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IT Support Specialist

Administrative Professional - Computer Application Specialist Certificate

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Learn the latest office methods and develop strong technology skills as a part of Northeast's Administrative Assistant program. You'll learn how to present a professional image and work with a variety of people.

The Computer Application Specialist Administrative Assistant concentration is designed to prepare you for entry level work in any setting that requires extensive knowledge and sills of computer application software. Intensive study in word processing, spreadsheet, database, and web page development software applications will prepare you for today's modern office or work place.

Our program is active with the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP). This organization will provide you with networking and learning opportunities.

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Information Technology - Cisco Networking Academy and Technical Services Support, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Cisco Networking Academy certificate and the Technical Services Support certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level networking engineer and provide necessary technical services support within an organization.

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Information Technology - Cisco Networking Academy Certificate

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Become a Cisco Certified Network Associate to validate your working knowledge of networking protocols and equipment.

Northeast is a certified Cisco Network Academy that consists of 16 credit hours of coursework from our information technology offerings. Instruction includes concepts related to networking terminology and protocols, LANs and WANs, the OSI model layers, network cabling, routers, network topologies, IP addressing, switching, and network management practices. The certificate is designed to prepare students to successfully pass the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exam. The exam may be taken at an official testing site upon completion of the required courses.

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Information Technology - General Certificate

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Learn all about computers, hardware and software with a certificate in Information Technology.

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Information Technology - IBMi Application Development and Technical Services Support, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the IBMi Application Development Certificate option and the Technical Services Support option. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in an IBMi environment and provide necessary technical services support within an organization.

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Information Technology - Information Security and Technical Services Support, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Information Security certificate and the Technical Services Support certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to provide technical services support within an organization and have the skills necessary to help the organization ensure continuous operation by safeguarding data from attacks and disasters.

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Information Technology - Technical Services Support Certificate

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This certificate provides the fundamentals of computer hardware and operating system support. Graduates have the skills necessary to problem-solve for a variety of end-users, and are prepared for entry-level support and help desk positions. This certificate is designed to prepare students to successfully pass the CompTIA A+ Certification.

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Information Technology - Web and Visual Application Development and Technical Services Support, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Web and Visual Application Development certificate and the Technical Services Support certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in multiple environments and provide necessary technical services support within an organization.

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Software Developer

Information Development - Application Development, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the IBMi Application Development Certificate and the Web and Visual Application Development Certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in multiple environments.

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Information Technology - Cisco Networking Academy and IBMi Application Development, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Cisco Networking Academy certificate and IBMi Application Development certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in an IBMi environment and the skills necessary to be an entry-level networking engineer.

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Information Technology - General Certificate

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Learn all about computers, hardware and software with a certificate in Information Technology.

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Information Technology - IBMi Application Development and Technical Services Support, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the IBMi Application Development Certificate option and the Technical Services Support option. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in an IBMi environment and provide necessary technical services support within an organization.

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Information Technology - IBMi Application Development Certificate

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This certificate provides students with a foundation in application development and design using the IBMi integrated operating environment which is used in many of today’s businesses. Students gain hands-on experience in system design, IBMi Control Language and RPG IV programming.

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Information Technology - Information Security and IBMi Application Development, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Information Security certificate and the IBMi Application Development certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in an IBMi environment and have the skills necessary to help the organization ensure continuous operation by safeguarding data from attacks and disasters.

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Information Technology - Web and Visual Application Development and Cisco Networking, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Web and Visual Application Development Certificate as well as the CISCO Networking Academy Certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in multiple environments and the skills necessary to be an entry-level networking engineer.

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Information Technology - Web and Visual Application Development and Information Security, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Information Security certificate and the Web and Visual Application Development certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in multiple environments and have the skills necessary to help the organization ensure continuous operation by safeguarding data from attacks and disasters.

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Information Technology - Web and Visual Application Development and Technical Services Support, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Web and Visual Application Development certificate and the Technical Services Support certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in multiple environments and provide necessary technical services support within an organization.

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Information Technology - Web and Visual Application Development Certificate

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This certificate provides students with a foundation in the latest GUI and web application development and design using programming languages that are needed in today’s business world. Students gain hands-on experience in system design, HTML and programming.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Information Technology - Cisco Networking Academy and IBMi Application Development, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Cisco Networking Academy certificate and IBMi Application Development certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in an IBMi environment and the skills necessary to be an entry-level networking engineer.

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Information Technology - Cisco Networking Academy and Information Security, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Cisco Networking Academy certificate and the Information Security certificate. A student
This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Cisco Networking Academy certificate and the Information Security certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level networking engineer with the skills necessary to help the organization ensure continuous operation by safeguarding data from attacks and disasters.

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Information Technology - Cisco Networking Academy and Technical Services Support, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Cisco Networking Academy certificate and the Technical Services Support certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level networking engineer and provide necessary technical services support within an organization.

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Information Technology - Cisco Networking Academy Certificate

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Become a Cisco Certified Network Associate to validate your working knowledge of networking protocols and equipment.

Northeast is a certified Cisco Network Academy that consists of 16 credit hours of coursework from our information technology offerings. Instruction includes concepts related to networking terminology and protocols, LANs and WANs, the OSI model layers, network cabling, routers, network topologies, IP addressing, switching, and network management practices. The certificate is designed to prepare students to successfully pass the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exam. The exam may be taken at an official testing site upon completion of the required courses.

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Information Technology - General Certificate

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Learn all about computers, hardware and software with a certificate in Information Technology.

