Moraine Valley Community College

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Public Service Industry

Social Services Assistant

American Sign Language (ASL) Interpretation Certificate

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This program provides students with knowledge, skills and practical experience to become successfully employed as interpreters. This job requires accurately conveying messages between two different languages — spoken language and sign language. Graduates will have a broad understanding of the support services available to deaf persons as well as extensive knowledge of deaf culture. They also will be prepared to take the state interpreter credentialing test and work as an entry-level interpreter.

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Preschool Teacher

Before and After School Care Certificate

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This program provides knowledge including the legal requirements for administering and running a before and after school program.

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Early Childhood Educator Level 3 Certificate

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This program prepares students for a career in early childhood education with children ages three to eight years old. It provides opportunities for students to build on the skills established in the Early Childhood Educator Level 2 certificate and to develop the additional necessary skills and theoretical practice to work in a variety of educational settings in schools, families, and communities from ages three to eight years old.

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Infant/Toddler Level 3 Certificate

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This program prepares students for a career in early childhood education in the infant and toddlers field. It provides opportunities for students to build on the skills established in the Infant/Toddler Level 2 Certificate and to develop the additional necessary skills and theoretical practice to work in a variety of educational settings in schools, families, and communities from birth to age 4.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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An A.A.S degree in Criminal Justice can help you improve the quality of life in your community, and give you a career you can be proud of. Get introduced to essential concepts and acquire valuable knowledge that will aid you in your career within the criminal justice system. Moraine Valley's program prepares students for entry-level careers, including careers in policing, the courts and corrections.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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An A.A.S degree in Criminal Justice can help you improve the quality of life in your community, and give you a career you can be proud of. Get introduced to essential concepts and acquire valuable knowledge that will aid you in your career within the criminal justice system. Moraine Valley's program prepares students for entry-level careers, including careers in policing, the courts and corrections.

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Firefighter

Fire Service Operations, A.A.S.

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Using appropriate methods and equipment, fire science personnel attack and extinguish fires, cope with hazardous materials incidents, and are familiar with rescue techniques. In addition, they can administer emergency medical assistance to injured persons, maintain fire-fighting apparatus and equipment, and are knowledgeable of general building construction and related building codes.

Fire science personnel may work in urban and suburban areas, airports, chemical plants, other industrial sites, and rural areas like grasslands and forests.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Studies, Certificate

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This program prepares the next generation of educated, ethical legal professionals who provide support to lawyers, judges, and others in the legal community. The program’s goals and objectives are identical to those of the Paralegal Studies AAS degree except it is suited to completers of the Associate in Science (AS), Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Engineering Science (AES), Associate in Fine Arts (AFA), or higher postsecondary degrees. Associate in Applied Science (AAS) or Associate in General Studies (AGS) degree holders need to meet with an academic advisor to determine eligibility for the program and if needed develop a bridge program to satisfy the Paralegal Studies AAS general education requirements.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Paramedic Certificate

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35-credit hour Paramedic Certificate Program prepares the Emergency Medical Technician to meet license standards to be an advanced life support provider in accordance with the Illinois Department of Public Health Emergency Medical Services Act. The program is offered at Advocate Christ Hospital and Medical Center in cooperation with Moraine Valley Community College.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architectural CAD Certificate

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This program prepares the student for a career in the architecture and civil engineering fields as a CAD specialist. Two- and three-dimensional animated computer images are created, edited, and produced.

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AutoCAD Specialist Certificate

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This program is designed to provide extensive breadth and depth of knowledge of AutoCAD design software. Students will complete courses utilizing two-dimensional and three-dimensional drawing and modeling. The courses are not discipline-specific, but instead focus on the software.

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Autodesk Inventor Specialist Certificate

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This program provides an in-depth, focused study of three-dimensional modeling of mechanical parts and assemblies concentrating on parametric, adaptive design techniques, and photo-realistic rendering.

