD/CAM to draw machine parts from two- dimensional drawings to three-dimensional automated tool paths. Students will successfully manufacture parts using Computer-Numerical Controlled (CNC) machine tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level machinist positions in a wide variety of industrial applications.

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Machine Tool Technology, C. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on machine tool technology, which includes blueprint reading mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. Students will safely operate a diverse selection of Manual and Automated machine tools. Students will also use computers and three different Computer Aided Design software programs, CAD/CAM to draw machine parts from two- dimensional drawings to three-dimensional automated tool paths. Students will successfully manufacture parts using Computer-Numerical Controlled (CNC) machine tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level machinist positions in a wide variety of industrial applications.

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Machinist

Machine Tool Technology, A. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on Machine Tool Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. This program combines the advanced and the proven processes of the manufacturing skill set needed to gain and succeed the industry of Machine Tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment in a variety of industrial careers.

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Machine Tool Technology, C. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on machine tool technology, which includes blueprint reading mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. Students will safely operate a diverse selection of Manual and Automated machine tools. Students will also use computers and three different Computer Aided Design software programs, CAD/CAM to draw machine parts from two- dimensional drawings to three-dimensional automated tool paths. Students will successfully manufacture parts using Computer-Numerical Controlled (CNC) machine tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level machinist positions in a wide variety of industrial applications.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Machine Tool Technology, A. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on Machine Tool Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. This program combines the advanced and the proven processes of the manufacturing skill set needed to gain and succeed the industry of Machine Tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment in a variety of industrial careers.

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Machine Tool Technology, A. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on Machine Tool Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. This program combines the advanced and the proven processes of the manufacturing skill set needed to gain and succeed the industry of Machine Tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment in a variety of industrial careers.

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Machine Tool Technology, A. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on Machine Tool Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. This program combines the advanced and the proven processes of the manufacturing skill set needed to gain and succeed the industry of Machine Tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment in a variety of industrial careers.

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Machine Tool Technology, C. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on machine tool technology, which includes blueprint reading mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. Students will safely operate a diverse selection of Manual and Automated machine tools. Students will also use computers and three different Computer Aided Design software programs, CAD/CAM to draw machine parts from two- dimensional drawings to three-dimensional automated tool paths. Students will successfully manufacture parts using Computer-Numerical Controlled (CNC) machine tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level machinist positions in a wide variety of industrial applications.

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Machine Tool Technology, C. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on machine tool technology, which includes blueprint reading mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. Students will safely operate a diverse selection of Manual and Automated machine tools. Students will also use computers and three different Computer Aided Design software programs, CAD/CAM to draw machine parts from two- dimensional drawings to three-dimensional automated tool paths. Students will successfully manufacture parts using Computer-Numerical Controlled (CNC) machine tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level machinist positions in a wide variety of industrial applications.

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Machine Tool Technology, C. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on machine tool technology, which includes blueprint reading mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. Students will safely operate a diverse selection of Manual and Automated machine tools. Students will also use computers and three different Computer Aided Design software programs, CAD/CAM to draw machine parts from two- dimensional drawings to three-dimensional automated tool paths. Students will successfully manufacture parts using Computer-Numerical Controlled (CNC) machine tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level machinist positions in a wide variety of industrial applications.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Machine Tool Technology, A. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on Machine Tool Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. This program combines the advanced and the proven processes of the manufacturing skill set needed to gain and succeed the industry of Machine Tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment in a variety of industrial careers.

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Machine Tool Technology, A. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on Machine Tool Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. This program combines the advanced and the proven processes of the manufacturing skill set needed to gain and succeed the industry of Machine Tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment in a variety of industrial careers.

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Machine Tool Technology, C. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on machine tool technology, which includes blueprint reading mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. Students will safely operate a diverse selection of Manual and Automated machine tools. Students will also use computers and three different Computer Aided Design software programs, CAD/CAM to draw machine parts from two- dimensional drawings to three-dimensional automated tool paths. Students will successfully manufacture parts using Computer-Numerical Controlled (CNC) machine tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level machinist positions in a wide variety of industrial applications.

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Machine Tool Technology, C. A. S.

