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Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Education Certificate

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This one-year Early Childhood Education certificate program is for students who are interested in immediate job preparation and placement in an early childhood setting. It is designed to meet minimal requirements for licensure. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course listed in the Certificate Program and the Related Studies Requirements* of writing, computation and human relations are included in the Plan of Study (*CA 101, *MA 233 and *CA 112).

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Education, A.A.

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This two year program of study is designed to ensure students acquire the requisite knowledge and skills for obtaining employment as a paraprofessional educator and/or transfer to a four-year institution to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and/or Special Education. The program of study provides students opportunities for classroom observations and/or presentations in local public schools. This program provides a strong research based foundation in Elementary Education and integrates the Crow and American Indian cultural perspectives to address the need for highly-qualified Crow and American Indian Teachers in the local school system

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education, A.A.

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This two year program of study is primarily designed to prepare students to obtain the requisite knowledge and skills for obtaining employment or advancement to a four year institution for a degree in Early Childhood Education and/or Special Education. The program of study provides a strong research-based foundation in Early Childhood Education and integrates the Crow and American Indian cultural perspectives to address the need for highly qualified Crow and American Indian early childhood practitioners. The area Head Start program classrooms and licensed registered child care facilities serve as lab sites for the student to observe and/or present in the classrooms.

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Social Services Assistant

Human Services, A.A.

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Human services is a broad field of study that will help students develop into professionals who are capable of assisting individuals, families, and communities in culturally significant life situations. These courses will educationally prepare students in their efforts to help people grow in ability, health, and responsibility. Students will be able to transfer to a four year institution where they can become more specialized in areas of interest related to human service or they will be able to gain experience in the local human services organizations through employment.

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Environmental Field Technician

Natural Resources/ Environmental Science, A.S.

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This degree program is for students wanting to become natural resource managers or environmental science professionals, and who intend to go on to earn a bachelor’s degree. Natural resource management is a broad field where professionals work to preserve, conserve and manage natural resources. Careers may be in wildlife, forestry, range management, agriculture, outdoor recreation, fisheries or many other areas. Environmental science careers focus on environmental protection and rehabilitation from harmful human impacts, such as overgrazing, mining and pollution. Careers may be in protection or cleanup of land, water or air resources

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Information Systems Certificate

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The 31-credit Certificate Program in Information Systems - Information Technology Assistant is designed for students interested in workforce preparation for immediate job placement, upon program completion. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course series listed in the Certificate Program Plan of Study. The Related Studies Requirements* of writing (*BU 122), computation (*MA 296), and human relations (*CA 112 Fundamentals of Public Speaking) are included in the Plan of Study. The course work in the Certificate Program may be used to complete coursework in the Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems - Information Technology Program of Study, should the student wish to pursue the as- sociate level degree.

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Information Systems, A.S.

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The Information Systems – Information Technology curriculum is designed to prepare a student for entry level employment in the local and regional office and small business environment. The Information Technology program of study prepares a student with in depth knowledge and demonstrated applications of specific Microsoft applications, and computerized accounting software. This associate of applied science program is founded on the General Education Core Requirements, to provide a broad based academic background, and broad based preparation for the work environment and membership in the community

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IT Support Specialist

Information Systems Certificate

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The 31-credit Certificate Program in Information Systems - Information Technology Assistant is designed for students interested in workforce preparation for immediate job placement, upon program completion. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course series listed in the Certificate Program Plan of Study. The Related Studies Requirements* of writing (*BU 122), computation (*MA 296), and human relations (*CA 112 Fundamentals of Public Speaking) are included in the Plan of Study. The course work in the Certificate Program may be used to complete coursework in the Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems - Information Technology Program of Study, should the student wish to pursue the as- sociate level degree.

