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Software Developer

.NET Programming Skills Achievement Certificate

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This sequence is for students who wish to learn .NET programming and the .NET framework. It includes instruction and practice in writing, executing, testing and debugging C# or Visual Basic.NET programs on a personal computer using Visual Studio.NET. Topics such as forms, controls and Windows applications are covered in detail with introductory material on ASP.NET with applications and ADO.NET data access.

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Computer Programming Non-Credit Certificate

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Computer programmers create, design, write, test (debug/troubleshoot) and maintain the source code of computer programs. The source code is written in a select programming language, many of which are available to learn through continuing education programs at Brookhaven College, including:

Java
C++
Javascript
SQL
.NET
and many more! Programmers develop applications for the workplace environment, web and other interfaces. Programming knowledge can open the door to many jobs, such as a software programmer, developer or engineer.

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Java Non-Credit Certificate

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Gain an understanding of the Java computer programming language by enrolling in the Java continuing education program. You will get an introduction to Java programming and the skills to use Java in your career.

Java programmers develop business and web applications for various platforms using the programming language. Java can be used in games, software applications and utilities for the internet. As technology continues to advance, Java may also be used on mobile devices.

Programmers work both independently and in collaboration with other programmers.

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Object- Oriented Programming Skills Achievement Certificate

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This sequence is for students who wish to learn an object-oriented programming language in depth. It includes instruction and practice in writing, executing, testing and debugging object-oriented programs on a personal computer in C++, C# or Java. Classes, objects, inheritance, interfaces, parameterized types, generic programming, iterators, templates, collections and containers are also covered in detail.

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Programmer Level I Certificate

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This associate degree program is designed to provide in-depth skills and knowledge in one introductory specialization language or development tool, an operating system used with that platform, plus additional skills and knowledge with an advanced specialization language or development tool.Students are expected to complete an introductory and advanced course from the same specialization emphasis list to be considered as having met the requirement for this award.

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Software Programmer/Developer Assistant Certificate

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This certificate option is designed to provide skills and knowledge in one introductory specialization language or development tool, an operating system used with that platform, and database concepts. Students are expected to complete an introductory and advanced course from the same specialization emphasis list to be considered as having met the requirement for this award.

Graduates will be qualified to work as an assistant in a programming or development environment with data, coding, and/or design.

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Software Programmer/Developer, A.A.S.

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This associate degree program is designed to provide in-depth skills and knowledge in one introductory specialization language or development tool, an operating system used with that platform, plus additional skills and knowledge with an advanced specialization language or development tool.Students are expected to complete an introductory and advanced course from the same specialization emphasis list to be considered as having met the requirement for this award.

The graduate will be qualified to work as an entry-level programmer or developer in an applications setting.

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Visual Studio Developer Certificate

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This certificate provides programmers with skills knowledge, and expertise to utilize Microsoft Visual Studio.NET to create rich client applications, components, and services built on the latest .NET Framework and preparation required to pass the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist Developer Exams in Windows Forms Applications, ASP.NET Web Applications and SQL Server Database Applications.

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Visual Studio Progrssional Developer Certificate

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This certificate option is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to build, deploy, and maintain Microsoft Windows Web, and Database applications. The program also provides preparatory training for those wishing to take the Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) certification exams. Upon completion, graduates will be qualified to work as programmers, programmer/analysts or system developers.

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Visual Sudio Enterprise Developer Certificate

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This certificate option is designed to provide students with the skills to design, implement, and administer business solutions with Microsoft Visual Studio development products. The program also provides preparatory training for those wishing to take the Microsoft Certified Professional Developer certification exams in Database, Web, Windows and Enterprise applications. Upon completion, graduates will be qualified to work as software development engineers, software architects, or system analysts.

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Web Developer Specialist Certificate

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This certificate option trains the student to design and develop web pages and web business applications. It prepares the student to enter the workforce as a member of the company web development team for Internet/Intranet applications.

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Web Development Certificate

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The Web Development Certificate curriculum is designed to provide the skills necessary for an entry-level position as a Web Developer. Emphasis is upon the technical development of websites including networking, database concepts and web authoring using programming languages and software to produce interactive, and dynamic websites and web applications.

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Web Development Non-Credit Certificate

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In the Web Development program you will learn how to create web pages and use web business applications.

By the time you complete the program, you will be prepared to enter the workforce as the member of a company’s web development team for internet and intranet applications.

You’ll get the skills you need for programming, web design, composition and digital imaging.

