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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Administrative Medical Assistant Certificate

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Administrative Medical Assistants find career opportunities in the offices of general medical and surgical hospitals, physicians, chiropractors, outpatient care centers and many other medical facilities. The many responsibilities of administrative medical assistants include a strong combination of knowledge of automated medical equipment and patient care, as well as an understanding of medical office protocols.
All of these factors have combined to create a huge potential job market for qualified Administrative Medical Assistants. And this course will provide you with the skill set and expertise that will make you irresistible to prospective health care employers.
This career training will introduce students to topics such as medical terminology, privacy and risk management. The course will cover medical insurance billing and coding with emphasis placed on the use of computers in the medical office, telephone techniques, and the importance of HIPPA compliance.
Upon successful completion of Administrative Medical Assistant course, students will be prepared for entry level positions handling front office responsibilities in a medical office setting.

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Medical Coding and Billing Certificate

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The Medical Billing and Coding Program is designed to help students successfully sit for the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) exam.
In recent years, there has been a rapid increase in medical tests, treatments, and procedures that will be increasingly scrutinized by health insurance companies, regulators, courts, and consumers. Also, patient information must be entered into computer databases to comply with the new Federal Legislation requiring the use of electronic patient records.
All of these factors have combined to create a potential job market for qualified medical records technicians.
Upon successful completion of the Medical Billing and Coding course, students may apply for entry level positions doing medical billing or coding in a medical office setting and sit for certification examinations.
The National HealthCareer Association (NHA), American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), and American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) all offer national entry-level certification exams in the Billing and Coding Industry. Students should determine which exam they wish to sit for based upon their personal career goals.

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Medical Transcription and Editing Certificate

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Built on over 20 years of experience in training high-quality medical transcriptionists, this is one of the rst comprehensive medical transcription and editing training programs in the industry. The Medical Transcription Editor program helps you quickly gain the knowledge and skills you need to get a good job to better support your family and improve your nancial security. Our expert-designed curriculum is approved by the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI), and it includes real-world practical experience to ensure you gain the skills you need to excel in the workforce. The curriculum is specially designed to:
• Help you gain the skills of both a medical transcriptionist and a specialized medical transcription editor
• Simulate the real world by training you on hundreds of authentic physician dictations
• Prepare you for the future of the industry as it relies more on speech recognition technology
• Train you to begin working from home immediately upon graduation

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Office Administration: Medical Support Specialist Advanced Certificate

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This program prepares students for a variety of office careers involving the use of technology in the preparation, reproduction, distribution, storage, and communication of information. Although this program is not designed to transfer, courses may be accepted for transfer by some four-year institutions

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Office Administration: Medical Support Specialist, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for a variety of office careers involving the use of technology in the preparation, reproduction, distribution, storage, and communication of information. Although this program is not designed to transfer, courses may be accepted for transfer by some four-year institutions

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Medical Assistant

Clinical Medical Assistant Prep Certificate

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Clinical Medical Assistants serve an integral function to keep the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners running smoothly.
Clinical Medical Assistants may be called upon to perform direct medical duties under the supervision of a physician such as: collect and prepare laboratory specimens or perform basic laboratory tests on the premises, dispose of contaminated supplies, and sterilize medical instruments. They instruct patients about medications and special diets, prepare and administer medications as directed by a physician, authorize drug refills as directed, telephone prescriptions to a pharmacy, draw blood, prepare patients for x-rays, take electrocardiograms, remove sutures, and change dressings.
In addition, Clinical Medical Assistants perform many administrative duties, including answering telephones, greeting patients, updating and
filing patients’ medical records, filling out insurance forms, handling correspondence, scheduling appointments, arranging for hospital admission and laboratory services, and handling billing and bookkeeping.
Successful candidates of the program will receive a certificate of completion from Jefferson State and have the option to sit for the National Health Career Association Certified Clinical Medical Assistant certification exam.

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Dental Assistant

Dental Assistant Certificate

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Interested in working in a dental office? Dental Assistant is one of the top most-growing careers of today. This program will teach you the skills needed to work in a dental office as an entry- level dental assistant, receptionist, front office assistant or back office assistant. The main goal of this course is to familiarize the student with all of the areas of dental assisting. This class will include both theory and hands-on training that will allow students to become familiar with dental instruments and how to prepare them for the patients. It will provide the student with the professional skills that are necessary to work as a Dental Assistant.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technology, A.A.S.

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Medical Laboratory Technicians are important members of health-care provider teams. MLTs perform a variety of chemical and biological analyses on blood & other specimens to assist physicians in the diagnosis & treatment of disease. The MLT graduate can choose from a variety of employment opportunities, including hospital laboratories, physician offices & clinics, public health facilities, and research institutions. National surveys indicate a need for qualified clinical laboratory technicians and technologists throughout the country.

