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IT Support Specialist

A+ Certificate

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The program prepares students for the industry recognized CompTIA A+ certification exams and validates the latest skills needed by today's computer support professionals. It is an international, vendor-neutral certification recognized by major hardware and software vendors, distributors, and resellers. The Certificate program confirms a technician's ability to perform tasks such as installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance, and basic networking. The exams also cover domains such as security, safety and environmental issues and communication and professionalism.

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A+ Certified PC Repair Technician Continuing Education Certificate

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This course series prepares students to sit for the CompTIA® A+ exam, and for a career as a computer service technician. Learn how to identify computer problems and repair them. Develop the skills to build and configure hardware, install and update software, and maintain computer networks. Work in a variety of settings in both public and private business sectors.

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A+ Certified PC Repair Technician Non-credit Certificate

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This course series prepares students to sit for the CompTIA® A+ exam, and for a career as a computer service technician. Learn how to identify computer problems and repair them. Develop the skills to build and configure hardware, install and update software, and maintain computer networks. Work in a variety of settings in both public and private business sectors.

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Information Technology Support Certificate

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Students study software applications, PC and network hardware, and a broad range of Information Technology-related subjects, including operating systems installation, configuration, diagnoses, and repair.

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Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Information Technology degree program is designed to provide students with the technical skills required for entry-level employment and the course work necessary to transfer to a four-year institution. Students may select technology electives to best suit their work or transfer needs. See the program coordinators for information on transfer agreements and internships.

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Network Technology Degree (Information Technology (IT) Support Concentration), A.A.S.

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The Network Technology program is designed to provide students with the technical skills required for entry-level employment and with the course work necessary to transfer to a four-year institution. Students may select between the Cisco, Microsoft, Red Hat, IT Support, or General concentrations, or they may customize their technology electives to best suit their work or transfer needs. See the program coordinator for information on transfer agreements and internships.

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Network Technology Degree (Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP) Concentration), A.A.S.

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The Network Technology program is designed to provide students with the technical skills required for entry-level employment and with the course work necessary to transfer to a four-year institution. Students may select between the Cisco, Microsoft, Red Hat, IT Support, or General concentrations, or they may customize their technology electives to best suit their work or transfer needs. See the program coordinator for information on transfer agreements and internships.

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Information Security Analyst

Cisco Certified Network Associate Continuing Education Certificate

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This course series prepares students to sit for the Cisco Certified Network Association (CCNA) certification exam, and for a professional career as a Cisco Certified Network Associate in the information and communication technology (ICT) field. Learn how to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size routed and switched networks.

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CompTIA Cloud+ Certification Training Continuing Education Certificate

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The CompTIA® Cloud+ certification training program is designed for individuals who are just starting out in information technology. Incorporating visual, auditory, and hands-on learning, the program is aligned with the highly regarded CompTIA® Cloud+ certification. Included are applied learning activities to ensure students gain a working knowledge of the concepts taught, as well as the ability to implement them in real-life situations.

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Cybersecurity Certificate

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The Cybersecurity certificate program is designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed to analyze security vulnerabilities, create a comprehensive incident-response plan, and implement the equipment, policies and procedures that protect a network and its related resources from unauthorized intrusion, information damage, or theft. Behaving ethically, writing policies and procedures, securing operating systems, installing and administering contemporary intrusion detection systems and firewalls, implementing network defenses and countermeasures, responding to intrusions, and utilizing system-wide, multi-layered, compliance-based approaches are emphasized.

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Cybersecurity, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for entry-level careers in cybersecurity. The program emphasizes computer and network security and information assurance concepts augmented with current industry-standard techniques. Topics cover threats and vulnerabilities, prevention at the technical (hardware and software) and human levels, detection, response, and the management aspects of security. The curriculum blends "leading edge" theory with a large amount of hands-on experiences for the purpose of developing confident and professional technicians.

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Digital Forensics, A.A.S.

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The Digital Forensic program provides excellent pathways for students to gain the knowledge and skills needed for careers related to computers and digital forensics. Students may transfer to universities and colleges that offer undergraduate education in computers and digital forensics and related disciplines. Our Digital Forensics program of study integrates technology and law.

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Information Security Analyst (Security+ Certification) Continuing Education Certificate

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This course series prepares students for the Computing Technology Industry Association's (CompTIA®) Security+ certification exam, and for a career as an Information Security Analyst. Gain an introduction to the Information Security field and explore how it relates to other IT areas and specialized security fields. Students learn current security essentials; common security threats and ramifications; developing secure information security strategies; common attacks and how to safeguard against them; cryptography basics; physical security; disaster recovery; business continuity; the role of computer forensics in information security; and ethical behavior appropriate to security-related technologies.

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Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Information Technology degree program is designed to provide students with the technical skills required for entry-level employment and the course work necessary to transfer to a four-year institution. Students may select technology electives to best suit their work or transfer needs. See the program coordinators for information on transfer agreements and internships.

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Network Security Specialist (Certified Ethical Hacker) Continuing Education Certificate

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This course prepares students to sit for the EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification exam, and for professional careers in the field of information and communication technology (ICT). Instruction combines an ethical methodology with the hands-on application of security tools needed to secure computer information systems. Students are introduced to common countermeasures that effectively reduce and mitigate attacks.

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Network Technology Degree (CISCO Concentration), A.A.S.

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The Network Technology program is designed to provide students with the technical skills required for entry-level employment and with the course work necessary to transfer to a four-year institution. Students may select between the Cisco, Microsoft, Red Hat, IT Support, or General concentrations, or they may customize their technology electives to best suit their work or transfer needs. See the program coordinator for information on transfer agreements and internships.

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Network Technology Degree (General Networking Concentration), A.A.S.

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The Network Technology program is designed to provide students with the technical skills required for entry-level employment and with the course work necessary to transfer to a four-year institution. Students may select between the Cisco, Microsoft, Red Hat, IT Support, or General concentrations, or they may customize their technology electives to best suit their work or transfer needs. See the program coordinator for information on transfer agreements and internships.

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Software Developer

Computer Programmer Continuing Education Certificate

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This course series prepares students for a career in computer programming using languages such as Python, C++, and Java. Get a solid introduction to the basics of computer programming using Python. Learn the basics of programming with C++ from installing and using a computer, to debugging the programs you create. Learn the skills and technology needed to create desktop and web programs in Java.

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Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Information Technology degree program is designed to provide students with the technical skills required for entry-level employment and the course work necessary to transfer to a four-year institution. Students may select technology electives to best suit their work or transfer needs. See the program coordinators for information on transfer agreements and internships.

