Hillsborough Community College

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Business Industry

Bookkeeper

Accounting AA

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Office Manager

Business Administration and Management AS

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The business administration and management AS degree prepares you to assume management or supervisory positions in business, industry and government. Learn basic skills in a broad range of business functions, including accounting, computer usage, management and marketing.

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Training and Development Specialist

Human Resource Management College Credit Certificate

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The human resource management certificate prepares you for positions in human resources and labor relations. Learn to serve in administrative support functions for human resources managers in the areas of employee benefits, recruitment and staffing, training and development, salary and compensation, employee relations and safety, and worker’s compensation. Jobs in this field include human resources assistant, employment interviewer, labor relations assistant, and human resource specialist.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architectural Design and Construction Technology, A.S.

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The architectural design and construction technology AS degree lays a strong foundation for a career as a construction planner, architectural assistant or architectural engineer. The coursework also prepares you to pass the contractor's exam.

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AutoCAD Foundations College Credit Certificate

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This certificate provides students with the AutoCAD skills needed to assist architects and construction engineers in planning, designing and detailing. Computer design techniques are emphasized in the certificate.

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Drafting College Credit Certificate

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The drafting certificate teaches the practical skills you need for a construction drafting career. The certificate may lead to employment as a draftsperson in an architect's, engineer’s, or contractor’s office; governmental agency; corporate planning department; or other private industry.

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Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Heavy Equipment Service Technician Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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This program provides entry level skills in heavy equipment service and systems operation. The topics covered include shop safety, OSHA rules, applied math and science principles, identification and proper use of shop tools and equipment, heavy equipment component identification, use of electronic service information, proper use of measuring tools, and EPA rules on hazardous waste handling and disposal. Instruction will consist of classroom and laboratory activities designed to meet industry standards and safety.

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Electrician

Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) Apprenticeship

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Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC), a national trade association with thousands of members, provides electrical apprenticeships throughout Florida. The IEC-HCC partnership offers federal-and state-certified, Veterans Administration-approved apprenticeships in commercial electrician. These apprenticeship programs include training through a combination of classroom instruction (including theory, code, and controlled practical laboratory applications) and on-the-job training.

Students who complete the commercial electrician apprenticeship will be licensed journeyman electricians.

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Industrial Pipefitter Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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This is a five-year program covering Heritage Program, use and care of tools, pipe materials, job safety and health, soldering and brazing, oxy‐acetylene cutting, mathematics, formulas, pipe measurements, rigging and signaling science, drawing and interpretation, advanced plan reading, gas installation, related mathematics, plumbing code, procedure setting up oxy/fuel cutting equipment, pumps and steam systems, plumbing fixtures and appliances, hydronic systems, water supply, drainage, instrumentation, trade-related mathematics, pipe layout, welding safety, valves, introduction to welding, tube bending, SMAW welding, weld symbols, GTAW welding, GMAW welding.

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Welder

Welding TechnologyPost Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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The welding technology post-secondary adult vocational (PSAV) program builds a solid foundation and advanced knowledge of a variety of welding applications in preparation for AWS certification and a career in a welding field. The coursework covers welder helper, shielded metal arc, gas metal arc, flux cored arc, gas tungsten arc, and pipe welder. This program includes an internship and can be completed in three semesters.

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Manufacturing Industry

Automation College Credit Certificate

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The automation certificate prepares you for engineering technology support positions dealing with PLCs, automation, and control systems in high tech production, manufacturing, distribution, and engineering research and development facilities.

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Robotics and Simulation College Credit Certificate

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This certificate is designed to expose students to the basic fundamentals of robotics and simulation and also prepare students for employment as an entry level Robotics and Simulation technician

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Machinist

CNC Machinist College Credit Certificate

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The CNC (computer numerical control) machinist certificate prepares you for successful employment in the manufacturing industry working in 3D computer-aided design, manufacturing processes and materials, and CNCs.

