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IT Support Specialist

A+ Certification

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An A+ certification is widely recognized as demonstrating expert knowledge in installing, configuring, upgrading, troubleshooting and repairing desktop systems. It prepares you to enter the world of information technology at a good pay rate, and you can easily build upon the core knowledge and competencies you gain through further education at LCCC and beyond.

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Business IT Fundamentals, Short-Term Technical Certificate

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The short-term technical certificate in IT Fundamentals prepares the certificate holder with the foundation of core IT basic knowledge and skills required to pursue additional education in various IT fields.

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Computer Information Systems – Network Administration Short-Term Certificate

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This short-term certificate program provides an intense and hands-on learning experience focused on server administration in a Windows environment. You’ll learn about network infrastructure, active directory, server virtualization, server security, fault tolerance, video conferencing, data management and security storage networks. You’ll install, configure and maintain file servers, application servers, web servers, e-mail servers, DNS servers and DHCP servers in both integrated and virtualized environments. We’ll also expose you to Linux based servers, giving you the knowledge to work as a network administrator in just about any environment.

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Computer Information Systems – Network Infrastructure Technologies/CCNA Short-Term Certificate

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Through this intense and technical short-term certificate program, you’ll be prepared to take the Cisco CCNA exam. You’ll gain a foundation in the support and implementation of data communication networks. You’ll enjoy hands-on experience with local area wireless and wide-area network technologies. And you’ll have the skills to implement and troubleshoot converged networks that support voice, video and data – all while adhering to fundamental security guidelines.

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Computer Maintenance and Networking One-Year Certificate

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Building on the skills learned in the related short-term certificate program, this one-year certificate program delves deeper into the knowledge and practical skills required to install, upgrade, and maintain personal computer systems and networks. Along with the A+ Certification preparation courses (required for A+ Certification) and computer diagnostics and repair courses, you’ll get an introduction to technical math and electrical circuitry.

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Computer Maintenance and Networking Short-Term Certificate

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In this short-term certificate program, you’ll take the A+ Certification preparation courses (required for A+ Certification) and gain hands-on experience with computer diagnostics and repair. This will prepare you for entry-level employment in the areas of installation, upgrading, and maintaining personal computer systems and networks.

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Computer Maintenance and Networking Short-Term Certificate

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In this short-term certificate program, you’ll take the A+ Certification preparation courses (required for A+ Certification) and gain hands-on experience with computer diagnostics and repair. This will prepare you for entry-level employment in the areas of installation, upgrading, and maintaining personal computer systems and networks.

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Electronic Engineering Technology (Computer Maintenance and Networking), A.A.S.

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Building on the one-year Computer Maintenance & Networking certificate, this associate degree program provides a solid foundation in the principles of electronics. The program emphasizes the installation, maintenance, and repair of computer systems, networks, and associated equipment. You’ll receive comprehensive training in computer system structure, peripheral device operation, installation procedures, and troubleshooting practices – all through an extensive, hands-on curriculum.

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Information Systems Support One-Year Certificate

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For businesses with a technology-rich work environment to succeed, they must have highly skilled employees to provide technical support to their workforce. These employees must be well versed in a broad range of IT concepts, including software, databases, web and multimedia, hardware, and networking.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

A+ Certification

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An A+ certification is widely recognized as demonstrating expert knowledge in installing, configuring, upgrading, troubleshooting and repairing desktop systems. It prepares you to enter the world of information technology at a good pay rate, and you can easily build upon the core knowledge and competencies you gain through further education at LCCC and beyond.

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Computer and Digital Forensics One-Year Certificate

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Crime has a new face. No longer the masked man sneaking into a building, the modern criminal uses computers, networks, and technology to do his deeds. As a result, the new counter-criminal is a digital forensic expert who can prevent digital breaches, trace the steps of criminals across systems, and recover data.

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Computer Engineering Technology Certificate

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This program focuses on the design, application, installation, operations, and maintenance of computer networking and digital communications technologies. Along with a general electronics background, you’ll work with both software and hardware for computers and communications systems. Real-world experience with industry-specific equipment is emphasized, giving you the knowledge to work in your preferred industry and field.

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Computer Engineering Technology – Business Forensics Investigations Major, A.A.S.

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This Associate Degree program builds on the one-year Business Forensics Investigations certificate and brings together three professional areas – accounting, digital forensics, and criminal justice. It’s perfect for students interested in criminal justice, who have a knack for investigations, and who want to work in the business world identifying and preventing white-collar crime. Classes provide advanced knowledge and experience in forensic accounting, evidence collection, data recovery tools, proper criminal investigation practices, and preparation for litigation.

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Computer Engineering Technology- Computer and Digital Forensics Major, A.A.S.

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Building on the one-year Computer and Digital Forensics certificate, this Associate Degree program provides you with the skills necessary to enter a career in computer technology or digital forensics. It builds on a broad background in digital electronics and technical math, taking you to an advanced level in several areas, including computer networking, forensic investigative techniques, data recovery, and cyber-crime.

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Computer Information Systems – Network Administration Short-Term Certificate

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This short-term certificate program provides an intense and hands-on learning experience focused on server administration in a Windows environment. You’ll learn about network infrastructure, active directory, server virtualization, server security, fault tolerance, video conferencing, data management and security storage networks. You’ll install, configure and maintain file servers, application servers, web servers, e-mail servers, DNS servers and DHCP servers in both integrated and virtualized environments. We’ll also expose you to Linux based servers, giving you the knowledge to work as a network administrator in just about any environment.

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Computer Information Systems – Network Infrastructure Technologies/CCNA Short-Term Certificate

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Through this intense and technical short-term certificate program, you’ll be prepared to take the Cisco CCNA exam. You’ll gain a foundation in the support and implementation of data communication networks. You’ll enjoy hands-on experience with local area wireless and wide-area network technologies. And you’ll have the skills to implement and troubleshoot converged networks that support voice, video and data – all while adhering to fundamental security guidelines.

