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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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Training in the Automotive Program prepares a student with skills and knowledge for employment as an entry-level automotive technician.Training is in various phases of automotive technology including engines, electrical, autotronics, suspension systems, power trains, air-conditioning, and tune-up. The student will also complete a course in the use of microcomputers. Shop experiences include automotive work typical of work done in and automotive repair shop. Level 1 and Level II Certificates and an Associates in Applied Science Degree are awards available in this program. In order to graduate, the student must pass the required courses and Capstones for the applicable degree plan.

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Level I-Automotive Technology Certificate

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Training in the Automotive Program prepares a student with skills and knowledge for employment as an entry-level automotive technician.Training is in various phases of automotive technology including engines, electrical, autotronics, suspension systems, power trains, air-conditioning, and tune-up. The student will also complete a course in the use of microcomputers. Shop experiences include automotive work typical of work done in and automotive repair shop. Level 1 and Level II Certificates and an Associates in Applied Science Degree are awards available in this program. In order to graduate, the student must pass the required courses and Capstones for the applicable degree plan.

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Level I-Fundamentals of Automotive Technology Certificate

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Training in the Automotive Program prepares a student with skills and knowledge for employment as an entry-level automotive technician.Training is in various phases of automotive technology including engines, electrical, autotronics, suspension systems, power trains, air-conditioning, and tune-up. The student will also complete a course in the use of microcomputers. Shop experiences include automotive work typical of work done in and automotive repair shop. Level 1 and Level II Certificates and an Associates in Applied Science Degree are awards available in this program. In order to graduate, the student must pass the required courses and Capstones for the applicable degree plan.

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Level II-Automotive Technology Certificate

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Training in the Automotive Program prepares a student with skills and knowledge for employment as an entry-level automotive technician.Training is in various phases of automotive technology including engines, electrical, autotronics, suspension systems, power trains, air-conditioning, and tune-up. The student will also complete a course in the use of microcomputers. Shop experiences include automotive work typical of work done in and automotive repair shop. Level 1 and Level II Certificates and an Associates in Applied Science Degree are awards available in this program. In order to graduate, the student must pass the required courses and Capstones for the applicable degree plan.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level I-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level II-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level I-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level I-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level I-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level II-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level II-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level II-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Data Security Management

Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level I-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level I-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level II-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level II-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level I-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level I-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level II-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Level II-Computer Information Technology Certificate

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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is one of the six identified industry Clusters in Texas and with an ongoing need for competent qualified professionals and technicians. At Coastal Bend College, the CIT area is differentiated into two-degree plan paths: Computer Information Technology and Computer Information Technology - Web Design/Game Design. The program is designed to train students for entry level positions in networking, hardware repair, security, and server management, web/game design, and help desk.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene, A.A.S.

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The Coastal Bend College Dental Hygiene Program philosophy is to improve the oral health of all people and to empower them to maintain optimum oral health. The American Dental Association Accreditation Standards for Dental Hygiene Education are the foundation by which the program teaches students to effectively and ethically serve the public as oral health care professionals.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Level I-Fundamentals of Medical Records Coding Certificate

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Medical Records Coding, AAS degree seeking students build upon a core of liberal arts courses to receive foundational knowledge concerning: human anatomy & physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and medical terminology. The student also receives knowledge concerning the health care delivery system in the United States, health care information and its management in the electronic health records [to include its privacy, confidentiality, and security], the reimbursement methodologies used and their related coding systems, especially those used for diagnostic and procedural coding related to billing, research, and quality assurance.

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Level I-Medical Records Coding Certificate

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Medical Records Coding, AAS degree seeking students build upon a core of liberal arts courses to receive foundational knowledge concerning: human anatomy & physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and medical terminology. The student also receives knowledge concerning the health care delivery system in the United States, health care information and its management in the electronic health records [to include its privacy, confidentiality, and security], the reimbursement methodologies used and their related coding systems, especially those used for diagnostic and procedural coding related to billing, research, and quality assurance.

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Level II-Medical Records Coding Certificate

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Medical Records Coding, AAS degree seeking students build upon a core of liberal arts courses to receive foundational knowledge concerning: human anatomy & physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and medical terminology. The student also receives knowledge concerning the health care delivery system in the United States, health care information and its management in the electronic health records [to include its privacy, confidentiality, and security], the reimbursement methodologies used and their related coding systems, especially those used for diagnostic and procedural coding related to billing, research, and quality assurance.