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Students will study hands-on machine tool technology, which includes blueprint reading mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. Students will safely operate a diverse selection of Manual and Automated machine tools. Students will also use computers and three different Computer Aided Design software programs, CAD/CAM to draw machine parts from two- dimensional drawings to three-dimensional automated tool paths. Students will successfully manufacture parts using Computer-Numerical Controlled (CNC) machine tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level machinist positions in a wide variety of industrial applications.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Fundamentals, C. A. S.

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The Culinary Fundamentals certificate is a two-term program. Cooking is an excellent field for students seeking a challenging career in a rapidly growing culinary and hospitality industry. Students will study cooking techniques, safety, sanitation, nutrition, knife skills, teamwork skills, equipment use, culinary math and computer skills. Classes include classroom and lab time.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Assistant

Dental Assisting, C. A. S.

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Dental Assisting is a four-term program accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) which provides individuals the opportunity to attain the knowledge and skills necessary to work in a dental clinic or dental office. Upon completion of the program, graduates are prepared to provide basic support under the supervision of a licensed dentist or dental hygienist. Instruction occurs in classrooms, laboratories and dental clinics. It also prepares graduates for state certifications in dental radiographs, pit and fissure sealants, coronal polishing, and topical fluoride application. This program also prepares students for their Dental Assisting National Board (DANB) Exam. 

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Medical Sonographer

Diagnostic Medical Sonography, A. A. S.

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The Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) program provides the student with the knowledge, skills and professional behaviors necessary for employment as a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. A sonographer is a health care professional who uses high-frequency sound waves as a diagnostic tool to view the human body in order to aid the physician in the determination of a diagnosis. Students study the use of sound waves to generate images of various parts of the human body. The successful graduate will have the ability to conceptualize in 3-dimensional form. The program provides classroom didactic instruction, hands-on scanning, laboratory instruction and clinical experiences in a variety of medical facilities and outpatient diagnostic centers. Students are prepared to sit for the national board exams administered by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers in the specialty areas of “Abdomen,” “Obstetrics and Gynecology,” and “Breast.” Successful completion of this exam results in attaining the RDMS (Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer) credential.

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Electroneurodiagnostic Technology, A. A. S.

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The Electroneurodiagnostic Technology (NDT) program offers courses designed to provide students with the education, technical skills, and clinical experience necessary for a career as an EEG Technologist. EEG Techs are healthcare professionals who apply electroencephalography, a recording of ongoing neural electrical activity, to assist physicians in treating neurological and seizure disorders. EEGs evaluate the function of the nervous system and may be performed on all patient populations from neonate to geriatric and for a variety of durations from 30 minutes to multiple days. According to the U .S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the field of electroencephalography will grow 23% by 2024, representing a critical need for credentialed professionals at all levels of certification.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Health Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Health Information Technology (HIT) associate of applied science degree program provides students the opportunity to gain the knowledge and technical skills necessary for managing health information within the health care delivery system. Students will study anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, pathology, pharmacology and laboratory procedures, the scope of the health information management system, the origin, use, content and format of health records and release of information, ICD-10-CM and CPT coding, health care reimbursement, legal/ethical aspects, and data analysis, quality and supervision in health information.

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Health Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Health Information Technology (HIT) associate of applied science degree program provides students the opportunity to gain the knowledge and technical skills necessary for managing health information within the health care delivery system. Students will study anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, pathology, pharmacology and laboratory procedures, the scope of the health information management system, the origin, use, content and format of health records and release of information, ICD-10-CM and CPT coding, health care reimbursement, legal/ethical aspects, and data analysis, quality and supervision in health information.

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Nurse Refresher

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Provide nurses with an opportunity to update their knowledge and skills of pharmacology, dosage calculation and medical surgical nursing

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Nursing, A. A. S.