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Computer Maintenance and Networking One-Year Certificate

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Building on the skills learned in the related short-term certificate program, this one-year certificate program delves deeper into the knowledge and practical skills required to install, upgrade, and maintain personal computer systems and networks. Along with the A+ Certification preparation courses (required for A+ Certification) and computer diagnostics and repair courses, you’ll get an introduction to technical math and electrical circuitry.

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Computer Maintenance and Networking Short-Term Certificate

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In this short-term certificate program, you’ll take the A+ Certification preparation courses (required for A+ Certification) and gain hands-on experience with computer diagnostics and repair. This will prepare you for entry-level employment in the areas of installation, upgrading, and maintaining personal computer systems and networks.

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Computer Maintenance and Networking Short-Term Certificate

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In this short-term certificate program, you’ll take the A+ Certification preparation courses (required for A+ Certification) and gain hands-on experience with computer diagnostics and repair. This will prepare you for entry-level employment in the areas of installation, upgrading, and maintaining personal computer systems and networks.

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Cyber and Information Security, A.A.S.

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The field of cybersecurity is still evolving right along with technology, generating jobs at a much faster pace than the national average. In fact, information security jobs are projected to grow by 40 percent or more over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Cyber Security Bootcamp I

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The cybersecurity short term technical certificate provides a foundation in computing technology, information assurance, cybercrime investigation, ethical hacking and countermeasures, digital forensics, software exploitation, data integrity, risk assessment and mitigation techniques.

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Digital Forensics for Law Enforcement One Year Certificate

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Through the Digital Forensics for Law Enforcement one-year certificate, you’ll gain a thorough background in cyber-crime and be prepared to work forensic investigations of computers, networks, digital devices, cyberspace, and associated equipment. You’ll get hands-on training in evidence collection, data recovery tools, and proper investigative practices.

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Electronic Engineering Technology (Computer Maintenance and Networking), A.A.S.

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Building on the one-year Computer Maintenance & Networking certificate, this associate degree program provides a solid foundation in the principles of electronics. The program emphasizes the installation, maintenance, and repair of computer systems, networks, and associated equipment. You’ll receive comprehensive training in computer system structure, peripheral device operation, installation procedures, and troubleshooting practices – all through an extensive, hands-on curriculum.

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Electronic Engineering Technology – Applied Electronics One-Year Certificate

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This one-year certificate program is application oriented, hands-on, and focuses on the real-world use of standard and specialized test equipment. It will prepare you for an entry level position or internship in the field of electronics.

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Electronic Engineering Technology – Applied Electronics, A.A.S.

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Engineering technicians use the principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems in various industries. They may work with electrical machinery, electrical control equipment and circuitry, computers, and other electrical components. Typical job titles include engineering assistant, electronic test technician, instrumentation technician, field service representative, communication specialist, and sales engineer.

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Electronic Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Engineering technicians use the principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems in various industries. They may work with electrical machinery, electrical control equipment and circuitry, computers, and other electrical components. Typical job titles include engineering assistant, electronic test technician, instrumentation technician, field service representative, communication specialist, and sales engineer.

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Information Security for Business Short-Term Certificate

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With this certificate program, you’ll gain a well-rounded foundation in information security concepts. You’ll start by understanding risk concepts and how to address them through organizational elements and technology. You’ll then go deeper into such concerns as business continuity planning, policy development, physical security issues, legal compliance, investigative techniques, and accounting principles focused on the detection of fraud.

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Information Systems Support One-Year Certificate

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For businesses with a technology-rich work environment to succeed, they must have highly skilled employees to provide technical support to their workforce. These employees must be well versed in a broad range of IT concepts, including software, databases, web and multimedia, hardware, and networking.

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Network Communications Technology, A.A.B.

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Network Administration professionals are essential to organizations across many industries, company sizes, and type of businesses. Because they ensure that computer systems are able to communicate securely and efficiently, they can have a huge impact on the health of an organization. With an Associate of Applied Business in Network Communications Technology, you’ll be prepared to design, install, configure, test, and support these business networks.

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Network Security Foundations Short-Term Certificate

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Communication between computers and electronics devices is taken for granted these days. More than ever, this means that network security is vital to the health of companies, organizations, and the government. This short-term certificate program will expose you to the fundamentals of network security and provide you knowledge of policy development, best practices, risk assessment, application of tools, and known exploits.

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Software Development, A.A.S.

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Building software represents an opportunity to have a huge impact on the daily lives and efficiencies of computer users everywhere. The coursework for this degree begins with the Software Development Fundamentals Short-Term Certificate and expands to cover programming on computer platforms from microcomputers to mainframes. You’ll learn to design and develop software using the procedural and object-oriented languages most commonly used in business. Additional topics covered include database design and development and an introduction to networking.

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Data Security Management

A+ Certification

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An A+ certification is widely recognized as demonstrating expert knowledge in installing, configuring, upgrading, troubleshooting and repairing desktop systems. It prepares you to enter the world of information technology at a good pay rate, and you can easily build upon the core knowledge and competencies you gain through further education at LCCC and beyond.

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Computer and Digital Forensics One-Year Certificate

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Crime has a new face. No longer the masked man sneaking into a building, the modern criminal uses computers, networks, and technology to do his deeds. As a result, the new counter-criminal is a digital forensic expert who can prevent digital breaches, trace the steps of criminals across systems, and recover data.

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Computer Engineering Technology Certificate

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This program focuses on the design, application, installation, operations, and maintenance of computer networking and digital communications technologies. Along with a general electronics background, you’ll work with both software and hardware for computers and communications systems. Real-world experience with industry-specific equipment is emphasized, giving you the knowledge to work in your preferred industry and field.

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Computer Engineering Technology – Business Forensics Investigations Major, A.A.S.