Coursework applies to the engineering technology AS degree.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electronics Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The electronics engineering technology AS degree program prepares you for an entry-level position as an electronics engineering technician who assists engineers in planning, research, development and design.

The coursework focuses on the skills needed for troubleshooting electronic equipment, performing operations, calculations, testing and reporting.

The State of Florida has established the AS degree in electronics engineering technology as a transfer degree to any Florida public university with a Bachelor's degree in electronics engineering technology or general engineering technology (electrical track) under the provisions of Rule 6A- 10.024.

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Electronics Technician College Credit Certificate

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The electronics technician certificate prepares you for employment as an electrical and electronics technician, electronics engineering technician, or related occupation in electronics. This program includes the Florida core electronics competencies as identified by the electronics industry. Learn to assemble, install, operate, maintain, troubleshoot and repair electronic equipment.

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Laser and Photonics College Credit Certificate

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The laser and photonics certificate prepares you for employment as an electrical and electronics technician, electronics engineering technician, or related electronics occupations.

This program includes the Florida core electronics competencies as identified in the electronics industry. Graduates of this program will be able to assemble, install, operate, maintain, troubleshoot and repair electronics equipment.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology Support Specialist College Credit Certificate

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The engineering technology support specialist certificate prepares you for entry-level technical jobs in high-tech production, manufacturing, distribution, and engineering research and development facilities. It aligns with the MSSC (Manufacturing Skill Standards Council) Certified Production Technician (CPT) certification.

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Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The engineering technology AS degree provides specialized training on state-of-the-art equipment that helps you develop the skills for an advanced manufacturing career. Prepare to earn the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT) industry certification and step into a high-skill, high-wage position.

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Lean Manufacturing College Credit Certificate

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The lean manufacturing certificate prepares you for engineering technology support positions dealing with quality systems and their implementation in high-tech production, manufacturing, distribution, and engineering research and development facilities.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Mechatronics College Credit Certificate

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The mechatronics certificate program provides challenging academic standards and builds relevant technical knowledge and skills. Learn about maintenance techniques, computer-aided drafting/design, technical communications, maintenance and operation of various industrial components, material handling protocols, and proper usage of tools and instrumentation.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Pneumatics Hydraulics and Motors for Manufacturing, College Credit Certificate

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The pneumatics, hydraulics and motors for manufacturing certificate prepares you for an engineering technology support position dealing with facilities operations and maintenance in high-tech production, manufacturing, distribution, and engineering research and development facilities.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Body Technician

Automotive Collision Technology Technician Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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The automotive collision technology technician PSAV program delivers state-of-the-art training to become a qualified technician in the auto body repair industry. Topics include estimating, automotive painting, nonstructural and structural repair, welding and cutting, plastic repair, refinishing, and mechanical and electrical repair. This program applies to industrial management AS degree.

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Service Technology Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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Automotive Service Technology - PSAV 1,800 clock hours (16 months to complete)
Automotive service technology students gain knowledge and skills for entering careers in automotive service and repairs, parts supply and after-market product installation. Instruction and experiences include the functioning, servicing and repairing of engines, suspension systems, brake systems, automotive electrical systems, fuel systems, and air conditioning. Upon successful completion of this program, graduates receive a certification from Hillsborough Community College.

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Diesel Mechanic

Bus Transit Technician Certificate

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The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment as transit technicians, train existing employees to become FTMC certified transit technicians and to prepare existing technicians for the ASE series of Transit Bus tests.

The content includes but is not limited to the following:

maintaining and repairing diesel engines
performing diesel engine and bus preventive maintenance (PMI) inspections
maintaining and repairing ADA accessible lifts and ramps
maintaining and repairing basic electrical systems
maintaining, and repairing steering and suspension systems.

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Diesel Systems Technician Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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The purpose of the Diesel Technology Program is to educate and prepare students for entry into various diesel technician positions within the diesel industry. The course of study in this program enables students to develop

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Public Service Industry

Police Officer

Auxiliary Law Enforcement Officer Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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The auxiliary law enforcement officer post-secondary adult vocational program offers training to serve as a part-time law enforcement officer. The program does have specified admission criteria.