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Information Technology - Web and Visual Application Development and Cisco Networking, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Web and Visual Application Development Certificate as well as the CISCO Networking Academy Certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in multiple environments and the skills necessary to be an entry-level networking engineer.

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Data Security Management

Information Technology - Cisco Networking Academy and Information Security, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Cisco Networking Academy certificate and the Information Security certificate. A student
This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Cisco Networking Academy certificate and the Information Security certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level networking engineer with the skills necessary to help the organization ensure continuous operation by safeguarding data from attacks and disasters.

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Information Technology - General Certificate

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Learn all about computers, hardware and software with a certificate in Information Technology.

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Information Technology - Information Security and IBMi Application Development, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Information Security certificate and the IBMi Application Development certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in an IBMi environment and have the skills necessary to help the organization ensure continuous operation by safeguarding data from attacks and disasters.

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Information Technology - Information Security and Technical Services Support, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Information Security certificate and the Technical Services Support certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to provide technical services support within an organization and have the skills necessary to help the organization ensure continuous operation by safeguarding data from attacks and disasters.

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Information Technology - Information Security Certificate

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This certificate provides students with entry-level skills to assess the security needs of computer and networks systems; recommend safeguard solutions, and manage the implementation and maintenance of security devices, systems, and procedures. This certificate is designed to prepare students to successfully pass the CompTIA Security+ Certification.

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Information Technology - Web and Visual Application Development and Information Security, A.A.S.

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This degree concentration combines the Information Technology Core and general education requirements plus the courses from the Information Security certificate and the Web and Visual Application Development certificate. A student completing this degree will have the necessary skills to be an entry-level application developer in multiple environments and have the skills necessary to help the organization ensure continuous operation by safeguarding data from attacks and disasters.

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Systems Analyst

Information Technology - General Certificate

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Learn all about computers, hardware and software with a certificate in Information Technology.

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Database Administrator

Information Technology - General Certificate

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Learn all about computers, hardware and software with a certificate in Information Technology.

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Communications Industry

AV Technician

Audio and Recording Technology, A.A.S.

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The audio and recording technology concentration is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the audio engineering field. As a student in this concentration, you will benefit from experience using professional equipment such as Avid, Sony, Apple, MOTU, Yamaha, Toft and Alesis in studio and live sound environments. Professional facilities include two fully-equipped control rooms, four private workstation rooms, a concert stage, and two sound studios. Interest and ability in music, math, science, and physics are brought together in the field of audio and recording. New technologies and the ever-changing music and sound industry have created a diversity of job opportunities for trained audio and recording technicians.

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Media Arts - Digital Cinema and Media, A.A.S.

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The digital cinema concentration is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the field of professional cinema,video and multimedia production. Students will participate in comprehensive theory classes, multimedia software and hardware training courses,and hands-on labs designed to provide a thorough production background. Job opportunities include video editor, field videography, audio/video support, broadcast camera operator, multimedia journalist, movie production assistant or grip, and independent filmmaking.

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Media Arts - Media Production Certificate

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Students who complete the following courses in the first year of a Media Arts degree offering will be eligible for the Media Production Certificate. Th is certificate program will provide students with the basic necessary skills for gaining entry-level employment in the areas of assistant audio engineering, broadcast production support and multimedia production.

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Media Arts - Recording Studio Production Certificate

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The recording studio production certificate includes courses related to the practical application of recording studio techniques. Students who earn this certificate will have the skills necessary for entry-level audio engineering in both studio and live environments.

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Media Arts - Video Production Certificate

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The video production certificate includes courses related to the practical application of video production techniques. Students who complete this certificate program will gain skills necessary for entry-level work in the field of video production, camera operation, graphics and multimedia production.

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Media Arts – Digital Journalism and Social Media Management, A.A.S.

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The digital journalism and social media management concentration will prepare you for a career in journalism, broadcasting, communications, media studies, social media management, marketing and public relations. You will gain experience with multimedia editing tools including photography, audio, video and graphic design. While also learning the writing differences websites, social media, newspapers, and magazines. This program utilizes a broad-based approach to communications, including theory and practical experience.

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Graphic Designer

Graphic Artist, A.A.S.

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As a student in the Graphic Design program, you'll find the most effective way to get messages across in print, electronic, and film media using a variety of methods such as color, type, illustration, photography, animation, and various print and layout techniques. You'll learn the foundations of design from instructors who bring years of experience from the industry while using the same type of software that is used in the industry today.

The A.A.S. program prepares you for a variety of job opportunities in the exciting field of graphic design. The program emphasizes technical skill development using industry standard design software, as well as developing knowledge in the principles of design and artistic expression. You'll have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience by working on class projects. Internships with area businesses will provide you with real-life experiences.

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Media Arts - Digital Cinema and Media, A.A.S.

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The digital cinema concentration is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the field of professional cinema,video and multimedia production. Students will participate in comprehensive theory classes, multimedia software and hardware training courses,and hands-on labs designed to provide a thorough production background. Job opportunities include video editor, field videography, audio/video support, broadcast camera operator, multimedia journalist, movie production assistant or grip, and independent filmmaking.

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Media Arts - Media Production Certificate

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Students who complete the following courses in the first year of a Media Arts degree offering will be eligible for the Media Production Certificate. Th is certificate program will provide students with the basic necessary skills for gaining entry-level employment in the areas of assistant audio engineering, broadcast production support and multimedia production.

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Media Arts - Video Production Certificate

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The video production certificate includes courses related to the practical application of video production techniques. Students who complete this certificate program will gain skills necessary for entry-level work in the field of video production, camera operation, graphics and multimedia production.

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Media Arts – Digital Journalism and Social Media Management, A.A.S.

