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Business Industry

Bookkeeper

Accounting - Enrolled Agent Certificate

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The Accounting-Enrolled Agent certificate is designed to prepare students for the Enrolled Agent (EA) exam. EAs are federally licensed tax practitioners who may represent taxpayers before the IRS when it comes to collections, audits, and appeals. Additionally, the program provides students with the skills needed to work professionally with individuals and businesses for strategic tax planning, tax preparation, and accounting services.

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Business AAS

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The Business AAS prepares students with the skills, work habits, and knowledge they need to pursue employment in the field of business. The program familiarizes students with major subject areas of business to develop skills in business behavior and ethics, human relations and communications, management, problem solving, and accounting. The program also provides skill development in technology electronic communications, and internet research and resources.

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Business AS

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The Business AS program is designed to provide a foundation for students who wish to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree at a four-year college or university, or who intend to directly enter the workforce. The program is designed to give students the opportunity to participate in various activities that present fundamental principles and ethical dilemmas associated with the formation and management of a business enterprise. The program transitions seamlessly to the online business administration program or other on-campus programs at the University of Wyoming. It is also designed to transfer to other business programs in our region.

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Business Certificate

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The Business Certificate gives students a general background for a career in business. Students will learn about business concepts, interpersonal communications, accounting, and computer applications. Students will be able to use their general business knowledge in careers in business and industry.

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Healthcare Industry

Vet Technician

Animal Science AS

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The Associate of Science in Animal Science is an agricultural degree that allows students to gain knowledge and experience in this multi-disciplinary field. Students build upon a foundation of science with hands-on, practical animal science courses in their area of interest.

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Farrier Science Certificate

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Farrier Science Certificate of Completion will provide training in sound principles and applications of farrier science. Students will develop knowledge and skills in the current techniques required to maintain horse hoof and leg health. A fundamental understanding of horse anatomy and physiology will be applied throughout the program. Upon completion of the certificate, students will be prepared as entry-level farriers and encouraged to complete the American Farrier Association's (AFA) Farrier Classification examination.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Athletic Training AS

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This program is designed to provide students with the first two years of the required curriculum for a bachelor's of science degree in Athletic Training. Students develop an understanding of the principles and fundamentals of the athletic training field. Students also develop skills in care and prevention techniques as well as have basic exposure to therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation. The athletic training program articulates with the University of Montana and Montana State University - Billings. Upon completion of the two year degree, students may apply to either program at UM or MSU-B and enter as a Junior.

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Exercise Science AS

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The Exercise Science AS program is designed for students who are interested in pursuing a career in a health or fitness related field. Students study the scientific aspects of exercise and fitness by being exposed to courses involving methods of training and conditioning, fitness assessment, injury prevention, and nutrition. This program provides the necessary foundation of knowledge for students wishing to transfer to a four-year institution to further their studies in fitness, health promotion, fitness assessment and exercise prescription, physical or occupational therapy, and other exercise science sub disciplines.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene AAS

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The Dental Hygiene program is ADA CODA accredited awarding an associate of applied science degree preceded by prerequisite coursework. The program has an agreement with University of Wyoming for a Bachelor of Science degree in dental hygiene upon completion of upper division courses.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Health Science AS

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The Health Science AS degree is the recommended course of study for those who wish to pursue a career in healthcare. The program is designed to provide students with a broad general education, as well as an introduction to a variety of healthcare related areas. The Health Science AS degree is a good choice for the following: Students preparing for application to the Dental Hygiene or Nursing Programs. Massage therapy certificate students who are seeking to complete an Associate degree. General health science students seeking transfer to a four-year

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing ADN

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The NWCCD Nursing Program is an intense, 2-year course of study. This program allows students to complete an Associate Degree in Nursing, gain RN licensure and employment, and transition seamlessly to the University of Wyoming for their senior year completion of a bachelor's degree. The curriculum is part of the statewide nursing curriculum known as Revolutionizing Nursing Education in Wyoming (ReNEW). ReNEW is designed as a baccalaureate curriculum with an ADN benchmark, allowing students to sit for the NCLEX-RN (licensure exam) at the completion of the fourth semester.

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Practical Nursing Certificate

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The NWCCD Nursing Program offers an optional Practical Nursing certificate. Upon successful completion of the first year, students will have the option to earn the practical nursing certificate. Students who earn this certificate are eligible to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN).