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Medical Records Coding, A.A.S.

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Medical Records Coding, AAS degree seeking students build upon a core of liberal arts courses to receive foundational knowledge concerning: human anatomy & physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and medical terminology. The student also receives knowledge concerning the health care delivery system in the United States, health care information and its management in the electronic health records [to include its privacy, confidentiality, and security], the reimbursement methodologies used and their related coding systems, especially those used for diagnostic and procedural coding related to billing, research, and quality assurance.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Level I-Fundamentals of Nursing Assistant Certificate

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The Nursing Department is proud to announce articulated pathways to a nursing education.

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Level I-Fundamentals of Patient Care Technology Certificate

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The Nursing Department is proud to announce articulated pathways to a nursing education.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Level I-Vocational Nursing Certificate

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The Nursing Department is proud to announce articulated pathways to a nursing education. Classes for the Vocational Nursing Program begin every June, at each campus based on space availability

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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The Radiologic Technology Program is a 2 year program designed to prepare the student for an exciting career as a Health Care Professional. Students will have earned an Associate in Applied Science Degree. Students will gain experience and knowledge through a combination of classroom, laboratory and clinical hands on experience. Clinical sites will include surrounding community hospitals.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Drafting and Design, A.A.S.

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The student seeking an AAS in Drafting and Design Technology will receive an industry driven foundation in general drafting principles and theory of design applications. The student will be provided with knowledge of various procedures for developing a design and the application of drafting principles for each specific drafting discipline common to the profession. Graduates of the program will be competent in architectural, mechanical, technical illustration, pipe, topographical, structural, CAD, strength of materials, instrumentation, GIS, and descriptive geometry drafting methods. The program prepares the student to enter into the field of Drafting & Design as a beginning level Drafter or CAD Technician. Additionally, this field of study also prepares the student for entry and intermediate levels in careers of pipe design and GIS as well as other graphic design related fields.

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Level I-Drafting and Design Certificate

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The student seeking an AAS in Drafting and Design Technology will receive an industry driven foundation in general drafting principles and theory of design applications. The student will be provided with knowledge of various procedures for developing a design and the application of drafting principles for each specific drafting discipline common to the profession. Graduates of the program will be competent in architectural, mechanical, technical illustration, pipe, topographical, structural, CAD, strength of materials, instrumentation, GIS, and descriptive geometry drafting methods. The program prepares the student to enter into the field of Drafting & Design as a beginning level Drafter or CAD Technician. Additionally, this field of study also prepares the student for entry and intermediate levels in careers of pipe design and GIS as well as other graphic design related fields.

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Level I-Fundamentals of Drafting and Design Certificate

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The student seeking an AAS in Drafting and Design Technology will receive an industry driven foundation in general drafting principles and theory of design applications. The student will be provided with knowledge of various procedures for developing a design and the application of drafting principles for each specific drafting discipline common to the profession. Graduates of the program will be competent in architectural, mechanical, technical illustration, pipe, topographical, structural, CAD, strength of materials, instrumentation, GIS, and descriptive geometry drafting methods. The program prepares the student to enter into the field of Drafting & Design as a beginning level Drafter or CAD Technician. Additionally, this field of study also prepares the student for entry and intermediate levels in careers of pipe design and GIS as well as other graphic design related fields.

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Level II-Drafting and Design Certificate

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The student seeking an AAS in Drafting and Design Technology will receive an industry driven foundation in general drafting principles and theory of design applications. The student will be provided with knowledge of various procedures for developing a design and the application of drafting principles for each specific drafting discipline common to the profession. Graduates of the program will be competent in architectural, mechanical, technical illustration, pipe, topographical, structural, CAD, strength of materials, instrumentation, GIS, and descriptive geometry drafting methods. The program prepares the student to enter into the field of Drafting & Design as a beginning level Drafter or CAD Technician. Additionally, this field of study also prepares the student for entry and intermediate levels in careers of pipe design and GIS as well as other graphic design related fields.