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This Associate Degree program builds on the one-year Business Forensics Investigations certificate and brings together three professional areas – accounting, digital forensics, and criminal justice. It’s perfect for students interested in criminal justice, who have a knack for investigations, and who want to work in the business world identifying and preventing white-collar crime. Classes provide advanced knowledge and experience in forensic accounting, evidence collection, data recovery tools, proper criminal investigation practices, and preparation for litigation.

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Computer Engineering Technology- Computer and Digital Forensics Major, A.A.S.

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Building on the one-year Computer and Digital Forensics certificate, this Associate Degree program provides you with the skills necessary to enter a career in computer technology or digital forensics. It builds on a broad background in digital electronics and technical math, taking you to an advanced level in several areas, including computer networking, forensic investigative techniques, data recovery, and cyber-crime.

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Cyber and Information Security, A.A.S.

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The field of cybersecurity is still evolving right along with technology, generating jobs at a much faster pace than the national average. In fact, information security jobs are projected to grow by 40 percent or more over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Cyber Security Bootcamp I

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The cybersecurity short term technical certificate provides a foundation in computing technology, information assurance, cybercrime investigation, ethical hacking and countermeasures, digital forensics, software exploitation, data integrity, risk assessment and mitigation techniques.

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Digital Forensics for Law Enforcement One Year Certificate

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Through the Digital Forensics for Law Enforcement one-year certificate, you’ll gain a thorough background in cyber-crime and be prepared to work forensic investigations of computers, networks, digital devices, cyberspace, and associated equipment. You’ll get hands-on training in evidence collection, data recovery tools, and proper investigative practices.

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Electronic Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Engineering technicians use the principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems in various industries. They may work with electrical machinery, electrical control equipment and circuitry, computers, and other electrical components. Typical job titles include engineering assistant, electronic test technician, instrumentation technician, field service representative, communication specialist, and sales engineer.

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Information Security for Business Short-Term Certificate

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With this certificate program, you’ll gain a well-rounded foundation in information security concepts. You’ll start by understanding risk concepts and how to address them through organizational elements and technology. You’ll then go deeper into such concerns as business continuity planning, policy development, physical security issues, legal compliance, investigative techniques, and accounting principles focused on the detection of fraud.

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Network Security Foundations Short-Term Certificate

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Communication between computers and electronics devices is taken for granted these days. More than ever, this means that network security is vital to the health of companies, organizations, and the government. This short-term certificate program will expose you to the fundamentals of network security and provide you knowledge of policy development, best practices, risk assessment, application of tools, and known exploits.

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Software Developer

Blockchain Engineering Technology

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The blockchain program provides a solid foundation in the principles of blockchain technology, with an emphasis on the development, deployment, maintenance and troubleshooting of blockchains, distributed applications and smart contracts. Along with a broad general information technology background, students are given comprehensive information and training in computer programming languages that are pertinent to blockchain technology and related applications.

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Mobile Device Application Development Short-Term Certificate

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You’ll learn to design and develop applications for modern mobile computing platforms including the iPhone/iPad and Android phones and tablets. You’ll also learn to write web-based applications specifically targeted at mobile devices. A course in entrepreneurship is included to promote the entrepreneurial aspect of mobile application development.

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Mobile Device Application Development, A.A.S.

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You’ll learn to design and develop applications for modern mobile computing platforms including the iPhone/iPad and Android phones and tablets. You’ll also learn to write web-based applications specifically targeted at mobile devices. In order to provide you with a well-rounded information technology education, additional topics will include database design, computer networking, and systems design. Of course, general education courses in composition, communications, and mathematics ensure that you’re ready for the professional world.

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Software Development Fundamentals Short-Term Certificate

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Building software represents an opportunity to have a huge impact on the daily lives and efficiencies of computer users everywhere. The coursework places an emphasis on the very popular Microsoft.NET and JAVA development technologies. You’ll also gain fundamental skills and knowledge in general software development strategies.

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Software Development, A.A.S.

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Building software represents an opportunity to have a huge impact on the daily lives and efficiencies of computer users everywhere. The coursework for this degree begins with the Software Development Fundamentals Short-Term Certificate and expands to cover programming on computer platforms from microcomputers to mainframes. You’ll learn to design and develop software using the procedural and object-oriented languages most commonly used in business. Additional topics covered include database design and development and an introduction to networking.

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Web Development, A.A.S.

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The Web has disrupted old industries and created a new world of business opportunities. An Associate of Applied Business in Web Development will give you the knowledge to develop, administer, and support websites and internet applications in this new, digital economy. You’ll have the chance to work on everything from simple marketing sites to client-server internet applications. Additional topics will include integrating Internet and enterprise-wide databases, understanding middleware issues, building robust Internet applications, and designing dynamic web portals.

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Web Programming Fundamentals Short-Term Certificate

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With this short-term certificate program, you’ll be prepared to develop simple web sites and be exposed to a variety of technologies and principles. Courses cover HTML, XHTML, CSS, XML, JavaScript, server side scripting languages (PHP, ASP.NET or equivalent), database design, SQL and AJAX basic programming logic. They also cover web design and multimedia fundamentals.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Engineering Technology Certificate

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This program focuses on the design, application, installation, operations, and maintenance of computer networking and digital communications technologies. Along with a general electronics background, you’ll work with both software and hardware for computers and communications systems. Real-world experience with industry-specific equipment is emphasized, giving you the knowledge to work in your preferred industry and field.

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Electronic Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Engineering technicians use the principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems in various industries. They may work with electrical machinery, electrical control equipment and circuitry, computers, and other electrical components. Typical job titles include engineering assistant, electronic test technician, instrumentation technician, field service representative, communication specialist, and sales engineer.

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Database Administrator

Information Systems Support One-Year Certificate

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For businesses with a technology-rich work environment to succeed, they must have highly skilled employees to provide technical support to their workforce. These employees must be well versed in a broad range of IT concepts, including software, databases, web and multimedia, hardware, and networking.