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Jefferson State’s MLT Program prepares students for entry into the field of laboratory medicine in 6 semesters at a reasonable tuition cost. The MLT Program consists of basic academic courses, MLT courses taught in campus labs, and clinical experiences in one of several hospitals and reference laboratories. Students may apply for admission to JSCC during any semester and register for general education requirements and prerequisites for the MLT Program. Admission to the professional sequence requires a grade of ‘C’ or higher on the required general education courses and an overall ‘C’ (2.5 GPA) or higher.

Successful completion of the program leads to an Associate in Applied Science Degree & eligibility for national MLT certification by such agencies as ASCP and AMT.

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Phlebotomist

Medical Laboratory Technology- Phlebotomy, A.A.S.

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Medical Laboratory Technicians are important members of health-care provider teams. MLTs perform a variety of chemical and biological analyses on blood & other specimens to assist physicians in the diagnosis & treatment of disease. The MLT graduate can choose from a variety of employment opportunities, including hospital laboratories, physician offices & clinics, public health facilities, and research institutions. National surveys indicate a need for qualified clinical laboratory technicians and technologists throughout the country.

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Jefferson State’s MLT Program prepares students for entry into the field of laboratory medicine in 6 semesters at a reasonable tuition cost. The MLT Program consists of basic academic courses, MLT courses taught in campus labs, and clinical experiences in one of several hospitals and reference laboratories. Students may apply for admission to JSCC during any semester and register for general education requirements and prerequisites for the MLT Program. Admission to the professional sequence requires a grade of ‘C’ or higher on the required general education courses and an overall ‘C’ (2.5 GPA) or higher.

Successful completion of the program leads to an Associate in Applied Science Degree & eligibility for national MLT certification by such agencies as ASCP and AMT.

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Phlebotomy Certificate

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The phlebotomy-training program is a non-credit, 144-hour program designed to train individuals in a classroom lecture and clinical setting to become a certified phlebotomist. Upon satisfactory completion of the program, students will earn a Certificate of Completion and will be eligible to take the National Healthcare Association (NHA) certification test. Classes meet for lecture twice a week for approximately 8 weeks and the clinical practicum will be held for 2-3 weeks. Specific times of clinicals will be announced but are tentatively scheduled for three days a week, eight hours a day, generally from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Class days and times will be announced for each semester.
Class enrollment is limited to 12 students. Jefferson State will accept eligible students on a first come first serve basis upon meeting all requirements as set out. This includes the completion of the registration form, payment of the course in full, and scoring a minimum of a 70 on the Accuplacer Exam. Students who do not score a 70 on the Accuplacer Exam will not be eligible to register for the program.
Students admitted to the program are expected to have and maintain a satisfactory level of health, including freedom from communicable
diseases. Students are also required to submit to a background check and drug testing before attending clinicals. Failure to pass the background check or urine drug screen will prevent the student from completing this program and no refund will be given.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Assistant Certificate

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The Certified Nursing Assistant Preparation program at Jefferson State prepares students to deliver the necessary component of direct patient contact and care.
Certified Nursing Assistants are
an important part of the health
care industry. Students in this
program will develop the skill
set needed to supplement
staffing in the community we
serve. In addition, students will
receive the appropriate training
to be prepared for successful completion of the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP).
Successful candidates of the program will receive a certificate of completion from Jefferson State and have the option to sit for the NNAAP exam and become certified and listed on the Alabama Nurse Aide Registry. Certification exam costs are not included in the course fee.
Let the Certified Nursing Assistant Preparation program at Jefferson State be the first step in your health care industry career!

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technician Prep Certificate

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This comprehensive 60-hour course will help prepare students to enter the pharmacy field and to take the National Health Career Association’s Certification of Pharmacy Technicians (ExCPT) exam. Course content includes medical terminology specific to the pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will learn dosage calculations, I.V. flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control, and billing and reimbursement. The Pharmacy Technician Certification Program includes a graded final exam to help prepare students for the ExCPT exam.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapy Assistant, A.A.S.

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The Physical Therapist Assistant Program is a two-year course of study leading to an Associate in Applied Science degree. The Program requires one year of prerequisite general education coursework and one year of core PTA coursework. The prerequisite courses include ENG 101, BIO 201, BIO 202, PSY 200, PSY 210, MTH 100 or higher-level MTH elective, Humanities elective, SPH 106 or 107, and OAD 211 Medical Terminology. These courses may be taken over a longer period of time but must be completed prior to taking PTA major courses. This is a pre-admit program and requires a specific application process for admission into the professional phase of the program. Once admitted, a student will have the option to follow an On-Campus program or a hybrid Online track program. The On-Campus classes are all enhanced and/or supported by the Blackboard course-management system. The Online-track program conducts lecture courses via the Blackboard course-management system but cannot be completed entirely online. The Online-track program requires students to be at the Shelby-Hoover sessions. Online lecture courses may also require students to visit instructional sites for various requirements or to complete exams, quizzes, and/or clinicals.
The time commitment required for completion of PTA lecture and laboratory courses is generally 25-40 hours per week. Full-time clinical practicums (40 hours per week) are required of all students and are integrated throughout the program.
The PTA Program prepares graduates for work as physical therapist assistants (PTAs) and is not designed to lead toward a physical therapist degree. General education classes may transfer to a four-year institution, but PTA courses generally will not transfer.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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The Radiologic Technology Program curriculum course content is delivered online in some courses. Students must have access to a computer and have a basic understanding of computer technology to participate in course work.