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Mechanical Drafting Associate Certificate

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This program prepares students for entry-level positions in mechanical drafting and computer-aided design (CAD). Development of drafting/CAD skills and practical applications are stressed.

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HVAC Technician

Basic Air Conditioning Technician Certificate

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This certificate program prepares the student for a beginning career as a heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanic, installer, or service representative. Get started in the workforce in as few as two semesters by earning this stackable certificate.

Stackable certificates allow you to earn additional certificates by taking a few additional credits, and give you the freedom to begin your career while continuing to advance your options. Make yourself more marketable to future employers by earning the next certificate in the HAC series. The Heating and Air Conditioning Certificate can be completed by taking one additional semester.

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Stationary Engineer Certificate

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Moraine Valley offers a unique comprehensive stackable program that allows students to enter the workforce fast. Students can complete a series of certificates in the Heating and Air Conditioning field that when combined with some additional electives will result in an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Stationary Engineering.

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Welder

Individualized Welding Certificate

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This program prepares the student for a career as an entry-level welder with specific skills required for their individual preference.

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Multi-Process Welding Certificate

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This program prepares the student for a career as an entry-level welder with basic knowledge of several types of welding techniques.

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Pipe Welding Certificate

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This program prepares the student for a career as an entry-level welder with specific pipe welding skills required for the pipe welders union.

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Shielded Metal Arc Welding Certificate

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This program prepares the student for a career as a basic stick welder. It will give the student a step up on entering the welding field.

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Welding Advanced Certificate

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This program prepares students for employment in the welding field. Students gain experience in SMAW (stick), gas metal arc welding (mig), gas tungsten arc welding (tig), brazing, braze welding, oxy fuel and plasma cutting. Metallurgy, welding print interpretation, electrical welding circuits, and related safety procedures are also covered. Advanced training in pipe welding using the shielded metal arc process or advanced training in industrial problems are offered as options to this certificate.

Once students gain employment and experience in the welding field, this education helps them be eligible for advancement in the workforce.

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Welding Combination Certificate

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This program prepares students for employment in the welding field. Students gain experience in SMAW (stick), gas metal arc welding (mig), gas tungsten arc welding (tig), submerged arc welding flux, cored arc welding, brazing, braze welding, oxy fuel and plasma cutting. Welding print interpretation, electrical welding circuits, and related safety procedures are also covered.

Once students gain employment and experience in the field of welding, this education gives them the tools for a successful career.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Automation and Engineer Technology A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for a career in the production automation, robotics, and industrial networking. This program provides in-depth knowledge and practical experience in production automation, robotics, and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).  Students will be working with state-of-the-art equipment including industrial robotics systems and automation controllers.  Students focus their studies in five high-demand tracks:  CAD Automation, Electrical Automation, IT Automation, Mechanical Automation, and Mechatronics.

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Machinist

Electronics Controls Technician Certificate

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This program prepares students for entry-level positions working with controls found in process control environments. Industrial, electronic, PC, and PLC controls will be examined.

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Electronics Technician Certificate

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This program prepares students for entry-level positions in electronics. These courses represent the required core courses for students pursuing an A.A.S. degree in Computer/Electronic Controls Tech, and Computer and Local Area Network Technician.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Fluid Power Technician Certificate

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This program prepares students to upgrade their skills to work in career fields of industrial maintenance. This certificate prepares students for entry-level positions in industrial maintenance and fluid power. Industrial maintenance personnel often work with hydraulic and pneumatic systems and controls.

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Industrial Controls Technician Certificate

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This program prepares students to work in career fields of industrial electrical maintenance. Students will receive training in electrical controls. Students will learn about industrial electrical controls. Jobs in industrial electrical controls can be found in such career fields as electrical and electronics installers and repairers.

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Industrial Maintenance Technician Certificate

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This program prepares students to work in career fields of industrial maintenance. Students will receive training in mechanical drive, fluid power, and electrical control systems. Students will learn about the basic concepts that support these systems, installation and troubleshooting.

