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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice With Police Academy Option, A.A.S.

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The one-year program at EGCC will prepare the student to take the required Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certification test to qualify as a police officer in the state of Ohio. The one- year (two semester) program, which consists of 33 credit hours of instruction, hands on training and physical conditioning, exceeds the minimum OPOTC curriculum requirements. Classes are scheduled Monday–Friday for 4 or 5 evening hours from 5–10 PM OR 5:30-9:30 PM with some weekend sessions. YOUR FIRST STEP is to complete the online enrollment and FAFSA application. If you plan to pursuit financial aid, you MUST have your high school transcript and any college transcripts sent to EGCC.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The field of criminal justice is never static. Changes in national and global society and technology have the collateral effect of altering the manner in which the justice system operates. Employment in criminal justice not only requires an individual to know how to perform duties but a further understanding of why these endeavors are necessary and what the anticipated outcomes are to accomplish is imperative.

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Police Academy

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The one year certificate program will prepare the student to take the required Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certification test to qualify as a police officer in the state of Ohio. The one year program, which consists of 34 credit hours of instruction, hands on training and physical conditioning, exceeds the minimum OPOTC curriculum requirements. Classes are scheduled Monday–Friday from 5–10:30 p.m. with some weekend sessions. Students must attend a mandatory orientation prior to the beginning of the semester.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice With Police Academy Option, A.A.S.

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The one-year program at EGCC will prepare the student to take the required Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certification test to qualify as a police officer in the state of Ohio. The one- year (two semester) program, which consists of 33 credit hours of instruction, hands on training and physical conditioning, exceeds the minimum OPOTC curriculum requirements. Classes are scheduled Monday–Friday for 4 or 5 evening hours from 5–10 PM OR 5:30-9:30 PM with some weekend sessions. YOUR FIRST STEP is to complete the online enrollment and FAFSA application. If you plan to pursuit financial aid, you MUST have your high school transcript and any college transcripts sent to EGCC.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The field of criminal justice is never static. Changes in national and global society and technology have the collateral effect of altering the manner in which the justice system operates. Employment in criminal justice not only requires an individual to know how to perform duties but a further understanding of why these endeavors are necessary and what the anticipated outcomes are to accomplish is imperative.

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Police Academy

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The one year certificate program will prepare the student to take the required Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certification test to qualify as a police officer in the state of Ohio. The one year program, which consists of 34 credit hours of instruction, hands on training and physical conditioning, exceeds the minimum OPOTC curriculum requirements. Classes are scheduled Monday–Friday from 5–10:30 p.m. with some weekend sessions. Students must attend a mandatory orientation prior to the beginning of the semester.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice With Police Academy Option, A.A.S.

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The one-year program at EGCC will prepare the student to take the required Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certification test to qualify as a police officer in the state of Ohio. The one- year (two semester) program, which consists of 33 credit hours of instruction, hands on training and physical conditioning, exceeds the minimum OPOTC curriculum requirements. Classes are scheduled Monday–Friday for 4 or 5 evening hours from 5–10 PM OR 5:30-9:30 PM with some weekend sessions. YOUR FIRST STEP is to complete the online enrollment and FAFSA application. If you plan to pursuit financial aid, you MUST have your high school transcript and any college transcripts sent to EGCC.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The field of criminal justice is never static. Changes in national and global society and technology have the collateral effect of altering the manner in which the justice system operates. Employment in criminal justice not only requires an individual to know how to perform duties but a further understanding of why these endeavors are necessary and what the anticipated outcomes are to accomplish is imperative.

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Police Academy

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The one year certificate program will prepare the student to take the required Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certification test to qualify as a police officer in the state of Ohio. The one year program, which consists of 34 credit hours of instruction, hands on training and physical conditioning, exceeds the minimum OPOTC curriculum requirements. Classes are scheduled Monday–Friday from 5–10:30 p.m. with some weekend sessions. Students must attend a mandatory orientation prior to the beginning of the semester.

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Firefighter

Fire Science, A.A.S.