Our RAD program was one of the first of its kind in an Alabama 2 year College. Prior to the establishment of junior college programs, students were trained by hospitals and received no academic credit. Students now complete general education courses that will apply to an Associate Degree.

Upon admission into the program, students are involved in clinical activities at area hospitals to gain further “hands on” knowledge. Most clinical rotations are from 7 am-3 pm.

The program currently has a clinical affiliate partnership with the following Radiography Departments in the Greater Birmingham Area: St. Vincent’s Birmingham, St. Vincent’s Birmingham, St. Vincent’s Chilton, St. Vincent’s St. Clair, St. Vincent’s East, Brookwood Baptist, UAB Hospital, UAB Highlands, Kirklin Clinic, The Children’s Hospital, Brookwood Baptist Shelby, Brookwood Baptist Princeton, Grandview and UAB Medical West. . Graduates of Jefferson State’s program are awarded an associate in applied science degree and are eligible to complete the National Registry Exam given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists to become a registered Radiologic Technologist.

Once registered as a radiographer, you will be eligible for employment in hospitals, emergency clinics or doctor’s offices. Later, if you decide to continue your education, you can apply many credits earned in the associate degree program at Jefferson State toward a Bachelor’s degree or higher at many participating Universities.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapy, A.A.S.

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Respiratory care, also known as respiratory therapy, is a profession that specializes in providing care to patients who have illnesses that affect heart and lung function. Respiratory therapists are uniquely qualified to assist in diagnosing, treating, and managing acute and chronic cardiopulmonary disorders. The Respiratory Therapy Program will prepare individuals, under the supervision of physicians, to assist in developing respiratory care plans, administer respiratory care procedures, supervise personnel and equipment operation, maintain records, and consult with other health care team members. Includes instruction in the applied basic biomedical sciences; anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the respiratory system; clinical medicine; therapeutic procedures; clinical expressions; data collection and record keeping; patient communication; equipment operation and maintenance; personnel supervision; and procedures for special population groups.

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Surgical Technologist

Sterile Processing Certificate

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Technology, A.A.S.

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The Veterinary Technology Program prepares students for a career as a veterinary technician. The graduate is trained to assist the veterinarian with the care and treatment of both large and small animals. Duties that the technician may be expected to perform include: reception and record keeping, restraint of animals for examination and treatment, assisting in the performance of surgical procedures, conducting radiographic and laboratory tests, feeding, maintaining proper sanitation, administering anesthesia, dispensing medications, and performing routine dental procedures.

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Child Development Advanced Certificate

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The nationally-accredited JSCC Child Development program seeks to provide students with a well-rounded, specialized, quality education in order to excel professionally with the knowledge and professional skills needed to teach and work effectively with young children and families. Program Brochure

Graduates may be employed as educarers (teachers of young children) in private and not-for-profit early care and education programs such as child care; as teachers in the growing state Pre-K program; administrators in child care programs; professionals in before- and afterschool programs; or as aides in public school systems (super associate degree for public school aides). The Child Development program also offers a professional certificate and advanced certificate designed to provide incremental steps of professional recognition leading towards an associate degree.

Jefferson State is the first Child Development program in Alabama. For over 45 years, Jefferson State has been offering the study of young children Birth to Age Five, the most formative time in a human’s life confirmed by years of research. Jefferson State is the first Early Childhood Associate Degree Accredited program in the state. JSCC CDP has also lead in offering unique programs of study for concentrations in Educarer, Administrator, and Aftershool. JSCC CDP continued to be on the cutting edge with a variety of learning opportunities such as: evening, early morning, hybrid (half online and half in class), on-site, and full online courses. We continue to seek ways to best meet the needs of students.

With the implementation of the Alabama’s Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS), education in the earliest childhood field of study helps improve programs’ star ratings. So consider Jefferson State as your educational option for learning and growing in this all important field of study.

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Child Development Certificate

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The nationally-accredited JSCC Child Development program seeks to provide students with a well-rounded, specialized, quality education in order to excel professionally with the knowledge and professional skills needed to teach and work effectively with young children and families. Program Brochure

Graduates may be employed as educarers (teachers of young children) in private and not-for-profit early care and education programs such as child care; as teachers in the growing state Pre-K program; administrators in child care programs; professionals in before- and afterschool programs; or as aides in public school systems (super associate degree for public school aides). The Child Development program also offers a professional certificate and advanced certificate designed to provide incremental steps of professional recognition leading towards an associate degree.