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Java Programmer Continuing Education Certificate

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Taking an introductory approach, this Java training course covers most Java syntax elements, concentrating on fundamental and universally useful elements, while providing an overview of many more advanced elements. Students will learn to write useful Java classes, applying Object-Oriented concepts such as inheritance, and create Java programs that work with these classes.

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Mobile Application Developer Continuing Education Certificate

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This course series prepares students for a career in mobile application development. Learn how create applications for Android, iOS, WinPhone and PhoneGap using specialized development environments. Develop applications for iOS platform and work through the progression of skills development from installing developer tools, registering devices with Apple, and submitting an application to the App Store. Develop applications for the Android platform utilizing the Android Software Development Kit (SDK), Android Virtual Device (AVD) and Eclipse to create mobile applications. Develop applications that include comprehensive, up-to-date best practices that strengthens code security, will resist attack and prevent information loss throughout the entire development lifecycle.

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Mobile Development Certificate

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With the Mobile Development Certificate, students will be highly marketable in the ever growing business of mobile application development. The certificate will provide dual entry into the Mobile technology industry by preparing students for both Android and iOS development.

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Programming Certificate

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Students will acquire the knowledge and skills needed to become an IT programmer using languages such as C++, Visual Basic, and Java.

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Python Developer Continuing Education Certificate

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This comprehensive program covers introductory through advanced methods of Python and get students coding quickly. Students start by learning the basics of programming, how Python works, and gaining an understanding of Python's place in the wider programming world. More advanced methods are covered next, including how to work with iPhone Notebook, the Collections Module, regular expressions, databases, CSV files, JSON, and XML. Students will also learn advanced sorting, how to write object-oriented code in Python, and how to test and debug Python code. Additionally, students get a rapid introduction to NumPy, pandas, and matplotlib, which are Python libraries.

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Database Administrator

Database Certificate

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Students will create relational databases and explore other database design and development topics.

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Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Information Technology degree program is designed to provide students with the technical skills required for entry-level employment and the course work necessary to transfer to a four-year institution. Students may select technology electives to best suit their work or transfer needs. See the program coordinators for information on transfer agreements and internships.

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Digital Forensics, A.A.S.

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The Digital Forensic program provides excellent pathways for students to gain the knowledge and skills needed for careers related to computers and digital forensics. Students may transfer to universities and colleges that offer undergraduate education in computers and digital forensics and related disciplines. Our Digital Forensics program of study integrates technology and law.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Network Technology Degree (CISCO Concentration), A.A.S.

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The Network Technology program is designed to provide students with the technical skills required for entry-level employment and with the course work necessary to transfer to a four-year institution. Students may select between the Cisco, Microsoft, Red Hat, IT Support, or General concentrations, or they may customize their technology electives to best suit their work or transfer needs. See the program coordinator for information on transfer agreements and internships.

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Network Technology Degree (General Networking Concentration), A.A.S.

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The Network Technology program is designed to provide students with the technical skills required for entry-level employment and with the course work necessary to transfer to a four-year institution. Students may select between the Cisco, Microsoft, Red Hat, IT Support, or General concentrations, or they may customize their technology electives to best suit their work or transfer needs. See the program coordinator for information on transfer agreements and internships.

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Network+ Certified Technician Continuing Education Certificate

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This course prepares students to take the CompTIA® Network+ Certification Exam, and for a career as a network technician. Learn how to plan, install, configure and troubleshoot a computer network. Develop the skills to install and configure network operating systems and network hardware. Implement wireless networks, install and configure TCP/IP, perform diagnostic procedures to troubleshoot network malfunctions, and implement/manage network security.

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Preparation for CISCO Certificate

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This certificate program prepares students to work with Cisco routers, switches, and other networking equipment. During this program students will prepare for and take the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification exams.

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Preparation for Network+ Certificate

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The program prepares students for the industry recognized CompTIA Network+ certification exam and validates the knowledge and skills of networking professionals. The Network+ certification exam is an international, vendor-neutral certification that recognizes a technician's ability to describe the features and functions of networking components and to install, configure and troubleshoot basic networking hardware, protocols, and services. Although not a prerequisite, it is recommended that CompTIA Network+ candidates have at least nine months of experience in network support or administration or adequate academic training, along with a CompTIA A+ certification.

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VMware Systems Administrator Continuing Education Certificate

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This course prepares students to sit for the VMware VCP certification exam, and for a professional career in virtualization and cloud computing as a VMware Systems Administrator. This course teaches students to install, configure, manage, maintain and troubleshoot a virtual network infrastructure/cloud platform using VMware VSphere. Students will install and configure virtual machines, virtual networks and virtual hard disks on datacenter and cloud servers.

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Business Industry

Bookkeeper

Accounting AAS

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The program provides basic accounting knowledge to students planning to enter the profession at a junior level in business and/or government. To achieve this goal, students will develop proficiency in accumulating, recording, classifying and interpreting financial data for an economic entity. In addition to preparing/maintaining accounting records from the date of the original transaction through a full accounting cycle, students will learn the theory and practice of statement preparation and presentation. Other areas in which students will become proficient include: the why and how of accounting systems, professionally established accepted principles, journal transactions, and accrual versus cash. Managerial concerns are addressed extensively: cash flow, taxes, budgets, balance sheet and income statement relationships, analysis of changes in assets/revenues/expenses, and the use of standard costs for planning and control.

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Accounting Certificate

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The Accounting Certificate is a course of study designed for those students who would like to expand their technical knowledge of accounting and business. This certificate program is particularly beneficial for entrepreneurs, individuals who are looking to enhance their employability and students who are considering pursuing a two- or four-year degree. Some of the courses can be applied towards the Business Accounting Certificate and a two-year degree in Accounting AAS, Business Administration, or Business Management. Most of the courses can be directly transferred to a four-year institution.

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Bookkeeper Entry Level

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Bookkeepers compute, classify and record numerical data to keep financial records complete. They perform any combination of routine calculating, posting, and verifying duties to obtain primary financial data for use in maintaining and checking the accuracy of accounting records, calculations and postings. Upon completion of the four courses, the student will receive an Entry Level Bookkeeper Continuing Education Certificate.