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Web Production and Design, A.A.S.

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This degree is designed to provide students with technical and artistic skills required to use the web as an interactive communications medium. Students pursuing this degree will learn basic and advanced page design skills, digital imaging techniques suitable for the web, basic client- and server-side programming methods (including form validation and shopping carts), problem-solving skills, interpersonal workgroup skills, and techniques for delivering video and audio over the Internet.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Cisco Networking Assistant Skills Achievement Certificate

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This sequence is for students who wish to develop skills in managing traffic and networking devices in local area networks (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) services, wireless communication, and management. Upon completion, the student will have acquired skills needed to prepare for certification as a Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA).

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Cisco Networking Intern Skills Achievement Certificate

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This sequence is for students who wish to learn about design and installation of local area networks, and basic router configuration. Upon completion, the student will have acquired the skills needed for employment in the networking industry as an intern.

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Cisco Non-Credit Certificate

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Cisco training is the beginning of a career in network management, building the skills you need to thrive in networking jobs. Students learn how to design, build and secure intelligent networks, while developing other skills like leadership and collaboration. Soon after graduation, many of our alumni work as network engineers, designers, or administrators.

This program prepares you for the Cisco Certification exams. Students who take and pass the exams are certified as Networking Associates or Networking Professionals by Cisco.

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Information Security Certificate

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This certificate provides hands-on, in-depth training to meet industry demands and concerns in protecting critical information infrastructures against cyber threats. The graduate will be qualified for entry-level positions in a network environment dealing with security challenges.

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IT Security Skills Achievement Certificate

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This award is designed to provide an introductory background for students interested in learning about protecting information systems and networks from security threats. Security terminology and theory, administrative controls, protection from viruses, firewall design, and incident postmortem reporting is introduced. The award also provides preparatory training for those wishing to take the Security+ certification exam.

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LIUX/Open Source Skills Achievement Certificate

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This sequence is for students interested in learning the LINUX Operating System up to an intermediate level and the basics of Open Source software. LINUX topics covered include LINUX commands, file system structure, system editors and simple shell programming. Open Source topics include LINUX installation.

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Networking Associate Certificate

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This certificate option will provide education and training for individuals interested in developing their knowledge and skills as networking professionals with an emphasis on preparation for those wishing to take the CCNA certification examination.

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Networking Support Certificate

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This certificate offers courses to prepare networking systems engineers, database administrators, and systems administrators for the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) IT Infrastructure certification exam. The program also provides preparatory training for those wishing to take the Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) Server Administrator, Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) Enterprise Administrator, Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) Database Administrator, and Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) Enterprise Support Technician certification examinations.

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UNIX Administrator/Cloud Computing Certificate

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This certificate option prepares the student to be a UNIX system administrator. Students will learn basic and advanced hands-on skills associated with the UNIX user interface environment, file system structure, account setup and maintenance, system security, shell scripting, and other general tasks associated with day-to-day UNIX management operations in both standalone and networked systems. Multiple versions of UNIX such as Solaris and/or Linux may be presented to better enable student success in varying commercial environments.

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IT Support Specialist

Help Desk/User Support Technician Certificate

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This certificate is designed to provide lower level tech support skills needed to assist customers, clients, or members of a firm or organization. Graduates field telephone calls, and email messages from customers seeking guidance on technical problems. They diagnose the problem patiently and walk the customer through the problem-solving steps. Strong problem-solving, analytical, and communication skills are needed.

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Personal Computer Specialist Certificate

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This certificate option is designed to provide in-depth training in suite package software, operating systems, hardware, networking, and Internet/web page development. The graduate will be qualified for a variety of entry-level positions in a PC-oriented environment.

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Personal Computer Support, A.A.S.

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This associate degree program trains the student to troubleshoot software and hardware problems, implementing corrections where possible; to evaluate new software and hardware; to install hardware and software, including equipment assembly and diagnostics; and to assist in the development and presentation of training courses for users. The graduate will be qualified to provide support for personal computer users in a corporate environment.

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Personal Computer Technology and A+ Certificate

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This sequence is for students interested in A+ Certification or in learning what goes on "under the cover" of a modern IBM-type personal computer. Completers will learn how a PC works and will also be able to write specifications for PCs, perform routine maintenance and be able to troubleshoot and repair simple problems. It also covers all topics in the industry standard CompTIA A+ certification for computer professionals, and will help prepare students for the A+ certification examination.