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Healthcare Industry

Nurse - LPN / LVN

Advanced Placement Nursing Program, A.A.S.

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The associate degree nursing program prepares graduates to function as registered nurses in hospitals, nursing homes and other health care agencies. Registered nurses promote health for clients through hygienic care; teaching; assessment of body systems; implementation of the nursing process, including treatment modalities ordered by the physician; and rehabilitative care. Upon completion of the program, the graduate is eligible to take the NCLEX examination for licensure as a registered nurse. Lorain County Community College has articulation agreements with colleges and universities including programs offered by Lorain County Community College’s University Partnership.

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Firelands Advanced Placement LPN to RN, A.A.S.

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Students receive advanced placement into clinical courses, an advantage which is earned by the successful completion of an LPN program. Those needing support courses to enter the program may complete these courses at BGSU FC or LCCC.

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Firelands Associate Degree Nursing, A.A.S.

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Lorain County Community College (Elyria, Ohio) and Bowling Green State University Firelands College (Huron, Ohio) join in a partnership that brings an Associate’s Degree (RN) Nursing Program to residents of Erie, Ottawa, Huron and Sandusky counties. Although offered jointly, all nursing courses are held at BGSU FC and are taught by LCCC Nursing Faculty. The clinical component of the program is completed at health care facilities in Bellevue, Huron, Norwalk, Lorain, or Sandusky.

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Practical Nursing

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Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) care for the sick, injured, convalescent and disabled under the direction of licensed physicians, dentists, podiatrists, optometrists or registered nurses. They work directly with patients to provide care such as taking vital signs, administering medications (where state law allows), applying dressings, collecting blood and fluid samples for laboratory testing, observing and recording the impact of treatments, and providing physical and emotional support.

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Registered Nurse, A.A.S.

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Registered nurses (RNs) provide direct care to patients by working with physicians to diagnose and treat disease; observing, assessing and recording symptoms and progress; and assisting in convalescence and rehabilitation. They also work with families and communities to instruct in proper patient care, promote health and wellness, prevent disease, and cope with illness.

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Laboratory Technician

Clinical Lab Science, A.A.S.

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Proper treatment of healthcare patients always depends on an accurate diagnosis. Now more than ever, physicians rely on laboratory test results to make these diagnoses and monitor the results of their therapies. While clinical laboratory personnel have minimal patient contact, they play a crucial role on the health care team by examining and analyzing body fluids, tissues and cells in order to detect and diagnose disease. They perform complex chemical, biological, hematological, immunologic, microscopic, and bacteriological tests using state-of-the-art computerized instrumentation and microscopes. They may work in several areas of the clinical laboratory or specialize in just one.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene, A.A.S.

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Dental hygienists are licensed health professionals who provide preventive and therapeutic care in the management of oral diseases. As a hygienist, you’ll conduct oral examinations, provide preventive dental health care, expose and process dental radiographs, and help educate patients about oral health and its impact on the entire body. As we learn more about the impact of dental health on the whole body, the role of the hygienist may become even more crucial. Your education about the importance of good oral health can have an impact on your patients’ well-being.

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Medical Sonographer

Diagnostic Medical Sonography, A.A.S.

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The LCCC sonography program provides a well-rounded and generalized education that includes training in abdominal (liver, kidneys, spleen and pancreas) and obstetrics/gynecology (the female reproductive system and pregnancies) with an introduction into vascular (blood flows). Sonographers may also specialize in vascular (blood flows), pediatrics, breast and musculoskeletal areas.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting One-Year Certificate

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In this program, you’ll get an introduction to the medical field as an assistant to a physician. You’ll learn the basics of procedures used in medical exams, how to use laboratory equipment, medical terminology, and business procedures used in health care facilities. Upon completion of the program, you’ll be eligible to sit for examination through the AAMA (American Association of Medical Assistants) to become a Certified Medical Assistant (CMA).

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Medical Assisting – Administrative Focus, A.A.S.

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In this program, you’ll get an introduction to the medical field as an assistant to a physician, focusing on the business skills needed to manage an office. You’ll learn about insurance billing and medical coding, as well as bookkeeping, business law, and human resources as they apply to a medical office. You’ll also learn the basics of procedures used in medical exams, specimen collection practices, medical terminology and patient care.

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Medical Assisting – Clinical Focus, A.A.S.

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In this program, you’ll get an introduction to the medical field as an assistant to a physician, focusing on clinical skills such as phlebotomy and the use of laboratory equipment. You’ll also learn the basics of procedures used in medical exams, medical terminology, and patient care as well as business procedures used in health care facilities.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.A.S.

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Occupational therapists help people of all ages gain skills needed to take part in meaningful daily activities. Common occupational therapy interventions include helping children with disabilities to participate fully in school and social situations, helping people recovering from injury to regain skills, and providing supports for older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy

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Proper treatment of healthcare patients always depends on an accurate diagnosis, and blood tests are often an important factor in that process. A phlebotomist is the highly-trained professional who collects blood specimens as well as other body fluids for laboratory testing. In many environments, the role of phlebotomist has evolved to include many other responsibilities besides specimen collection, so education in basic laboratory testing procedures is essential.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S.

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Physical therapist assistants work under the supervision of a physical therapist to help implement treatment programs that help to improve a patient’s mobility, alleviate functional limitations, and prevent or correct disabilities. PTAs can assist patients who want to overcome conditions such as pain, arthritis, orthopedic injuries, neurological conditions, medical illness, pediatric problems and conditions related to aging.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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Radiologic technologists, also called radiographers, produce X-ray images of all parts of the human body for diagnosis of medical problems. They are responsible for ensuring that the radiographs are of the highest quality by operating the equipment and positioning the patient carefully and accurately. Radiologic technologists often specialize in specific techniques, such as mammography, CT or MRI scanning. These specialties are sometimes learned on the job or may require additional education.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care Technology, A.A.S.