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Business Accounting Certificate

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The Accounting Certificate is a course of study designed for those students who would like to expand their technical knowledge of accounting and business. This certificate program is particularly beneficial for entrepreneurs, individuals who are looking to enhance their employability and students who are considering pursuing a two- or four-year degree. Some of the courses can be applied towards the Business Accounting Certificate and a two-year degree in Accounting AAS, Business Administration, or Business Management. Most of the courses can be directly transferred to a four-year institution.

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Certificed Bookkeeping Certificate

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The Certified Bookkeeping Certificate is designed for students who desire to secure employment in private and public businesses as certified bookkeepers.  The required courses in this certificate will prepare students to sit for the Certified Bookkeeper exam offered by the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers and the QuickBooks Certified Online User exam.

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Office Manager

Administrative Professional

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Administrative Professionals have a wide range of responsibilities in an organization including developing and maintaining paper and electronic filing systems and databases, scheduling and maintaining calendars, providing effective communication to internal and/or external customers, and utilizing other task management and interpersonal skills.

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Business Management AAS

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This curriculum is designed to prepare students seeking employment in business and for those who are already employed and who wish to upgrade their skills. Graduates of this program can expect to be hired in entry-level management positions, such as: supervisor, office manager, marketing representative, etc. The program can be taken on a full-time or part-time basis. After completing the program and obtaining employment, students often elect to continue their education by working towards a bachelor's degree on a part-time basis at a four-year college/university in the area.

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Logistician

Certified Supply Chain Professional

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Prepare for the Certified Supply Chain Professional exam. Translate the connection between the areas of planning, sourcing, manufacturing, and delivering into an integrated supply chain. After completing the courses you will have a firm understanding of mitigation strategies, operationalize risk management practices, and implementation cost reduction measures. This combination of skills will drive the efficiency of your supply chain.

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Real Estate Appraiser

Home Inspector Pre-License Continuing Education Certificate

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Home Inspectors conduct inspections of newly built or previously owned homes, condominiums, townhomes, manufactured homes, apartments and, at times, commercial buildings. They inspect a home's systems, components and structure. Although they look for and report violations of building codes, they do not have the power to enforce compliance with the codes. In addition to examining structural quality, home inspectors inspect all home systems and features, including roofing, house exterior, attached garage or carport, foundation, interior, plumbing, and electrical, heating and cooling systems.

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Real Estate Appraiser Continuing Education Certificate

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This course series prepares students to sit for the Maryland Licensed Appraiser exam. Appraisers assess residential real estate property for its current fair market value. In order to appraise the property the appraiser must go to the real estate site and take pictures and measurements of the land and/or residence. A search of local real estate records is done to establish a price comparison of like properties, and a computerized report on the findings is written up for the customer and lender.

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Training and Development Specialist

Human Resources Management Certificate

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This program is designed for the student interested in receiving basic background for employment in the field of human resource management. All credits successfully completed in this program may be applied toward the Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Management.

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Human Resources Manager (Entry Level) Continuing Education Certificate

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Human Resources (HR) Managers often serve as a link between management and employees by handling questions, interpreting and administering contracts and helping resolve work-related problems. They frequently advise managers on organizational policy matters such as equal employment opportunity and sexual harassment, and recommend needed changes. HR Managers also perform difficult staffing duties, including dealing with understaffing, refereeing disputes, firing employees, and administering disciplinary procedures. They generally plan, organize, direct, control or coordinate the personnel, training, or labor relations activities of an organization.

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Human Resources Professional Continuing Education Certificate

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This advanced level program enhances the skills of Human Resources practitioners by utilizing the SHRM Body of Competency & Knowledge, covering topics such as strategic planning, talent acquisition, employee engagement, employee & labor relations, diversity & inclusion, and corporate social responsibility. Upon completion participants will be prepared to sit for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP credential. SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) is for Human Resources professionals who work in operational roles implementing policies and performing day-to-day HR functions. SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) is for senior HR professionals who work in primarily a strategic role, developing policies and strategies, overseeing the execution of HR operations, analyze metrics, and align HR strategies to operational goals.

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Public Service Industry

Social Services Assistant

Adolescent Behavioral Health Counseling Certificate

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The Adolescent Behavioral Health Certificate is designed for students in Human Services Counseling who are interested in specializing in adolescent and/or family counseling. This 21-credit program can be completed in a relatively short period of time, particularly for students who have earned a degree or certificate in Human Services Counseling. Students often earn this certificate along the path to pursuing the A.A.S. degree in Human Services Counseling.

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Behavioral Health Counseling Advanced Certificate

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The Behavioral Health Counselor Advanced Certificate is designed for students interested in the field of Behavioral Health Counseling. This certificate, coupled with a degree in a relevant field and an additional internship experience, provides students with the necessary credits to apply certification with the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists. This 30-credit program can be completed in a relatively short period of time, particularly for students who have earned the Behavioral Health Counselor Trainee certificate. Students often earn this certificate along the path to pursuing the A.A.S. degree in Human Services Counseling.

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Behavioral Health Counseling Trainee Certificate

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The Behavioral Health Counselor Trainee Certificate is designed for entry-level students interested in the field of Behavioral Health Counseling. This certificate provides students with the necessary credits to apply for Counselor Trainee status with the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists. This 18-credit program can be completed in a relatively short period of time, and students often earn this certificate along the path to pursuing the A.A.S. degree in Human Services Counseling.

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Human Services Counseling, A.A.S.

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The A.A.S. degree program in Human Services Counseling is designed to prepare students to function as human services workers and counselors in a broad range of settings, such as residential and outpatient programs, detoxification units, group homes, elder care facilities, and medication-assisted treatment programs. Program graduates may also broaden their area of study to social work, counseling, human services, or psychology at the bachelor's and master's degree levels. Through the A.A.S. degree program, students will complete a core of courses in Human Services Counseling, and general college courses in writing, science, math and communications. Students will also specialize in an Area of Concentration appropriate to his or her career goals. The A.A.S. degree program culminates in an internship experience in a work setting appropriate to the student's career goals. This experiential counseling opportunity greatly enhances the student's knowledge and skills.

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Human Services Generalist Certificate

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The Human Services Generalist certificate program provides a broad base of training preparing students to work in a wide array of social and human service positions providing direct service opportunities. Social and human service assistants help social workers, healthcare workers, and other professionals to provide services to those in need.

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Preschool Teacher

Child Care - Individuals with Disabilities Continuing Education Certificate

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This program prepares students for work as an assistant in a day care or preschool. Students learn the theories of human development and physical growth along with family and diversity issues. Topics include applying theory to practical situations, major development in physical and psychological growth and developmentally appropriate practice. Students will learn how to develop a unit plan, develop a lesson plan, create an effective classroom environment, and understand the cognitive and behavioral differences in stages of early childhood.