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Technology Support Certificate

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The Technology Support Certificate serves as an "entry-career ladder" which provides a foundation for all Computer Information Technology programs and awards or other programs in related fields.

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Information Security Analyst

Information Security Certificate

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This certificate provides hands-on, in-depth training to meet industry demands and concerns in protecting critical information infrastructures against cyber threats. The graduate will be qualified for entry-level positions in a network environment dealing with security challenges.

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Healthcare Industry

Certified Nursing Assistant

Certified Nurses Aide Non-Credit Certificate

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A critical nursing shortage ensures immediate work for new graduates who have the skills and professionalism to take on this challenging but rewarding career. A CNA provides basic patient care and generally receives on the job training under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in the following settings:

Clinics
Hospitals
Nursing homes
Long-term care facilities
You will learn principles of infection control, communication techniques and the skills to safely care for people. This program follows the standards and curriculum provided by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services and prepares a student for and includes the TDADS Nurse Aide State Exam.

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Medical Sonographer

Computer Tomography Advanced Technical Certificate

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This program prepares the student to further their radiologic science career with a specialty in computed tomography. The CT technologist uses radiation to produce cross-sectional images of the patient which are used by the physician to make a diagnosis. For the vast majority of the diagnostic procedures, the CT technologist has total responsibility for the care and well-being of the patient and must be prepared to produce quality images with care and empathy.

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Dental Assistant

Dental Assisting Non-Credit Certificate

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The program is stimulating, fast-paced instruction that relies heavily on student participation. The course provides classroom instruction and basic clinical assisting skills. During your training, you will learn dental theory and terminology, the techniques of four-handed chairside procedures, exposing and processing dental radiographs or X-rays – including introduction to digital and panoramic radiology.

Instruction covers infection control standards, obtaining impressions of the oral cavity for the fabrication of study models and custom trays used for vital bleaching procedures, preparing dental material and fabrication of provisional coverage.

Students spend time assisting and observing in a practicing dental office.

The dental assisting program prepares students for the Texas certification in radiology, infection control and jurisprudence.

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Cardiovascular Technician

EKG Technician Non-Credit Certificate

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Electrocardiogram (EKG) tests are critical in helping doctors determine heart health problems in patients. EKGs check the electrical activity of the heart to access heart rhythm, rate, strength and timing. They can be used to check the heart’s general health and electrical activity, and to look for signs of heart disease, heart attack, effects of medication or causes of unexplained chest pain.

The course covers the fundamentals of cardiovascular anatomy and physiology. Students will also learn basic electrocardiography procedures, interpretation of basic dysrhythmias, and appropriate treatment modalities.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Health Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Health Information Technology (HIT) program is a 60-credit hour curriculum that prepares students to identify and use a variety of informational resources and technologies to effectively perform entry-level skills in health information positions. The program provides basic training in computers, health information content and management, quality improvement, coding and reimbursement, legal aspects of health information, and management of health care delivery systems.

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Medical Billing and Coding Non-Credit Certificate

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As a medical billing and coding specialist, you will review and process medical claims to make sure insurance companies properly reimburse doctors and hospitals. You will maintain detailed health care records using a formal coding system.

To do the job correctly, you will need to understand terminology for filing and appealing claims.

This program will prepare you for all those responsibilities by improving your computer and typing skills, your attention to detail and your organizational skills. It will also get you ready to find work in multiple areas, including hospitals, rehabilitation clinics, nursing homes and medical labs.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Technician Non-Credit Certificate

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Phlebotomy technicians work in hospitals, physician offices, group practices, independent laboratories, health maintenance organizations and public facilities.

Duties of a phlebotomy technician may include:

drawing blood
preparing specimens for storage or testing
assembling equipment
verifying patients’ records
A phlebotomist may also interview and screen donors at a blood bank.

The phlebotomist is a vital member of the clinical laboratory team, whose main function is to obtain patient’s blood specimens by venipuncture and micro collection.

They usually work under the supervision of medical technologists or laboratory managers.

Phlebotomists are employed throughout the health care system – hospitals, neighborhood health centers, medical group practices, HMOs, public health facilities, veterans’ hospitals, insurance carriers and in other health care settings.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapy Aide Non-Credit Certificate

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As a physical therapy aide, you will help patients work their way back to better health through a variety of therapy techniques.

In addition to such techniques as giving massages, electrical stimulation and paraffin baths, you will also record and report patients’ responses to treatment and outcomes to the physical therapists.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Sciences, A.A.S.