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The Fire Science Program is designed to provide entry level and advanced education for those students seeking a career in fire and emergency services, as well as current practitioners seeking career advancement. Students completing the Fire Science Program will earn an Associate Degree. The program is delivered through an on-line modality, offering maximum flexibility and access, and explores topics such as, building construction, incident mitigation practices, fire behavior, fire prevention, incident command and control, and firefighter health and safety. The program provides additional areas of study such as written communications, sociology, and organizational behavior to ensure students are prepared for success in the contemporary fire and emergency services.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal

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The Paralegal Program is designed to prepare students for employment in a law environment in both public and private sectors. The paralegal graduate will be performing legal preparations, such as closings, hearings, trials, and corporate meetings. Other duties include the gathering of relevant facts of cases, identifying appropriate laws and decisions, organizing information, and preparing legal arguments. Paralegals work in government agencies, law firms, corporations, real estate firms, as well as non-profit organizations. The demand for paralegal professionals is expected to increase by more than 50% over the next ten years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Paralegal, A.A.B.

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The Paralegal Program is designed to prepare students for employment in a law environment in both public and private sectors. The paralegal graduate will be performing legal preparations, such as closings, hearings, trials, and corporate meetings. Other duties include the gathering of relevant facts of cases, identifying appropriate laws and decisions, organizing information, and preparing legal arguments. Paralegals work in government agencies, law firms, corporations, real estate firms, as well as non-profit organizations. The demand for paralegal professionals is expected to increase by more than 50% over the next ten years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Paramedic

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The Emergency Medical Services Technology Program offers an opportunity to enroll in courses leading to certification as Paramedic.

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Preschool Teacher

Prekindergarten Care and Education, A.A.S.

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The Prekindergarten Care and Education Program is designed to provide the educational background needed for graduates to pursue careers in preschool/childcare centers, and to meet state licensing requirements for an administrator as specified by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Licensing Rules, #5101:2-12-25. The practicum will include placement in an infant/toddler or social service agency.

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Teacher Education, A.A.

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The Teacher Education Program is designed to provide graduates the educational background needed to pursue careers in childcare centers, preschools, elementary, middle and secondary schools. Graduates of the Teacher Education Program will meet the licensing requirements for an administrator as specified by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Licensing rule. Candidates will be eligible to obtain an Educational Paraprofessional or Early Childhood Associate License from the Ohio Department of Education. Candidates will also have the applicable educational background to transfer into baccalaureate programs in Early Childhood (PK-3), Middle Childhood (4-9), Secondary (10-12), or Intervention Specialist (Special Education).

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Social Services Assistant

Social Work, A.A.S.

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The Social Work Program is designed to provide the educational background necessary to enable graduates to pursue further education earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, or the graduate may stop with an Associate’s degree assisting Licensed Social Workers. Students who graduate with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Social Work may work as social work assistants, depending on state criteria and requirements. The curriculum at EGCC is similar to the first two years of institutions offering a Bachelor of Science or Arts degree curriculum in many colleges and/or universities. Social Workers typically work with children, adults, families, correction facilities, probation departments, mental health facilities and many other social service-type agencies. One is not a social worker with only an Associate’s Degree, but one may assist social workers who are involved in assessment, referral, initial screening, helping with case management, outreach, prevention services and community programs or development. Some states allow people with an Associate’s Degree to get registered in the state as social work assistants. Ohio allows for registered social work assistants.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Assistant

Dental Assisting

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A dental assistant works in a variety of office situations, both specialty and general practice, or in a dental clinic, hospital or in the armed forces, performing office and clinical assisting duties. Duties can include: assisting the dentist with examinations and fillings; preparing instruments; exposing radiographs; maintaining infection control; performing laboratory procedures; and performing reception and office management procedures.

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Dental Assisting, A.A.S.

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A dental assistant works in a variety of office situations, both specialty and general practice, or in a dental clinic, hospital or in the armed forces, performing office and clinical assisting duties. Duties can include: assisting the dentist with examinations and fillings; preparing instruments; exposing radiographs; maintaining infection control; performing laboratory procedures; and performing reception and office management procedures.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting

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The medical assistant performs a variety of administrative duties dependent upon the physician’s practice and unique office requirements. The duties may include acting as a secretary, bookkeeper, and receptionist; answering incoming calls; receiving mail; greeting patients; handling correspondence and filing; arranging for laboratory and X-ray procedures or hospital admissions; taking histories; and maintaining patient records, accounts and billing.