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Child Care Assistant - Individuals with Disabilities Continuing Education Certificate

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This program prepares students to work as classroom aides in early childhood education. Classroom aides assist the lead teacher in preparation for lessons and caring for the nutritional, safety, and social needs of young children.

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Child Care Provider Continuing Education Certificate

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Child Care Providers attend to children in schools, businesses, private households, and child care institutions. They perform a variety of tasks such as dressing, feeding, and overseeing play; are responsible for the safety and wellbeing of the children in their care; and work as part of a team. CCBC offers four different course series options for students interested in this career track (see options below). The instruction in these scenarios includes skills for relating well to children and their parents or caregivers.

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Early Childhood Development, A.A.S.

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The A.A.S. degree prepares students for a variety of career opportunities in the child care field. A.A.S. degree holders may pursue careers as program directors, senior staff teachers and assistants for quality child care centers and preschools.

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Correctional Officer

Corrections Professional Certificate

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The CCBC Corrections Professional Certificate is designed for students who are employed or seeking employment in the field of institutional or community corrections. It focuses on current approaches and trends in the supervision of criminal offenders. All certificate program courses may be applied to the AAS in Criminal Justice Studies. To apply for this certificate, students must be enrolled in the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission's Corrections Entrance Level Training Academy and the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission's Parole and Probation Entry Level Agent Academy.

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Criminal Justice Studies Certificate

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The CCBC Criminal Justice Studies certificate is designed primarily for those students who are seeking an interim certificate before completing the A.A.S. requirements or who wish to take only criminal justice courses. All certificate program courses may be applied toward an Associate of Applied Science degree (A.A.S.) in Criminal Justice Studies. To earn a Certificate in Criminal Justice Studies, the student must successfully complete the listed course requirements.

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Criminal Justice Studies, A.A.S.

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The CCBC Criminal Justice Studies degree program is designed to prepare students for service to the community in the fields of law enforcement, homeland security, juvenile services, private security, parole and probation, corrections and law.

In-service criminal justice professionals are encouraged to seek guidance from their campus Criminal Justice Studies program coordinator concerning credit-by-examination for selected academy courses. Credit for prior learning may also be available.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice Studies Certificate

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The CCBC Criminal Justice Studies certificate is designed primarily for those students who are seeking an interim certificate before completing the A.A.S. requirements or who wish to take only criminal justice courses. All certificate program courses may be applied toward an Associate of Applied Science degree (A.A.S.) in Criminal Justice Studies. To earn a Certificate in Criminal Justice Studies, the student must successfully complete the listed course requirements.

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Criminal Justice Studies, A.A.S.

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The CCBC Criminal Justice Studies degree program is designed to prepare students for service to the community in the fields of law enforcement, homeland security, juvenile services, private security, parole and probation, corrections and law.

In-service criminal justice professionals are encouraged to seek guidance from their campus Criminal Justice Studies program coordinator concerning credit-by-examination for selected academy courses. Credit for prior learning may also be available.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice Studies Certificate

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The CCBC Criminal Justice Studies certificate is designed primarily for those students who are seeking an interim certificate before completing the A.A.S. requirements or who wish to take only criminal justice courses. All certificate program courses may be applied toward an Associate of Applied Science degree (A.A.S.) in Criminal Justice Studies. To earn a Certificate in Criminal Justice Studies, the student must successfully complete the listed course requirements.

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Criminal Justice Studies, A.A.S.

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The CCBC Criminal Justice Studies degree program is designed to prepare students for service to the community in the fields of law enforcement, homeland security, juvenile services, private security, parole and probation, corrections and law.

In-service criminal justice professionals are encouraged to seek guidance from their campus Criminal Justice Studies program coordinator concerning credit-by-examination for selected academy courses. Credit for prior learning may also be available.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technology (EMT), A.A.S.

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Emergency Medical Technology is a rapidly expanding profession involving the provision of immediate care for the critically ill or injured at the scene of an emergency and transporting these patients to a medical facility. This entry-level program is designed to educate students at the Emergency Medical Technician (open enrollment) and Paramedic (selective admission) levels of prehospital provider. The career program leading to the Associate of Applied Science degree includes all of the specialized courses based upon the most current EMS Education Standards required to seek licensure as a Paramedic plus college-level General Education courses. Faculty members with experience in hospital and pre-hospital health care provide instruction in classroom, lab and clinical settings. State-of-the-art equipment and materials are dedicated solely to emergency medical services education and training.

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Emergency Medical Technology Certificate

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Emergency Medical Technology is a rapidly expanding profession involving the provision of immediate care for the critically ill or injured at the scene of an emergency and transporting these patients to a medical facility. This entry level program is designed to educate students at the Emergency Medical Technician (open enrollment) and Paramedic (selective admission) levels of prehospital provider. The career program leading to the Associate of Applied Science degree includes all of the specialized courses based upon the most current EMS Education Standards required to seek licensure as a Paramedic plus college-level General Education courses. Faculty members with experience in hospital and pre-hospital health care provide instruction in classroom, lab and clinical settings. State-of-the-art equipment and materials are dedicated solely to emergency medical services education and training.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Legal Studies, A.A.S.

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This American Bar Association-approved program provides students with the essential knowledge and skills to find employment as paralegals or legal assistants. According to the American Bar Association, "[a] legal assistant or paralegal is a person, qualified by education, training or work experience, who is employed or retained by a lawyer, law office, corporation, governmental agency or other entity and who performs specifically delegated substantive legal work for which a lawyer is responsible."

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Paralegal Studies Certificate

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The certificate in Paralegal Studies is designed for students who already have an associate or baccalaureate degree, and would like to start a career as a paralegal. Students without a degree are encouraged to enroll in the Legal Studies A.A.S. degree program.

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Construction Industry

HVAC Technician

Advanced HVAC and Energy Technology Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare students for a career in the heating, ventilating, air conditioning and energy technology industry. The curriculum blends "leading edge" HVACR theory with a large amount of practical, "hands on" experiences for the purpose of developing confident, professional HVACR technicians/installers. All classes completed for this certificate serve as building blocks for higher level certificates and a degree in HVAC and Energy Technology at CCBC.