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Construction Industry

Carpenter

Carpentry Apprenticeship Certificate

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The Carpentry Apprenticeship Program provides educational components for the Sheridan area state-approved Carpentry Apprenticeship that complements the 2000-hour-per-year, working component needed to meet the yearly requirements set by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, Department of labor, Cheyenne, Wyoming, for apprentices to become eligible to sit for the journeyman's exam.

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Construction Technology AAS

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The Construction Technology AAS Program emphasizes the hands-on facets of the industry as well as drafting and management skills. The program prepares students for entry-level positions in occupations related to the design and construction of buildings. Students develop skills and technical knowledge that apply to field work and construction management practices; with these skills students are prepared for entry-level employment or job advancement within the industry.

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Construction Technology Certificate

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The Construction Technology Certificate Program emphasizes the hands-on facets of the industry as well as drafting and management skills. The program prepares students for entry-level positions in occupations related to the design and construction of buildings. Students develop skills and technical knowledge that apply to the field work and construction management practices; with these skills students are prepared for entry-level employment or may continue in the AAS program for job advancement within the industry.

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Electrician

Electrical Apprenticeship Certificate

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The Electrical Apprenticeship Certificate Program fulfills the State of Wyoming and Department of Labor (DOL) Office of Apprenticeship educational requirements for registered apprentice electricians. The program is intended for apprentice electricians who have been registered with the State of Wyoming by their employer. The coursework emphasizes the National Electrical Code (NEC) and prepares apprentice electricians to pass the Journeyman Electrician licensing exam at the conclusion of their four year apprenticeship. The program is designed to be completed during a four year (8,000 hour) working apprenticeship. Courses are offered in the evening to accommodate the apprentice's work schedule.

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HVAC Technician

HVAC Apprenticeship Certificate

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The HVAC Apprenticeship Certificate at Sheridan College provides a combination of online and laboratory educational components. This program meets the state-approved HVAC Apprenticeship educational guidelines that complement the 2000-hour-per-year, working component needed to meet the yearly requirements set by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, Wyoming Department of Labor, for apprentices to become eligible to sit for the journeyman's exam.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Surveying Technology AAS

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The Surveying Technology AAS is a collaborative program with the University of Wyoming. The curriculum emphasizes drafting, field computations, survey law and legal applications, as well as provides a general education towards the completion of an associate's degree. Upper-level surveying courses are offered through the UW's Outreach program as part of UW's Certificate in Cadastral Surveying. UW's courses articulate with the NWCCD program to meet degree requirements.

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Welder

Welding AAS

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The Welding Technology Program at NWCCD prepares students for work in the field of welding technology. In addition to gaining an overall understanding of welding machines, weld processes and hands-on proficiency, students develop skills in the areas of print reading, welding symbols, weld inspection, destructive and non-destructive testing, and computer-aided drafting. Students gain important knowledge and skills necessary to prepare them for weld qualification to code specifications. Students perform quality welds and cuts, evaluate welds to industry standards, operate metal fabricating equipment and apply communication skills in the work environment.

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Welding Certificate

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The NWCCD Welding Certificate program prepares students for entry-level work in welding. In addition to gaining an overall understanding of welding machines, weld processes and hands-on proficiency, students develop skills in the areas of print reading, welding symbols, weld inspection, and destructive and non-destructive testing. Students also gain important knowledge and skills necessary to prepare them for weld qualification. The Certificate program transitions seamlessly to the AAS degree program without loss of credit or time.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Networking Administration AAS

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The Computer Networking Administration AAS Program prepares students for technical roles in various fields of information technology. Successful completion of this program prepares students for recognized certifications such as the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), the CompTIA A+, Linux +, Cloud + and the Microsoft Client and Server exams. Additionally, students learn to use various scripting tools, structured query language (SQL) and gain an appreciation for their role in security of systems. Students also develop speaking and writing skills, allowing them to more effectively communicate with colleagues and employers.

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Software Developer

Computer Science AS

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The Associate of Science in Computer Science (CS) program combines practical experience with current programming languages, together with a theoretical background in computer science. The program covers instruction in the principles of computational science, computing theory, and programming. Students are provided a foundation to then complete their baccalaureate degree at a four-year institution in the many specialized concentrations of computer science.

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Software Development AS

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The Associate of Science in Software Development program combines practical experience with current programming languages, tools, and processes in the field of computer science. The course covers a wide range of topics that are sought after by employers including programming for web applications using languages such as Python, HTML and JavaScript, Databases, Mobile, DevOps, and Security. The program incorporates working with real clients from industry on exciting, team-based projects that bring together the knowledge and skills acquired during the program.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Science Pathway Certificate

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The Computer Science Teaching Certificate is designed for teachers seeking a Wyoming PTSB Computer Science endorsement. The program focuses on the topics, tools and best practices needed to teach computer science in grades 6-12. The sequence of classes selected allow teachers to gain the competencies they need to support a variety of computer science classes. Those completing the program take with them both knowledge and a set of easy-to-use instructional tools for their classrooms.

