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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

3D Modeling and Animation Certificate of Accomplishment

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This certificate provides students with technical and aesthetic skills needed for animation and 3D modeling

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Digital Art Certificate of Accomplishment

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The Digital Art Certificate of Accomplishment signifies that students have received exposure to the basic design,
solutions, and presentation in graphic and digital art. This certificate provides a good foundation for continued study
in the field of graphic and digital art.

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Graphic Design Certificate of Accomplishment

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The Graphic Design Certificate of Accomplishment signifies that students have received exposure to basic design,
solutions, and presentation in graphic art. This certificate provides a firm foundation in graphic design, which can
be used at printing companies and other media firms.

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Multimedia and Graphic Arts Non-Credit

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Multimedia Certificate of Accomplishment

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This certificate provides students with technical, artistic, and creative skills to develop graphics, animations, videos,
and interactive projects.

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Multimedia, A.A.

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This degree provides students with technical, artistic, and creative skills to develop graphics, animations, videos,
and interactive projects.

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AV Technician

Audio Technician Certificate of Accomplishment

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This certificate signifies that students have mastered the basic skills of sound reinforcement and recording for live
and recorded events. Successful completion will provide a solid basis for future study in sound design and live
event reinforcement

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Entertainment Design and Technology: Audio Technician Certificates of Achievement

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This curriculum is designed to prepare students for the various fields of the Entertainment Design and Technology
industry. Special competency areas can be directed toward lighting, audio, live event management, scenery, or
costumes. The program offers certificates of achievement for students intending to go directly into the workplace,
as well as for entertainment industry professionals desiring to enhance their skills.

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Entertainment Design and Technology: Audio Technician, A.A.

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This curriculum is designed to prepare students for the various fields of the Entertainment Design and Technology
industry. Special competency areas can be directed toward lighting, audio, live event management, scenery, or
costumes. The program offers certificates of achievement for students intending to go directly into the workplace,
as well as for entertainment industry professionals desiring to enhance their skills.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Beginning Technology Skills Certificate of Completion

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This noncredit certificate program provides the skills and terminology necessary to secure entry-level employment in the Office automation occupations.

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Computer Fundamentals (Information Technology) Non-Credit

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Computer Fundamentals Certificate of Completion

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Upon completion of the Computer Fundamentals Certificate of Completion students will have gained the
fundamental computer skills necessary to understand how a computer operates, how to set up its components, and
how to provide basic support for a computer system.

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Information Technology

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The program in Information Technology (IT) prepares students to either enter the workforce as an IT support
technician or IT system administrator, or pursue a bachelor's degree in managing information systems. IT support
technicians provide technical assistance to computer users. They may answer questions or resolve computer
problems for clients in person, or via telephone or electronically. They may provide assistance concerning the use of
computer hardware and software, including printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating
systems. Computer network technicians analyze, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate existing network systems, such as
local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. They
perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption. Graduates of the
Associate in Science in Information Technology are prepared and eligible to sit for CompTIA's A+ and Network+
certification exams. Optional elective courses prep students for CompTIA's Server+ and Security+ exams.

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Information Technology, A.S.

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The program in Information Technology (IT) prepares students to either enter the workforce as an IT support
technician or IT system administrator, or pursue a bachelor's degree in managing information systems. IT support
technicians provide technical assistance to computer users. They may answer questions or resolve computer
problems for clients in person, or via telephone or electronically. They may provide assistance concerning the use of
computer hardware and software, including printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating
systems. Computer network technicians analyze, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate existing network systems, such as
local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. They
perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption. Graduates of the
Associate in Science in Information Technology are prepared and eligible to sit for CompTIA's A+ and Network+
certification exams. Optional elective courses prep students for CompTIA's Server+ and Security+ exams.

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Multimedia: Game Design and Animation, A.A.

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The Associate in Arts in Multimedia: Game Design and Animation is designed to provide students with a strong
foundation in video game design, 3D modeling, and 2D/3D animation. The program incorporates a variety of
theoretical and technical aspects of the video game design and development process to help build professional skills
relevant in the industry. Game prototyping; character development; 3D modeling and animation; level design; game
engines; project management strategies and techniques; interactive storytelling; and basic programming for video
game design are among the specialized topics explored through this degree. Students have the opportunity to
examine the many careers in interactive digital media related fields while following professional practices and
employing industry-standard software. Career opportunities include positions such as Video Game Artist, Game
Level Designer, 2D Animator, 3D Animator, QA/Video Game Tester, UI Architect, UX Designer, Technical artist,
Visual Designer, Interaction Designer, Junior Producer, Motion Designer and others. Prior to graduation, students
will have assembled a portfolio of game design projects to present to potential employers and will have designed
several complete games from start to finish.