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Basic HVAC and Energy Technology Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare students for a career in the heating, ventilating, air conditioning (HVAC) and energy industry. The curriculum blends "leading edge" HVAC and energy theory with a large amount of practical, "hands on" experiences for the purpose of developing confident, professional HVAC and energy technicians/installers. All classes completed for this certificate serve as building blocks for higher level certificates and the degree in HVAC and Energy Technology at CCBC.

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Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) and Energy Technology, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students for careers in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and related energy technologies industry. The curriculum blends "leading edge" theory with a large amount of practical, "hands on" experiences for the purpose of developing confident, professional technicians/installers. All classes completed for a certificate serve as building blocks for higher level certificates and/or a degree at CCBC.

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HVAC/Refrigeration Technician Continuing Education Certificate

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HVAC/Refrigeration Technicians install and/or repair heating, central air conditioning, or refrigeration systems, including oil and gas furnaces and boilers. Only certified technicians are permitted to perform refrigerant recovery in order to comply with U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards and requirements.​

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Architectural Drafter

CAD Architecture and Civil Certificate

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Certificates are awarded to students completing the course pattern with a 2.0 GPA or higher. Courses may be taken in any sequence as long as the prerequisites are met. The CAD Architecture and Civil certificate program prepares students to work as computer-aided drafters/designers in industry and to upgrade the skills of persons presently employed as drafters in a relatively short academic period by including only CADD and supporting courses. Course work completed in the CADD certificate program is fully applicable to the CADD Associate of Applied Science degree.

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CAD Operator and Designer Certificate

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Certificates are awarded to students completing the course pattern with a 2.0 GPA or higher. Courses may be taken in any sequence as long as the prerequisites are met. The CAD certificate program prepares students to work as computer-aided drafters/designers in industry and to upgrade the skills of persons presently employed as drafters in a relatively short academic period by including only CADD and supporting courses. Course work completed in the CADD certificate program is fully applicable to the CADD Associate of Applied Science degree.

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Computer Aided Design (CAD) Continuing Education Certificate

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This course series prepares students for a career as an entry-level or assistant CAD designer/drafter in fields such as architecture, electronics, construction, and civil engineering. CCBC Catonsville is an Autodesk Authorized Training Center and a Bentley Systems Inc. educational partner.

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Engineering Technology (Computer-Aided Design Concentration)

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The Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare the student for an entry-level position in the engineering field, generally working at the direction of an engineer. Engineering technicians use the principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems not requiring calculus in research and development, manufacturing, sales, construction, inspection, maintenance, and electronics. Their work involves the more practical side of science and engineering and often requires the use of computer software including 3D modeling.

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Carpenter

Carpentry Level I Certificate

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Upon successful completion of the classes, students will receive a Level 1 certificate in Carpentry, Electrical or Plumbing from the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).

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Construction Pre-Apprenticeship Continuing Education Workforce Training Certificate

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Prepare for an apprenticeship or other entry-level positions in construction and related fields.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology (Civil Engineering Technology Concentration), A.A.S.

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The Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare the student for an entry-level position in the engineering field, generally working at the direction of an engineer. Engineering technicians use the principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems not requiring calculus in research and development, manufacturing, sales, construction, inspection, maintenance, and electronics. Their work involves the more practical side of science and engineering and often requires the use of computer software including 3D modeling.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Engineering Technology (Geospatial Applications Concentration), A.A.S.

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The Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare the student for an entry-level position in the engineering field, generally working at the direction of an engineer. Engineering technicians use the principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems not requiring calculus in research and development, manufacturing, sales, construction, inspection, maintenance, and electronics. Their work involves the more practical side of science and engineering and often requires the use of computer software including 3D modeling.

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Engineering Technology (Land Surveying Concentration), A.A.S.

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The Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare the student for an entry-level position in the engineering field, generally working at the direction of an engineer. Engineering technicians use the principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems not requiring calculus in research and development, manufacturing, sales, construction, inspection, maintenance, and electronics. Their work involves the more practical side of science and engineering and often requires the use of computer software including 3D modeling.

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Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) and Energy Technology, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students for careers in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and related energy technologies industry. The curriculum blends "leading edge" theory with a large amount of practical, "hands on" experiences for the purpose of developing confident, professional technicians/installers. All classes completed for a certificate serve as building blocks for higher level certificates and/or a degree at CCBC.

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Welder

Welding Continuing Education Certificate

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CCBC, in partnership with Earlbeck Gases and Technologies, offers a series of welding courses that will take you from beginning skills and techniques in Fundamentals of Welding through additional courses that cover intermediate and advanced Gas Metal Arc (MIG), Shielded Metal Arc (Stick), and Gas Tungsten Arc (TIG) welding processes. If you have basic welding experience, you can take intermediate and/or advanced classes. Classes are held at Earlbeck, which is fully equipped to offer hands-on training and instruction.​

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Healthcare Industry

Vet Technician

Animal Reiki Practitioner Non-credit Certificate

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Animal Reiki Practitioners are animal service providers – veterinarians, animal trainers/behaviorists, animal acupuncturists, pet groomers, dog kennel staff, and animal daycare staff - who use Reiki to help in the physical, mental/emotional, and spiritual healing of animals. Reiki is a non-invasive Japanese holistic energy healing system used to support energy balance, harmony and 'hands-on' healing. This may include using client intake, consent, session and consent forms, and working with different breeds of animals.

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Veterinary Assistant Continuing Education Certificate

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Veterinary Assistants assist in kennel care, assist veterinary technicians during exams of animals and provide support throughout the veterinary office. They are employed at animal shelters, animal emergency centers and veterinary practices.

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Veterinary Technology, A.A.S.

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Veterinary technicians are vital members of the veterinary healthcare team. The five-semester Veterinary Technology Program provides students with the foundation and skill set necessary to pursue a career as a veterinary technician in private practice, emergency, specialty practice, veterinary teaching hospitals, zoo/wildlife, labs, research, shelters, etc. Emphasis is on companion animals, with exposure to lab animal, exotic and large animal species. The program includes didactic and interactive learning as well as clinical experience. An internship of clinical rotations is provided by the program during the second year. Upon completion of the program, graduates are eligible to take the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE). State requirements must also be fulfilled prior to licensing.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Certified Associate in Healthcare Information and Management Systems Continuing Education Certificate

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This course series prepares students to sit for the certification exam for Certified Associate in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CAHIMS). Health IT professionals assist in the implementation and utilization of Electronic Health Records in various healthcare settings, while operating within state and federal guidelines. ). Health IT professionals are looked upon to analyze, improve, and implement technology and workflow solutions to improve patient care. ). Health IT professionals also support the growing use of technology throughout all aspects of healthcare.