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IT Support Technician Certificate

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IT Support Technician certificate prepares students for entry-level support positions through the introduction of basic hardware, software, security and networking concepts. Throughout the program students learn the foundational concepts that prepare them to take up to 5 certification exams including: CompTIA's A+, Linux + and Networking + exams and various Microsoft Windows and Server certifications.

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Data Security Management

Cyber Security AAS

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The Cyber Security AAS Program prepares students for a career in computer network and Internet security. The program prepares students to develop information security strategies, perform risk analysis, install security software, monitor network traffic and develop an emergency response plan. It provides background and hands-on experience in securing MS Windows, Unix/Linux, Cisco, networks, servers, and clients, and the enterprise network. The courses maps to the following available certifications: Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Security Fundamentals, CompTIA Security+, International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, Inc. (ISC)2 CISSP and Cisco CCNA Security. Students also develop speaking and writing skills, allowing them to more effectively communicate with colleagues and employers.

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Cyber Security Certificate

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The Cyber Security Certificate Program is intended for students who have achieved or working on the Computer Network Administration AAS or IT professionals already working in the field. The program provides students with the core skills required to take a lead role in information security within an organization. Students will be able to identify risks, threats, and vulnerabilities to a computer system. They will acquire the skills to isolate these threats and fortify or harden computer systems, software, and the physical sites. Students will also develop working knowledge of the various laws governing the computer security area and how compliance can be affected. The programs maps to the following available certifications: Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Security Fundamentals, CompTIA Security+, Cisco CCNA Security and in part to the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, Inc. (ISC)2 CISSP. The certificate is designed for a seamless transition into the Cyber Security AAS program or an additional credential for a Computer Networking Administration AAS student.

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Public Service Industry

Police Officer

Criminal Justice AA

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The Criminal Justice AA program is designed to serve in-service criminal justice practitioners, pre-service students who desire immediate employment after graduation, students who wish to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, and those interested in criminal justice related topics. It is designed primarily for transfer to a four-year institution.

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Criminal Justice AS

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The Criminal Justice AS program is designed to serve in-service criminal justice practitioners, pre-service students who desire immediate employment after graduation, students who wish to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, and those interested in criminal justice related topics. It is designed primarily for transfer to a four-year institution.

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Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement AAS

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The Criminal Justice Law Enforcement AAS program is designed to serve in-service peace officers and pre-service students wanting to become peace officers. The study of the activities of the agencies responsible for maintaining public order and enforcing the law, particularly the activities of prevention, detection, and investigation of crime and the apprehension of criminals. The role of a police officer as a crisis manager is explored as a critical piece of the criminal justice system.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education Certificate

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The NWCCD Early Childhood Education Certificate program is designed to enhance prospective and current early childhood teachers' knowledge, experience, and competence in the early childhood education field. The program aligns with the national Child Development Associate (CDA) credential and the WY Early Childhood Apprentice Program. The program provides theoretical foundations, practical applications, and field experiences in childcare, preschool, and early elementary school settings. The NWCCD Early Childhood Certificate program prepares professionals to successfully work with diverse children and families and promote high quality programming for children from birth through eight years. Successful completion of this program will enable students to meet the entry level requirements for employment in an early childhood care and education setting.

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Teacher Assistant

Elementary Education AS

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The Elementary Education AS Program is designed to provide the initial foundation for preparing qualified teachers and related personnel for elementary schools. The program enables students to assess interest, aptitude and capabilities for a career in education. The program prepares students to transfer to a Baccalaureate program.

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Social Services Assistant

Human Services AA

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The Human Services AA offers three area of concentration: Social Work preparatory, Addictions Practitioner, and Public Health. Students may use this Associates degree to find employment opportunities in day-care centers, mental health centers, school systems, adult care facilities, substance abuse centers, facilities for the developmentally disabled, or any mental health service or organization.

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Human Services Certificate of Completion

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The Human Services certificate is designed to prepare students for employment opportunities in group homes and halfway houses; correctional, intellectual disability, and community mental health centers; family, child, and youth service agencies, and programs concerned with alcoholism, drug abuse, family violence, and aging.

