Dakota College at Bottineau

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Child Development Associate Certificate

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DCB’s Child Development Associate Certificate prepares individuals
to work with children in a variety of settings including daycare
centers, preschool programs, and home childcare. Students learn
to plan activities that promote the physical, cognitive, social, and
psychological development of children.
This is a great program for those starting out or have already been
working in the child care field. Dakota College at Bottineau also
offers an AAS program that aligns with this curriculum.

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Paraprofessional Education, Early Childhood and K-12 Certificate

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The paraprofessional education major prepares individuals to work with children in a variety of settings including daycare centers, preschool programs, home childcare, and schools. Students learn to plan activities that promote the physical, cognitive, social, and psychological development of children. The major has two options: a pre-school program option that focuses on education and a family childcare option that incorporates business management into the curriculum. A criminal background check is required for this program.

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Paraprofessional Education, Early Childhood and K-12, A.A.S.

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The paraprofessional education major prepares individuals to work with children in a variety of settings including daycare centers, preschool programs, home childcare, and schools. Students learn to plan activities that promote the physical, cognitive, social, and psychological development of children. The major has two options: a pre-school program option that focuses on education and a family childcare option that incorporates business management into the curriculum. A criminal background check is required for this program.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Paramedic Technology Certificate

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The CAAHEP accredited Paramedic Technology program prepares students for a rewarding opportunity in the growing field of emergency medical services. Paramedics provide complete and vital emergency services to a variety of patients. They are typically dispatched by 911 operators to the scene of an accident or other emergency situation in which immediate emergency medical services are required. They may also provide transportation from one medical facility to another. Graduates in this program may be employed with fire departments, public and private ambulance services, rescue squads, emergency medical services, and hospitals. The Paramedic Technology program is delivered through a combination of Interactive Video Network (IVN) and on-site methods. Students will receive academic components of the program via IVN, while the hands-on, clinical components will be taught by certified instructors on-site. This combination of delivery methods will provide a quality education that is flexible and accessible. Current distance delivery sites include Minot, Bottineau, Carrington, Harvey, Rugby, Mohall, Williston, and Watford City; all in North Dakota. Additional sites may be available depending on demand.

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Paramedic Technology, A.A.S.

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The CAAHEP accredited Paramedic Technology program prepares students for a rewarding opportunity in the growing field of emergency medical services. Paramedics provide complete and vital emergency services to a variety of patients. They are typically dispatched by 911 operators to the scene of an accident or other emergency situation in which immediate emergency medical services are required. They may also provide transportation from one medical facility to another. Graduates in this program may be employed with fire departments, public and private ambulance services, rescue squads, emergency medical services, and hospitals. The Paramedic Technology program is delivered through a combination of Interactive Video Network (IVN) and on-site methods. Students will receive academic components of the program via IVN, while the hands-on, clinical components will be taught by certified instructors on-site. This combination of delivery methods will provide a quality education that is flexible and accessible. Current distance delivery sites include Minot, Bottineau, Carrington, Harvey, Rugby, Mohall, Williston, and Watford City; all in North Dakota. Additional sites may be available depending on demand.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Sonographer

Diagnostic Medical Sonography, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) will prepare students for a dynamic career in sonography (ultrasound). Professionals in DMS, also known simply as sonographers, use sound waves to obtain images of organs and tissues in the body. During an ultrasound examination, the sonographer places a device called a transducer in contact with the patient’s body. The transducer emits high frequency sound waves that pass through the body, sending back “echoes” as they bounce off organs and tissue. Specialized equipment then converts those echoes into visual data in the form of medical images, depicting the anatomy of interest.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Administrative Assistant, A.A.S.

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The Medical Administrative Assistant program is a hybrid program
offered partially online and on campus and can be completed in as
little as two years. Don’t stop at Medical Administration—you can
earn your Medical Coding certificate and Medical Assistant degree
at the same time to help expand your career options.

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Medical Coding Certificate

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The Medical Administrative Assistant program is a hybrid program
offered partially online and on campus and can be completed in as
little as two years. Don’t stop at Medical Administration—you can
earn your Medical Coding certificate and Medical Assistant degree
at the same time to help expand your career options.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Certificate

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The DCB Medical Assistant program is offered completely online.
You can earn your one-year diploma or two-year degree from the
comfort of your home. Don’t stop at Medical Assisting—you can earn
your Medical Coding certificate and Medical Administrative Assistant
degree at the same time to help expand your career options.

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Medical Assistant, A.A.S.

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The DCB Medical Assistant program is offered completely online.
You can earn your one-year diploma or two-year degree from the
comfort of your home. Don’t stop at Medical Assisting—you can earn
your Medical Coding certificate and Medical Administrative Assistant
degree at the same time to help expand your career options.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Certificate

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The Practical Nursing Program is an 11-month educational program that leads to the awarding of a Practical Nurse Certificate. Program graduates are eligible to apply to take the examination, NCLEX PN®, which is required by the N.D. Board of Nursing for Licensure of Practical Nurses. This program is part of the Dakota Nursing Program, a collaborative effort between Bismarck State College, Williston State College, and Lake Region State College.