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The digital journalism and social media management concentration will prepare you for a career in journalism, broadcasting, communications, media studies, social media management, marketing and public relations. You will gain experience with multimedia editing tools including photography, audio, video and graphic design. While also learning the writing differences websites, social media, newspapers, and magazines. This program utilizes a broad-based approach to communications, including theory and practical experience.

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Broadcast Engineer

Media Arts - Broadcast Production Certificate

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The broadcast production certificate includes courses related to the practical application of broadcast production techniques. Students who complete this certificate will gain skills necessary for entry-level assistant/support employment in radio, television and on-location broadcasting.

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Media Arts - Broadcasting-Radio TV, A.A.S.

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The broadcasting-radio TV concentration is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the broadcasting, television and related industries. Graduates’ skills include radio production and announcing, television production and announcing, newswriting and gathering, scriptwriting, station operations, and broadcast sales. Broadcasting students build hands-on skills by creating radio and TV programming which is distributed on Northeast Community College’s cable TV channel KHWK/Hawk TV. Career opportunities include audio/video operations, control room technician, station manager, radio and TV announcer, journalist, reporter, and broadcast technician.

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Media Arts - Digital Cinema and Media, A.A.S.

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The digital cinema concentration is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the field of professional cinema,video and multimedia production. Students will participate in comprehensive theory classes, multimedia software and hardware training courses,and hands-on labs designed to provide a thorough production background. Job opportunities include video editor, field videography, audio/video support, broadcast camera operator, multimedia journalist, movie production assistant or grip, and independent filmmaking.

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Media Arts - Media Production Certificate

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Students who complete the following courses in the first year of a Media Arts degree offering will be eligible for the Media Production Certificate. Th is certificate program will provide students with the basic necessary skills for gaining entry-level employment in the areas of assistant audio engineering, broadcast production support and multimedia production.

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Media Arts – Digital Journalism and Social Media Management, A.A.S.

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The digital journalism and social media management concentration will prepare you for a career in journalism, broadcasting, communications, media studies, social media management, marketing and public relations. You will gain experience with multimedia editing tools including photography, audio, video and graphic design. While also learning the writing differences websites, social media, newspapers, and magazines. This program utilizes a broad-based approach to communications, including theory and practical experience.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Body Technician

Auto Body Repair Technology, A.A.S.

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As a student in the auto body repair technology program, you’ll learn the basic elements of metal finishing, frame alignment, panel replacement, major body damage, and unibody technologies for today's vehicles, using the very latest equipment and training materials. You’ll develop skills in welding, metalworking, refinishing, straightening and panel alignment, glass, hardware, trim installation, estimating, and shop management skills.

Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared for jobs in independent body shops or new and used car dealerships. With additional education, you’ll also find career opportunities in insurance adjusting and teaching.

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Auto Mechanic

Automotive Light Service Technician Certificate

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Automotive light service technicians conduct basic repairs and maintenance on automobiles and light truck systems. They employ high-tech skills and use computerized equipment and traditional tools to complete routine service work and diagnostic tests. Students in this certificate program of study are prepared for jobs such as lube technicians, brake and alignment technicians, and tire technicians by gaining the knowledge and skills needed to perform work on a variety of systems such as brakes, tires, electrical systems, steering and suspensions, and drive trains. Credits earned in the Automotive Light Service Technician certificate program can be applied to the Automotive Technology diploma program and the Automotive Technology Associate of Applied Science degree program. (Enrollment into this program is limited to and is based on the date of application.)

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Automotive Technology Diploma

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The number of jobs for automotive technicians is projected to grow faster than average over the next decade. Many skilled technicians are expected to retire and will need to be replaced.

In the Automotive Technology program, you’ll receive the necessary training to diagnose, test, and repair the complicated workings of modern cars, light trucks, and SUV’s. Specific systems are covered in the classroom and then applied on vehicles in the lab and during the summer internship program. This training includes the latest electronic computer-control ignition and fuel systems and front-wheel drive vehicles. When you graduate, you’ll be ready for entry-level positions as line technicians, service writers, and, with experience, service managers and auto repair business owners.

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Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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The number of jobs for automotive technicians is projected to grow faster than average over the next decade. Many skilled technicians are expected to retire and will need to be replaced.

In the Automotive Technology program, you’ll receive the necessary training to diagnose, test, and repair the complicated workings of modern cars, light trucks, and SUV’s. Specific systems are covered in the classroom and then applied on vehicles in the lab and during the summer internship program. This training includes the latest electronic computer-control ignition and fuel systems and front-wheel drive vehicles. When you graduate, you’ll be ready for entry-level positions as line technicians, service writers, and, with experience, service managers and auto repair business owners.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Technology - Truck, A.A.S.

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The diesel technology truck concentration will teach you the basic knowledge and skills needed to service and repair diesel and gas-powered equipment. In addition to classroom study, students receive over 1,000 hours of lab training.

You'll learn to repair and test diesel fuel systems, engines, refrigeration, electronic control systems, power trains, brakes, electrical systems, suspension, and air conditioning systems, as well as gaining experience with various hand tools and test equipment. Related courses in math, welding, computers, communications, human relations, and personal and business finance are included to prepare students for the world of work and to enhance technical skills.