Jefferson State is the first Child Development program in Alabama. For over 45 years, Jefferson State has been offering the study of young children Birth to Age Five, the most formative time in a human’s life confirmed by years of research. Jefferson State is the first Early Childhood Associate Degree Accredited program in the state. JSCC CDP has also lead in offering unique programs of study for concentrations in Educarer, Administrator, and Aftershool. JSCC CDP continued to be on the cutting edge with a variety of learning opportunities such as: evening, early morning, hybrid (half online and half in class), on-site, and full online courses. We continue to seek ways to best meet the needs of students.

With the implementation of the Alabama’s Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS), education in the earliest childhood field of study helps improve programs’ star ratings. So consider Jefferson State as your educational option for learning and growing in this all important field of study.

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Child Development, A.A.S.

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The nationally-accredited JSCC Child Development program seeks to provide students with a well-rounded, specialized, quality education in order to excel professionally with the knowledge and professional skills needed to teach and work effectively with young children and families. Program Brochure

Graduates may be employed as educarers (teachers of young children) in private and not-for-profit early care and education programs such as child care; as teachers in the growing state Pre-K program; administrators in child care programs; professionals in before- and afterschool programs; or as aides in public school systems (super associate degree for public school aides). The Child Development program also offers a professional certificate and advanced certificate designed to provide incremental steps of professional recognition leading towards an associate degree.

Jefferson State is the first Child Development program in Alabama. For over 45 years, Jefferson State has been offering the study of young children Birth to Age Five, the most formative time in a human’s life confirmed by years of research. Jefferson State is the first Early Childhood Associate Degree Accredited program in the state. JSCC CDP has also lead in offering unique programs of study for concentrations in Educarer, Administrator, and Aftershool. JSCC CDP continued to be on the cutting edge with a variety of learning opportunities such as: evening, early morning, hybrid (half online and half in class), on-site, and full online courses. We continue to seek ways to best meet the needs of students.

With the implementation of the Alabama’s Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS), education in the earliest childhood field of study helps improve programs’ star ratings. So consider Jefferson State as your educational option for learning and growing in this all important field of study.

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Teacher Assistant

Child Development Advanced Certificate

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The nationally-accredited JSCC Child Development program seeks to provide students with a well-rounded, specialized, quality education in order to excel professionally with the knowledge and professional skills needed to teach and work effectively with young children and families. Program Brochure

Graduates may be employed as educarers (teachers of young children) in private and not-for-profit early care and education programs such as child care; as teachers in the growing state Pre-K program; administrators in child care programs; professionals in before- and afterschool programs; or as aides in public school systems (super associate degree for public school aides). The Child Development program also offers a professional certificate and advanced certificate designed to provide incremental steps of professional recognition leading towards an associate degree.

Jefferson State is the first Child Development program in Alabama. For over 45 years, Jefferson State has been offering the study of young children Birth to Age Five, the most formative time in a human’s life confirmed by years of research. Jefferson State is the first Early Childhood Associate Degree Accredited program in the state. JSCC CDP has also lead in offering unique programs of study for concentrations in Educarer, Administrator, and Aftershool. JSCC CDP continued to be on the cutting edge with a variety of learning opportunities such as: evening, early morning, hybrid (half online and half in class), on-site, and full online courses. We continue to seek ways to best meet the needs of students.

With the implementation of the Alabama’s Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS), education in the earliest childhood field of study helps improve programs’ star ratings. So consider Jefferson State as your educational option for learning and growing in this all important field of study.

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Child Development Certificate

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The nationally-accredited JSCC Child Development program seeks to provide students with a well-rounded, specialized, quality education in order to excel professionally with the knowledge and professional skills needed to teach and work effectively with young children and families. Program Brochure

Graduates may be employed as educarers (teachers of young children) in private and not-for-profit early care and education programs such as child care; as teachers in the growing state Pre-K program; administrators in child care programs; professionals in before- and afterschool programs; or as aides in public school systems (super associate degree for public school aides). The Child Development program also offers a professional certificate and advanced certificate designed to provide incremental steps of professional recognition leading towards an associate degree.

Jefferson State is the first Child Development program in Alabama. For over 45 years, Jefferson State has been offering the study of young children Birth to Age Five, the most formative time in a human’s life confirmed by years of research. Jefferson State is the first Early Childhood Associate Degree Accredited program in the state. JSCC CDP has also lead in offering unique programs of study for concentrations in Educarer, Administrator, and Aftershool. JSCC CDP continued to be on the cutting edge with a variety of learning opportunities such as: evening, early morning, hybrid (half online and half in class), on-site, and full online courses. We continue to seek ways to best meet the needs of students.

With the implementation of the Alabama’s Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS), education in the earliest childhood field of study helps improve programs’ star ratings. So consider Jefferson State as your educational option for learning and growing in this all important field of study.

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Child Development, A.A.S.

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The nationally-accredited JSCC Child Development program seeks to provide students with a well-rounded, specialized, quality education in order to excel professionally with the knowledge and professional skills needed to teach and work effectively with young children and families. Program Brochure

Graduates may be employed as educarers (teachers of young children) in private and not-for-profit early care and education programs such as child care; as teachers in the growing state Pre-K program; administrators in child care programs; professionals in before- and afterschool programs; or as aides in public school systems (super associate degree for public school aides). The Child Development program also offers a professional certificate and advanced certificate designed to provide incremental steps of professional recognition leading towards an associate degree.