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Respiratory Care is the allied health profession that cares for patients with deficiencies and abnormalities of the cardiopulmonary system. The respiratory therapist sees a diverse group of patients ranging from newborn and pediatric to adult and elderly patients. Respiratory therapists are involved in critical care and work closely with physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals. Respiratory therapists work under the direction of a physician and assist in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of patients with cardiopulmonary disorders.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

State Tested Nurse Assisting

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Nurse aides, also known as nursing assistants, geriatric aides, unlicensed assistive personnel, or hospital attendants, perform routine tasks under the supervision of nursing and medical staff. They perform some clinical tasks and work directly with patients to provide care such as dressing, feeding, bathing and observation.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology, A.A.S.

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In the LCCC Surgical Technology program, you’ll learn general surgical practices as well as those specific to surgical specialties such as gynecology, urology, ear, nose, throat, orthopedic, cardiac, vascular, thoracic, plastic and reconstructive, obstetrics, ophthalmic, oral, maxillofacial, and neurosurgery.

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Construction Industry

Welder

Advanced Welding Short-Term Technical Certificate

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The Advanced Welding short-term technical certificate recognizes the student who has completed a core group of welding courses. This collection of courses will provide the student with specialized knowledge and skills to be prepared for entry-level employment in a variety of industries that utilize advanced welding positions and processes. Students that excel in the program may be qualified to take certain welding certification tests. Lorain County Community College has articulation agreements with colleges and universities including programs offered by Lorain County Community College’s University Partnership.

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Basic Welding Short-Term Certificate

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The Basic Welding Short-Term Certificate program is designed to provide you with the specialized knowledge and skills to be prepared for entry-level employment in a variety of industries that utilize welding. An emphasis is placed on basic welding skills, code and regulations and the fundamental knowledge to be successful on the job.

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Welding Operator One-Year Certificate

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The Welding Operator One-Year Certificate program is designed to provide you with the specialized knowledge and skills to be prepared for entry-level employment as a welding technician. As a welding technician, you’ll inspect welded joints to ensure company standards, national code requirements and customer job specifications are met. You’ll also assist welding engineering personnel in development and application of new and improved welding equipment, welding techniques, procedures and practices, and specifications for heat treating.

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Welding Technology Short-Term Certificate

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The Welding Technology Short-Term Certificate program is designed to provide you with the specialized knowledge and skills to be prepared for entry-level employment in a variety of industries that utilize welding. An emphasis is placed on basic welding skills and the fundamental knowledge to be successful on the job.

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Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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The program is a stand-alone, two-year, full-time program that will provide you with the knowledge and skills to become a professional welding technician. As a welding technician, you’ll act as a liaison between the welding engineer and the welder. You’ll inspect welded joints to ensure company standards, national code requirements and customer job specifications are met. You’ll also assist welding engineering personnel in development and application of new and improved welding equipment, welding techniques, procedures and practices, and specifications for heat treating

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Welding Visual Inspection Short-Term Technical Certificate

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The short-term certificate recognizes the student who has completed a core group of welding courses in welding and visual inspection. The collection of courses will provide the student with specialized knowledge and skills to be prepared for entry-level employment in a variety of industries that utilize welding. Lorain County Community College has articulation agreements with colleges and universities including programs offered by LCCC’s University Partnership.

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Metal Fabricator

Advanced Welding Short-Term Technical Certificate

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The Advanced Welding short-term technical certificate recognizes the student who has completed a core group of welding courses. This collection of courses will provide the student with specialized knowledge and skills to be prepared for entry-level employment in a variety of industries that utilize advanced welding positions and processes. Students that excel in the program may be qualified to take certain welding certification tests. Lorain County Community College has articulation agreements with colleges and universities including programs offered by Lorain County Community College’s University Partnership.

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Basic Welding Short-Term Certificate

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The Basic Welding Short-Term Certificate program is designed to provide you with the specialized knowledge and skills to be prepared for entry-level employment in a variety of industries that utilize welding. An emphasis is placed on basic welding skills, code and regulations and the fundamental knowledge to be successful on the job.

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Welding Operator One-Year Certificate

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The Welding Operator One-Year Certificate program is designed to provide you with the specialized knowledge and skills to be prepared for entry-level employment as a welding technician. As a welding technician, you’ll inspect welded joints to ensure company standards, national code requirements and customer job specifications are met. You’ll also assist welding engineering personnel in development and application of new and improved welding equipment, welding techniques, procedures and practices, and specifications for heat treating.

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Welding Technology Short-Term Certificate

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The Welding Technology Short-Term Certificate program is designed to provide you with the specialized knowledge and skills to be prepared for entry-level employment in a variety of industries that utilize welding. An emphasis is placed on basic welding skills and the fundamental knowledge to be successful on the job.

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Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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The program is a stand-alone, two-year, full-time program that will provide you with the knowledge and skills to become a professional welding technician. As a welding technician, you’ll act as a liaison between the welding engineer and the welder. You’ll inspect welded joints to ensure company standards, national code requirements and customer job specifications are met. You’ll also assist welding engineering personnel in development and application of new and improved welding equipment, welding techniques, procedures and practices, and specifications for heat treating

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Architectural Drafter

Computer Aided Design Operator One-Year Certificate

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Computer Aided Design (CAD) has replaced the manual drafting process and allows three-dimensional design of parts and components in industries that include automotive, steel, plastics, and more. The designs that CAD operators produce are used to control automated machines through CAM (computer aided machining), so it is an essential skill for the manufacturing process. While many people believe that all manufacturing has moved offshore, Ohio’s manufacturing industry – particularly in the CAD/CAM space – is still alive and well. In fact, it offers excellent job opportunities for skilled CAD operators.