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Truck Driver

Truck Driving Training

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Learn the skills necessary to gain a Class A Commercial driver’s license to operate a semi over the road in this six-week course.The noncredit truck driving program teaches you the fundamentals of truck operation, safety and government regulations, and necessary record keeping. During the program, students take the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles Commercial Driver's license exams. This program is approved for the training of veterans. Many employers require a criminal background check prior to employment. Students are trained in conventional tractor-trailer combination units with ten and thirteen speed transmissions. The number of students is limited to eight per class. You must be 21 years of age and have a valid driver’s license. Students are also cautioned that the physical requirements for a Class A Commercial Driver License (required for truck-tractor operators) must be consistent with the standards of the United States Department of Transportation. The required drug/alcohol testing includes pre-admittance, random, post accident, and reasonable suspicion testing.

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Healthcare Industry

Certified Nursing Assistant

Basic Nurse Aide Training

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The Basic Nurse Aide program will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to administer responsible health care to the ill and aged in nursing facilities, long-term care facilities, and assisted care facilities under qualified supervision.

This course combines classroom lecture and laboratory application for the development of basic skills needed to provide safe, effective, and caring services to the residents of any health care setting.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Health Information Management Systems, A.A.S.

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Health information management represents a continuum of practice concerned with health-related information and the management of systems to collect, store, process, retrieve, analyze, disseminate, and communicate information in a medical entity. Hospitals, clinics, nursing facilities, health insurance companies, and government agencies are potential employers in both paper-based and computer-based patient record environments.

Program graduates will be eligible to take the Registered Health Technician Examination (RHIT) for Health Information Technicians. The Northeast Community College Health Information Management Systems Associates Degree at Northeast Community College is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting, A.A.S.

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Medical Assisting is an allied health profession in ambulatory medical offices and clinics primarily. Medical Assistants provide both administrative and clinical procedures and healthcare in direct patient care experiences. This program is a joint cooperative arrangement with Central Community College and Northeast Community College. General education and academic support courses are provided by Northeast. Clinical experience is provided in cooperation with area medical providers in and around Norfolk, Nebraska, and our area hospitals. The degree is granted by Central Community College.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing - Practical Nursing Diploma

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Currently there is a critical shortage of nurses in our state and the nation, and the job opportunities are excellent. The nursing programs at Northeast Community College are designed to allow you maximum mobility for either the practical or associate degree nursing education.

You'll learn the art and science of nursing through a combination of theory and clinical courses specific to each level of nursing. Clinical coursework is completed in local hospitals, long-term care facilities and community based settings. State-of-the-art simulations create learning experiences that supplement actual clinical time. Innovative, experienced nursing faculty are there to coach you every step of the way.

All students accepted into the program who successfully complete the first two semesters receive a diploma in practical nursing and may opt to take the NCLEX-PN exam for licensure.

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Nursing - Pre-Professional, A.A.

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The preprofessional nursing programs consists of course work required to pursue a diploma and/or degree in a one or two year nursing program. Course work may also be transferred to a four-year institution in pursuit of a four-year nursing degree.

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Nursing - Pre-Professional, A.A.S.

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The preprofessional nursing programs consists of course work required to pursue a diploma and/or degree in a one or two year nursing program. Course work may also be transferred to a four-year institution in pursuit of a four-year nursing degree.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S.

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The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) Program at Northeast will prepare students to work as valuable healthcare providers who are employable in any physical therapy setting. The program is an intense, academically challenging program that requires hard work and dedication. Engaged teaching and learning experiences promote an interactive learning environment in both lab and lecture. Students are trained with current technology and innovative exercise equipment to simulate realistic clinical settings. In order to complete the training, students must be able to perform the PTA Essential Functions and Physical Demands. Additionally, students are required to complete a physical exam, required vaccinations, tuberculosis test, a criminal background check, and a drug screen in order to perform clinical experiences during the second year of the program. Program graduates will be well prepared to take the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE) for PTAs.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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The Radiologic Technology program is offered in cooperation with Southeast Community College in Lincoln.

General education and academic support courses are provided by Northeast Community College. Radiologic technology courses are taught on-line through Southeast Community College. Clinical experience is provided in cooperation with Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk, Nebraska, and the area hospitals. Radiation technology job shadowing experience is also required by Southeast Community College prior to being accepted in the program.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care, A.A.S.

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The Respiratory Care program is offered in cooperation with Southeast Community College in Lincoln.

You may complete over 30 credit hours at Northeast to qualify for admission into the SECC program. Application is made during the final semester of completing pre-requisite courses. By applying for the distance program at SECC, you are able to complete the program within this geographical region. In the SECC Respiratory Care distance program, all course work is done online. Laboratory and clinical education is arranged by agreement with area hospitals and care facilities. SECC admits students in July for this eighteen month program.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology, A.A.S.

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The Surgical Technology program is offered in cooperation with Southeast Community College in Lincoln.

The program provides a planned course of classroom study and clinical practice in operating room techniques and principles of asepsis. General education and academic support courses are provided by Northeast Community College. Surgical technology courses are taught online through Southeast Community College. Clinical experience is provided in cooperation with Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk, Nebraska, and the area hospitals.

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Technology, A.A.S.

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Veterinary Technicians are in short supply at the present time. This is a field where you can combine your love for animals with your career goals.

The Veterinary Technology Program is designed to prepare entry-level veterinary technicians via classroom study, laboratory, and clinical practice with fundamental veterinary technician skills. After successful completion of the program, you should be able to successfully complete the licensing requirements of your state. This program will work toward meeting the needs of the State of Nebraska for well qualified veterinary technicians to perform duties under the scope of the Veterinary Medicine Practice Act.

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Construction Industry

Civil Engineering Technician

Building Construction, A.A.S.