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Mechanical and Fluid Power Maintenance Certificate

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This program prepares students in four areas important to maintenance personnel, including communications, mechanical systems, electrical systems, and fluid power systems. Students will be prepared for entry-level employment in facility maintenance, service maintenance and/or production maintenance fields.

Employment of industrial machinery repairers is expected to grow more slowly than the average for all occupations as more firms introduce automated production equipment. Qualified applicants should find ample employment opportunities as older workers retire, and employment in industrial machinery repair is not usually affected by seasonal changes in production.

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Mechanical Drive Technician Certificate

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This program prepares students to work in career fields of industrial maintenance mechanic. Students will receive training in mechanical drive systems using belts, chains, and gears. Students will learn about drive systems installation and alignment. Jobs working with mechanical drive systems can be found in such career areas as industrial machinery mechanics.

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Plant Engineering Mechanic Certificate

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This program integrates short, stackable certificates into a medium size certificate aligned with the postsecondary educational needs of manufacturing and transportation and logistics employers. The certificate introduces topics covering the installation, configuration, and maintenance of automated handling equipment.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

PLC Technician Certificate

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This program prepares students to work in career fields of automated industrial controls. Students will receive training in electrical controls and PLCs. Students will learn about industrial electrical controls and programmable logic controllers. Jobs in PLCs can be found in such career fields as electrical and electronics installers and repairers.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Service Advisor Certificate

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This program prepares the student for a career as an Automotive Service Advisor. Automotive service advisors work in new and used automobile dealerships and large automobile repair facilities. They greet customers, listen to customer concerns or service requests, determine the type of service required, provide customers with repair estimates, help produce repair orders, notify customers when repairs have been completed, and follow up with customers to help ensure customer satisfaction.

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Automotive Service Technician Certificate

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This program provides the student with the entry-level skills needed to become an automotive technician. The program develops the necessary manipulative skills along with the theory of operation of various automotive systems. Along with developing necessary job skills, the student can use the certificate as a partial fulfillment of the requirements for the A.A.S. degree in automotive technology.

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Brake and Chassis Technician Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to enhance your A.A.S. Automotive degree and make you more marketable to prospective employers. Prepare for an entry-level position in the automotive service industry with a focus on automotive brake systems.

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Drivetrain Technician Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to enhance your A.A.S. Automotive Technology degree and make you more marketable to prospective employers. Prepare for an entry-level position in the automotive service industry with a focus on drivetrain.

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Engine Driveability Technician Certificate

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This certificate program is designed to enhance your A.A.S. Automotive Degree and make you more marketable to prospective employers. Prepare for an entry-level position in the automotive service industry with a focus on driveability.

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Truck Driver

Commercial Drivers License (CDL)

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This course is designed to teach the basics for a Class “A” Commercial Driver’s License.  The student will participate in classroom instruction, hands on training, lab, and behind the wheel skills and road exercises.  The program includes a Department of Transportation physical, drug screening, Commercial Driver’s License learner’s permit, and complete vehicle training to prepare for an entry level position in the trucking industry.  This program exceeds state minimum requirements and can be completed in 9-weeks of onsite training.

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Healthcare Industry

Certified Nursing Assistant

Basic Nurse Assistant Training Certificate

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As members of the nursing and health care teams, nursing assistants help the nursing staff in providing care for the incapacitated patient's basic needs and maintaining the patient's overall environment. Basic nurse assistant training (BNAT) offers students exceptional instruction in patient care skill application and provides a fundamental introduction to the nursing profession.

The program will prepare you to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). You will master competency in the 21 manual patient care skills mandated by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Program training will consist of 64 hours of classroom lecture including Alzheimer’s, and 40 hours of lab training. In addition, you will gain hands-on experience by completing 40 hours of clinical rotations at a nearby health care facility. Students who successfully complete this program are eligible to take the State of Illinois Nurse Aide Competency Exam. After passing this exam, students may seek employment in long-term care facilities, hospitals, and home health agencies.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Coding Specialist Certificate

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The 41 credit hour Coding Specialist Certificate prepares students for a career as a medical coder. Learn how to classify medical diagnoses and procedures into ICD-10-CM/PCS, CPT and Health Care Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS Level II) classifications that are used for insurance reimbursement, data quality and medical research.