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Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College Credit Certificate

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Hillsborough Community College offers a College Credit Certificate as a Criminal Justice Technology Specialist designed to prepare graduates to work in law enforcement, corrections, private security, and other criminal justice, legal, or public service related fields.

All courses taken toward this Certificate can be transferred and used toward the completion of an Associated Degree in Criminal Justice (AS.CJT).

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Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies, A.S.

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The criminology and criminal justice studies AS degree prepares you to work in corrections, juvenile justice, investigations, private security, homeland security or crime scene investigations. Graduates may transfer to a university to seek Bachelor’s degrees. Graduates of a law enforcement academy may receive college credit hours toward this degree. A variety of tracks are available depending on your career goals.

Career specializations may include fingerprint training, private security and investigations, victim advocacy, and crime analysis.

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Law Enforcement Officer Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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The law enforcement officer PSAV certificate is a limited-access program that trains you for employment as a law enforcement officer. This program takes place at the HCC Criminal Justice Institute, which operates under the auspices of the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC).

The 770-hour Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program is for students seeking a career as a city, county or state law enforcement officer. A law enforcement officer is vested with authority to bear arms and make arrests; whose primary responsibilities are the prevention and detection of crime, and the enforcement of penal, criminal, and traffic laws.

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Correctional Officer

Correctional Officer Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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The Hillsborough Community College Corrections Academy prepares Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Cadets with the necessary training required to pass the Florida Department of Law Enforcement State Certification Examination. Cadets are prepared both physically and mentally to perform as a Correctional Officer.

The Academy provides an intensive 420 hours of training that meets or exceeds all state requirements. Emphasis is placed on correctional operations, defensive tactics, first Aid, firearms, and physical fitness. Upon completion of the Academy, the cadet may apply for credit towards their academic degree. For recruiting/employment information, please visit http://www.hcso.tampa.fl.us/

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Criminal Justice Technology Specialist College Credit Certificate

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Hillsborough Community College offers a College Credit Certificate as a Criminal Justice Technology Specialist designed to prepare graduates to work in law enforcement, corrections, private security, and other criminal justice, legal, or public service related fields.

All courses taken toward this Certificate can be transferred and used toward the completion of an Associated Degree in Criminal Justice (AS.CJT).

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Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies, A.S.

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The criminology and criminal justice studies AS degree prepares you to work in corrections, juvenile justice, investigations, private security, homeland security or crime scene investigations. Graduates may transfer to a university to seek Bachelor’s degrees. Graduates of a law enforcement academy may receive college credit hours toward this degree. A variety of tracks are available depending on your career goals.

Career specializations may include fingerprint training, private security and investigations, victim advocacy, and crime analysis.

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Social Services Assistant

Counseling and Human Services, A.S.

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The Counseling and Human Services AS degree program prepares you to work in the life-changing fields of counseling, social work, human services, and rehabilitation. As a counseling and human services practitioner, you may provide individual and group counseling, lead workshops, offer training in daily living skills, assist with vocational planning, organize group activities, deliver case management services, and complete records and reports, often under the supervision of an advanced mental health professional. You may also act as a mediator between clients and service agencies, refer clients to appropriate community facilities and advocate for clients before local service providers and government agencies.

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Criminal Investigator

Crime Scene College Credit Certificate

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The crime scene certificate prepares you for work in crime scene fields and forensics.

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Digital Forensics College Credit Certificate

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The digital forensics certificate prepares students for a branch of forensic science encompassing the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices, often in relation to computer crime.

Permission of instructor required for concurrent enrollment with prerequisite.

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Digital Forensics, A.S.

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Digital forensics (sometimes known as digital forensic science) is a branch of forensic science encompassing the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices, often in relation to computer crime.

The digital forensics AS degree prepares you for a career in security concepts and computer forensics investigations. Develop proficiency in basic and advanced security concepts, computer forensics investigations, and other skills related to this field.