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Medical Coding

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The Medical Coding Specialist certificate program prepares an individual to assign numerical codes to diagnoses, symptoms, and operative (surgical and invasive) procedures using the ICD-10-CM/PCS (International Classification of Disease – 10th Revision, Clinical Modification and Procedure Coding System)

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing prepares students for the registered nurse profession. The curriculum is designed to meet the health care needs of the 21st century. The curriculum focuses on the registered nurse ‘s role in the community, hospital, long term care, clinics, and home health care. Graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered nurses (NCLEX-RN).

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Practical Nursing

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The one-year certificate in practical nursing is designed to meet the need in nursing services for a worker who will share in direct patient care. The program graduate is prepared to give safe, competent nursing care within a select range of patient care situations at the direction of the registered nurse and/or licensed physician.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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A radiologic technologist or radiographer assists a radiologist (M.D.) in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disease and injury through the use of X-rays in hospitals, clinics, and other health agencies. Knowledge of human anatomy is essential to correctly position a patient in order to obtain accurate radiographs. An understanding of radiation exposure (proper voltage, current, exposure time, and equipment) is necessary to obtain quality results and ensure the safety of both patient and technologist. Continuous standing, equipment manipulation, lifting of non-ambulatory patients, and effective communication skills are required to work proficiently, often in an emergency situation.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapy, A.A.S.

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The Respiratory Therapy Program is designed to prepare graduates to participate in patient assessment, perform diagnostic testing, administer therapeutic treatments, maintain patient ventilation through mechanical support, and participate in the rehabilitation of patients with pulmonary disease. Students and graduates will participate in the treatment and care of patients of every age in a variety of locations. This profession requires an ability to interact and communicate effectively with patients and other health professionals. The respiratory therapist must be able to establish and maintain a rapport with patients, demonstrate an ability to work with mechanical systems, and work with others as part of the health care team.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Drafting/Design, A.A.S.

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The drafting/design technician’s primary responsibilities are to convert technical ideas into graphic form, either manually or by computer-aided drafting (CAD). They normally prepare drawings from sketches and instructions furnished by designers, engineers and scientists for engineering concerns, manufacturers, architects and the government.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electrical/Electronics, A.A.S.

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The Electrical/Electronics Program is designed to provide a solid foundation in the principles of electricity. Beginning with basic electricity fundamentals, students move gradually to learn the theory of operations of electric machines commonly used in the industry. Students develop the practical skills needed to work with electrical machinery, electric and electronic machine control devices, and other electronic equipment. The course work includes theory and lab experience in troubleshooting, circuitry, industrial electronics, and electrical machinery practices, as well as programmable logic control (PLC). The program prepares students for positions in industry such as electrical technician, electronics technician, or field service technicians.

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Electrician

Electrical/Electronics, A.A.S.

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The Electrical/Electronics Program is designed to provide a solid foundation in the principles of electricity. Beginning with basic electricity fundamentals, students move gradually to learn the theory of operations of electric machines commonly used in the industry. Students develop the practical skills needed to work with electrical machinery, electric and electronic machine control devices, and other electronic equipment. The course work includes theory and lab experience in troubleshooting, circuitry, industrial electronics, and electrical machinery practices, as well as programmable logic control (PLC). The program prepares students for positions in industry such as electrical technician, electronics technician, or field service technicians.

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Welder

Welding/Advanced Welding

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The welding degree program is designed to provide students with sufficient knowledge and skills necessary to become a successful pipe welder. Content will cover v-groove welds in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions on both plate and pipe steel. Theory will be augmented with hands-on laboratory instructions.

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Welding/Advanced Welding, A.A.S.

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The welding degree program is designed to provide students with sufficient knowledge and skills necessary to become a successful pipe welder. Content will cover v-groove welds in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions on both plate and pipe steel. Theory will be augmented with hands-on laboratory instructions.

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Metal Fabricator

Welding/Advanced Welding

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The welding degree program is designed to provide students with sufficient knowledge and skills necessary to become a successful pipe welder. Content will cover v-groove welds in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions on both plate and pipe steel. Theory will be augmented with hands-on laboratory instructions.