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Health Informatics and Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Health informatics and information technology is the combination of informational science, health care, and computer technology. With the federal mandate to implement the electronic health record (EHR) and the paradigm shift in industry to health informatics, the field of health information management is rapidly evolving. The entire health care system is built upon information - patient data, medical data, insurance, and billing information. The data retrieved by the use of health informatics provides statistical information that can have a major effect on how medicine is distributed, surgeries that are performed, and how healing is tracked.

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Medical Billing Continuing Education Certificate

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Medical Billers are responsible for making sure patients are billed correctly. This involves interaction with patients, government agencies and insurance companies. Medical billers need to know how to read a medical invoice, understand some medical coding language and have strong human relations skills. This is a good job for someone who wants to balance interaction with people and analyzing invoices and data.

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Medical Coding Certificate

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The Medical Coding certificate is designed to prepare future coding professionals for positions as medical coders in the health care industry. Medical Coding professionals combine health information knowledge with computer technology and management skills. They utilize clinical decisions to evaluate reimbursement of insurance claims, and provide information for indexing statistics and research. Medical Coding is used to help prevent legal difficulties and ensure that providers received full reimbursement in a timely manner.

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Medical Coding Continuing Education Certificate

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This course series prepares students to take the national certification exam to become a Certified Professional Coder. Medical Coders typically work in large physician practices, hospitals or coding companies. They must use federal diagnostic (ICD) and procedure (CPT) codes to express medical services provided. This coding of services provides the basis for billing and collection of money for services. Accurate medical coding is essential to the delivery of quality health care and efficient health care administration.

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Radiology Technician

Computed Tomography (CT) Certificate

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The Computed Tomography program is designed to provide the working Radiologic Technologist with the theoretical background and documented clinical experience necessary to sit for the Computed Tomography registry examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).* The certificate is based on the curriculum suggested by the American Society for Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) and the clinical standards required by the ARRT. Required didactic components will be offered as well as optional clinical components based on student need. The didactic component of the curriculum will be delivered both on-line using Blackboard and in a classroom setting with lectures and discussion. The clinical component will be gained in an array of clinical affiliate sites.

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Radiography (X-Ray Technology), A.A.S.

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Radiography uses x-ray radiation to create images of the tissues, organs, bones and vessels that make up the human body. Most people are familiar with chest x-rays and also know that x-rays are the best way to diagnose broken bones. The radiographer or x-ray technologist is the person who actually produces x-ray images of human anatomy for the physician to read and make a diagnosis.

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Dental Assistant

Dental Assistant Continuing Education Certificate

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Dental Assistants work in dental offices assisting dentists in providing services to patients. The majority of the work is performed for procedures that include development of impressions, assisting with treatment such as fillings and root canals, and preparation of patient operatory. They may assist in reception and scheduling duties, sterilization of instruments, and exposing radiographs. Hours are generally standard daytime with some evening and weekend flexibility depending on the facility.

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Dental Assisting Expanded Functions Continuing Education Certificate

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This course instructs the students in the theory and techniques used to perform general expanded functions approved by the State Board of Dental Examiners, and it prepares them to take the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners General Expanded Functions Examination. This program includes a clinical training component. Students will complete the theory portion of the class online, but they must be employed in a general dental practice where the supervising dentist agrees to verify their clinical skills practice.

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Dental Assisting: Oral Radiography Continuing Education Certificate

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This course prepares students to sit for the Dental Assistant National Board's Radiation Health and Safety Exam which is required to become a dental radiation technologist in Maryland. This course is open only to students who are currently employed as a clinical dental assistant and have been in the position for at least one year or to students who have previously completed a dental assistant program. Students new to the dental assistant field should complete CCBC's Dental Assistant program which also includes an oral radiography component.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene, A.A.S.

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The Dental Hygiene Program is a mix of academic and clinical coursework that is designed to provide the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to be a competent entry-level registered dental hygienist. Students will apply the skills and principles they have gained from their general education, basic sciences, dental sciences and dental hygiene sciences studies in the assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation of dental hygiene care for the individual and the community. Each student will actively participate in clinical dental hygiene experiences in the college dental hygiene clinic.

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MRI Technician

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Certificate

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The Magnetic Resonance Imaging program is designed to provide the working Radiologic Technologist with the theoretical background and documented clinical experience necessary to sit for the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) registry examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).* The certificate is based on the curriculum suggested by the American Society for Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) and the clinical standards required by the ARRT. Required didactic components will be offered as well as optional clinical components based on student need. The didactic component of the curriculum will be delivered both on-line using Blackboard and in a classroom setting with lectures and discussion. The clinical component will be gained in an array of clinical affiliates.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Continuing Education Certificate

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This course series prepares students to take the national certification exam to become a certified Medical Assistant (MA). The MA program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, www.caahep.org, upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review board (MAERB).

Medical Assistants perform clinical duties and some administrative duties under the direction of a physician. Administrative duties may include scheduling appointments, maintaining medical records, billing, and coding information for insurance purposes. Clinical duties may include taking and recording vital signs and medical histories, preparing patients for examination, drawing blood, taking EKGs, and administering medications (e.g. flu shots) as directed by a physician.

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Medical Assisting, A.A.S.

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Medical assistants are multi-skilled allied health professionals who perform both administrative and clinical duties under the supervision of a physician. Clinical skills training includes assisting with medical exams, obtaining and recording vital signs, documenting medical records electronically, preparing and administering medication including injections, and performing venipuncture and other specimen collection and processing. Medical assistants are also trained to manage and code medical records, perform daily billing and accounting tasks, and communicate effectively and appropriately within the medical facility. Medical assistants can move into office management positions.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technology, A.A.S.

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The A.A.S. degree program in Medical Laboratory Technology is designed to prepare students to function in the highly complex arena of laboratory medicine. Medical Laboratory Technicians (MLTs) perform a variety of complex laboratory tests which play an important role in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of many diseases and in the promotion of health. They develop data on blood, tissues, and other human body fluids by using highly computerized and automated instruments. They interpret patient results, evaluate quality control test results, and maintain equipment in good working order.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Assistant Continuing Education Certificate

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This course series prepares students to apply for Maryland State certification as both a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and a Geriatric Nursing Assistant (GNA). Nursing Assistants work under the supervision of an RN or LPN. The CNA's or GNA's primary duties are assisting with activities of daily living; which may include helping patients/clients with meals, personal grooming, and toileting. Additional responsibilities involve performing basic nursing skills such as obtaining a patients/clients vital signs, i.e. pulse rate or blood pressure.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare students to work as occupational therapy assistants. Occupational therapy assistants work with patients of all ages whose lives have been affected by impairment or disease. Occupational therapy assistants under the supervision of a registered occupational therapist assist people in overcoming, adapting to, and/or preventing physical and psychosocial problems caused by disease, substance abuse, mental illness, amputation, spinal cord injury, stroke, arthritis and birth defects, to name a few. Occupational therapy assistants help people obtain or regain skills in the areas of self-care, school, work, play and leisure. Jobs may be found in a variety of places such as hospitals, schools, long-term care facilities, rehabilitation centers, home health, and community based centers.