Jefferson State is the first Child Development program in Alabama. For over 45 years, Jefferson State has been offering the study of young children Birth to Age Five, the most formative time in a human’s life confirmed by years of research. Jefferson State is the first Early Childhood Associate Degree Accredited program in the state. JSCC CDP has also lead in offering unique programs of study for concentrations in Educarer, Administrator, and Aftershool. JSCC CDP continued to be on the cutting edge with a variety of learning opportunities such as: evening, early morning, hybrid (half online and half in class), on-site, and full online courses. We continue to seek ways to best meet the needs of students.

With the implementation of the Alabama’s Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS), education in the earliest childhood field of study helps improve programs’ star ratings. So consider Jefferson State as your educational option for learning and growing in this all important field of study.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice Department offers quality undergraduate education that enables students to complete Associate Degrees in Criminal Justice and/or Associate in Applied Science Degrees and Certificates in Law Enforcement. It is a professional and career program that enriches intellectual, political, cultural and civic dialogue and understanding through its diversified curriculum. All degrees are detailed in your Jefferson State Catalog and Student Handbook. Students should review all degree requirements.

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Law Enforcement Certificate

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The Law Enforcement Program provides a comprehensive knowledge base pertinent to the various areas within the broad scope of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement including but not limited to law, courts, corrections, criminology, ethics and public policy. The program emphasizes the development of analytical skills that are vital in the field of justice, and an understanding of the laws and legally defined procedures that law enforcement professionals must adhere to when working in this field.

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Law Enforcement, A.A.S.

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The Law Enforcement Program provides a comprehensive knowledge base pertinent to the various areas within the broad scope of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement including but not limited to law, courts, corrections, criminology, ethics and public policy. The program emphasizes the development of analytical skills that are vital in the field of justice, and an understanding of the laws and legally defined procedures that law enforcement professionals must adhere to when working in this field.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice Department offers quality undergraduate education that enables students to complete Associate Degrees in Criminal Justice and/or Associate in Applied Science Degrees and Certificates in Law Enforcement. It is a professional and career program that enriches intellectual, political, cultural and civic dialogue and understanding through its diversified curriculum. All degrees are detailed in your Jefferson State Catalog and Student Handbook. Students should review all degree requirements.

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Law Enforcement Certificate

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The Law Enforcement Program provides a comprehensive knowledge base pertinent to the various areas within the broad scope of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement including but not limited to law, courts, corrections, criminology, ethics and public policy. The program emphasizes the development of analytical skills that are vital in the field of justice, and an understanding of the laws and legally defined procedures that law enforcement professionals must adhere to when working in this field.

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Law Enforcement, A.A.S.

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The Law Enforcement Program provides a comprehensive knowledge base pertinent to the various areas within the broad scope of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement including but not limited to law, courts, corrections, criminology, ethics and public policy. The program emphasizes the development of analytical skills that are vital in the field of justice, and an understanding of the laws and legally defined procedures that law enforcement professionals must adhere to when working in this field.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice Department offers quality undergraduate education that enables students to complete Associate Degrees in Criminal Justice and/or Associate in Applied Science Degrees and Certificates in Law Enforcement. It is a professional and career program that enriches intellectual, political, cultural and civic dialogue and understanding through its diversified curriculum. All degrees are detailed in your Jefferson State Catalog and Student Handbook. Students should review all degree requirements.

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Law Enforcement Certificate

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The Law Enforcement Program provides a comprehensive knowledge base pertinent to the various areas within the broad scope of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement including but not limited to law, courts, corrections, criminology, ethics and public policy. The program emphasizes the development of analytical skills that are vital in the field of justice, and an understanding of the laws and legally defined procedures that law enforcement professionals must adhere to when working in this field.

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Law Enforcement, A.A.S.

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The Law Enforcement Program provides a comprehensive knowledge base pertinent to the various areas within the broad scope of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement including but not limited to law, courts, corrections, criminology, ethics and public policy. The program emphasizes the development of analytical skills that are vital in the field of justice, and an understanding of the laws and legally defined procedures that law enforcement professionals must adhere to when working in this field.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services Advanced Certificate

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Emergency Medical Technicians, Advanced EMT’s, and Paramedics are licensed medical professionals who provide emergency medical care to the sick and injured in an effort to promote health, alleviate suffering and conserve human life. Jefferson State Community College offers three levels of EMS training and education. Students who enroll in the EMS program will pursue a course of study, which leads to an Associate in Applied Science degree.

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The EMT level is a one semester course which may be taken for credit or non-credit. Upon completion of these courses, students will be eligible to sit for the National Registry examination and apply for a State of Alabama EMT license, which is required for Advanced EMT clinicals.

Advanced EMT training consists of an additional semester of training. Students who complete the Advanced EMT course will be eligible to sit for the Advanced EMT National Registry examination qualifying them to apply for a State of Alabama Advanced EMT License, which is required for Paramedic clinicals.

