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Construction Industry

Electrician

Basic Electricity Certificate

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This certificate prepares an entry-level technician with fundamental concepts enabling the person to work with an experienced technician or engineer performing standard tests and measurements in an industrial setting.

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Electrical Systems Diploma

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This diploma provides individuals with skills and expertise to integrate the knowledge gained in the Basic Electricity and Basic Electronics Certificates and apply them to complete systems in an industrial setting. The successful graduate will gain entry-level employment in a wide variety of positions in the Electronic Technology field working with preparation, handling, installation, termination and testing of electrical systems.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Basic Electronics Certificate

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This certificate builds upon the Basic Electricity Certificate allow the person to conduct, analyze, and interpret electronic engineering tasks with limited supervision.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Engineering Technology Electromechanical Diploma

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Students successfully completing the Basic Electricity and Basic Electronics Certificates will earn the Engineering Technology Diploma after meeting the Gen-Ed Requirements.

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Engineering Technology: Automation, A.A.S

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All students enrolled in the Engineering Technology Associates of Applied Science (AAS) program begin by taking an identical set of courses for the first four terms. For the fifth and final term, students will take a series courses in one of three concentration areas - Automation Concentration, Electromechanical Concentration or Process Control Concentration. Students selecting the Automation concentration will take Industrial Robotics, Motion Control and Microcontrollers as well as select two courses from the other specialties. Students selecting the Electromechanical concentration will take Motion Control, Fluid Power Design & Application, and Fluid Power Control as well as selecting two courses from the other specialties. Students selecting the Process Control concentration will take Process Control I, Process Control II and Introduction to General Chemistry as well as select two courses from the other specialties.

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Engineering Technology: Electromechanical, A.A.S

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All students enrolled in the Engineering Technology Associates of Applied Science (AAS) program begin by taking an identical set of courses for the first four terms. For the fifth and final term, students will take a series courses in one of three concentration areas - Automation Concentration, Electromechanical Concentration or Process Control Concentration. Students selecting the Automation concentration will take Industrial Robotics, Motion Control and Microcontrollers as well as select two courses from the other specialties. Students selecting the Electromechanical concentration will take Motion Control, Fluid Power Design & Application, and Fluid Power Control as well as selecting two courses from the other specialties. Students selecting the Process Control concentration will take Process Control I, Process Control II and Introduction to General Chemistry as well as select two courses from the other specialties.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Apprenticeship, A.A.S

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Since 1991, the program and Scott Community College have operated in the Quad Cities. Apprentices work at one of the 65 approved apprenticeship sites under the supervision of the executive chef to complete a total of 6,000 hours on the job. The apprentice takes general education requirement classes and classes in Culinary Arts at Scott Community College and other selected class sites. A non-apprenticeship AAS degree is also offered by the program.

The Culinary Arts Apprenticeship AAS is a 73.5 credit program. Five of the nine terms are to be taken on a part-time basis to allow for the apprenticeship portion of the program. Apprenticeship is the classic training method of chefs and cooks, and still used almost exclusively in Europe. These programs are linked to each state Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training.

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Culinary Arts Certificate

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The Culinary Arts Certificate is a short-term, 16 credit award that can be completed in one semester. Classes provide students with the basic skills to work as an assistant in the industry. In addition to course work, students will be required to complete one practicum experience. The Culinary Arts Certificate ladders into the Culinary Arts Diploma.

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Culinary Arts Diploma

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The Culinary Arts Diploma is a 32 credit award that can be completed in 2 terms. Classes provide students with the basic skills to work as an assistant in the industry. In addition to course work, students will be required to complete two practicum experiences.

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Culinary Arts, A.A.S

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The Culinary Arts AAS is a 67 credit program. This non-apprenticeship program was created for students with little or no experience in the food service industry. This program includes theory coursework as well as a required 100 hours of unpaid internship with an approved industry house and supervisor. Students will participate in up to seven Service Learning events for nonprofit associations.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene, A.A.S

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Through a unique partnership with Carl Sandburg College, located in Galesburg, Illinois, students can complete some of their courses at Clinton, Muscatine or Scott Community College and transfer them to Carl Sandburg College. Students attend Dental Hygiene (DHG) courses in Galesburg and pay the Carl Sandburg College’s in-district tuition rate for these courses.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Diploma

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The curriculum of Eastern Iowa Community College’s Practical Nurse (PN) program of study prepares students to care for the sick, injured, convalescent and disabled, under the supervision of physicians and registered nurses. With just one year of formal preparation in the practical nursing program, students are academically qualified to take the NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) for Practical Nursing.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care, A.A.S

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The Respiratory Care program prepares students to be respiratory care practitioners who play a crucial role within the health care team. Working closely with physicians and other health care professionals, they care for patients with respiratory and cardiovascular conditions. Under the supervision of a physician, they are involved with the assessment, treatment, diagnostic testing, rehabilitation, and prevention of conditions that affect the respiratory and cardiovascular systems. Employment opportunities are found in hospitals, clinics, home health care agencies, product support and sales, education, rehabilitation and continuing care, and health/disease prevention programs.