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technician Continuing Education Certificate

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Pharmacy Technicians assist pharmacists in hospitals or freestanding pharmacies. They are typically involved in customer interactions, insurance claim processing, maintaining inventories and filling prescriptions. This course series prepares students to take the national PTCB certification exam to become a Certified Pharmacy Technician.

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Radiation Therapy, A.A.S.

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Radiation Therapy utilizes radiation and radioactive isotopes in the treatment of disease, primarily cancer. The Radiation Therapist provides services for treatment of malignant and non-malignant disease. The Radiation Therapist is responsible for localizing the tumor, implementing the treatment plan, observing and evaluating clinical progress of the patient.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomist Continuing Education Certificate

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Phlebotomists typically draw blood and collect other specimens such as urine, throat cultures, and stool cultures. They may also carry out other related clerical and routine lab tasks (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments waived) and enter results into the computer. ​This course series prepares students to sit for the national certification exam to become a Certified Phlebotomist (CPT).

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapy Tech/Aide Continuing Education Certificate

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The Physical Therapy Tech/Aide works under the close supervision of a physical therapist or physical therapy assistant to perform only delegated, selected, or routine tasks in specific situations. These duties include preparing the patient and the treatment area. They can work in a variety of settings including long-term care facilities, hospitals, rehabilitation centers and home/community-based settings. This career does not currently have a certification exam.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Certificate

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The Practical Nursing program is a 12-month, 46-credit certificate program designed to provide theoretical and clinical laboratory study in nursing that will enable students to learn to assist other licensed health care professionals, such as registered nurses and physicians, and work as members of a health care team. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are eligible to apply and take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-PN). The program is accredited by the Maryland Board of Nursing.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care Therapist, A.A.S.

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Respiratory care is a life-supporting, life-enhancing profession practiced under qualified medical direction. Respiratory care services provided to patients with disorders of the cardiopulmonary system such as asthma and heart disease include diagnostic testing, therapeutics, monitoring, and rehabilitation. Patient, family, and public education are central to the mission of the profession. Respiratory care services are provided in all health care facilities and in the home.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Air Conditioning and Heating Specialist Certificate

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Individuals successfully completing this certificate will be ready for employment opportunities in the automotive repair industry as heating and air-conditioning technicians. Global options are available full-time weekday, and part-time weeknights and/or Friday/Saturday, with starts throughout the year.

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Automotive Brake and Suspension Specialist Certificate

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Individuals successfully completing this certificate will be ready for employment opportunities in the automotive repair industry such as brake technician, suspension technician and wheel alignment technician. Global options are available full-time weekday, and part-time weeknights and/or Friday/Saturday, with starts throughout the year.

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Automotive Drive Train Specialist Certificate

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Students successfully completing this certificate will be ready for employment opportunities in the automotive repair industry as powertrain technician specialists. Global options are available full-time weekday, and part-time weeknights and/or Friday/Saturday, with starts throughout the year.

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Automotive Engine Specialist Certificate

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Individuals successfully completing this certificate are ready for employment opportunities in the automotive repair industry as engine repair and performance specialists. Global options are available full-time weekday, and part-time weeknights and/or Friday/Saturday, with starts throughout the year.

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Automotive Master Technician Certificate

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This certificate requires mastering the diagnosis, repair and service of all automotive systems. It is designed to prepare individuals to seek employment in the automotive repair industry or to upgrade their automotive skills. Students successfully completing this curriculum will be prepared for employment as automotive lead technicians, automotive team leaders, automotive service advisers, diagnosticians or secure other upper-level automotive positions.

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Automotive Service Attendant Certificate

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Individuals successfully completing this certificate will be ready for employment opportunities in the automotive repair industry as Automotive Service Attendant technicians. Global options are available full-time weekday, and part-time weeknights and/or Friday/Saturday, with starts throughout the year.

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Automotive Technology (Global Option), A.A.S.

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The mission of the Automotive Technology Program at CCBC is to prepare students for successful employment or advancement as automotive technicians. The Automotive Program awards a Certificate and/or an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree. The A.A.S. degree can be achieved through any one of four pathways. Those pathways include a Global option which covers a wide range of automotive makes and models, including a Chrysler-affiliated opportunity--Fiat/Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Career Automotive Opportunity (CAP Local), and three other Manufacturer-Specific options including Ford, General Motors, and Nissan. The Automotive Technology program provides students with state-of-the-art automotive service and repair techniques. Technical training is provided in the classroom and in the lab on CCBC vehicles.

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Automotive Technology (Manufacturer-Specific Options), A.A.S.

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The mission of the Automotive Technology Program at CCBC is to prepare students for successful employment or advancement as automotive technicians. The Automotive Program awards a Certificate and/or an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree. The A.A.S. degree can be achieved through any one of four pathways. Those pathways include a Global option which covers a wide range of automotive makes and models, including a Chrysler-affiliated opportunity, and two other Manufacturer-Specific options including Ford, General Motors, and Nissan. The Automotive Technology program provides students with state-of-the-art automotive service and repair techniques. Technical training is provided in the classroom and in the lab on CCBC vehicles.

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Truck Driver

Commercial Vehicle Operator A Class Continuing Education Certificate

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Commercial vehicle operation is an important component of the Transportation, Distribution and Logistics industry. This training prepares students to test for a Maryland CDL-A license.

Commercial drivers of tractor trailers provide local daily service or make intercity and interstate trips that are longer and vary from job to job. Heavy truck and tractor trailer drivers may spend most of their time behind the wheel, but may be required to load or unload their cargo upon arrival at their final destination. They often travel at night and on holidays and weekends to avoid traffic delays and deliver cargo on time. Drivers conduct pre-trip vehicle inspections and must report to the dispatcher any equipment that is inoperable, defective or missing. The U.S. Department of Transportation requires drivers to keep a log of their activities, including the condition of the truck, hours of service and the circumstances of any accidents.