Moraine Valley's program also covers basic health information management, anatomy and physiology, pharmacology, pathophysiology, insurance reimbursement and computer applications skills.

This program can be completed in as little as 5 semesters. After completion of this certificate, students may choose to continue their education and earn an Associate Degree in Health Information Technology, as the courses you take for the Coding Specialist Certificate can be applied toward the first year of Moraine Valley's Health Information Technology A.A.S. Degree.

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Health Information Technology, A.A.S.

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Although most health information technologists work in hospitals, you also will find them in a variety of other health care settings, including office-based physician practices, long-term care facilities, home health agencies, mental health facilities and public health agencies. In fact, employment opportunities exist for RHITs in any organization that uses patient data or health information, such as pharmaceutical companies, law and insurance firms and health product vendors.

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Medical Billing Certificate

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The 15 credit hour Medical Billing Certificate program prepares students for employment as medical billers, patient account representatives and data entry specialists. Graduates will acquire a general knowledge of the health care field with a focus on being able to understand medical diagnoses and procedures to bill accurately and ethically. Graduates can be employed by physician’s offices and clinics, medical group practices, managed care companies, insurance companies and other health care providers.

A medical biller’s job responsibilities can include health care billing, processing, adjusting and resubmitting of claims, adherence to current health care industry regulations and policies, and compliance with insurance procedures and allotted benefit coverage.

This program can be completed in as little as 2 semesters. After completion of this certificate, students may choose to continue their education and earn a Coding Specialist Certificate.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Certificate

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The mission of the medical assistant program at Moraine Valley Community College is to provide an environment that provides the academic, social, and ethical setting that will enable each student to achieve entry into a medical assistant career.

The program's goals are to prepare competent entry-level medical assistants in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains. Program graduates will demonstrate competence in the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective learning domains for each of the content areas outlined in the Core Curriculum for Medical Assistants as defined by the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB).

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing A.A.S.

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The nursing program at Moraine Valley is a two-year special admission program, licensed by the State of Illinois, starts in either the fall or spring of each year. This program prepares students for nursing careers in hospitals and other health care facilities. Admitted students who wish to earn an Associate in Science degree in addition to an Associate in Applied Science degree should consult with an advisor in the Academic Advising Center. Graduates from the nursing program are eligible to take the licensing examination for Professional Registered Nurses (RN).

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Certificate

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Become a phlebotomist and start a career that is in-demand in as little as two semesters. By getting your phlebotomy technician certificate, you can quickly get your foot in the door or expand your skills in the medical field. The program is also beneficial for nursing students, certified nursing assistants, and medical assistants.

Medical and laboratory terminology, an anatomy of the circulatory systems, interpersonal communication, laboratory safety, legal guidelines and professional skills will be covered and you can quickly complete the 10 credit hour program by taking three courses in two semesters.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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Radiologic Technologists use medical imaging equipment to take images of bones, tissue, organs, and vessels. You will perform diagnostic imaging procedures, such as X-ray examinations, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans and computed tomography (CT) scans. Additionally, part of the job includes explaining the procedure, positioning both the patient and the machine properly, and employing protection devices so that only the portion of the body requiring the x-ray is exposed to radiation. Technologists are responsible for controlling the equipment so that the radiographs are of the correct contrast, detail, and density.

The Radiologic Technology A.A.S. program is a 24-month program that starts in June each year and includes two academic years and one summer session. Training includes radiographic equipment operation, exposure and image processing principles, radiographic procedures, radiation protection, patient care and directed clinical practice.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapy, A.A.S.

