Harry S Truman College

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Bookkeeper

Accounting, Associate in Applied Science

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The Associate in Applied Science degree program in Accounting is the study of basic accounting skills. Completion of the program can lead to various levels of accounting positions in accounting firms, retail stores, manufacturing, service business, and small business employment as a junior member of an accounting staff, estimator, credit analyst, budget or general accountant, bank teller, and accounts receivable or accounts payable clerk.

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Beautician

Barbering, Advanced Certificate

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The Cosmetology Department is dedicated to preparing a diverse student body for licensure exam, career entry, advancement, and life-long learning in an increasingly interdependent global society. The Barbering program meets the standards of the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation in total hours and has a licensed teaching staff, standard industry equipment, approved facilities, and quality course content that meets industry requirements.

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Barbering, Associate in Applied Science

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The Associate in Applied Science degree in Barbering offers students an opportunity to gain industry knowledge and practice in haircutting/shaping, razor shaving, styling, creative and graphic designs, chemical services, skincare, and nailcare. Additionally, students will acquire information about operating and owning a business to best prepare them to assume key consulting positions within the industry and to successfully own and manage their own barbershop. Training with live models and consultation with industry professionals are highlights of the program in emphasizing a myriad of career opportunities in the field. Required proficiency exams and exam preparation/reviews are part of the program in meeting the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation (IDFPR) standards.  All discipline courses are taught by licensed teaching staff, using standard industry equipment, approved facilities, and quality course content that meets industry requirements. 

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Cosmetology Advanced Certificate

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The Advanced Certificate program in the field of Cosmetology offers challenging and rewarding opportunities designed to give students thorough training in the art, skill and applied science used in the treatment of hair, nails, and skin. The program meets the standards of the Illinois Department of Finance and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) in total hours, teaching staff, equipment, facilities, libraries, and course content.

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Cosmetology Associate in Applied Science

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The Associate in Applied Science degree in Cosmetology offers students an opportunity to gain industry knowledge and practice in haircutting, styling, chemical services, skincare, and nailcare. Additionally, students will acquire information about operating and owning a business to best prepare them to assume key consulting positions within the industry and to successfully own and manage their own salon. Training with live models and consultation with beauty-industry professionals are highlights of the program in emphasizing a myriad of career opportunities in the field. Required proficiency exams and exam preparation/reviews are part of the program in meeting the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation (IDFPR) standards.  All discipline courses are taught by licensed teaching staff, using standard industry equipment, approved facilities, and quality course content that meets industry requirements. 

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Technology Advanced Certificate

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Automotive Technology Basic Certificate

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Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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The AAS degree program in Automotive Technology provides the necessary foundation and practical experience to pursue entry-level positions that meet the changing demands of the automotive industry. Entry-level positions may be found in automotive dealerships, automotive franchises, independent service repair shops, auto part stores, or through self-employment. Students will learn the technical skills essential to employment in the field of maintenance technology, auto body care, chassis, diesel, and power train, leading to employment in service, maintenance, and areas of technological specialty such as detailing, auto body paint and refinishing, as well as management occupations or self-employment.​

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

CAD Technology Advanced Certificate

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CAD Technology Basic Certificate

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CAD Technology, A.A.S.

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The A.A.S. degree program in Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Technology provides the technical instruction and skills development for graduates to find successful employment in the field of drafting, working for mechanical, architectural and construction companies.

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Child Development: Pre-School Education Advanced Certificate

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Child Development: Pre-School Education Basic Certificate

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Child Development: Pre-School Education, A.A.S.

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This degree provides child development theory and practice for students who intend to go straight to work as a teacher or teacher assistant in a public or private pre-school program, child-care center or nursery school.

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Child Development: Pre-School Education/Infant Toddler Advanced Certificate

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The Advanced Certificate program in Pre-School Education Infant/Toddler prepares students to work in center- or home-based programs providing day care for infants and toddlers. The study of child development theory and skills also prepares students to work as “nannies” or live-in infant and child care providers.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice: Public Police Services Advanced Certificate

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Criminal Justice: Public Police Services Basic Certificate

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Criminal Justice: Public Police Services, A.A.S.

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The study of theory and practice of contemporary criminal justice for those who plan careers as police officers or other criminal justice positions, as well as police who wish to advance in rank or into administrative levels of criminal justice.

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Social Services Assistant

Human Development and Family Studies Basic Certificate

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​The purpose of the Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) certificate is to prepare students to understand human development based on the individual and family perspectives. Human Development and Family studies is an interdisciplinary field that integrates several behavioral, social, an biological concepts to understand human interaction and development. This HDFS certificate is specifically aligned to the Family Specialist credential awarded by INCCRRA, Illinois Network of Child Care Resources and Referral Agencies.

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Human Development and Family Studies, A.A.S.

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Are you interested in learning about human development, and studying the nature of relationships and the role of families? If so, a pathway in Human Development and Family Studies might be right for you. The AAS in Human Development and Family Studies can lead to employment as a Human Services Assistant or Family Specialist in social service agencies, Head Start daycares, community-based organizations and non-profits, among others.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Computer Information Systems Basic Certificate

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Web Development Advanced Certificate

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The Advanced Certificate program in Web Development prepares students for entry-level positions as Web site editors, developers, or designers. Students acquire an understanding of programming principles and languages incorporated in Web pages, and become proficient in HTML and related technologies. This program will also be useful to individuals whose job duties have expanded to include web site responsibilities or who wish to develop web pages for their businesses. ​ ​

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Web Development Basic Certificate

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Data Security Management

Networking Systems and Technology Advanced Certificate

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Networking Systems and Technology Basic Certificate

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Networking Systems and Technology, A.A.S.

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The Networking Systems and Technology AAS program is for students interested in administering and maintaining network equipment such as routers, switches, and servers, as well as, maintaining software and services that are common in modern network infrastructures. The curriculum covers both hardware and software components which help prepare students for jobs in the Information Technology (IT) market. It also offers students relevant knowledge and skills required in a variety of industry certifications including: A+, Network+, CCENT, CCNA and CCNA Security.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Networking Systems and Technology Advanced Certificate

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Networking Systems and Technology Basic Certificate

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Networking Systems and Technology, A.A.S.

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The Networking Systems and Technology AAS program is for students interested in administering and maintaining network equipment such as routers, switches, and servers, as well as, maintaining software and services that are common in modern network infrastructures. The curriculum covers both hardware and software components which help prepare students for jobs in the Information Technology (IT) market. It also offers students relevant knowledge and skills required in a variety of industry certifications including: A+, Network+, CCENT, CCNA and CCNA Security.

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IT Support Specialist

Networking Systems and Technology, A.A.S.

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The Networking Systems and Technology AAS program is for students interested in administering and maintaining network equipment such as routers, switches, and servers, as well as, maintaining software and services that are common in modern network infrastructures. The curriculum covers both hardware and software components which help prepare students for jobs in the Information Technology (IT) market. It also offers students relevant knowledge and skills required in a variety of industry certifications including: A+, Network+, CCENT, CCNA and CCNA Security.

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Chicago, IL 60640-6063
United States