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Business Industry

Training and Development Specialist

Human Resource Management Certificate

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The HRM program prepares individuals to have the skills, knowledge, and abilities in core human resource functions, employee relations issues, communicating effectively in a work environment, and applicable federal, state, and local employment regulations and working knowledge of basic employment laws. Instructional components include personnel recruitment and evaluations, employee relations, employee training and development, employment law, and compensation and benefits, and human resource information portfolios and systems.

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Human Resource Management, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Human Resource Management (HRM) will prepare students for opportunities in the growing field of human resource (HR). Professionals in HR can work in a variety of occupations and play a strategic role in the success of an organization. They must be competent in HR knowledge, facilitating changes, and have personal credibility which includes trust and confidentiality. They may facilitate employee communication, manage human resource records, administer employee compensation and benefit plans, recruit, orientate new employees, write policies and apply employment laws and regulations.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Information Technology, A.A.S.

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This program provides students with a broad array of entry level knowledge and practical, hands-on skills. Courses in this program cover such topics as programming, computer security, computer networks, hardware configuration, maintenance, and operating systems. Students successfully completing the Information Technology degree will be prepared to apply their training to entry level career opportunities in service and support of hardware and software to both personal and networked systems.

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Database Administrators

Information Technology, A.A.S.

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This program provides students with a broad array of entry level knowledge and practical, hands-on skills. Courses in this program cover such topics as programming, computer security, computer networks, hardware configuration, maintenance, and operating systems. Students successfully completing the Information Technology degree will be prepared to apply their training to entry level career opportunities in service and support of hardware and software to both personal and networked systems.

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Software Developer

Information Technology, A.A.S.

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This program provides students with a broad array of entry level knowledge and practical, hands-on skills. Courses in this program cover such topics as programming, computer security, computer networks, hardware configuration, maintenance, and operating systems. Students successfully completing the Information Technology degree will be prepared to apply their training to entry level career opportunities in service and support of hardware and software to both personal and networked systems.

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Web Design Certificate

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Web designers usually work under the supervision of a webmaster
or project manager in design companies or within a web design
team of a large corporation. They perform basic website creation,
basic design changes, and basic content management. The
web designer may utilize content management systems and/
or programming code to keep websites current. an information
technology degree focused on web skills is for organized, detail
oriented, analytical people who want to work independently or with
a team utilizing technology to create online presences.

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WebMaster, A.A.S.

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An Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS), often referred to as a
technical degree, provides program graduates with a set of workplaceready skills. Web design offers a world-wide job market with unlimited
locations and diverse environments.

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IT Support Specialist

Information Technology, A.A.S.

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This program provides students with a broad array of entry level knowledge and practical, hands-on skills. Courses in this program cover such topics as programming, computer security, computer networks, hardware configuration, maintenance, and operating systems. Students successfully completing the Information Technology degree will be prepared to apply their training to entry level career opportunities in service and support of hardware and software to both personal and networked systems.

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Systems Analyst

Information Technology, A.A.S.

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This program provides students with a broad array of entry level knowledge and practical, hands-on skills. Courses in this program cover such topics as programming, computer security, computer networks, hardware configuration, maintenance, and operating systems. Students successfully completing the Information Technology degree will be prepared to apply their training to entry level career opportunities in service and support of hardware and software to both personal and networked systems.

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Information Security Analyst

Information Technology, A.A.S.

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This program provides students with a broad array of entry level knowledge and practical, hands-on skills. Courses in this program cover such topics as programming, computer security, computer networks, hardware configuration, maintenance, and operating systems. Students successfully completing the Information Technology degree will be prepared to apply their training to entry level career opportunities in service and support of hardware and software to both personal and networked systems.

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Communications Industry

AV Technician

Photography Certificate

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Professionals in commercial photography can work in a variety of
atmospheres. They might open their own business doing portraits, senior
photography, weddings, landscape, and advertising photography. They
may work for a photography studio creating images, managing the
studio, assisting the photographers, and editing photos. Some work as
creative directors where they oversee hiring and communicating projects
to photographers. Some will work in video and film creation. Experience,
strong visual communication skills, creative thinking, persistency,
problem solving, and a solid business sense are the main components to
success in the photographic industry.

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Photography, A.A.S.

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DCB’s Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Photography prepares
individuals to creatively problem solve with visual communication skills
to ultimately fulfill a client’s need. This includes client assessment, image
creation techniques including 2D design, camera and lighting skills,
postproduction skills, business practices, and creative solutions. The use
of still and moving imagery is increasingly in high demand with the rise
of social media. Additionally, creating images can be a fun and rewarding
career.

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Contact Phone Number

701-228-2277

Address

105 Simrall Blvd
Bottineau, ND 58318-1198
United States