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Commercial Vehicle Operator B Class Continuing Education Certificate

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Commercial vehicle operators with Class B commercial licenses may support either the passenger transportation industry or the distribution of goods and materials. The hospitality industry requires CDL-B drivers, with a "P" - Passenger endorsement, to transport passengers to hotels and airports, operate rental car shuttles, as well as scheduled bus, charter bus, tour bus, urban, and transportation services. Vehicle operators may drive locally, regionally, and/or between urban areas, depending on the nature of the business.

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Hospitality Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Electrical and Electronic Specialist Certificate

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Individuals successfully completing this certificate are ready for employment opportunities in the automotive repair industry as electrical or electronic systems technicians. Global options are available full-time weekday, and part-time weeknights and/or Friday/Saturday, with starts throughout the year.

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Casino Manager

Casino Dealer

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Casino Dealer Training at CCBC is designed to train individuals for a career as a casino poker dealer.

Casino Poker Dealer at Owings Mills offers the 80-hour course that prepares students to be new casino poker dealers. After completion of this course, students will be prepared to audition to be a Casino Poker Dealer.

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Food Service Manager

Food Service Manager

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The ManageFirst?? Professional (MFP), created by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) and managed nationally by National Restaurant Association Solutions, is a management development program that equips students with the key competencies they need to begin or advance their management careers in the demanding food service industry. This course series prepares students for the ManageFirst?? Professional (MFP) credential and ServSafe?? Food Safety certification.

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Kitchen Manager

Food Truck Operator

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A food truck operator is responsible for the daily operations of a food truck or trailer, going to various locations to cook, serve, and sell food. The operator will plan and price the menu, market the business, manage expenses, and follow local and state food handling regulations.​

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Chef and Head Cook

FoodWork

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FoodWorks: Basic Culinary Training Continuing Education Certificate

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This 12-week workforce development program is designed to give students interested in the food service industry on-the-job training experience in the Maryland Food Bank's Bauer Community Kitchen, a state-of-the-art culinary facility. The unique course teaches an array of cooking techniques, including knife cuts, recipe conversions, and commercial equipment use, as well as food safety and sanitation standards. As part of their real world experience, students will use donated food and locally-grown fresh ingredients to prepare a variety of meals from scratch for Maryland Food Bank Kids Supper Club and Summer Club programs, which are served daily in afterschool and summer enrichment programs

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Manufacturing Industry

Machinist

CNC Machine Tool Continuing Education Certificate

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Students in the CNC Machine Tool Short-Term Training program learn both manual and computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool technology with extensive hands-on and computer-based training at the CCBC Catonsville machine lab. The course series starts with essential workplace literacy skills in computers, plus work habits and work ethics. Foundational topics of safety, blueprint reading, and trade math follow. Extensive hands-on machining training at the CCBC Catonsville machine shop includes both manual and CNC technology with Advanced CNC Machining Center Set-Up, Programming, and Operator as the capstone module. The series includes modules in quality and resume/interview skills.

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CNC Machinist Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment as a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine operator, machinist, and/or a set-up person. This certificate will be awarded to students who complete the requirements with a 2.0 GPA or higher. Courses may be taken in any sequence as long as prerequisites are met.

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CNC Programming Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment as a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programmer. This certificate will be awarded to students who complete the requirements with a 2.0 GPA or higher. Courses may be taken in any sequence as long as prerequisites are met.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Engineering Technology (Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology Concentration), A.A.S.

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The Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare the student for an entry-level position in the engineering field, generally working at the direction of an engineer. Engineering technicians use the principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems not requiring calculus in research and development, manufacturing, sales, construction, inspection, maintenance, and electronics. Their work involves the more practical side of science and engineering and often requires the use of computer software including 3D modeling.

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Mechatronics Continuing Education Certificate

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The Mechatronics program provides an intensive overview of skills necessary for the mechatronics industry. You will learn math, inspection, safety, quality, electrical systems, automation, mechanical systems, fluid systems, rigging, and welding in Mechatronics.

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Robotics Technician Continuing Education Certificate

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An increasing number of companies are turning to robotics as a means for increased production. Robots have an impressive range of applications, from "pick and place" for packaging, to welding, painting, or inspecting parts immediately after a process. However, robots are not foolproof; they require effective preventive maintenance to ensure they operate at full capacity. If a robot malfunctions, an experienced maintenance professional must know how to troubleshoot the exact cause.

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Communications Industry

AV Technician

Digital Media Production Certificate

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This program is designed for students interested in continuing their studies in digital media production to acquire the necessary skills for a job or articulate into a four-year media program. It particularly prepares students who are currently working in the industry for job advancement by allowing students to update or expand their digital media expertise. As more and more industries ask employees to be digital natives, this program supports employees and individuals coming from traditional and print-based media to transition into the digital media environment. Students gain hands-on experience by creating digital media projects and a web portfolio using the latest camera, lighting, audio, and editing technologies.

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Digital Media Production, A.A.S.

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Digital Media Production trains students in all aspects of pre-production, production and post-production. Students learn how to analyze and understand the media around them, create media in many different formats, and how to manage the business and technology requirements of working in the media industry. Compelling storytelling for fiction and non-fiction genres using all types of media is the basis of the program. Using and adapting to changing technology, using critical thinking skills, gives students the opportunity to give a voice to their community and their stories.

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Music Production and Audio Recording Technology Certificate

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The Music Production and Audio Recording Technology Program is a certificate program designed to prepare students for entry in the audio recording profession.

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Photography and Imaging Certificate

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The Photography and Imaging certificate prepares students for positions in commercial photography studios, in-house imaging departments, portrait/event studios, industrial photography departments, digital imaging labs, photojournalism, and multimedia production companies.

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Graphic Designer

Graphic Design Certificate

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The Graphic Design certificate prepares students for positions as graphic designers and electronic publication design specialists in business, government and industry. Focusing primarily on print-based media, students will work on original projects to produce all types of print collateral, from flyers and posters to dimensional packaging and signage.

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Energy Industry

Diesel Mechanic

Introduction to Preventative Maintenance for Diesel Mechanics Continuing Education Certificate

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The Diesel Mechanics program trains students to remove

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Power Generation Technician

Introduction to Preventative Maintenance for Diesel Mechanics Continuing Education Certificate

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The Diesel Mechanics program trains students to remove

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