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Welder

Level I-Fundamentals of Flux Core Arc Welding Certificate

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The curriculum builds skills in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Oxy-Acetylene Welding (OAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) for employment in many industries with different requirements for cutting and welding. These skills are required in the fabrication and construction of vessels and structures, and their maintenance and repair. Emphasis is on the opportunity to gain practical experience, with related courses in shop math, welding theory, drafting and layout, plate and pipe fabrication, and the properties of various metals.

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Level I-Fundamentals of Gas Metal Arc Welding Certificate

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The curriculum builds skills in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Oxy-Acetylene Welding (OAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) for employment in many industries with different requirements for cutting and welding. These skills are required in the fabrication and construction of vessels and structures, and their maintenance and repair. Emphasis is on the opportunity to gain practical experience, with related courses in shop math, welding theory, drafting and layout, plate and pipe fabrication, and the properties of various metals.

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Level I-Fundamentals of Gas Tungsten Metal Arc Welding Certificate

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The curriculum builds skills in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Oxy-Acetylene Welding (OAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) for employment in many industries with different requirements for cutting and welding. These skills are required in the fabrication and construction of vessels and structures, and their maintenance and repair. Emphasis is on the opportunity to gain practical experience, with related courses in shop math, welding theory, drafting and layout, plate and pipe fabrication, and the properties of various metals.

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Level I-Fundamentals of Shielded Metal Arc Welding Certificate

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The curriculum builds skills in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Oxy-Acetylene Welding (OAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) for employment in many industries with different requirements for cutting and welding. These skills are required in the fabrication and construction of vessels and structures, and their maintenance and repair. Emphasis is on the opportunity to gain practical experience, with related courses in shop math, welding theory, drafting and layout, plate and pipe fabrication, and the properties of various metals.

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Level I-Welding Technology Certificate

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The curriculum builds skills in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Oxy-Acetylene Welding (OAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) for employment in many industries with different requirements for cutting and welding. These skills are required in the fabrication and construction of vessels and structures, and their maintenance and repair. Emphasis is on the opportunity to gain practical experience, with related courses in shop math, welding theory, drafting and layout, plate and pipe fabrication, and the properties of various metals.

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Level II-Welding Technology Certificate

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The curriculum builds skills in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Oxy-Acetylene Welding (OAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) for employment in many industries with different requirements for cutting and welding. These skills are required in the fabrication and construction of vessels and structures, and their maintenance and repair. Emphasis is on the opportunity to gain practical experience, with related courses in shop math, welding theory, drafting and layout, plate and pipe fabrication, and the properties of various metals.

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Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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The curriculum builds skills in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Oxy-Acetylene Welding (OAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) for employment in many industries with different requirements for cutting and welding. These skills are required in the fabrication and construction of vessels and structures, and their maintenance and repair. Emphasis is on the opportunity to gain practical experience, with related courses in shop math, welding theory, drafting and layout, plate and pipe fabrication, and the properties of various metals.

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Early Development and Education, A.A.S.

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Early Development and Education provides skills and knowledge for entry-level employment in occupations in the field of early childhood. This includes jobs in child care centers, Head Start programs, pre-school programs, private kindergartens and teacher assistants in public schools. Upon Entry into the program, students may be required to have a TB Test; be certified in First Aid and CPR; have a food handlers certificate, or be fingerprinted. Students must not have a criminal record. The Early Development and Education Program offers two Level 1 Certificates and an Associate of Applied Science Degree. All workforce education students are required to pass a Capstone exam to graduate. The Capstone exam is administered the semester that student applies for graduation or CDEC 1164. A minimum grade of 70 must be obtained in each of the CDEC/TECA classes. Students not meeting program requirements or students who might be a threat to children will be exited from program. See the "Academic and Disciplinary Policies" section of this catalog for information about lab probation/suspension. For a listing of advisory committee members go to the "Additional Information" section of the catalog. For information on Level 1 High School Dual Credit Certificates, go to the "Additional Information" section of the CBC catalog.