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Northeast’s Building Construction program will give you a basic knowledge of carpentry and related fields. By learning classroom theory and applying skills with on-the-job construction projects, you’ll become familiar with tools of the trade, subcontracting, estimating, record keeping, and other building trade competencies. As a freshman you'll design and frame a single-family home as a class project. When you become a sophomore, you'll continue finishing work on the house. Students will also gain experience working on Habitat for Humanity homes, building custom cabinetry, and working on projects off-campus within the Norfolk area. Classes are held Monday through Thursday, allowing for a three-day weekend

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Carpenter

Building Construction, A.A.S.

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Northeast’s Building Construction program will give you a basic knowledge of carpentry and related fields. By learning classroom theory and applying skills with on-the-job construction projects, you’ll become familiar with tools of the trade, subcontracting, estimating, record keeping, and other building trade competencies. As a freshman you'll design and frame a single-family home as a class project. When you become a sophomore, you'll continue finishing work on the house. Students will also gain experience working on Habitat for Humanity homes, building custom cabinetry, and working on projects off-campus within the Norfolk area. Classes are held Monday through Thursday, allowing for a three-day weekend

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Architectural Drafter

Drafting - Architectural, A.A.S.

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In the Architectural Drafting program, you will learn how to develop detailed working drawings for use in the construction of residential and commercial buildings. The program centers on the basic techniques of drafting — linework, lettering, and problem solving, and freehand sketching and calculations for measurements, volumes, site preparation, energy needs, and cost analysis.

You'll learn in labs with the latest technology and latest versions of Auto Cad and other design software. We work closely with local industry to make sure that you'll learn the needed skills to enter the job market. We also have a student Drafting Club, which is a great way to get involved and work on special projects such as our famous Corn Maze.

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Drafting - Mechanical Certificate

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The mechanical drafting concentration trains students in 3D solid modeling, simulation, prototype, and documentation creation for the production of parts and assemblies in multiple industries including: machinery, manufacturing, heavy equipment, consumer products, and medical devices. Students will take classes covering the fundamentals of engineering drawings, theory of the design process, rapid prototyping, and learn multiple CAD software applications. Students will take courses offered by the "Diversified Manufacturing Technology" program and work side-by-side with manufacturing students participating in hands-on exercises and today's manufacturing technologies. Successful graduates may find employment in a variety of industries. Job titles may include: CAD Drafter, Mechanical Drafter, Design Drafter, Design Specialist, Engineering Technician, Design Technician, CAD Designer, CAD Technician, and CAD Operator.

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Drafting - Mechanical Diploma

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The mechanical drafting concentration trains students in 3D solid modeling, simulation, prototype, and documentation creation for the production of parts and assemblies in multiple industries including: machinery, manufacturing, heavy equipment, consumer products, and medical devices. Students will take classes covering the fundamentals of engineering drawings, theory of the design process, rapid prototyping, and learn multiple CAD software applications. Students will take courses offered by the "Diversified Manufacturing Technology" program and work side-by-side with manufacturing students participating in hands-on exercises and today's manufacturing technologies. Successful graduates may find employment in a variety of industries. Job titles may include: CAD Drafter, Mechanical Drafter, Design Drafter, Design Specialist, Engineering Technician, Design Technician, CAD Designer, CAD Technician, and CAD Operator.

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Drafting - Mechanical, A.A.S.

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The mechanical drafting concentration trains students in 3D solid modeling, simulation, prototype, and documentation creation for the production of parts and assemblies in multiple industries including: machinery, manufacturing, heavy equipment, consumer products, and medical devices. Students will take classes covering the fundamentals of engineering drawings, theory of the design process, rapid prototyping, and learn multiple CAD software applications. Students will take courses offered by the "Diversified Manufacturing Technology" program and work side-by-side with manufacturing students participating in hands-on exercises and today's manufacturing technologies. Successful graduates may find employment in a variety of industries. Job titles may include: CAD Drafter, Mechanical Drafter, Design Drafter, Design Specialist, Engineering Technician, Design Technician, CAD Designer, CAD Technician, and CAD Operator.

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Drafting - Structural, A.A.S.

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In the Structural Drafting program, you will learn how to develop detailed working drawings for use in the construction of residential and commercial buildings. The program centers on the basic techniques of drafting — linework, lettering, and problem solving, and freehand sketching and calculations for measurements, volumes, site preparation, energy needs, and cost analysis.

You'll learn in labs with the latest technology and latest versions of Auto Cad and other design software. We work closely with local industry to make sure that you'll learn the needed skills to enter the job market. We also have a student Drafting Club, which is a great way to get involved and work on special projects such as our famous Corn Maze.

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Drafting Certificate

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The drafting program will provide interactive training in basic drafting techniques. You will gain entry-level skills necessary to begin a career in the drafting field. With these skills, you will be able to begin employment as a drafting clerk or as a junior drafter.

You'll expand your understanding of materials used in construction, estimating for construction and an increased proficiency in plan reading and CAD. Graduates of the program are prepared for entry-level employment with architectural and engineering firms, general contractors, material suppliers, structural fabricators, or modular and component manufacturers. All course work will apply to the associate of applied science degree.

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Drafting Diploma

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The drafting program will provide interactive training in basic drafting techniques. You will gain entry-level skills necessary to begin a career in the drafting field. With these skills, you will be able to begin employment as a drafting clerk or as a junior drafter.

You'll expand your understanding of materials used in construction, estimating for construction and an increased proficiency in plan reading and CAD. Graduates of the program are prepared for entry-level employment with architectural and engineering firms, general contractors, material suppliers, structural fabricators, or modular and component manufacturers. All course work will apply to the associate of applied science degree.

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Electrician

Electrical Construction and Control, A.A.S.