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Private Investigator Intern Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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The Private Investigator "CC" (Intern) License class is offered in accordance with Chapter 493, Florida Statutes. Florida Statutes governing the PI Intern license will be fully discussed during the first session. All study material, handouts, and associated instructional material will be provided. The successful completion of two (2) written examinations is necessary for certification.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Management, A.S.

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If you enjoy working with young children, the early childhood management program offers a hands-on experience and excellent instruction, including unique opportunities to interact with pre-schoolers at the Child Development Centers on our Ybor City and Dale Mabry Campuses.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services, A.S.

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If you are a licensed or licensure-eligible paramedic, or have been accepted into the paramedic program, the emergency medical services AS degree program offers you an opportunity to specialize in education, management or technology.

You must be currently enrolled at HCC or apply to HCC and meet the entrance requirements as outlined in the most current catalog. Unless you have previous college English and math, or have a college degree, or have college-entry level English and math SAT/ACT scores, you will have to take the College Placement Test. Specific program requirements are outlined below.

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Emergency Medical Technician College Credit Certificate

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The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) college credit certificate is a one-semester program offered on the Dale Mabry, Plant City and SouthShore campuses that prepares students to provide basic life support measures as a member of an ambulance crew at the scene of an accident, during transport to a hospital or medical facility, and in the medical facility. Coursework combines classroom lectures, practical skills laboratory training, and actual patient clinical experiences.

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Paramedic College Credit Certificate

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The paramedic certificate prepares you to perform the skills of an EMT and train in advanced life support techniques, including endotracheal intubation, electrocardiogram monitoring and interpretation, DC electrical counter shock, and administration of intravenous fluids and medications.

This program offers different schedules with three admission dates per year.

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Environmental Field Technician

Environmental Science Technology, Environmental Technician Option, A.S.

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The environmental science technology AS degree, environmental technician option, prepares you for a position as an environmental pollution control technician or environmental technician. Coursework readies you to conduct environmental surveys; to conduct investigations and evaluations of noise, air, soil, and water conditions for compliance with public laws and regulations; and to effectively manage natural resources.

If you have an interest in protecting the environment and like the idea of a hands-on, in-the-field job, you may be a prime candidate for this rewarding career path. It can lead you to manage natural resources such as forests, wildlife, fisheries, and energy.

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Environmental Science Technology- Laboratory Technician Option, A.S.

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The environmental science technology AS degree, laboratory technician option, prepares you for a position as an environmental pollution control technician or environmental technician. Coursework readies you to conduct environmental surveys; to conduct investigations and evaluations of noise, air, soil, and water conditions for compliance with public laws and regulations; and to effectively manage natural resources.

If you have an interest in protecting the environment and like the idea of a hands-on, in-the-field job, you may be a prime candidate for this rewarding career path. It can lead you to manage natural resources such as forests, wildlife, fisheries, and energy.

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Water Quality Technician College Credit Certificate

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The water quality technician college credit certificate prepares you for immediate entry into the workforce as a water quality technician.

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Firefighter

Fire Officer Supervisor College Credit Certificate

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The fire officer supervisor certificate provides the training you need to become a fire officer supervisor.

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Fire Science Technology, A.S.

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The fire science technology AS degree prepares you for a career as a fire officer, fire instructor, fire investigator, fire safety inspector, hazardous materials technician, building inspector, or fire insurance salesperson.

With many online course options to accommodate busy schedules, this program combines technical study and coursework in mathematics, English, physical science and liberal arts with knowledge necessary to advance into supervisory or management positions.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Studies Advanced Technical Certificate

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Paralegal Studies Advanced Technical Certificate - 21 Credit Hours
If you already hold a bachelor’s or higher degree, this certificate will prepare you for work in a law office, corporation or government agency. Qualify to sit for the Certified Legal Assistant Exam sponsored by the National Association for Legal Assistants.

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Paralegal Studies, A.S.