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Level I-Early Development and Education-Child Care Provider Certificate

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Early Development and Education provides skills and knowledge for entry-level employment in occupations in the field of early childhood. This includes jobs in child care centers, Head Start programs, pre-school programs, private kindergartens and teacher assistants in public schools. Upon Entry into the program, students may be required to have a TB Test; be certified in First Aid and CPR; have a food handlers certificate, or be fingerprinted. Students must not have a criminal record. The Early Development and Education Program offers two Level 1 Certificates and an Associate of Applied Science Degree. All workforce education students are required to pass a Capstone exam to graduate. The Capstone exam is administered the semester that student applies for graduation or CDEC 1164. A minimum grade of 70 must be obtained in each of the CDEC/TECA classes. Students not meeting program requirements or students who might be a threat to children will be exited from program. See the "Academic and Disciplinary Policies" section of this catalog for information about lab probation/suspension. For a listing of advisory committee members go to the "Additional Information" section of the catalog. For information on Level 1 High School Dual Credit Certificates, go to the "Additional Information" section of the CBC catalog.

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Level I-Fundamentals of Child Development Certificate

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Early Development and Education provides skills and knowledge for entry-level employment in occupations in the field of early childhood. This includes jobs in child care centers, Head Start programs, pre-school programs, private kindergartens and teacher assistants in public schools. Upon Entry into the program, students may be required to have a TB Test; be certified in First Aid and CPR; have a food handlers certificate, or be fingerprinted. Students must not have a criminal record. The Early Development and Education Program offers two Level 1 Certificates and an Associate of Applied Science Degree. All workforce education students are required to pass a Capstone exam to graduate. The Capstone exam is administered the semester that student applies for graduation or CDEC 1164. A minimum grade of 70 must be obtained in each of the CDEC/TECA classes. Students not meeting program requirements or students who might be a threat to children will be exited from program. See the "Academic and Disciplinary Policies" section of this catalog for information about lab probation/suspension. For a listing of advisory committee members go to the "Additional Information" section of the catalog. For information on Level 1 High School Dual Credit Certificates, go to the "Additional Information" section of the CBC catalog.

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Level I-Fundamentals of Early Development and Education Certificate

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Early Development and Education provides skills and knowledge for entry-level employment in occupations in the field of early childhood. This includes jobs in child care centers, Head Start programs, pre-school programs, private kindergartens and teacher assistants in public schools. Upon Entry into the program, students may be required to have a TB Test; be certified in First Aid and CPR; have a food handlers certificate, or be fingerprinted. Students must not have a criminal record. The Early Development and Education Program offers two Level 1 Certificates and an Associate of Applied Science Degree. All workforce education students are required to pass a Capstone exam to graduate. The Capstone exam is administered the semester that student applies for graduation or CDEC 1164. A minimum grade of 70 must be obtained in each of the CDEC/TECA classes. Students not meeting program requirements or students who might be a threat to children will be exited from program. See the "Academic and Disciplinary Policies" section of this catalog for information about lab probation/suspension. For a listing of advisory committee members go to the "Additional Information" section of the catalog. For information on Level 1 High School Dual Credit Certificates, go to the "Additional Information" section of the CBC catalog.

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Level II-Early Development and Education-Child Care Manager Certificate

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Early Development and Education provides skills and knowledge for entry-level employment in occupations in the field of early childhood. This includes jobs in child care centers, Head Start programs, pre-school programs, private kindergartens and teacher assistants in public schools. Upon Entry into the program, students may be required to have a TB Test; be certified in First Aid and CPR; have a food handlers certificate, or be fingerprinted. Students must not have a criminal record. The Early Development and Education Program offers two Level 1 Certificates and an Associate of Applied Science Degree. All workforce education students are required to pass a Capstone exam to graduate. The Capstone exam is administered the semester that student applies for graduation or CDEC 1164. A minimum grade of 70 must be obtained in each of the CDEC/TECA classes. Students not meeting program requirements or students who might be a threat to children will be exited from program. See the "Academic and Disciplinary Policies" section of this catalog for information about lab probation/suspension. For a listing of advisory committee members go to the "Additional Information" section of the catalog. For information on Level 1 High School Dual Credit Certificates, go to the "Additional Information" section of the CBC catalog.

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Criminal Investigator

Forensic Science, A.A.S.

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This workforce course of study is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge to investigate, document, and collect physical evidence at various types of crime scenes. The student will study the science based disciplines found within the specialized Field of Forensic Science and Criminalistics and will prepare the student for employment as a Crime Scene Technician. Course emphasis will include a combination of criminal justice, natural sciences, psychology, and mathematics, as well as specialized courses concerned with crime scene analysis, documentation, collection techniques and reconstruction.