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Computer Aided Design – Short-Term Certificate

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Computer Aided Design (CAD) has replaced the manual drafting process and allows three-dimensional design of parts and components in industries that include automotive, steel, plastics, and more. The designs that CAD operators produce are used to control automated machines through CAM (computer aided machining), so it is an essential skill for the manufacturing process. While many people believe that all manufacturing has moved offshore, Ohio’s manufacturing industry – particularly in the CAD/CAM space – is still alive and well. In fact, it offers excellent job opportunities for skilled CAD operators.

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Construction Technology – Construction Engineering, A.A.S.

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Construction engineers help with designing, planning, and managing construction projects. They may work on residential property or more complex commercial or industrial buildings. They must be problem-solvers who understand all facets of the construction process, and they must have the skills to keep a project on-time and on-budget while working and communicating with a variety of people. The Construction Engineering program at LCCC focuses on developing a well-rounded individual with training and experience in all of these areas.

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Construction Technology – Construction Management, A.A.S.

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Construction managers are responsible for planning and coordinating construction projects from start to finish. They may work on residential property or more complex commercial or industrial buildings. They need to have a keen attention to detail, understand all facets of the construction process, manage budgets, use complex software and be able to think on their feet. The Construction Management program at LCCC focuses on developing a well-rounded individual with training and experience in all of these areas.

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Residential Building and Renovation One-Year Certificate

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Building on the Construction & Renovation Tradesman Short-Term Certificate, this one-year certificate program is designed to further your technical construction skills and provide an introduction to topics such as architecture, technical mathematics, and computer aided drafting.

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Construction and Renovation Tradesman Short-Term Certificate

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This program is designed to provide you with fundamental knowledge and hands-on experience in a variety of trades, including carpentry, electricity, HVAC, and plumbing

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Construction and Renovation Tradesman Short-Term Certificate

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This program is designed to provide you with fundamental knowledge and hands-on experience in a variety of trades, including carpentry, electricity, HVAC, and plumbing

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Construction and Renovation Tradesman Short-Term Certificate

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This program is designed to provide you with fundamental knowledge and hands-on experience in a variety of trades, including carpentry, electricity, HVAC, and plumbing

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HVAC Technician

Construction and Renovation Tradesman Short-Term Certificate

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This program is designed to provide you with fundamental knowledge and hands-on experience in a variety of trades, including carpentry, electricity, HVAC, and plumbing

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Electrician

Construction and Renovation Tradesman Short-Term Certificate

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This program is designed to provide you with fundamental knowledge and hands-on experience in a variety of trades, including carpentry, electricity, HVAC, and plumbing

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Industrial Electrical Technician – One Year Certificate

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As manufacturing equipment becomes more advanced and complex, trained and skilled technicians are needed. As an industrial electrician, you may perform a variety of functions related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in an industrial plant or worksite. Your work may involve testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of the electrical components. In addition, you may read and interpret blueprints and specifications, as well as remain current on electrical code specifications for the area.

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Industrial Electrical Technician – Short-Term Certificate

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As manufacturing equipment becomes more advanced and complex, trained and skilled technicians are needed. As an industrial electrician, you may perform a variety of functions related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in an industrial plant or worksite. Your work may involve testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of the electrical components. In addition, you may read and interpret blueprints and specifications, as well as remain current on electrical code specifications for the area.

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Plumber

Construction and Renovation Tradesman Short-Term Certificate

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This program is designed to provide you with fundamental knowledge and hands-on experience in a variety of trades, including carpentry, electricity, HVAC, and plumbing

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Manufacturing Industry

Automation Engineering Technologies – Systems Specialist, A.A.S.

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Building on the Short-Term Maintenance Technician Certificate program, this Associate degree program will train you to be a “systems specialist,” focusing on the engineering, programming, and integration of advanced technologies for systems integration. For example, you’ll learn to combine different automated equipment – such as robots – into coordinated systems that complete specific tasks like loading/unloading machines, sorting, inspecting, and assembling parts. An emphasis is placed on installing and operating robots and other industrial material handling and processing technologies. Graduates go on to become systems design technicians, factory sales/service representatives, applications engineers, installation supervisors, systems integrators, or production supervisors.

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Automation Engineering Technology – Maintenance/Repair, A.A.S.

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Building on the Short-Term Maintenance Technician Certificate program, this Associate degree program will train you to repair, troubleshoot, and maintain automated equipment such as robots and computer numerical control (CNC) machines. With extensive hands-on training in robotics, electrical circuits, computer aided drafting, programmable logic controllers, and instrumentation and control, you’ll have the skills necessary to become a valued member of a manufacturing team. Employment opportunities include field service representative, factory service representative, maintenance technician, automation repair technician, robotics technician, or maintenance supervisor.

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Industrial Mechanical Technician – Short-Term Certificate

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As manufacturing equipment becomes more advanced and complex, trained and skilled technicians are needed. As an industrial mechanic, you may install, test, maintain, and repair mechanical systems such as conveying systems, production machinery, and packaging equipment. Your job will be to keep the manufacturing equipment running smoothly in order to ensure continuous operations.

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Maintenance Technician Short-Term Certificate

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The Short-Term Maintenance Technician Certificate program will train you to become a maintenance technician for automated equipment such as robots and computer numerical control (CNC) equipment. This certificate offers the broad-based skills and hands-on experience needed to start a career in maintaining these high technology systems. Employment opportunities include field service representative, factory service representative, maintenance technician, automation repair technician, robotics technician, or maintenance supervisor.

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Mechatronics Technology – Micro Electromechanical Systems

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LCCC’s mechatronics program is an exciting, job-focused program that will give you an understanding of how MEMS are designed and fabricated and prepare you to work as an entry-level technician. We’ve partnered with six different Northeast Ohio microelectronics companies who looking for trained workers to ensure that our classes teach you exactly what they want you to know on the job.

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Micro Electromechanical Systems (MEMS) One-Year Certificate

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LCCC’s mechatronics program is an exciting, job-focused program that will give you an understanding of how MEMS are designed and fabricated and prepare you to work as an entry-level technician. We’ve partnered with six different Northeastern Ohio microelectronics companies who looking for trained workers to ensure that our classes teach you exactly what they want you to know on the job.