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All CNM nursing courses emphasize a holistic approach that encourages students to embrace the concepts of clear communication, critical thinking and compassion when caring for patients. The Nursing program curriculum includes classroom, laboratory, and supervised clinical instruction that combines an essential set of arts and sciences classes with the nursing courses.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Health Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Health Information Technology (HIT) associate of applied science degree program provides students the opportunity to gain the knowledge and technical skills necessary for managing health information within the health care delivery system. Students will study anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, pathology, pharmacology and laboratory procedures, the scope of the health information management system, the origin, use, content and format of health records and release of information, ICD-10-CM and CPT coding, health care reimbursement, legal/ethical aspects, and data analysis, quality and supervision in health information.

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Health Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Health Information Technology (HIT) associate of applied science degree program provides students the opportunity to gain the knowledge and technical skills necessary for managing health information within the health care delivery system. Students will study anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, pathology, pharmacology and laboratory procedures, the scope of the health information management system, the origin, use, content and format of health records and release of information, ICD-10-CM and CPT coding, health care reimbursement, legal/ethical aspects, and data analysis, quality and supervision in health information.

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Nursing Assistant, C. A. S.

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Students are provided instruction in the roles and responsibilities of the Nursing Assistant. Body structure and function, infection prevention, nutrition, principles of growth and development, safety in healthcare, home health care, and care of the older person are some of the topics emphasized. Instruction and practice of basic patient care skills required for Nursing Assistants is provided. Skills practiced include patient assistance with activities of daily living, personal care, transfer and positioning, vital sign measurement, intake and output measurement, restorative care, and communication. Students will practice supervised basic patient care in a clinical setting prior to completion of the program. At the completion of this certificate, students are eligible to take the New Mexico State certification exam to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).

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Pharmacy Technician

Health Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Health Information Technology (HIT) associate of applied science degree program provides students the opportunity to gain the knowledge and technical skills necessary for managing health information within the health care delivery system. Students will study anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, pathology, pharmacology and laboratory procedures, the scope of the health information management system, the origin, use, content and format of health records and release of information, ICD-10-CM and CPT coding, health care reimbursement, legal/ethical aspects, and data analysis, quality and supervision in health information.

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Patient Care Technician, C. A. S.

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To obtain a Certificate of Completion in Patient Care Tech, students must demonstrate basic patient care competency by completing the Nursing Assistant Program or the courses required for the EMT-Basic program. This program provides students the knowledge needed to function as a Patient Care Tech in the acute care setting. Course provides instruction on medical terminology and supervised practice of sterile technique, urinary catheterization, nasogastric tube removal, EKG lead placement, venipuncture, point of care testing and other procedures related to the care of a patient in an acute care setting.

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Pharmacy Technician Advanced Level, A. A. S.

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The Pharmacy Technician Advanced Level Associate of Applied Science is designed to prepare students for a career in the emerging roles of advanced pharmacy technicians in a variety of contemporary settings such as hospital, community, mail-order pharmacies and other pharmacy related industries.

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Pharmacy Technician Entry Level, C. A. S.

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The Pharmacy Technician Entry Level certificate of completion prepares graduates, working under the supervision of a licensed and registered pharmacist, for a career as a pharmacy technician in a variety of contemporary settings such as hospital, community, mail-order pharmacies and other pharmacy related industries.

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Laboratory Technician

Health Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Health Information Technology (HIT) associate of applied science degree program provides students the opportunity to gain the knowledge and technical skills necessary for managing health information within the health care delivery system. Students will study anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, pathology, pharmacology and laboratory procedures, the scope of the health information management system, the origin, use, content and format of health records and release of information, ICD-10-CM and CPT coding, health care reimbursement, legal/ethical aspects, and data analysis, quality and supervision in health information.

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Health Information Technology, A. A. S.

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The Health Information Technology (HIT) associate of applied science degree program provides students the opportunity to gain the knowledge and technical skills necessary for managing health information within the health care delivery system. Students will study anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, pathology, pharmacology and laboratory procedures, the scope of the health information management system, the origin, use, content and format of health records and release of information, ICD-10-CM and CPT coding, health care reimbursement, legal/ethical aspects, and data analysis, quality and supervision in health information.

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Medical Laboratory Technician, A. A. S.

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The MLT program is an associate degree with general education prerequisites. Medical Laboratory Technicians perform highly complex testing in the areas of clinical chemistry, hematology, immunohematology, immunology, microbiology, and urinalysis. They must exhibit high levels of judgment and responsibility. 