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Enroll in the electrical construction and control program and learn the basics of electrical wiring for the installation and maintenance of lighting, appliances, motors, heating, and air conditioning. Your training will include the operation, testing, and maintenance of electrical equipment and electronics for skills in electrical controls and solid state devices and computer experience using a programmable controller. Employment opportunities for graduates of the two-year electrician program can be found in power distribution, industrial maintenance, electrical and service work, installation and service of irrigation equipment, and new construction.

Our labs are built to provide a realistic setting for learning. You'll learn proper safety procedures under the direction of an experienced teacher. You'll have the chance to work on the student-built houses on campus, as well as many other real-life projects.

Classes are held Monday through Thursday, allowing for a three-day weekend.

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HVAC Technician

Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning, A.A.S.

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Northeast is one of the only schools in the area that offers certification exams through the Air Conditioning Refrigeration Institute (AHRI). You'll also receive 1,000 hours of lab time to practice what you learn in the classroom. You'll learn "go green" procedures that are friendly to the environment.

In the program, you'll study the physical, mechanical, and chemical principles of refrigeration and air conditioning, with emphasis on electrical controls and motors. You’ll gain proficiency in blueprint reading, sheet metal construction, proper ventilation installation, heating and cooling diagnosis, and installation of residential and commercial equipment. The program will prepare you for skilled positions installing and servicing electrical, heating, and cooling systems.

Classes are held Monday through Thursday, allowing for a three-day weekend.

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Plumber

Plumbing Technology Diploma

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This new diploma at Northeast will teach you the concepts and help you acquire the skills necessary to perform plumbing repairs in homes, apartments and commercial buildings, as well as install new plumbing systems in buildings under construction. The instructor will help you apply the technical knowledge and skills in piping selection and layout procedures, plumbing systems and materials, plumbing codes and print reading, and plumbing and pipe installation and maintenance. You will not only learn the plumbing trade hands-on, but you’ll also develop valuable reasoning and problem-solving skills.

Enrollment into this program is limited and based on the date of application.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Precision Agriculture, A.A.S.

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Students in the Precision Agriculture program will develop technical skills and learn to interpret, analyze, and utilize data gathered from precision agriculture technologies to improve production. Graduates will be skilled and competent to work as technicians and producers in a rapidly changing industry that is concerned with maximizing yield potential through resource efficient practices.

A key component of this program is to deepen students’ understanding of the intricacies that exist between agriculture and our natural resources, especially water.

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Welder

Welding Diploma

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Learn how to perform modern welding processes on the latest equipment. Through classroom and shop application, you’ll learn gas and arc welding, inert-gas arc welding, and continuous wire production welding and a background in metallurgy, blueprint interpretation, and mathematics.

As a successful graduate, you’ll be prepared for an entry-level production welding or job shop employment. You'll also have the opportunity to test for and receive AWS certification.

Classes are held Monday through Thursday, allowing for a three-day weekend.

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Public Service Industry

Social Services Assistant

Community Health Worker Certificate

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Community Health Workers (CHW) provide frontline health services to the public as case coordinators, community liaisons, family advocates, home health care providers and intake specialists giving guidance on health behaviors. The CHW serves as a liaison/link/intermediary between health/social services and the community to facilitate access to services and improve health knowledge and self-efficiency through a range of activities such as outreach, community education, informal counseling, social support, and advocacy. The CHW certificate program of study prepares individuals with the necessary skills to perform the duties of a community health worker. With additional education and/or work experience, there is opportunity for advancement into supervisory or managerial positions within the field of community and or public health. All of the course work in the certificate will apply towards the Associate of Science Degree with emphasis in Public Health.

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Drug and Alcohol Counseling Certificate

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Human Services, A.A.

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Those enrolling in Northeast’s associate of arts degree with a concentration in Human Services will prepare for a satisfying career helping others. The associate of arts program includes extensive study in the social sciences. Faculty members teaching courses that will be transferred to four-year institutions are credentialed with master’s degrees.

Students enrolled in this program will receive a foundation of knowledge and skills to understand and meet human needs in a variety of occupations. Employees in human services occupations facilitate overall improvement in the quality of life for a diverse population. The associate of arts degree program in human service will prepare students for entry-level employment or transfer to a four-year college or university.

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Medication Aide Training

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The Medication Aide program is designed to prepare you to meet the requirements of the Medication Aide Act and the responsibilities of the medication aide in an assisted living facility and/or a nursing facility.

This course includes information regarding medication administration, pharmacology, rules and regulations, classification of drugs, orders, storage, abbreviations, and an overview of commonly used drugs and documentation.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice Correstions, A.A.

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A degree in criminal justice can be your first step to an exciting and rewarding career in public safety. The corrections concentration will give you knowledge to apply directly on the job or to continue study toward a four-year degree.

This concentration takes an interdisciplinary approach that provides a knowledge base and encourages initiative and integrity.

We have an active Criminal Justice Association for students. Some activities include tours to various correctional facilities, such as the Omaha Correctional Facility and Madison County Jail, hosting speakers to discuss various criminal justice career fields, and demonstrations of the Mobile Crime Lab and repelling wall. There are several opportunities to get involved with community events. In past years, we have assisted with security at the Cattleman's Ball, assisted with a missing person search, and conducted a security assessment for campus.

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Criminal Justice Law Enforcement, A.A.

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A degree in criminal justice can be your first step to an exciting and rewarding career in public safety. We offer an associate of arts degree in law enforcement.

The associate of arts degree with a concentration in criminal justice will give you knowledge to apply directly on the job or to continue study toward a four-year degree. This degree takes an interdisciplinary approach that provides a knowledge base and encourages initiative and integrity.