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Information Systems Certificate

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The 31-credit Certificate Program in Information Systems - Information Technology Assistant is designed for students interested in workforce preparation for immediate job placement, upon program completion. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course series listed in the Certificate Program Plan of Study. The Related Studies Requirements* of writing (*BU 122), computation (*MA 296), and human relations (*CA 112 Fundamentals of Public Speaking) are included in the Plan of Study. The course work in the Certificate Program may be used to complete coursework in the Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems - Information Technology Program of Study, should the student wish to pursue the as- sociate level degree.

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Information Systems, A.S.

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The Information Systems – Information Technology curriculum is designed to prepare a student for entry level employment in the local and regional office and small business environment. The Information Technology program of study prepares a student with in depth knowledge and demonstrated applications of specific Microsoft applications, and computerized accounting software. This associate of applied science program is founded on the General Education Core Requirements, to provide a broad based academic background, and broad based preparation for the work environment and membership in the community

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Information Systems, A.S.

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The Information Systems – Information Technology curriculum is designed to prepare a student for entry level employment in the local and regional office and small business environment. The Information Technology program of study prepares a student with in depth knowledge and demonstrated applications of specific Microsoft applications, and computerized accounting software. This associate of applied science program is founded on the General Education Core Requirements, to provide a broad based academic background, and broad based preparation for the work environment and membership in the community

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Systems Analyst

Information Systems Certificate

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The 31-credit Certificate Program in Information Systems - Information Technology Assistant is designed for students interested in workforce preparation for immediate job placement, upon program completion. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course series listed in the Certificate Program Plan of Study. The Related Studies Requirements* of writing (*BU 122), computation (*MA 296), and human relations (*CA 112 Fundamentals of Public Speaking) are included in the Plan of Study. The course work in the Certificate Program may be used to complete coursework in the Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems - Information Technology Program of Study, should the student wish to pursue the as- sociate level degree.

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Information Systems Certificate

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The 31-credit Certificate Program in Information Systems - Information Technology Assistant is designed for students interested in workforce preparation for immediate job placement, upon program completion. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course series listed in the Certificate Program Plan of Study. The Related Studies Requirements* of writing (*BU 122), computation (*MA 296), and human relations (*CA 112 Fundamentals of Public Speaking) are included in the Plan of Study. The course work in the Certificate Program may be used to complete coursework in the Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems - Information Technology Program of Study, should the student wish to pursue the as- sociate level degree.

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Information Systems, A.S.

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The Information Systems – Information Technology curriculum is designed to prepare a student for entry level employment in the local and regional office and small business environment. The Information Technology program of study prepares a student with in depth knowledge and demonstrated applications of specific Microsoft applications, and computerized accounting software. This associate of applied science program is founded on the General Education Core Requirements, to provide a broad based academic background, and broad based preparation for the work environment and membership in the community

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Information Systems, A.S.

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The Information Systems – Information Technology curriculum is designed to prepare a student for entry level employment in the local and regional office and small business environment. The Information Technology program of study prepares a student with in depth knowledge and demonstrated applications of specific Microsoft applications, and computerized accounting software. This associate of applied science program is founded on the General Education Core Requirements, to provide a broad based academic background, and broad based preparation for the work environment and membership in the community

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Data Security Management

Information Systems Certificate

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The 31-credit Certificate Program in Information Systems - Information Technology Assistant is designed for students interested in workforce preparation for immediate job placement, upon program completion. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course series listed in the Certificate Program Plan of Study. The Related Studies Requirements* of writing (*BU 122), computation (*MA 296), and human relations (*CA 112 Fundamentals of Public Speaking) are included in the Plan of Study. The course work in the Certificate Program may be used to complete coursework in the Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems - Information Technology Program of Study, should the student wish to pursue the as- sociate level degree.

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Information Systems Certificate

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The 31-credit Certificate Program in Information Systems - Information Technology Assistant is designed for students interested in workforce preparation for immediate job placement, upon program completion. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course series listed in the Certificate Program Plan of Study. The Related Studies Requirements* of writing (*BU 122), computation (*MA 296), and human relations (*CA 112 Fundamentals of Public Speaking) are included in the Plan of Study. The course work in the Certificate Program may be used to complete coursework in the Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems - Information Technology Program of Study, should the student wish to pursue the as- sociate level degree.