Emergency Medical Services TechnicianParamedic is the final three semesters, which along with the required general education courses, leads to an Associate in Applied Science degree. Upon successful completion of the Paramedic program, the graduate may take the National Registry exam and apply for licensure as a Paramedic.

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Emergency Medical Services License

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Emergency Medical Technicians, Advanced EMT’s, and Paramedics are licensed medical professionals who provide emergency medical care to the sick and injured in an effort to promote health, alleviate suffering and conserve human life. Jefferson State Community College offers three levels of EMS training and education. Students who enroll in the EMS program will pursue a course of study, which leads to an Associate in Applied Science degree.

Emergency Medical Services Brochure
The EMT level is a one semester course which may be taken for credit or non-credit. Upon completion of these courses, students will be eligible to sit for the National Registry examination and apply for a State of Alabama EMT license, which is required for Advanced EMT clinicals.

Advanced EMT training consists of an additional semester of training. Students who complete the Advanced EMT course will be eligible to sit for the Advanced EMT National Registry examination qualifying them to apply for a State of Alabama Advanced EMT License, which is required for Paramedic clinicals.

Emergency Medical Services TechnicianParamedic is the final three semesters, which along with the required general education courses, leads to an Associate in Applied Science degree. Upon successful completion of the Paramedic program, the graduate may take the National Registry exam and apply for licensure as a Paramedic.

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Emergency Medical Services, A.A.S.

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Emergency Medical Technicians, Advanced EMT’s, and Paramedics are licensed medical professionals who provide emergency medical care to the sick and injured in an effort to promote health, alleviate suffering and conserve human life. Jefferson State Community College offers three levels of EMS training and education. Students who enroll in the EMS program will pursue a course of study, which leads to an Associate in Applied Science degree.

Emergency Medical Services Brochure
The EMT level is a one semester course which may be taken for credit or non-credit. Upon completion of these courses, students will be eligible to sit for the National Registry examination and apply for a State of Alabama EMT license, which is required for Advanced EMT clinicals.

Advanced EMT training consists of an additional semester of training. Students who complete the Advanced EMT course will be eligible to sit for the Advanced EMT National Registry examination qualifying them to apply for a State of Alabama Advanced EMT License, which is required for Paramedic clinicals.

Emergency Medical Services TechnicianParamedic is the final three semesters, which along with the required general education courses, leads to an Associate in Applied Science degree. Upon successful completion of the Paramedic program, the graduate may take the National Registry exam and apply for licensure as a Paramedic.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Certificate

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Information Technology Industry

IT Support Specialist

CompTIA A+ Certificate

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Set yourself apart from the rest when you train as a Computer Technician! This program provides 21 weeks of traditional classroom instruction to lay a solid foundation for students to sit for and pass the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) certification.
The comprehensive curriculum is approved by ComptTIA and is specifically designed to:
• Prepare students to work with hardware, software, networks, and security issues
• Gain knowledge and skills needed to earn CompTIA A+ certification
Upon successful completion of the course students will be awarded a Certificate of Completion from Jefferson State Community College. In addition, students will have the option of sitting for the CompTIA A+ certification.

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CompTIA A+ Certificate

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Set yourself apart from the rest when you train as a Computer Technician! This program provides 21 weeks of traditional classroom instruction to lay a solid foundation for students to sit for and pass the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) certification.
The comprehensive curriculum is approved by ComptTIA and is specifically designed to:
• Prepare students to work with hardware, software, networks, and security issues
• Gain knowledge and skills needed to earn CompTIA A+ certification
Upon successful completion of the course students will be awarded a Certificate of Completion from Jefferson State Community College. In addition, students will have the option of sitting for the CompTIA A+ certification.

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Computer Information Systems Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Cyber Security Certificate

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IT Help Desk Certificate

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Information Systems Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Cyber Security Certificate

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Software Developer

Computer Information Systems Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Full Stack Web Development Certificate

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Set yourself apart from the rest when you train as a Full Stack Developer! This program provides 15 weeks of traditional classroom instruction designed to aid participants in gaining the skills necessary to secure an entry-level position as a Front-End and Back-End web developer in today’s job market.
The training will focus on:
 HTML
 CSS
 JavaScript
 MySQL
 PHP
Upon successful completion of the course students will be awarded a Certificate of Completion from Jefferson State Community College.

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Swift App Development Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Information Systems Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Networking, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies Advanced Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies Certificate

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems Web Technologies, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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Jefferson State College offers a full portfolio of classes in Computer Information Systems designed to improve students' computer and software knowledge as well as develop and/or upgrade skills for career advancement. These courses are designed so that students can quickly prepare for in-demand Information Technology jobs. Students who pursue degrees in CIS are prepared for careers as computer professionals in fields such as programming, programming anlysis, systems analysis, or software developing.