We have an active Criminal Justice Association for students. Some activities include tours to various correctional facilities, such as the Omaha Correctional Facility and Madison County Jail, hosting speakers to discuss various criminal justice career fields, and demonstrations of the Mobile Crime Lab and repelling wall. There are several opportunities to get involved with community events. In past years, we have assisted with security at the Cattleman's Ball, assisted with a missing person search, and conducted a security assessment for campus.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice, consists of a sequence of courses that provides practical knowledge and prepares the criminal justice student to directly enter the workforce or helps current practicing professionals enhance their education as they continue on their career path. This degree takes an interdisciplinary approach that provides a broad knowledge base and encourages initiative and integrity. This study enables students to develop rational decisions and informed responses to challenges facing law enforcement, corrections, court operations, and human services fields.

The AAS Degree in Criminal Justice includes specified general education courses, elective options, and courses in all facets of criminal justice. Students may also receive course credit for successful completion of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center and Jail Management Certification, as well as other specialized courses through Northeast’s credit for prior learning program.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice Law Enforcement, A.A.

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A degree in criminal justice can be your first step to an exciting and rewarding career in public safety. We offer an associate of arts degree in law enforcement.

The associate of arts degree with a concentration in criminal justice will give you knowledge to apply directly on the job or to continue study toward a four-year degree. This degree takes an interdisciplinary approach that provides a knowledge base and encourages initiative and integrity.

We have an active Criminal Justice Association for students. Some activities include tours to various correctional facilities, such as the Omaha Correctional Facility and Madison County Jail, hosting speakers to discuss various criminal justice career fields, and demonstrations of the Mobile Crime Lab and repelling wall. There are several opportunities to get involved with community events. In past years, we have assisted with security at the Cattleman's Ball, assisted with a missing person search, and conducted a security assessment for campus.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice, consists of a sequence of courses that provides practical knowledge and prepares the criminal justice student to directly enter the workforce or helps current practicing professionals enhance their education as they continue on their career path. This degree takes an interdisciplinary approach that provides a broad knowledge base and encourages initiative and integrity. This study enables students to develop rational decisions and informed responses to challenges facing law enforcement, corrections, court operations, and human services fields.

The AAS Degree in Criminal Justice includes specified general education courses, elective options, and courses in all facets of criminal justice. Students may also receive course credit for successful completion of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center and Jail Management Certification, as well as other specialized courses through Northeast’s credit for prior learning program.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education, A.A.

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Working with children and infants is a challenging career with great rewards. Our program will prepare you to work in child care centers, preschool settings, Head Start, before-and-after-school programs, family home care, and as classroom aides and nannies. You will learn in real childcare settings from experienced professionals. We also have an active student organization and have helped in providing child care activities during special events.

As a childcare provider, you will provide appropriate playtime activities, read stories, and teach sharing and basic skills. You'll prepare and serve meals and snacks. You'll also communicate with parents about the activities of their child(ren). Patience is an essential quality in this field. If you earn an associate of arts degree, you may continue your education at a four-year college for a bachelor's degree in early childhood, early childhood unified education, or elementary education with an endorsement in early childhood.

We also offer this degree completely online through a cooperative effort with other Nebraska community colleges. Scholarships are available for already employed childcare workers.

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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Working with children and infants is a challenging career with great rewards. Our program will prepare you to work in child care centers, preschool settings, Head Start, before-and-after-school programs, family home care, and as classroom aides and nannies. You will learn in real childcare settings from experienced professionals. We also have an active student organization and have helped in providing child care activities during special events.

As a childcare provider, you will provide appropriate playtime activities, read stories, and teach sharing and basic skills. You'll prepare and serve meals and snacks. You'll also communicate with parents about the activities of their child(ren). Patience is an essential quality in this field. If you earn an associate of arts degree, you may continue your education at a four-year college for a bachelor's degree in early childhood, early childhood unified education, or elementary education with an endorsement in early childhood.

We also offer this degree completely online through a cooperative effort with other Nebraska community colleges. Scholarships are available for already employed childcare workers.

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Teacher Assistant

Education Paraprofessionals, A.A.

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Education paraprofessionals perform duties that are instructional in nature or deliver direct services to students or parents. Paraprofessionals serve in positions for which a teacher or another professional has ultimate responsibility for the design and implementation of educational programs and services. Substitute teaching opportunities may also be available.

A combination of general education requirements, selected education-related courses, and suggested electives will lead to an associate of arts degree with a concentration in paraprofessional education. Sixty credit hours (which must include at least one professional education course that deals with children, schools or education) and evidence of Human Relations training (verified through documentation of relevant work experience or Human Relations coursework taken from a four-year institution) will meet the requirements to apply for local substitute teaching certification from the Nebraska Department of Education. Check online at www.nde.state.ne.us for more information.

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Medical Assistant

Medication Aide Training

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The Medication Aide program is designed to prepare you to meet the requirements of the Medication Aide Act and the responsibilities of the medication aide in an assisted living facility and/or a nursing facility.

This course includes information regarding medication administration, pharmacology, rules and regulations, classification of drugs, orders, storage, abbreviations, and an overview of commonly used drugs and documentation.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Paramedic Diploma

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People's lives often depend on the quick reactions and competent care of emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics. EMTs and paramedics provide this vital service as they care for and transport the sick or injured to a medical facility. The Paramedic program will provide you with the required knowledge and skills to care for patients who are injured due to trauma or suffer from medical problems. Your instructors not only teach, but work as paid professionals in the paramedic field. Enrollment in this program is limited and based on date of application and date of obtaining National Registry EMT Certification.