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Welding/Advanced Welding, A.A.S.

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The welding degree program is designed to provide students with sufficient knowledge and skills necessary to become a successful pipe welder. Content will cover v-groove welds in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions on both plate and pipe steel. Theory will be augmented with hands-on laboratory instructions.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro Mechanical Engineering, A.T.S.

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This program emphasizes those skills required by the highly competitive field of electro-mechanical technology. At the completion of the program, graduates will be engaged in designing, manufacturing, inspecting, operating, and maintaining various types of electro-mechanical systems. Within the mechanical component, manufacturing processes such as CNC and design aspects are emphasized. Within the electrical component, skills are developed in circuits, AC/DC machinery, and industrial programmable controller applications.

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Mechanical Engineering Technology, A.A.S

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At the completion of the program, graduates will be engaged in designing, manufacturing, testing and developing, inspecting, operating, troubleshooting, and maintaining mechanical equipment and systems. The mechanical engineering technician can be called upon to develop and modify engineering drawings. The graduate will apply the principles of strength of materials, testing and inspecting of components in various stages of manufacturing, testing and calibrating of measuring instruments, determining material specifications, preparing lists of materials and determining cost requirements to satisfy company, government or other contract requirements. The skills acquired through this program also will enable the graduates to perform other tasks in various fields of engineering.

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Machinist

Machining, A.A.S.

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The Machining Technology Program prepares individuals to set up and operate a variety of computer-controlled and mechanically-controlled machine tools to produce precision metal parts, instruments and tools.

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Energy Industry

Solar Energy Technician

Environmental Science, A.A.S.

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The Environmental Science Program, leading to an Associate of Science Degree, is designed for the student desiring entry level positions in environmental science, green collar jobs, natural resources, resource management, or for those students transferring to a four-year institution with the desire to complete a Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Science. Completed course work also may lead to other fields in biological sciences. Field work, an internship and a portfolio of the student’s work will be required for completion of the Associate of Science Degree in Environmental Science.

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Information Technology Industry

Systems Analyst

Information Technology, A.T.S.

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The information technology associate degree provides a comprehensive understanding of various areas of IT including computer hardware, operating systems, and networking. Student will gain the skills needed to set up and manage high performance computer networks using the latest networking tools including TCP/IP, security firewalls, internet services and more. Students will also receive training in a variety of current technologies including Cisco and Microsoft. Hands-on experience is provided through computer simulations. The degree can also help students prepare for the A+, Microsoft Modern Desktop Administrator Associate , Security+ and Linux+ certifications.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design, A.A.B.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design combines the study of web design, Internet technologies, digital animation, graphics, and computer programming with written and oral communication skills, graphic arts, and business knowledge to prepare students for careers in information technology, entrepreneurial opportunities, or transfer to a bachelor’s degree. Students who complete the required coursework earn the Associate of Applied Business degree.

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Data Security Management

Information Technology, A.T.S.

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The information technology associate degree provides a comprehensive understanding of various areas of IT including computer hardware, operating systems, and networking. Student will gain the skills needed to set up and manage high performance computer networks using the latest networking tools including TCP/IP, security firewalls, internet services and more. Students will also receive training in a variety of current technologies including Cisco and Microsoft. Hands-on experience is provided through computer simulations. The degree can also help students prepare for the A+, Microsoft Modern Desktop Administrator Associate , Security+ and Linux+ certifications.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design, A.A.B.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design combines the study of web design, Internet technologies, digital animation, graphics, and computer programming with written and oral communication skills, graphic arts, and business knowledge to prepare students for careers in information technology, entrepreneurial opportunities, or transfer to a bachelor’s degree. Students who complete the required coursework earn the Associate of Applied Business degree.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Information Technology, A.T.S.