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Information Systems, A.S.

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The Information Systems – Information Technology curriculum is designed to prepare a student for entry level employment in the local and regional office and small business environment. The Information Technology program of study prepares a student with in depth knowledge and demonstrated applications of specific Microsoft applications, and computerized accounting software. This associate of applied science program is founded on the General Education Core Requirements, to provide a broad based academic background, and broad based preparation for the work environment and membership in the community

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Information Systems, A.S.

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The Information Systems – Information Technology curriculum is designed to prepare a student for entry level employment in the local and regional office and small business environment. The Information Technology program of study prepares a student with in depth knowledge and demonstrated applications of specific Microsoft applications, and computerized accounting software. This associate of applied science program is founded on the General Education Core Requirements, to provide a broad based academic background, and broad based preparation for the work environment and membership in the community

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Database Administrator

Information Systems Certificate

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The 31-credit Certificate Program in Information Systems - Information Technology Assistant is designed for students interested in workforce preparation for immediate job placement, upon program completion. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course series listed in the Certificate Program Plan of Study. The Related Studies Requirements* of writing (*BU 122), computation (*MA 296), and human relations (*CA 112 Fundamentals of Public Speaking) are included in the Plan of Study. The course work in the Certificate Program may be used to complete coursework in the Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems - Information Technology Program of Study, should the student wish to pursue the as- sociate level degree.

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Information Systems Certificate

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The 31-credit Certificate Program in Information Systems - Information Technology Assistant is designed for students interested in workforce preparation for immediate job placement, upon program completion. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course series listed in the Certificate Program Plan of Study. The Related Studies Requirements* of writing (*BU 122), computation (*MA 296), and human relations (*CA 112 Fundamentals of Public Speaking) are included in the Plan of Study. The course work in the Certificate Program may be used to complete coursework in the Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems - Information Technology Program of Study, should the student wish to pursue the as- sociate level degree.

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Information Systems, A.S.

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The Information Systems – Information Technology curriculum is designed to prepare a student for entry level employment in the local and regional office and small business environment. The Information Technology program of study prepares a student with in depth knowledge and demonstrated applications of specific Microsoft applications, and computerized accounting software. This associate of applied science program is founded on the General Education Core Requirements, to provide a broad based academic background, and broad based preparation for the work environment and membership in the community

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Information Systems, A.S.

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The Information Systems – Information Technology curriculum is designed to prepare a student for entry level employment in the local and regional office and small business environment. The Information Technology program of study prepares a student with in depth knowledge and demonstrated applications of specific Microsoft applications, and computerized accounting software. This associate of applied science program is founded on the General Education Core Requirements, to provide a broad based academic background, and broad based preparation for the work environment and membership in the community

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Construction Industry

Welding Technology and Fabrication Certificate

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The Welding program is a limited enrollment program. It is intended to provide the necessary instruction to enable students to enter the welding profession in an entry level position. Students who complete the first semester of courses are eligible for the NCCER Welding & Fabrication Tier 1 Certificate of Technical Studies degree. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course listed in the Certificate Program. The Related Studies Requirements* of writing, computation and human relations are included in the Plan of Study (*CA050, *MA061, *CA211).

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Welder

Welding Technology and Fabrication Certificate

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The Welding program is a limited enrollment program. It is intended to provide the necessary instruction to enable students to enter the welding profession in an entry level position. Students who complete the first semester of courses are eligible for the NCCER Welding & Fabrication Tier 1 Certificate of Technical Studies degree. Students are required to successfully complete the entire course listed in the Certificate Program. The Related Studies Requirements* of writing, computation and human relations are included in the Plan of Study (*CA050, *MA061, *CA211).

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Contact Phone Number

406-638-3104

Address

8645 South Weaver Drive
Crow Agency, MT 59022
United States