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Level I-Forensic Science Certificate

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This workforce course of study is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge to investigate, document, and collect physical evidence at various types of crime scenes. The student will study the science based disciplines found within the specialized Field of Forensic Science and Criminalistics and will prepare the student for employment as a Crime Scene Technician. Course emphasis will include a combination of criminal justice, natural sciences, psychology, and mathematics, as well as specialized courses concerned with crime scene analysis, documentation, collection techniques and reconstruction.

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Level I-Fundamentals of Forensic Theory Certificate

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This workforce course of study is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge to investigate, document, and collect physical evidence at various types of crime scenes. The student will study the science based disciplines found within the specialized Field of Forensic Science and Criminalistics and will prepare the student for employment as a Crime Scene Technician. Course emphasis will include a combination of criminal justice, natural sciences, psychology, and mathematics, as well as specialized courses concerned with crime scene analysis, documentation, collection techniques and reconstruction.

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Level II-Forensic Science-Crime Scene Investigation Certificate

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This workforce course of study is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge to investigate, document, and collect physical evidence at various types of crime scenes. The student will study the science based disciplines found within the specialized Field of Forensic Science and Criminalistics and will prepare the student for employment as a Crime Scene Technician. Course emphasis will include a combination of criminal justice, natural sciences, psychology, and mathematics, as well as specialized courses concerned with crime scene analysis, documentation, collection techniques and reconstruction.

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Police Officer

Law Enforcement, A.A.S.

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The two-year curriculum prepares students for employment in public or private agencies charged with the responsibility of public safety, crime prevention, crime investigation, criminal apprehension, offender rehabilitation, and confinement. Tech-Prep credit will be awarded using the CJLE or CJSA course prefix. For a listing of advisory committee members and additional information on Level One High School Dual Credit Certificates, please go to the Additional Information section of the Coastal Bend Catalog. Law Enforcement is an articulated high school credit program. Students who have successfully completed appropriate Law Enforcement courses in high school may be able to receive college credit for those courses.

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Level I-Fundamentals of Law Enforcement Certificate

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The two-year curriculum prepares students for employment in public or private agencies charged with the responsibility of public safety, crime prevention, crime investigation, criminal apprehension, offender rehabilitation, and confinement. Tech-Prep credit will be awarded using the CJLE or CJSA course prefix. For a listing of advisory committee members and additional information on Level One High School Dual Credit Certificates, please go to the Additional Information section of the Coastal Bend Catalog. Law Enforcement is an articulated high school credit program. Students who have successfully completed appropriate Law Enforcement courses in high school may be able to receive college credit for those courses.

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Level I-Law Enforcement-Criminal Justice Interest Certificate

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The two-year curriculum prepares students for employment in public or private agencies charged with the responsibility of public safety, crime prevention, crime investigation, criminal apprehension, offender rehabilitation, and confinement. Tech-Prep credit will be awarded using the CJLE or CJSA course prefix. For a listing of advisory committee members and additional information on Level One High School Dual Credit Certificates, please go to the Additional Information section of the Coastal Bend Catalog. Law Enforcement is an articulated high school credit program. Students who have successfully completed appropriate Law Enforcement courses in high school may be able to receive college credit for those courses.

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Energy Industry

Level I-Fundamentals of Oil and Gas Technology Certificate

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The primary objective of the Oil & Gas Technology Program is to provide the student a general education in math, science, English, and an extensive curriculum of oil and gas courses so that upon graduation the students may be sought after by industry and be hired as a competent employee.

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Level I-Oil and Gas Technology Certificate

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The primary objective of the Oil & Gas Technology Program is to provide the student a general education in math, science, English, and an extensive curriculum of oil and gas courses so that upon graduation the students may be sought after by industry and be hired as a competent employee.

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Level II-Oil and Gas Technology Certificate

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The primary objective of the Oil & Gas Technology Program is to provide the student a general education in math, science, English, and an extensive curriculum of oil and gas courses so that upon graduation the students may be sought after by industry and be hired as a competent employee.

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Oil and Gas Technology, A.A.S.

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The primary objective of the Oil & Gas Technology Program is to provide the student a general education in math, science, English, and an extensive curriculum of oil and gas courses so that upon graduation the students may be sought after by industry and be hired as a competent employee.

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Contact Phone Number

361-354-2200

Address

3800 Charco Rd
Beeville, TX 78102
United States