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The paralegal studies AS degree prepares you for a paraprofessional career as a paralegal (legal assistant). Under the supervision and direction of a licensed attorney, a paralegal may engage in legal research, case development, preparation of legal documents and trial exhibits, analyzing information, interviewing clients, assisting in office management, and other responsibilities unique to the legal profession. Graduates of the program are prepared to sit for national certification exams.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Chef's Apprentice College Credit Certificate

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The chef's apprentice certificate trains you for entry-level positions as a pantry cook, prep cook or lead cook. Learn technical, problem-solving and occupation-specific skills that will serve you well in these positions and prepare you for further education and careers in the culinary field.

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Culinary Arts College Credit Certificate

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The culinary arts certificate prepares you for work as a baker, pantry cook, prep cook or lead cook in commercial and institutional settings. The program also provides supplemental training for those previously or currently employed in the culinary industry.

This certificate applies to the culinary management AS degree.

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Culinary Management, A.S.

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The culinary management AS degree teaches you the skills necessary to work as a cook or chef, and prepares you for commercial and institutional management positions in the culinary industry. If you're previously or currently employed in these occupations, this program offers supplemental training.

The coursework includes sanitation and safety; maintenance and operation of equipment; recognition and identification of foods; proper storage of equipment; methods of preparation; usage of foods; methods of cooking; garde manger; performing different types of food services; nutrition; baking; communication skills; math skills; computer applications; supervision management; professionalism; culinary organization; food and beverage purchasing; dining room management; and beverage management. Students also receive training in communications, leadership, human relations, finance, employability skills, sanitation and safety, and efficient work practices.

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Food and Beverage Operations College Credit Certificate

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The food and beverage operations certificate teaches you all the basics of working in the food industry. Coursework includes safety and sanitation management, food planning and menu preparation, supervisory development, hospitality law, introduction to computers, food purchase and storage, and maitre d’ and dining room service.

This certificate applies to the restaurant management AS degree.

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Food Service Manager

Food and Beverage Management CCC

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The food and beverage management certificate prepares you to take on the role of supervisor or manager in the food and beverage sectors of the hospitality industry.

This certificate applies to the restaurant management AS degree.

This curriculum is from the current college catalog and is meant to provide prospective students an example of courses taken in this degree/certificate. It is not intended to be used for graduation requirements. Students should consult an advisor for graduation information.

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Information Technology Industry

IT Support Specialist

Computer Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The computer engineering technology AS degree program prepares you for an entry-level position as a computer technician. The coursework focuses on the diagnosis and repair of hardware and software in micro, mini and mainframe computers. With minimal additional specialized training, you may become a field or in-house shop technician.

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Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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The computer information technology AS degree prepares you for jobs such as PC support specialist, help desk specialist, microcomputer specialist, software specialist and information systems specialist.

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Help Desk Support Technician College Credit Certificate

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The help desk support technician certificate prepares students to become help desk support technicians, which may serve a variety of industries.

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IT Project Management, A.S.

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The IT project management AS degree prepares you to manage information technology systems.

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Microcomputer Repairer/Installer College Credit Certificate

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The microcomputer repairer/installer certificate prepares students for employment as computer engineering technicians in electronics/information technology.

This certificate applies to the computer engineering technology AS degree.

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Network Enterprise Administration College Credit Certificate

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The network enterprise administration certificate prepares students to upgrade and repair computers, working with Windows configurations and wireless networks.

This certificate applies to the network systems technology AS degree.

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Network Support Technician College Credit Certificate

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The network support technician certificate prepares students for employment maintaining network computer systems’ hardware and software.

This certificate applies to the network systems technology AS degree.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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The computer information technology AS degree prepares you for jobs such as PC support specialist, help desk specialist, microcomputer specialist, software specialist and information systems specialist.

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Software Developer

Computer Programmer College Credit Certificate

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The computer programmer certificate prepares you for a position as a junior/senior programmer, aide, data manager, analyst or computer specialist.