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Health Services Management

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The Health Services Management Associates in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree provides its students with a broad, solid foundation for attaining entry level management positions in a variety of health settings.  Students will be prepared to use critical thinking in making relevant management decisions in today’s dynamic and expanding health services environment. 

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Medical Assistant

Home Health Aide, C. A. S.

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The Home Health Aide Certificate of Achievement prepares individuals to enter the healthcare industry as a Home Health Aide and builds on the Personal Care Attendant Certificate of Achievement for career advancement. The Certificate meets the New Mexico Department of Health training requirements.

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Medical Assistant, C. A. S.

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Medical assistants are cross-trained to perform routine administrative and clinical duties in clinics, doctor offices, and other health care agencies. Medical assistants are multi-skilled in areas of medical office organization, patient care management, and health navigation.  Specific duties vary by medical setting depending on the location, specialty, and size of the office/clinic. The Medical Assistant program provides students with the knowledge, skills and professional behaviors required for entry-level positions as a Medical Assistant.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Technician, C. A. S.

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Phlebotomists collect and process blood specimens using approved venipuncture and capillary puncture techniques. Requires a high level of professionalism when working with patients.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A. A. S.

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Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) is a six-term program during which the student will attain the knowledge, skills and professional behaviors necessary for employment as a Physical Therapist Assistant. Physical therapist assistants work as part of a team to provide physical therapy services under the direction and supervision of a licensed physical therapist. PTAs help people of all ages who have medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their ability to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives.

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Radiology Tech

Radiologic Technology, A. A. S.

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Radiologic technology is a healthcare profession for practitioners who work in hospitals, clinics and free-standing imaging centers. The radiographer is a member of the healthcare team who works directly with the patient and the physician in performing a wide variety of diagnostic and interventional therapy procedures. The rapid expansion of medical diagnostic imaging has greatly increased the diversity and utility of medical diagnosis. The radiographer must be proficient in the knowledge of radiographic exposure, anatomy, patient positioning, the operation of specialized equipment and the care and management of the patient. Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to take the certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The program meets the ARRT (American Registration of Radiologic Technologist) accreditation requirements through the NCACS-HLC institutional accreditation of Central New Mexico Community College.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapy, A. A. S.

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Respiratory care is an allied health profession specializing in diagnostic testing, therapeutic treatment and critical care support for patients suffering from life-threatening or chronic cardiopulmonary diseases. Under medical direction, Respiratory Therapists assess and treat patients, monitor and evaluate cardiopulmonary function, perform diagnostic testing and maintain life-support systems for patients in critical care settings. The curriculum includes classroom, laboratory and supervised clinical instruction covering cardiopulmonary anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology, therapeutic treatments, cardiopulmonary diagnostic technology, critical care and life-support technology for adults, children and infants, respiratory home care and pulmonary rehabilitation.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology, A. A. S.

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Surgical Technology is an associate degree program that presents the knowledge and skills necessary to work in a surgical environment and function as a vital member of the operating room team. The learning environment consists of the campus classroom and laboratory along with local hospitals, day surgery centers and physicians’ offices.

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Technology, A. A. S.

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Veterinary technology is a career in which skilled veterinary technicians participate in the exciting and challenging field of veterinary medicine working with animals and their owners under the supervision of veterinarians. The five-term Associate of Applied Science degree program provides didactic, lab and clinical experiences necessary for employment in the field of veterinary care and technology. Upon completion of the program, the graduate is ready to be an integral part of the veterinary health care team providing care and support to animals.

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Energy Industry

Auto Mechanic

Diesel Equipment Technology, A. A. S.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Equipment Technology, A. A. S.

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Much has changed over the years when it comes to diesel technology

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Power Generation Technician

Diesel Equipment Technology, A. A. S.

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Much has changed over the years when it comes to diesel technology

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Auto Body Technician

Diesel Equipment Technology, A. A. S.

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Much has changed over the years when it comes to diesel technology

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Contact Phone Number

505-224-3000

Address

525 Buena Vista SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
United States