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Micro Electromechanical Systems (MEMS) Short-Term Certificate

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LCCC’s Mechatronics Program is an exciting, job-focused program that will give you an understanding of how MEMS are designed and fabricated and prepare you to work as an entry-level technician. We’ve partnered with six different Northeastern Ohio microelectronics companies who looking for trained workers to ensure that our classes teach you exactly what they want you to know on the job.

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Machinist

Computer Aided Machining/Manufacturing Process Short-Term Certificate

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The Computer Aided Machining (CAM)/Manufacturing Processes Short-Term Certificate program is designed to provide you with the knowledge and practical skills necessary for entry-level employment in the manufacturing processes or computer numerical control (CNC) field. You’ll get an excellent background in math and problem solving as well as real-world training with modern equipment.

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology – Computer Aided Machining, A.A.S.

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Many people believe that all manufacturing has moved offshore, but Ohio’s manufacturing industry is still alive and well. In fact, it remains one of Ohio’s most important economic activities, and it offers excellent job opportunities for skilled machine operators, programmers and technicians. Computer Aided Machining (CAM) is an important part of the manufacturing process as it facilitates the control of automated machines to product parts.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Computer-Aided Machining Operator One-Year Certificate

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Many people believe that all manufacturing has moved offshore, but Ohio’s manufacturing industry is still alive and well. In fact, it remains one of Ohio’s most important economic activities, and it offers excellent job opportunities for skilled machine operators, programmers and technicians. Computer Aided Machining (CAM) is an important part of the manufacturing process as it facilitates the control of automated machines to product parts.

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Industrial Internet of Things, A.A.S.

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The industrial internet of things (IIoT) enhances manufacturing processes with the use of smart sensors. These smart machines make data and analytics available in real time so companies can improve efficiency, saving time and money.

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Industrial Mechanical Technician One-Year Certificate

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As manufacturing equipment becomes more advanced and complex, trained and skilled technicians are needed. As an industrial mechanic, you may install, test, maintain, and repair mechanical systems such as conveying systems, production machinery, and packaging equipment. Your job will be to keep the manufacturing equipment running smoothly in order to ensure continuous operations.

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology – Computer Aided Machining, A.A.S.

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Many people believe that all manufacturing has moved offshore, but Ohio’s manufacturing industry is still alive and well. In fact, it remains one of Ohio’s most important economic activities, and it offers excellent job opportunities for skilled machine operators, programmers and technicians. Computer Aided Machining (CAM) is an important part of the manufacturing process as it facilitates the control of automated machines to product parts.

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology – Industrial Electrical Technician, A.A.S.

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As manufacturing equipment becomes more advanced and complex, trained and skilled technicians are needed. As an industrial electrician, you may perform a variety of functions related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in an industrial plant or worksite. Your work may involve testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of the electrical components. In addition, you may read and interpret blueprints and specifications, as well as remain current on electrical code specifications for the area.

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology – Industrial Mechanical Technician, A.A.S.

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As manufacturing equipment becomes more advanced and complex, trained and skilled technicians are needed. As an industrial mechanic, you may install, test, maintain, and repair mechanical systems such as conveying systems, production machinery, and packaging equipment. Your job will be to keep the manufacturing equipment running smoothly in order to ensure continuous operations.

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology – Mechanical Design, A.A.S.

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Computer Aided Design (CAD) has replaced the manual drafting process and allows three-dimensional design of parts and components in industries that include automotive, steel, plastics, and more. The designs that CAD operators produce are used to control automated machines through CAM (computer aided machining), so it is an essential skill for the manufacturing process. While many people believe that all manufacturing has moved offshore, Ohio’s manufacturing industry – particularly in the CAD/CAM space – is still alive and well. In fact, it offers excellent job opportunities for skilled CAD operators.

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Electrician

Manufacturing Engineering Technology – Industrial Electrical Technician, A.A.S.

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As manufacturing equipment becomes more advanced and complex, trained and skilled technicians are needed. As an industrial electrician, you may perform a variety of functions related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in an industrial plant or worksite. Your work may involve testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of the electrical components. In addition, you may read and interpret blueprints and specifications, as well as remain current on electrical code specifications for the area.

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Architectural Drafter

Manufacturing Engineering Technology – Mechanical Design, A.A.S.

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Computer Aided Design (CAD) has replaced the manual drafting process and allows three-dimensional design of parts and components in industries that include automotive, steel, plastics, and more. The designs that CAD operators produce are used to control automated machines through CAM (computer aided machining), so it is an essential skill for the manufacturing process. While many people believe that all manufacturing has moved offshore, Ohio’s manufacturing industry – particularly in the CAD/CAM space – is still alive and well. In fact, it offers excellent job opportunities for skilled CAD operators.

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Business Industry

Bookkeeper

Bookkeeper

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The Bookkeeper I Short-Term Certificate prepares you for employment in an entry level bookkeeper position. You'll learn the basics of accounting and payroll, be introduced to spreadsheet and accounting software, and gain practice with routine clerical functions.

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Business in Accounting

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The accounting associate degree program prepares you for employment as an accountant, payroll professional or treasurer. The fundamental accounting and finance skills you learn will apply in nearly every type of business, industry and government. You'll also gain experience with technology including accounting software and spreadsheet programs. Business classes in this pathway ensure that you have a well-rounded background to understand many aspects of running a successful business.

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Office Manager

Business Management

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The business management one-year certificate offers a well-rounded introduction to the basic skills needed in business. It builds upon the short-term general business administration certificate, going deeper into many of the functional areas. In addition to accounting, legal principles, economics, technology, and writing, you'll learn communications, entrepreneurship and advanced math or reasoning skills.