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Computer Programming and Analysis, A.S.

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The computer programming and analysis AS degree helps you develop the skills necessary to become a computer programmer, data manager, specialist or analyst

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Computer Programming Specialist College Credit Certificate

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The computer programming specialist certificate prepares you for careers in computer programming, covering modern programming languages, including C, C++, C#, Visual BASIC, and Java. This program trains you for jobs such as computer programmer aide, junior programmer, senior programmer, data manager, mid-range computer specialist, and programmer analyst.

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Digital Media Multimedia Web Production College Credit Certificate

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The digital media multimedia web production college credit certificate at Hillsborough Community College prepares students for initial employment as web production assistants or web production artists.

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Web Designer College Credit Certificate

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The web designer certificate prepares you to be web designer, webmaster, e-commerce developer or intranet architect.

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Web Designer, A.S.

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The web designer AS degree prepares you to be a web designer, webmaster, e-commerce developer or intranet architect.

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Web Developer College Credit Certificate

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The web developer certificate trains you to be a web designer, webmaster, e-commerce developer or intranet architect.

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Web Developer, A.S.

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The web developer AS degree is another avenue that prepares you to be a web designer, webmaster, e-commerce developer or intranet architect.

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Data Security Management

Cybersecurity, A.S.

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This program prepares students for jobs in the fields of computer systems analyst, computer network specialist, computer support specialist or network systems engineer.

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Network Infrastructure College Credit Certificate

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The network infrastructure certificate teaches relevant, practical skills in infrastructure design and implementation in all areas of digital communication and connectivity. The program focuses on current enterprise-level computer network configuration, management, and security outcomes including cabling, radio frequency troubleshooting and behaviors, routing and switching, dedicated storage networks, voiceover internet protocol, network security concepts, and best practices.

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Network Infrastructure, A.S.

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The network infrastructure AS degree teaches network infrastructure concepts, protocols and configurations related to routers, LAN, VLAN, WAN, IP addressing, and more. This program prepares you for a variety of jobs in the IT industry.

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Network Security Cyber-Security Cisco College Credit Certificate

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The network security cyber-security Cisco certificate prepares you for building and maintaining network security systems using Cisco systems.

This certificate applies to the network systems technology AS degree.

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Network Security Cyber-Security Unix/Linux College Credit Certificate

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The network security cyber-security Unix/Linux certificate prepares you for building and maintaining network security systems using Unix/Linux systems.

This certificate applies to the network systems technology AS degree.

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Network Security Cyber-Security Windows College Credit Certficate

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The network security cyber-security Windows college credit certificate at Hillsborough Community College prepares students for building and maintaining network security systems using Windows.

This certificate applies to the network systems technology AS degree.

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Network Security, A.S.

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The network security AS degree prepares you to assist business and industry in defending against cyber security attacks.

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Database Administrator

Database Administrator College Credit Certificate

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The database administrator college credit certificate at Hillsborough Community College prepares students for jobs installing, configuring and maintaining a database management system (DBMS). This is often tied to a specific platform such as SQL Servers and others.

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Database Technology, A.S.

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The database technology AS degree prepares you to work in fields such as database design, programming and administration.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Network Administrator, A.S.

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The network administrator AS degree teaches you the technical skills needed to be a network specialist, administrator, customer support analyst, or systems engineer.

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Network Enterprise Administration College Credit Certificate

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The network enterprise administration certificate prepares students to upgrade and repair computers, working with Windows configurations and wireless networks.

This certificate applies to the network systems technology AS degree.

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Network Infrastructure College Credit Certificate

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The network infrastructure certificate teaches relevant, practical skills in infrastructure design and implementation in all areas of digital communication and connectivity. The program focuses on current enterprise-level computer network configuration, management, and security outcomes including cabling, radio frequency troubleshooting and behaviors, routing and switching, dedicated storage networks, voiceover internet protocol, network security concepts, and best practices.

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Network Infrastructure, A.S.