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This program prepares the student to become a professional radiologic technologist with a specialty in radiography. The radiographer uses radiation to produce internal images of the patient which are used by the physician to make a diagnosis. For the vast majority of diagnostic procedures, the radiographer has total responsibility for the care and well-being of the patient and must be prepared to produce quality images with care and empathy.

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Pharmacy Technician

Vascular Interventional Advanced Technical Certificate

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This program prepares the student to further their radiologic science career with a specialty in vascular interventional radiography. The VIR technologist uses radiation and advanced patient care skills to produce vascular images of the patient which are used by the physician to make a diagnosis. For the vast majority of the diagnostic procedures, the VIR technologist has total responsibility for the care and well-being of the patient and must be prepared to produce quality images with care and empathy.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Chassis Service Technician Certificate

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Electronics and Climate Controls Technician Certificate

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Students pursuing this certificate are waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards, but must meet course prerequisites. Complete at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by Dallas College.

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Engine Repair and Performance Technician Certificate

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Service Technician, A.A.S.

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The purpose of this program is to prepare students for entry level employment as an automotive technician. This program reflects a building-block approach from simple to complex and includes theory, diagnosis, repair and maintenance of automobiles, including late model vehicles with electronic systems. Emphasis is placed on operational theory, practical skills and accepted shop procedures.

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Transmission Service Technician Certificate

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Child Development/Early Childhood Education Certificate

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This certificate program provides general courses in early childhood for those wanting to increase their skills and knowledge for working with children.

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Child Development/Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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The Child Development program offers students an in-depth study of young children from birth to twelve years of age. Eastfield College provides a child development center the Children's Lab School of the Center for Child and Family Studies that offers lab opportunities for students. Brookhaven College has a Head Start Center on campus that is available for students as well as numerous off-campus locations for student lab experiences.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice Certificate

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This certificate is attached to the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Criminal Justice and provides the student the skills and academic requirements necessary to qualify for a law enforcement agency with a minimum 30 semester hour requirement.

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EMTs and Paramedics

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

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This award combines classroom teaching with supervised clinical and field experience for those seeking certification or license as a Paramedic with the Texas Department of Health Services.

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Emergency Medical Technician Basic Certificate

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This Level 1 Certificate combines classroom teaching with supervised clinical and field experience for those seeking certification as an Emergency Medical Technician - Basic with the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Upon successful completion of all course work for the certificate, the student is eligible to take the exam for registration as an Emergency Medical Technician - Basic through the National Registry of EMT. Upon successful completion of that examination, the student is eligible to apply for certification as an EMT-Basic in the State of Texas.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Graphic Design Non-Credit Certificate

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Graphic designers are a must in today’s marketplace. In this program, you will develop skills in:

visual communication
desktop publishing
web design
multimedia
Graphic design involves identity (logos and branding), websites, publications (newspapers, magazines, and books), advertisements and product packaging. Our program will give you a solid foundation to start a new career or enhance your knowledge in design principles, typography, layout and more.

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Visual Communications Certificate

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The one-year Visual Communications certificate provides basic knowledge about the visual communications industry. The curriculum is designed to familiarize students with design concepts, skills and tools and to provide training for the creative graphics and publishing software used in visual communication fields.

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Visual Communications, A.A.S.

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The Visual Communications program is designed to provide students with a foundation of knowledge, creative and technical skills required for the visual communications industry. The complete course of study provides for the development of creative, conceptual, technical, interpersonal, and communication skills necessary for entry-level positions. The Visual Communication Associate of Applied Science Degree is awarded for successful completion of a minimum of 60 credit hours that include a common core of academic courses and a selection of technical courses based on four areas of specialization. The degree is designed to be completed in two years. Each specialized track of study is described as follows:

Communication Design prepares students to enter the fields of graphic and Web design, advertising art, desktop publishing, and print production. This track emphasizes concept development as well as technical skills.

Web Design prepares students for a career in Web design, interface design, and design for applications in e-commerce. This track focuses on visual presentation of Web sites, including concept development, page design, and preparation of graphics and images as well as technical skills required in Web page construction.

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Web Design and Graphics Certificate

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This curriculum is designed to provide the skills necessary for an entry-level position as a Web Designer. Emphasis is upon the visual presentation of websites including concept development, page and navigation design and the preparation of graphics and images as well as the technical skills and software applications required in web page construction.

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Information Technology

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

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