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Social Science AA

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The Social Science program at NWCCD provides students with core knowledge in anthropology, sociology, and psychology. This multidisciplinary program is designed to meet the complex curricular interests of students who may not achieve their professional goals through study in a single discipline. Students are introduced to the foundational concepts in social science and are prepared for advanced study at a 4-year institution.

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Environmental Field Technician

Plant Science AS

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The Plant Sciences AS degree engages students in the study of the relationships between plants, soils, insects, animals and humans. Students will learn the science and cultural practices necessary for successful crop production, landscape management and restoration. This degree will prepare students to pursue a career or transfer degree in horticulture, agroecology, agronomy, weed science, restoration ecology or related disciplines.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts and Hospitality Foundations Certificate

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The Culinary Arts and Hospitality Basics Certificate Program is designed to prepare students for immediate entry level placement in the field of Culinary Arts and Hospitality. The coursework reflects real world techniques and ideas along with providing the students with tools and knowledge to be successful in the field. The basics of cooking are covered in addition to general management skills. This program transitions seamlessly into the Hospitality and Tourism Management AAS program.

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Hospitality and Tourism Management AAS

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The Sheridan College Hospitality and Tourism Management AAS program builds on basic skills developed in the certificate programs, preparing students for supervisory and management positions in hospitality and tourism industries. In addition to overseeing daily functions, hospitality/tourism managers are involved in purchasing, finance, human resources, event planning, marketing, and operations. If you like working with people and want to be part of the fast-growing industry, the Hospitality and Tourism Management AAS program at Sheridan College will provide you with the training you need to jump start your career.

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Food Service Manager

Food Service Inspector

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This certificate program will allow students to fulfill the required qualifications for a USDA Food Inspector at the GS-5 level. One year of specialized experience demonstrating knowledge, judgement, interpretative ability and technical skill is required and once the student passes a written exam issued by the USDA, they are employable as a federal inspector. Emphasis and experience will be in a meat processing facility.

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Hospitality and Tourism Leadership Certificate

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The Sheridan College Hospitality and Tourism Leadership Certificate prepares students for mid-level supervisor, management and leadership positions within the hospitality and tourism industry. Students will acquire the knowledge and practical skills for managing tourism, hospitality and travel-related enterprises related to events, conventions and/or tour services. The certificate prepares individuals for assessing cost benefit analysis, the development of industry operations and procedures, to apply tourism marketing and promotion strategies, and apply industry legal practices. The certificate program may be completed in two semesters and prepares students for a second year of instruction, advancing in an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree. Our highly qualified instructional staff share valuable industry experience with students and work closely with each student in advising and guiding them in achieving their educational and career goals.

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Hospitality and Tourism Management AAS

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The Sheridan College Hospitality and Tourism Management AAS program builds on basic skills developed in the certificate programs, preparing students for supervisory and management positions in hospitality and tourism industries. In addition to overseeing daily functions, hospitality/tourism managers are involved in purchasing, finance, human resources, event planning, marketing, and operations. If you like working with people and want to be part of the fast-growing industry, the Hospitality and Tourism Management AAS program at Sheridan College will provide you with the training you need to jump start your career.

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Kitchen Manager

Hospitality and Tourism Leadership Certificate

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The Sheridan College Hospitality and Tourism Leadership Certificate prepares students for mid-level supervisor, management and leadership positions within the hospitality and tourism industry. Students will acquire the knowledge and practical skills for managing tourism, hospitality and travel-related enterprises related to events, conventions and/or tour services. The certificate prepares individuals for assessing cost benefit analysis, the development of industry operations and procedures, to apply tourism marketing and promotion strategies, and apply industry legal practices. The certificate program may be completed in two semesters and prepares students for a second year of instruction, advancing in an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree. Our highly qualified instructional staff share valuable industry experience with students and work closely with each student in advising and guiding them in achieving their educational and career goals.

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Hospitality and Tourism Management AAS

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The Sheridan College Hospitality and Tourism Management AAS program builds on basic skills developed in the certificate programs, preparing students for supervisory and management positions in hospitality and tourism industries. In addition to overseeing daily functions, hospitality/tourism managers are involved in purchasing, finance, human resources, event planning, marketing, and operations. If you like working with people and want to be part of the fast-growing industry, the Hospitality and Tourism Management AAS program at Sheridan College will provide you with the training you need to jump start your career.