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Cyber Security Certificate

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Data Security Management

Cyber Security Certificate

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Construction Industry

Civil Engineering Technician

Construction and Building Technology Advanced Certificate

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The increasing complexity of construction projects is boosting the demand for management level personnel within the construction industry. Advances in building materials, construction methods, computer technology and changing building standards are further adding to this demand. Program Brochure

The department offers certificate and associate degree in construction management. These programs include courses in project control and development, site planning, design, construction methods, construction materials, cost estimating, scheduling, contract administration, safety, building codes and standards, and information technology.

The program graduates are usually hired as assistants to project managers, field engineers, schedulers, or cost estimators. Advancement opportunities for construction managers vary depending upon individual’s performance and the size and type of company for which they work.

The Construction Management Technology Option of the Construction and Building Science Technology Program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

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Construction and Building Technology Certificate

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The increasing complexity of construction projects is boosting the demand for management level personnel within the construction industry. Advances in building materials, construction methods, computer technology and changing building standards are further adding to this demand. Program Brochure

The department offers certificate and associate degree in construction management. These programs include courses in project control and development, site planning, design, construction methods, construction materials, cost estimating, scheduling, contract administration, safety, building codes and standards, and information technology.

The program graduates are usually hired as assistants to project managers, field engineers, schedulers, or cost estimators. Advancement opportunities for construction managers vary depending upon individual’s performance and the size and type of company for which they work.

The Construction Management Technology Option of the Construction and Building Science Technology Program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

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Construction and Building Technology, A.A.S.

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The increasing complexity of construction projects is boosting the demand for management level personnel within the construction industry. Advances in building materials, construction methods, computer technology and changing building standards are further adding to this demand. Program Brochure

The department offers certificate and associate degree in construction management. These programs include courses in project control and development, site planning, design, construction methods, construction materials, cost estimating, scheduling, contract administration, safety, building codes and standards, and information technology.

The program graduates are usually hired as assistants to project managers, field engineers, schedulers, or cost estimators. Advancement opportunities for construction managers vary depending upon individual’s performance and the size and type of company for which they work.

The Construction Management Technology Option of the Construction and Building Science Technology Program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

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Construction Field Engineer Certificate

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Architectural Drafter

Construction and Building Technology Advanced Certificate

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The increasing complexity of construction projects is boosting the demand for management level personnel within the construction industry. Advances in building materials, construction methods, computer technology and changing building standards are further adding to this demand. Program Brochure

The department offers certificate and associate degree in construction management. These programs include courses in project control and development, site planning, design, construction methods, construction materials, cost estimating, scheduling, contract administration, safety, building codes and standards, and information technology.

The program graduates are usually hired as assistants to project managers, field engineers, schedulers, or cost estimators. Advancement opportunities for construction managers vary depending upon individual’s performance and the size and type of company for which they work.

The Construction Management Technology Option of the Construction and Building Science Technology Program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

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Construction and Building Technology Certificate

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The increasing complexity of construction projects is boosting the demand for management level personnel within the construction industry. Advances in building materials, construction methods, computer technology and changing building standards are further adding to this demand. Program Brochure

The department offers certificate and associate degree in construction management. These programs include courses in project control and development, site planning, design, construction methods, construction materials, cost estimating, scheduling, contract administration, safety, building codes and standards, and information technology.

The program graduates are usually hired as assistants to project managers, field engineers, schedulers, or cost estimators. Advancement opportunities for construction managers vary depending upon individual’s performance and the size and type of company for which they work.

The Construction Management Technology Option of the Construction and Building Science Technology Program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

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Construction and Building Technology, A.A.S.

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The increasing complexity of construction projects is boosting the demand for management level personnel within the construction industry. Advances in building materials, construction methods, computer technology and changing building standards are further adding to this demand. Program Brochure

The department offers certificate and associate degree in construction management. These programs include courses in project control and development, site planning, design, construction methods, construction materials, cost estimating, scheduling, contract administration, safety, building codes and standards, and information technology.

The program graduates are usually hired as assistants to project managers, field engineers, schedulers, or cost estimators. Advancement opportunities for construction managers vary depending upon individual’s performance and the size and type of company for which they work.

The Construction Management Technology Option of the Construction and Building Science Technology Program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

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Manufacturing and Technology Certificate

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses. The courses listed below are part of the A.A.S. degree. While completing requirements for A.A.S. degree, a student can earn the certificate. To be awarded the certificate, the student should contact the Enrollment Services Graduation Office.

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Manufacturing and Technology, A.A.S.

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Construction and Building Technology Advanced Certificate

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The increasing complexity of construction projects is boosting the demand for management level personnel within the construction industry. Advances in building materials, construction methods, computer technology and changing building standards are further adding to this demand. Program Brochure

The department offers certificate and associate degree in construction management. These programs include courses in project control and development, site planning, design, construction methods, construction materials, cost estimating, scheduling, contract administration, safety, building codes and standards, and information technology.

The program graduates are usually hired as assistants to project managers, field engineers, schedulers, or cost estimators. Advancement opportunities for construction managers vary depending upon individual’s performance and the size and type of company for which they work.