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The network infrastructure AS degree teaches network infrastructure concepts, protocols and configurations related to routers, LAN, VLAN, WAN, IP addressing, and more. This program prepares you for a variety of jobs in the IT industry.

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Network Server Administration College Credit Certificate

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The network server administration certificate prepares you to work with computer networks to ensure that they run efficiently efficiently by maintaining software updates, designing and implementing new system structures, monitoring server activity, and auditing server security.

This certificate applies to the network systems technology AS degree.

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Network Support Technician College Credit Certificate

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The network support technician certificate prepares students for employment maintaining network computer systems’ hardware and software.

This certificate applies to the network systems technology AS degree.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Assistant

Dental Assisting Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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The dental assisting PSAV prepares you for a rewarding career that requires both interpersonal and technical skills. The duties of a dental assistant are among the most comprehensive and varied in the dental office, including work with dentists during a variety of procedures. During this one-year program, you learn skills such as processing X-rays, fabricating temporary crowns, placing sealants, and polishing teeth. Graduates must pass the Dental Assisting National Board Examination to earn the Certified Dental Assisting (CDA) designation.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene, A.S.

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The dental hygiene AS degree provides the skills and knowledge to become a licensed dental hygienist. Vital members of the dental team, dental hygienists provide non-surgical periodontal therapy that includes scaling and root planing, adult and child prophylaxis, placement of dental sealants, exposing and processing radiographs, and individualized patient education.

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Medical Sonographer

Diagnostic Medical Sonography, A.S.

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The diagnostic medical sonography AS degree prepares you to take the national registry examination to become a certified sonographer who provides imaging services under the supervision of a physician.

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MRI Technician

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Advanced Technical Certificate

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves with computerized equipment to generate sectional images of patient anatomy. MRI technologists use problem solving and critical skills to adapt procedural requirements to the patient and specific area of study.

The MRI certificate program provides academic and clinical studies to prepare you to be an MRI technologist who provides quality patient care and performs studies utilizing imaging equipment, professional communication, and quality assurance in scheduled and emergency procedures.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Coder College Credit Certificate

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The medical coder certificate prepares you to become a valuable member of a health information service team. Coding professionals use a classification system to assign code numbers and letters to each symptom, diagnosis, disease, procedure, and operation that appears in a patient's chart. These codes are used for insurance reimbursement, research, health planning analysis, and to make clinical decisions. A high degree of accuracy and a working knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, and physiology are important skills for these professionals.

Career opportunities include hospital inpatient/outpatient coding specialist, reimbursement specialist, coding abstracting or insurance claim analyst, managed-care coding specialist, procedural coding specialist, and physician’s office or clinical coding specialist.

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Medical Office Administration, A.S.

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The medical office administration AS degree prepares you for roles such as medical office manager, medical coder, medical billing clerk, insurance processor and medical transcriptionist. Our office administration computer lab is an excellent resource for students.

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Medical Office Management - Biller College Credit Certificate

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The medical biller certificate teaches you how to process insurance forms, assign basic medical codes, and operate databases and medical billing computer software.

Coursework focuses on medical terminology and anatomy, basic ICD-10 and CPT coding, Medicare, and other government, private, self-insurance, and managed care plans. Prepare to work in hospitals, physicians’ offices, healthcare facilities, and billing departments of medical facilities, or to set up a private billing service.

Career options include medical billing specialist, reimbursement specialist, insurance claim analyst and claims examiner—with many work-from-home opportunities.

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Medical Office Management - Management College Credit Certificate

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The medical office management certificate prepares you to support management by expediting and facilitating the maintenance and production of correspondence and records; to transcribe recordings, telecommunicate, maintain office budgets, prepare correspondence and resolutions; to file and maintain documents; and to assist in the administration of policy.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Science Advanced Technical Certificate

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The medical laboratory science advanced technical certificate is designed to prepare students who have Bachelor's degrees in chemistry or biology for careers in clinical laboratories.