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Technician, A.A.S

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The Veterinary Technician program prepares students to enter the job market as assistants to veterinarians. New technologies in anesthesia, laboratory equipment, diagnostic testing, and medical treatment have vastly improved animal care. To prepare for these responsibilities, the vet tech program at MCC is designed to enable its graduates to perform a variety of functions necessary for the care of animals

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Public Service Industry

EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services, A.A.S

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The Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community College Emergency Medical Services (EMS) programs prepare students for successful completion of the Iowa/National Emergency Medical Technician Basic and Paramedic certifying exams. The EMS program provides graduates with the tools to adapt to public expectations and to take leadership roles in the evolution of prehospital patient care.

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Emergency Medical Technician Certificate

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The Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community College Emergency Medical Technician certificate prepares students for successful completion of the Iowa/National Emergency Medical Technician Basic certifying exam.

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Information Technology Industry

Data Security Management

Information Technology: Cyberscecurity, A.A.S

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Cybersecurity Specialists are responsible for securing and protecting information assets. They are required to preserve information confidentiality, integrity, availability and authenticity. This program is designed to develop a skilled workforce in the expanding field of cybersecurity. It is based on the concepts, principles, methods, techniques and procedures recommended by industry-specific programs. Graduates are prepared to test for the following industry certifications: A+, Network+, Security+, Linux+, Microsoft Security MTA, Ethical Hacking Associate, Cyber Forensics Associate .

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Networking for Cybersecurity Diploma

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The Networking for Cybersecurity diploma provides students with fundamental skills in planning, installing, and maintaining organizations’ computer networks. Students will learn to troubleshoot both hardware and software, analyze problems, provide support for users, and monitor network resources. Students completing the Networking for Cybersecurity diploma will have the opportunity to earn industry-recognized certifications, such as CCENT, CompTIA’s A+, and MTA’s Operating System Certifications. Graduates of the Networking for cybersecurity diploma will be prepared for entry-level work as network, helpdesk, and security technicians.

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Database Administrator

Information Technology: Database, A.A.S

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Database Developers create and/or maintain database software components by either developing new applications, maintaining existing ones, or converting existing applications to run in a database environment using query and programming languages such as SQL, PL/SQL, ADO and Java among other resources. They create resources for data input and retrieval with a concern on maintaining data integrity and security, working closely with the database administrator, and in some cases, they perform tasks related to database design and administration.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Information Technology: Networking, A.A.S

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The Information Technology - Networking for Systems and Security AAS award provides students with fundamental skills in planning, installing, and maintaining organizations’ computer networks. Students will learn to troubleshoot both hardware and software, analyze problems, provide support for users, and monitor network resources. Students completing the Networking for Systems and Security program will have the knowledge to earn industry-recognized certifications, such as CCNA Operating System, Security, and Server Certifications. Graduates of the Networking for Systems and Security program will be prepared for work as network, helpdesk, and security technicians.

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Networking for Systems and Security Certificate

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The Networking for Systems and Security certificate provides students with basic skills in computers and networks. Students will learn to troubleshoot both hardware and software, analyze problems, and provide support for users. Students completing the Networking for Systems and Security certificate will have the knowledge to earn industry-recognized MTA Operating System certification, and CompTIA’s A+. Graduates of the Networking for Systems and Security certificate will be prepared for entry-level work as network and helpdesk technicians.

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Networking for Systems and Security Diploma

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he Networking for Systems and Security diploma provides students with fundamental skills in planning, installing, and maintaining organizations’ computer networks. Students will learn to troubleshoot both hardware and software, analyze problems, provide support for users, and monitor network resources. Students completing the Networking for Systems and Security diploma will have the knowledge to earn industry-recognized certifications, such as CCENT, CompTIA’s A+ and CompTIA’s Network +, and MTA’s Operating System, and Server Certifications. Graduates of the Networking for Systems and Security diploma will be prepared for entry-level work as network, helpdesk, and security technicians.

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Software Developer

Information Technology: Programming, A.A.S

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Computer Programmers typically write code to create software programs used to target specific needs of businesses or individuals using computer languages such as Visual Basic, C# and Java. Computer programmers write code that instructs computers to perform tasks that meet businesses or individual needs for daily management, administration or performance of jobs. Computer programmers may also be responsible for the administration of a computer in small businesses.

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Information Technology: Web Development, A.A.S

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Web Design and Developers design and create, update and maintain web pages and full websites using web development and scripting languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, ASP, PHP, Perl, among others. They are also responsible for the look of the site and for the site’s technical aspects, such as performance and capacity, which are measures of a website’s speed and how much traffic the site can handle. They may also create content for the web site and, in smaller businesses, create graphics and manage the web servers.

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Programming Diploma

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Students earning an Information Technology-Programming Diploma will complete the first two terms of the Information Technology-Programming AAS award. With this diploma students will learn the introductory skills for writing code to create software program used to target specific needs of businesses or individuals using computer languages.

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Hospitality

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Apprenticeship, A.A.S

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Contact Phone Number

563-288-6001

Address

152 Colorado St
Muscatine, IA 52761
United States