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The information technology associate degree provides a comprehensive understanding of various areas of IT including computer hardware, operating systems, and networking. Student will gain the skills needed to set up and manage high performance computer networks using the latest networking tools including TCP/IP, security firewalls, internet services and more. Students will also receive training in a variety of current technologies including Cisco and Microsoft. Hands-on experience is provided through computer simulations. The degree can also help students prepare for the A+, Microsoft Modern Desktop Administrator Associate , Security+ and Linux+ certifications.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design, A.A.B.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design combines the study of web design, Internet technologies, digital animation, graphics, and computer programming with written and oral communication skills, graphic arts, and business knowledge to prepare students for careers in information technology, entrepreneurial opportunities, or transfer to a bachelor’s degree. Students who complete the required coursework earn the Associate of Applied Business degree.

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Database Administrator

Information Technology, A.T.S.

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The information technology associate degree provides a comprehensive understanding of various areas of IT including computer hardware, operating systems, and networking. Student will gain the skills needed to set up and manage high performance computer networks using the latest networking tools including TCP/IP, security firewalls, internet services and more. Students will also receive training in a variety of current technologies including Cisco and Microsoft. Hands-on experience is provided through computer simulations. The degree can also help students prepare for the A+, Microsoft Modern Desktop Administrator Associate , Security+ and Linux+ certifications.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design, A.A.B.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design combines the study of web design, Internet technologies, digital animation, graphics, and computer programming with written and oral communication skills, graphic arts, and business knowledge to prepare students for careers in information technology, entrepreneurial opportunities, or transfer to a bachelor’s degree. Students who complete the required coursework earn the Associate of Applied Business degree.

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Software Developer

Information Technology, A.T.S.

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The information technology associate degree provides a comprehensive understanding of various areas of IT including computer hardware, operating systems, and networking. Student will gain the skills needed to set up and manage high performance computer networks using the latest networking tools including TCP/IP, security firewalls, internet services and more. Students will also receive training in a variety of current technologies including Cisco and Microsoft. Hands-on experience is provided through computer simulations. The degree can also help students prepare for the A+, Microsoft Modern Desktop Administrator Associate , Security+ and Linux+ certifications.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design, A.A.B.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design combines the study of web design, Internet technologies, digital animation, graphics, and computer programming with written and oral communication skills, graphic arts, and business knowledge to prepare students for careers in information technology, entrepreneurial opportunities, or transfer to a bachelor’s degree. Students who complete the required coursework earn the Associate of Applied Business degree.

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Programmable Logic Controllers

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This certificate program is designed to allow the student to gain extensive knowledge about programming and troubleshooting Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) in an industrial environment. PLCs are widely used to control industrial machinery, digital displays and circuitry, and sensors. Once they are linked together, they can share resources and information. Writing, documenting, storing, printing, editing and debugging ladder logic programs are essential to the operation of factories, steel plants and other manufacturing facilities. Technicians who can utilize advanced PLC programming techniques and instructions are in demand as industry updates the control process.

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IT Support Specialist

Information Technology, A.T.S.

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The information technology associate degree provides a comprehensive understanding of various areas of IT including computer hardware, operating systems, and networking. Student will gain the skills needed to set up and manage high performance computer networks using the latest networking tools including TCP/IP, security firewalls, internet services and more. Students will also receive training in a variety of current technologies including Cisco and Microsoft. Hands-on experience is provided through computer simulations. The degree can also help students prepare for the A+, Microsoft Modern Desktop Administrator Associate , Security+ and Linux+ certifications.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design, A.A.B.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design combines the study of web design, Internet technologies, digital animation, graphics, and computer programming with written and oral communication skills, graphic arts, and business knowledge to prepare students for careers in information technology, entrepreneurial opportunities, or transfer to a bachelor’s degree. Students who complete the required coursework earn the Associate of Applied Business degree.

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Communications Industry

Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design, A.A.B.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design combines the study of web design, Internet technologies, digital animation, graphics, and computer programming with written and oral communication skills, graphic arts, and business knowledge to prepare students for careers in information technology, entrepreneurial opportunities, or transfer to a bachelor’s degree. Students who complete the required coursework earn the Associate of Applied Business degree.

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Graphic Designer

Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design, A.A.B.

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Internet and Interactive Digital Media Design combines the study of web design, Internet technologies, digital animation, graphics, and computer programming with written and oral communication skills, graphic arts, and business knowledge to prepare students for careers in information technology, entrepreneurial opportunities, or transfer to a bachelor’s degree. Students who complete the required coursework earn the Associate of Applied Business degree.

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