Laboratory training includes clinical chemistry, coagulation, hematology, immunohematology, immunology, medical microbiology, molecular diagnostics, and urinalysis.

The knowledge and skills acquired in the laboratory will help develop reasoning and critical thinking skills.

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Radiology Technician

Radiation Therapy Specialist College Credit Certificate

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The radiation therapy specialist certificate program is designed for students who have successfully completed a program in radiography and are eligible or certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. This program teaches you to work directly with patients receiving high‐energy treatments using state‐of‐the‐art and cutting‐edge technology. You work with a physician to administer patient treatment. Graduates are eligible to apply for the national radiation therapy examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

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Radiation Therapy, A.S.

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The radiation therapy AS degree trains students to administer high-energy radiation therapy treatments using linear accelerators and CT simulation. Graduates may take the national radiation therapy examination.

A separate Health Sciences application is required for this degree, and students must attend an information session prior to the application deadline.

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Radiography, A.S.

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A radiographer performs various radiographic procedures and techniques that result in images that are interpreted by a licensed physician. The radiography AS degree trains you to apply x-ray energy to assist in patient diagnosis and treatment. The graduate of the Radiography Program is eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist's (ARRT) examination and will also be eligible for a State of Florida General Radiographer license.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care Transition Option, A.S.

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An individual who has earned the Certified Respiratory Therapist credential from the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) is eligible to receive 23 hours of college credit toward respiratory care AS degree.

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Respiratory Care, A.S.

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The respiratory care AS degree prepares you to treat patients who have difficulty breathing due to pulmonary or cardiac disease. Learn to work with premature infants, children, trauma victims and patients requiring life support. Respiratory therapists work in physician offices, home care setting, skilled nursing facilities, rehabilitation centers, sleep study departments and hospitals. The need for respiratory therapists continues to increase due to a growing elderly population; environmental problems; and technological advances in the treatment of lung disease, heart attack, cancer, accident victims and premature babies.

Graduates may take the national certification and registry exams to become licensed practitioners in the US.

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Technology, A.S.

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The Veterinary Technology AS degree delivers a hands-on training program that is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and can be completed in two years or five consecutive terms. Career opportunities include veterinary technician positions in private practices, humane societies, specialty veterinary medicine, zoo/wildlife medicine, agriculture, and biomedical research.

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Energy Industry

Power Generation Technician

Diesel Systems Technician Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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The purpose of the Diesel Technology Program is to educate and prepare students for entry into various diesel technician positions within the diesel industry. The course of study in this program enables students to develop

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Digital Media Multimedia Technology Developer, A.S.

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The digital media multimedia technology developer AS degree teaches you how to design and produce digital projects with multimedia hardware and software. Prepare for jobs such as desktop publisher, production designer, electronic publisher, illustrator, multimedia specialist, multimedia presentation developer, interface designer, computer graphic designer, and project manager.

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Graphic Design Production College Credit Certificate

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The Graphic Design College Credit Certificate is for students who wish to prepare for quick entry into the graphic or commercial art fields. The CCC focuses on the core courses in graphic design, but students can continue on to earn an AA degree.

Careers include creating graphics for newspapers, television, web pages, magazines or any media format. The visual arts department cultivates an educated student body that recognizes the power that images hold, in both historical and contemporary contexts.

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AV Technician

Digital Video Production College Credit Certificate

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The digital video production certificate equips you for an entry-level job in digital video production. Our 10-room editing and production suite caters to the changing needs of today’s dynamic media landscape while teaching you the critical skills necessary to enter the workforce. Learn to produce video and programming in a variety of formats using professional video cameras, non-linear video editing equipment, and professional audio editing software. Coursework applies to the digital television and media production AS degree program.

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Earn + Learn Programs

Hospitality

Chef and Head Cook

Chef's Apprentice College Credit Certificate

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Construction

Electrician

Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) Apprenticeship

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Public Service

Criminal Investigator

Private Investigator Intern Post Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

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