After successful completion of the program, you will be eligible to take the National Registry for Emergency Medical Technicians – Paramedic exam, and acquire a Nebraska license to practice as an advanced provider. This program is approved through the State of Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Regulation and Licensure. EMT-Basic (current EMT certification or licensure) is a prerequisite for acceptance into the Northeast Paramedic program.

Northeast Community College goal is: “To prepare competent entry-level Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains with or without exit points at the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician and/or Emergency Medical Technician, and/or Emergency Medical Responder levels.”

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Paramedic, A.A.S.

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People's lives often depend on the quick reactions and competent care of emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics. EMTs and paramedics provide this vital service as they care for and transport the sick or injured to a medical facility. The Paramedic program will provide you with the required knowledge and skills to care for patients who are injured due to trauma or suffer from medical problems. Your instructors not only teach, but work as paid professionals in the paramedic field. Enrollment in this program is limited and based on date of application and date of obtaining National Registry EMT Certification.

After successful completion of the program, you will be eligible to take the National Registry for Emergency Medical Technicians – Paramedic exam, and acquire a Nebraska license to practice as an advanced provider. This program is approved through the State of Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Regulation and Licensure. EMT-Basic (current EMT certification or licensure) is a prerequisite for acceptance into the Northeast Paramedic program.

Northeast Community College goal is: “To prepare competent entry-level Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains with or without exit points at the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician and/or Emergency Medical Technician, and/or Emergency Medical Responder levels.”

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts, A.A.S.

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The Culinary Arts program will prepare you for many jobs in the rapidly-growing food service industry. This program is offered in partnership with Metropolitan Community College (MCC) in Omaha. You'll take your first year of classes through Northeast and your second year through MCC.

You'll learn about nutrition, supervision techniques, people skills, and culinary foundations. You'll have the opportunity to use your skills in a real commercial kitchen setting and be prepared for a career in the kitchen as a chef or highly trained culinary when you complete this degree.

The Metropolitan Community College program is accredited by the American Culinary Federation Accrediting Commission and the Commission on Accreditation of Hospitality Management.

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Energy Industry

Power Generation Technician

Diesel Technology - Agriculture, A.A.S.

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The Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technology Program is an instructional program that provides students with competencies required to maintain and repair a variety of industrial diesel equipment

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Technology - Agriculture, A.A.S.

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The Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technology Program is an instructional program that provides students with competencies required to maintain and repair a variety of industrial diesel equipment

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Wind Turbine Technician

Wind Energy Diploma

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Wind energy is a rapidly growing industry in Nebraska and throughout the nation.

The students in the wind energy program will learn the necessary safety skills and engage in higher skill levels needed to work in positions in the wind energy field. Students will develop their basic skills with courses in wind energy fundamentals, basic electricity, wind turbine systems, and continue with motor controls, mechanical systems, blue print reading, and fluid fundamentals. The second year, students will engage in wind electronics for control systems that interface with programmable controllers and SCADA systems. Students will understand rigging and climbing safety in and around a wind turbine. Wind turbine siting will be introduced for awareness of economic and development compliance. Successful graduates will be prepared for a position in the wind energy industry. (Enrollment into this program is limited and based on the date of application.)

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Wind Energy, A.A.S.

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Wind energy is a rapidly growing industry in Nebraska and throughout the nation.

The students in the wind energy program will learn the necessary safety skills and engage in higher skill levels needed to work in positions in the wind energy field. Students will develop their basic skills with courses in wind energy fundamentals, basic electricity, wind turbine systems, and continue with motor controls, mechanical systems, blue print reading, and fluid fundamentals. The second year, students will engage in wind electronics for control systems that interface with programmable controllers and SCADA systems. Students will understand rigging and climbing safety in and around a wind turbine. Wind turbine siting will be introduced for awareness of economic and development compliance. Successful graduates will be prepared for a position in the wind energy industry. (Enrollment into this program is limited and based on the date of application.)

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Electromechanical Technology, A.A.S.

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Learn the skills to install, maintain, and repair complex industrial equipment in the Electromechanical Technology program. Your study will focus on electrical principles, circuitry, electrical controls, robotics, print reading, programming, computer-aided drafting, mechanical systems, and other components related to electromechanical repair. Learn from concentrated classroom instruction and hands-on learning.

Our instructors have worked in the field and will provide you with real world experience. You'll learn how to troubleshoot electrical and electronic systems, manufacturing processes, hydraulic and pneumatic operations, motor and logic controls, power transmissions, and robotics and automated systems.

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Machinist

Machining and Manufacturing Automation Certificate

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Through classroom instruction and hands-on lab experiences, you will gain highly valuable knowledge and skills in welding, fabrication, precision measurement, machining, and operation and programming of computerized manufacturing technologies including computer numerical control (CNC) and industrial robotics. Our instructors have worked in the field and will provide you with real world experience.

You can earn industry recognized credentials while learning about industrial safety, maintenance, quality, equipment operations, and leadership. When you graduate you will be prepared to work in middle skilled positions in a wide variety of manufacturing environments.

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Machining and Manufacturing Automation Diploma

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Through classroom instruction and hands-on lab experiences, you will gain highly valuable knowledge and skills in welding, fabrication, precision measurement, machining, and operation and programming of computerized manufacturing technologies including computer numerical control (CNC) and industrial robotics. Our instructors have worked in the field and will provide you with real world experience.

You can earn industry recognized credentials while learning about industrial safety, maintenance, quality, equipment operations, and leadership. When you graduate you will be prepared to work in middle skilled positions in a wide variety of manufacturing environments.

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402-371-2020

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801 E Benjamin
Norfolk, NE 68702-0469
United States