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Respiratory Therapy 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 patients to adults and the elderly. Disease states or conditions often requiring respiratory care include asthma, emphysema, chronic obstructive lung disease, pneumonia, cystic fibrosis, infant respiratory distress syndrome, and conditions brought on by shock, trauma or postoperative surgical complications.

Respiratory therapists are also involved in many specialty areas in the hospital such as newborn labor and delivery, neonatal and pediatric intensive care units, pulmonary function laboratory, sleep laboratory, adult intensive care units, extra-corporeal membrane oxygenation, and EKG testing. In addition to hospitals, the respiratory therapist delivers respiratory care in the home, rehabilitation agencies, nursing homes, outpatient clinics, and physician offices.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

C# Programmer Certificate

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This program prepares students with programming skills that will, when combined with a degree, provide the background for entry-level or trainee positions or enhance an information technology professional’s versatility and career advancement potential.

C# is a language similar to C++ and Java while utilizing a drag-and-drop development environment more commonly found in Visual Basic. The result is a tool that allows for the rapid development of desktop, PDA, data-driven web applications using state-of-the-art object-oriented techniques. Within this certificate’s courses, you will learn the latest in software design and development methodologies while gaining hands-on experience with the latest versions of Visual C#.

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Java Programmer Certificate

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This program prepares students with programming skills that will, when combined with a degree, provide the background for entry-level or trainee positions or enhance an information technology professional’s versatility and career advancement potential.

Because Java was designed for the Internet, it has been a popular choice for writing programs that are platform-independent and safe. Java remains popular for network programming and web development. More recently, object-oriented features in the language have made Java a competitive option for writing stand-alone applications. Within this certificate’s courses you will learn the latest in software design and development methodologies while gaining hands-on experience with the latest versions of Java.

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PHP Programmer Certificate

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This program prepares students with programming skills to design and develop web pages with dynamically generated content. This program will also provide the background for entry-level or trainee positions or enhance an information technology professional’s versatility and career advancement potential.

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Programming Skills Certificate

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This program prepares students with fundamental programming and database skills. It may serve as a foundation for students who plan to pursue careers in technology, an enhancement to studies in other disciplines, or a means for adding technical credentials to one’s resume.

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Software Developer Certificate

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This program prepares students with programming skills that will, when combined with a degree and industry experience, provide the background for entry-level or trainee software development positions. Information technology professionals may also pursue this program to enhance their versatility and career advancement potential.

Within this certificate’s courses, students will gain hands-on experience using at least two programming languages — selecting from C#, Java, iOS, Android, and Visual Basic. Software development lifecycle issues — including solution conception, design, implementation, and testing — are addressed with hands-on experiences using the latest hardware and software development tools. Students expand on their breadth of knowledge by selecting from database, web design/development, eCommerce, and Microsoft Office application integration course options.

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Website Designer Certificate

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Website Developer Certificate

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This program is designed for the experienced computer user who has strong skills in Microsoft Windows navigation and computer applications packages. Students who are interested in beginning a career in website development and who do not possess these prerequisite skills should meet with the department chair or coordinator to plan appropriate course selection.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Support Associate Certificate

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The program prepares students to work in career fields of computer support, maintenance, and repair. Students will also receive training in computer hardware, software, and support. As well as learn about computer hardware components, system operating systems, and application software.

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Data Security Management

IT Security Specialist A.A.S.

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This program is designed to provide a comprehensive program to develop a skilled workforce in the emerging field of information technology security. Managing information security programs consists of preserving information confidentiality and protection, risk management, data and system integrity, availability, authenticity, and utility. The program is based on information security concepts, principles, methods, techniques, practices, and procedures that guide today’s IT security professionals. This program prepares graduates to become employed as IT security specialists, firewall and VPN specialists, and data assurance specialists. Additionally, the program concentrates on industry-specific requirements in the health care and financial areas, as well as other institutions that currently use electronic commerce.