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Real Estate Appraiser

Real Estate Short-Term Technical Certificate

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The four real estate courses must be completed before you can take the Ohio Department of Real Estate Sales Exam. The courses are taught by experienced experts in the field. Our real estate curriculum is fully approved by the Ohio Department of Real Estate. You may complete all four courses during one semester, or schedule classes over multiple semesters.

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Real Estate, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare individuals for employment in the field of real estate. The four real estate courses satisfy the pre-license education requirement for the State of Ohio Real Estate Salesperson’s License examination, and completion of this program may meet the education requirement for an Ohio Real Estate Broker’s license. Lorain County Community College has articulation agreements with colleges and universities including programs offered by Lorain County Community College’s University Partnership. Any student interested in pursuing a bachelor degree needs to check with the university to which he/she is transferring for course requirements.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Computer Animation One-Year Certificate

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In this one-year certificate program, you’ll take courses in art, design, digital art, and software development. You’ll learn to storyboard, design, and develop 2D and 3D animations and motion graphics. You’ll also complete fundamental college learning courses, providing you with a well-rounded background.

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Graphic Design

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The One Year Certification in Graphic Design from the Department of Visual Arts represents the successful completion of select courses in Art, Design, Digital Art that prepares individuals to design, develop, and implement visual solutions for a variety of contexts, including print and digital media. Successful completion of this certificate prepares the student for employment in graphic design, or for further study in art, design, or web development. Certification is well suited for the individuals with professional experience seeking to add to their skill set.

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AV Technician

Photography One Year Certificate

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LCCC’s photography program is a creative and hands-on experience with art, photography, design and digital art. Through it, you’ll learn to produce traditional and digital solutions for a variety of contexts, including websites, print media and fine art. The one-year certificate program will prepare you for employment in the area of photographic production or for further study in art, photography, or design.

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Public Service Industry

Correctional Officer

Corrections, A.A.S.

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Correctional officers are charged with overseeing individuals who have been arrested, are awaiting trial or other hearing, or who have been convicted of a crime and sentenced to serve time in a corrections facility. They maintain and observe inmate behavior to prevent disturbances and escapes.

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Police Science – One Year Certificate

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This one-year program will provide a well-rounded introduction to criminal law, American government, investigative techniques, and safety and first aid. It will prepare you for entry-level employment in a variety of law enforcement positions, including private or retail security management, as a patrol officer for local law enforcement, or as a corrections officer.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education Short-Term Certificate

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This short-term certificate has been designed for those students who wish to be employed as a teacher or teachers’ aid in a preschool, daycare, or in-home childcare setting. You may earn this certificate in just one semester and will gain a broad range of skills in behavior and classroom management, creating enriching and fun activities that encourage learning, understanding child development, fostering early literacy, and working with children with special needs.

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Early Childhood Education – Infant and Toddler Short-Term Certificate

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This short-term certificate has been designed for those students who are interested in working with children ages six weeks to three years. You may earn this certificate in just one semester. You’ll gain a broad range skills and knowledge focused on infant developmental characteristics, curriculum organization, classroom programming, observation and record keeping.

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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When you graduate with an Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education, you have the opportunity to have a major impact on the youngest students. Early childhood education is no longer viewed as glorified babysitting. Instead, as an early childhood teacher, you’ll teach early literacy, shape behaviors and cognitive development, and model the social skills students need to successfully participate in their communities.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services – Paramedic

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Automobile accident injuries, heart attacks, near drowning, unscheduled childbirths, poisonings and gunshot wounds all demand urgent medical attention. Paramedics are often the first responders that assess a patient’s needs and give immediate, life-saving care. Their job requires an extensive knowledge of emergency medicine as well as a calm demeanor.

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Emergency Medical Services – Short-Term Certificate

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Automobile accident injuries, heart attacks, near drowning, unscheduled childbirths, poisonings and gunshot wounds all demand urgent medical attention. Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) are often the first responders that assess a patient’s needs, give immediate care, and transport patients to medical facilities. Their job requires an extensive knowledge of emergency medicine as well as a calm demeanor and excellent driving skills.

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Firefighter

Fire Science, A.A.S.

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Who hasn’t dreamed of being a firefighter? The adventure of battling a blaze, rescuing a victim, saving property … it may not always be as glamorous as you thought as a child, but firefighting can be every bit as rewarding as you imagined. Employment of firefighters is expected to increase 7 percent through 2022, more slowly than the average for all occupations, but applicants who are physically fit, have high test scores, and those with paramedic certification should have the best job prospects.

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Police Officer

Police Science – One Year Certificate

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This one-year program will provide a well-rounded introduction to criminal law, American government, investigative techniques, and safety and first aid. It will prepare you for entry-level employment in a variety of law enforcement positions, including private or retail security management, as a patrol officer for local law enforcement, or as a corrections officer.

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Criminal Investigator

Police Science – One Year Certificate

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This one-year program will provide a well-rounded introduction to criminal law, American government, investigative techniques, and safety and first aid. It will prepare you for entry-level employment in a variety of law enforcement positions, including private or retail security management, as a patrol officer for local law enforcement, or as a corrections officer.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts

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This coursework expands on the Kitchen Essentials One-Year Certificate and provides an opportunity to really understand food. From the preparation of simple dishes to the creation of international cuisine, you will learn a variety of cooking skills and techniques through intense, hands-on instruction. Emphasis is also placed on safety, sanitation, nutrition and health.

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Kitchen Essentials

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The coursework for the one-year certificate in culinary arts provides hands-on instruction in a variety of basic cooking and baking techniques. In addition, you'll gain essential knowledge about food prep safety, nutrition, and kitchen management. The certificate gives you the basic foundational skills for entry level employment in various types of restaurants and food businesses.

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Casino Manager

Hospitality and Tourism Management

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Professionals in this field work in hotels, travel companies, or casinos. They may enjoy a job that introduces them to interesting people from all over the world, allows international travel, or puts them in the middle of the excitement of a casino gaming floor.

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