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Casino Manager

Hospitality and Tourism Leadership Certificate

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The Sheridan College Hospitality and Tourism Leadership Certificate prepares students for mid-level supervisor, management and leadership positions within the hospitality and tourism industry. Students will acquire the knowledge and practical skills for managing tourism, hospitality and travel-related enterprises related to events, conventions and/or tour services. The certificate prepares individuals for assessing cost benefit analysis, the development of industry operations and procedures, to apply tourism marketing and promotion strategies, and apply industry legal practices. The certificate program may be completed in two semesters and prepares students for a second year of instruction, advancing in an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree. Our highly qualified instructional staff share valuable industry experience with students and work closely with each student in advising and guiding them in achieving their educational and career goals.

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Transportation Industry

Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Technology AAS

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The Diesel Technology AAS Program uses a hands-on approach to prepare students for a career in the diesel industry. Through courses in engines, electrical, hydraulics, drive trains, electronics, mobile air conditioning, and welding, students develop a safe work attitude and skills required to work on the most advanced diesel powered vehicles.

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Diesel Technology Certificate

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The Diesel Technology Program prepares students for entry-level positions in the mechanic field. In addition to gaining an overall understanding of diesel engines, students develop skills in the areas of fuel systems, electrical systems, electronic controls and drive trains.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Engineering AS

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Engineering is a program of applied science where students develop a broad background of analytical skills and task specific application abilities. The purpose of this program is to give the entering student the foundation in mathematics and engineering science necessary for a specific specialization in an engineering field (i.e. chemical, civil, or mechanical).

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Industrial Electricity AAS

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The Industrial Electricity AAS program prepares students to install, test, inspect, troubleshoot, and service electrical equipment vital to the operation of commercial businesses and industry. This equipment includes motors, generators, pumps, lighting systems, and associated electrical controls. This program includes specialized courses where students work with equipment used in industry.

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Industrial Electricity Certificate

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The Industrial Electricity Certificate Program is designed to help meet the demand for trained industrial electricians. Classes ranging from basic electricity to learning the fundamentals of AC/DC motors and troubleshooting procedures prepare students to enter an exciting career field. The Industrial Electricity Certificate Program includes specialized courses where students work on equipment used in industry. Combined with one year of mining experience, graduates will be able to take the MSHA Electrical Certification exam. The course structure of the certificate program allows for a seamless transition to the Industrial Electricity AAS program. The IE Certificate fulfills the State of Wyoming educational requirement for registered apprentice electricians

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Industrial Technology AAS

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The Industrial Technology AAS program enables students to design an individualized program of study that focuses on educational interests leading to career pathways. The variety of courses offered enhances the student's learning experience while also providing insight and knowledge about specific areas related to technical careers.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Machine Tool Technology AAS

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The Machine Tool AAS program gives the students an opportunity to gain a broader knowledge and to achieve a higher skill level in machining than is offered in the one-year certificate program. Students are required to develop advanced skills in planning, designing, producing CAD prints, and setting up and operating machine tools to produce precision parts to specifications. The students receive training in programming, setting-up and operating CNC turning and machining centers. There is also a general education component integrated into the program to satisfy demands for appropriate workforce skills. Upon completing the AAS degree program, students have the necessary skills to become employed as an entry-level machinist or a CNC technician.

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Machinist

Machine Tool Technology Certificate

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The Machine Tool AAS program gives the students an opportunity to gain a broader knowledge and to achieve a higher skill level in machining than is offered in the one-year certificate program. Students are required to develop advanced skills in planning, designing, producing CAD prints, and setting up and operating machine tools to produce precision parts to specifications. The students receive training in programming, setting-up, and operating CNC turning and machining centers. There is also a general education component integrated into the program to satisfy demands for appropriate workforce skills. Upon completing the AAS degree program, students have the necessary skills to become employed as an entry-level machinist or a CNC technician.

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Communications Industry

Technical Writer

English AA

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The English program includes an introduction to literary traditions, creative writing, critical approaches to literature, and core areas of literature including contemporary literature and poetry. It provides students with a comprehensive study of the English language, uses of the language, and the methods by which ideas are communicated. A graduate of the English program is prepared to transfer into a Bachelor's degree program.

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Graphic Designer

Graphic Design Certificate

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The certificate in graphic design will provide a strong foundation in high demand graphic design skills, including hands-on experience with software and equipment used in the industry.

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Visual Arts Certificate

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The Certificate in Visual Arts offers a solid foundation in the practice of studio art. Focus on the elements of design and the principles of art will be explored in both 2-Dimentional and 3-Dimentional courses. Students will gain meaningful skills and explore different approaches to art and art making. It may also serve as a primer for arts educators in the K-12 system.

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307-681-6000

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300 West Sinclair
Gillette, WY 82718
United States