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Network Security Associate Certificate

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This program provides students with entry-level skills for a profession in network security. Managing network security includes preserving information confidentiality, availability, and integrity. Network security professionals are tasked with performing network risk assessments, implementing safeguards that protect data and system integrity, implementing and maintaining system authentication systems and perimeter protection systems. This program prepares graduates to become employed as network security technicians, network firewall technicians, VPN administrators, and remote security communication support specialists.

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Network Security Specialist Certificate

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This program is designed to provide a comprehensive program to develop a skilled workforce in the emerging field of information technology security. Managing information security programs consists of preserving information confidentiality and protection, risk management, data and system integrity, availability, authenticity, and utility. The program is based on information security concepts, principles, methods, techniques, practices, and procedures that guide today’s IT security professionals. This program prepares graduates to become employed as IT security specialists, firewall and VPN specialists, and data assurance specialists. Additionally, the program concentrates on industry-specific requirements in the health care and financial areas, as well as other institutions that currently use electronic commerce.

The certificate is designed for professionals returning to upgrade skills or students who are interested in obtaining employment skills in IT security professions. The certificate can be completed as a student progresses through the degree program.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

LAN Technician Certificate

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The Local Area Network Technician Certificate program prepares students for entry-level positions as a data communication specialist in the IT profession. Not only will students examine the installation, maintenance, repair, and design of local area networks but they will also receive hands-on training in network operating systems, user administration, network security, and LAN switching and bridging design. This program also helps students prepare for N+, CCENT, Security Plus, and CCNA certification.

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Network Administrator Certificate

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The Network Administrator Certificate is designed to address the need for IT professionals with a comprehensive understanding of multiple operating systems in a mix of environments. The program provides a multi-product approach to system administration. The courses introduce Microsoft, UNIX, Cisco, and Netware products.

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Database Administrator

Small Database Administrator Certificate

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This program prepares students with skills to build and administer a single-user database, including the designing of tables, queries, forms, reports, and macros. The coursework maps to industry certification in personal database management.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Management Certificate

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If you love food and you want to work in an exciting industry that offers jobs in a wide variety of settings, you're an excellent candidate for a career in culinary arts.

Becoming successful in culinary arts takes leadership, people skills and the ability to manage and organize a kitchen. As a graduate of our Culinary Arts Management Program, you'll be able to oversee food service operations in hotels, health care facilities, cruise ships, catering companies and manufacturing operations. You'll gain expertise in menu planning, cost controls, marketing, nutrition, sanitation, and food preparation and production. You'll train with expert faculty members who have worked in the industry for many years, so they bring extensive experience to their classroom instruction.

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Culinary Management, A.A.S.

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If you love food and you want to work in an exciting industry that offers jobs in a wide variety of settings, you're an excellent candidate for a career in culinary arts.

Becoming successful in culinary arts takes leadership, people skills and the ability to manage and organize a kitchen. As a graduate of our Culinary Arts Management Program, you'll be able to oversee food service operations in hotels, health care facilities, cruise ships, catering companies and manufacturing operations. You'll gain expertise in menu planning, cost controls, marketing, nutrition, sanitation, and food preparation and production. You'll train with expert faculty members who have worked in the industry for many years, so they bring extensive experience to their classroom instruction.

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Restaurant and Hotel Management Certificate

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This program prepares students for entry-level positions in the hospitality industry.

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Restaurant and Hotel Management, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students to work in the hospitality industry, with a focus on the restaurant and hotel sectors. With the training you receive, you can pursue work in hotels, resorts, catering companies, restaurants and other food service facilities.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Digital Design Certificate

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Enhance your skill set and advance your career. The Digital Design certificate program provides persons who have experience, either on-the-job or in post-secondary degree programs, with a means to upgrade or add to their job skills. Based on studio art/design projects, students are given the opportunity of working with Adobe Creative Cloud software as a means to achieve experience for entry-level employment in graphic design and graphic design production

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Palos Hills, IL 60465-0937
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