The Construction Management Technology Option of the Construction and Building Science Technology Program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

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Construction and Building Technology Certificate

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The increasing complexity of construction projects is boosting the demand for management level personnel within the construction industry. Advances in building materials, construction methods, computer technology and changing building standards are further adding to this demand. Program Brochure

The department offers certificate and associate degree in construction management. These programs include courses in project control and development, site planning, design, construction methods, construction materials, cost estimating, scheduling, contract administration, safety, building codes and standards, and information technology.

The program graduates are usually hired as assistants to project managers, field engineers, schedulers, or cost estimators. Advancement opportunities for construction managers vary depending upon individual’s performance and the size and type of company for which they work.

The Construction Management Technology Option of the Construction and Building Science Technology Program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

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Construction and Building Technology, A.A.S.

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The increasing complexity of construction projects is boosting the demand for management level personnel within the construction industry. Advances in building materials, construction methods, computer technology and changing building standards are further adding to this demand. Program Brochure

The department offers certificate and associate degree in construction management. These programs include courses in project control and development, site planning, design, construction methods, construction materials, cost estimating, scheduling, contract administration, safety, building codes and standards, and information technology.

The program graduates are usually hired as assistants to project managers, field engineers, schedulers, or cost estimators. Advancement opportunities for construction managers vary depending upon individual’s performance and the size and type of company for which they work.

The Construction Management Technology Option of the Construction and Building Science Technology Program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

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Welder

Manufacturing and Technology Certificate

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses. The courses listed below are part of the A.A.S. degree. While completing requirements for A.A.S. degree, a student can earn the certificate. To be awarded the certificate, the student should contact the Enrollment Services Graduation Office.

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Manufacturing and Technology, A.A.S.

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses.

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Welding Certificate

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Manufacturing and Technology Certificate

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses. The courses listed below are part of the A.A.S. degree. While completing requirements for A.A.S. degree, a student can earn the certificate. To be awarded the certificate, the student should contact the Enrollment Services Graduation Office.

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Manufacturing and Technology, A.A.S.

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses. The courses listed below are part of the A.A.S. degree. While completing requirements for A.A.S. degree, a student can earn the certificate. To be awarded the certificate, the student should contact the Enrollment Services Graduation Office.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Hospitality Management Advanced Certificate

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The Hospitality/Culinary Management Department prepares students for a variety of positions in health care institutions, schools, restaurants, commercial types of food services, hotel and other lodging operations. The department offers a degree with four options: Culinary Apprentice, Foodservice/Culinary Management, Baking/Pastry and Hotel/Restaurant Management.

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Hospitality Management, A.A.S.

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The Hospitality/Culinary Management Department prepares students for a variety of positions in health care institutions, schools, restaurants, commercial types of food services, hotel and other lodging operations. The department offers a degree with four options: Culinary Apprentice, Foodservice/Culinary Management, Baking/Pastry and Hotel/Restaurant Management.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Manufacturing and Technology Certificate

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses. The courses listed below are part of the A.A.S. degree. While completing requirements for A.A.S. degree, a student can earn the certificate. To be awarded the certificate, the student should contact the Enrollment Services Graduation Office.

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Manufacturing and Technology Certificate

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses. The courses listed below are part of the A.A.S. degree. While completing requirements for A.A.S. degree, a student can earn the certificate. To be awarded the certificate, the student should contact the Enrollment Services Graduation Office.

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Manufacturing and Technology, A.A.S.

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses.

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Manufacturing and Technology, A.A.S.

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses.

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Manufacturing and Technology Certificate

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses. The courses listed below are part of the A.A.S. degree. While completing requirements for A.A.S. degree, a student can earn the certificate. To be awarded the certificate, the student should contact the Enrollment Services Graduation Office.

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Manufacturing and Technology, A.A.S.

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses.

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Manufacturing and Technology Certificate

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses. The courses listed below are part of the A.A.S. degree. While completing requirements for A.A.S. degree, a student can earn the certificate. To be awarded the certificate, the student should contact the Enrollment Services Graduation Office.

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Manufacturing and Technology, A.A.S.

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Manufacturing and Technology is a field of study designed to prepare technically oriented individuals for employment in industries such as industrial and automotive manufacturing, equipment technology and maintenance, biomedical equipment technology, industrial and commercial electronics, computer aided drafting/design (CADD), and welding. Manufacturing and Technology offers seven options that cover these areas: (1) Industrial Technology, (2) Biomedical Equipment Technology, (3) Automotive/Automated Manufacturing, (4) Electronics, (5) Computer Aided Drafting/Design (CADD), (6) Welding, and (7) Manufacturing Systems Technology.
The Manufacturing & Technology Program requires that students enrolled in the Manufacturing Systems Technology option to take the four credentialing exams that make up the Manufacturing Skills Council’s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT). This is in conjunction with the required courses of this degree track. There are additional fees for the MSSC CPT certification: credentialing exams (4), MSSC registration, and the MSSC curriculum that is embedded in four of the option courses.

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