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Video Game Development Certificate of Accomplishment

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This certificate prepares students for entry-level positions in the game Software Development industry, with
emphasis on the following roles: Game and Interactive Software Tester, Game Artist, Game Designer.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Cisco Certified Network Associate Certificate of Accomplishment

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Upon completion of the Cisco Certified Network Associate Certificate of Accomplishment students will have gained
the expertise they need to pass the test required to achieve Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) status.
CCNA Certification skills include the ability to install, configure, and operate simple-routed LAN, routed WAN,
and switched LAN networks.

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Information Technology

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The program in Information Technology (IT) prepares students to either enter the workforce as an IT support
technician or IT system administrator, or pursue a bachelor's degree in managing information systems. IT support
technicians provide technical assistance to computer users. They may answer questions or resolve computer
problems for clients in person, or via telephone or electronically. They may provide assistance concerning the use of
computer hardware and software, including printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating
systems. Computer network technicians analyze, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate existing network systems, such as
local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. They
perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption. Graduates of the
Associate in Science in Information Technology are prepared and eligible to sit for CompTIA's A+ and Network+
certification exams. Optional elective courses prep students for CompTIA's Server+ and Security+ exams.

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Information Technology, A.S.

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The program in Information Technology (IT) prepares students to either enter the workforce as an IT support
technician or IT system administrator, or pursue a bachelor's degree in managing information systems. IT support
technicians provide technical assistance to computer users. They may answer questions or resolve computer
problems for clients in person, or via telephone or electronically. They may provide assistance concerning the use of
computer hardware and software, including printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating
systems. Computer network technicians analyze, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate existing network systems, such as
local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. They
perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption. Graduates of the
Associate in Science in Information Technology are prepared and eligible to sit for CompTIA's A+ and Network+
certification exams. Optional elective courses prep students for CompTIA's Server+ and Security+ exams.

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MCITP Server Administrator Certificate of Accomplishment

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The Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) Server Administrator certification helps you advance your career
by ensuring that you have the skills you need to manage and troubleshoot network environments running on the
Windows server operating system.

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Network Administrator Certificate of Achievement

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Network Administrators manage all of the day-to-day aspects of a computer network. In addition to configuring
networks they are responsible for making the network operational 24 hours a day. Tasks performed include
installing and configuring new equipment, including desktop PCs and servers; troubleshooting day-to-day problems
and unusual issues with networked equipment; and evaluating the need for upgrades or replacements of current
computer hardware and software solutions. Students who achieve this program can become employed as a network
administrator in virtually all businesses and enterprises where computers and networks are used. Students are also
well prepared for industry certification.

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Network Administrator, A.S.

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Network Administrators manage all of the day-to-day aspects of a computer network. In addition to configuring
networks they are responsible for making the network operational 24 hours a day. Tasks performed include
installing and configuring new equipment, including desktop PCs and servers; troubleshooting day-to-day problems
and unusual issues with networked equipment; and evaluating the need for upgrades or replacements of current
computer hardware and software solutions. Students who achieve this program can become employed as a network
administrator in virtually all businesses and enterprises where computers and networks are used. Students are also
well prepared for industry certification.

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System Administration Certificate of Achievement

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The Certificate of Achievement in System Administration prepare students to either enter the workforce as an entrylevel information and communication technologies (ICT) professional or pursue a bachelor's degree in managing
information systems.

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System Administration, A.S.

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The Associate in Science in System Administration prepare students to either enter the workforce as an entry-level
information and communication technologies (ICT) professional or pursue a bachelor's degree in managing
information systems. Graduates of the associate degree in System Administration are prepared and eligible to sit for
Microsoft and/or Linux certification exams. Competency in Microsoft® and/or UNIX/Linux systems administration
and network administration is required.

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Virtualization and Storage Administration Certificate of Accomplishment

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Upon completion of this program students will develop knowledge and skills necessary to support dynamic IT
infrastructures and utilize virtualization technologies to optimize efficiency, resiliency, and control over complex
network environments. Students will learn about the technologies required to build classic, virtualized, and cloud
data center environments. They will also gain practical experience with Microsoft Server 2012, VMware vSphere,
and Microsoft Hyper-V technology; enhance skills with emerging information storage and management solutions;
and prepare for VMware, Microsoft, and EMC certification exams.

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IT Support Specialist

Database Administration Certificate of Achievement

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The Certificate of Achievement in Database Administration prepare students to either enter the workforce as an
entry-level information and communication technologies (ICT) professional or pursue a baccalaureate degree in
computer science. Graduates of the Certificate of Achievement in Database Administration are prepared and eligible
to sit for Microsoft and/or Oracle certification exams. Topics addressed include database administration, Structured
Query Language (SQL), programming practices, desktop databases, and information systems management. Database
design, installation, programming, security, recovery, and backup are also addressed.

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Database Administration, A.S.

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The Associate in Science in Database Administration prepare students to either enter the workforce as an entry-level
information and communication technologies (ICT) professional or pursue a baccalaureate degree in computer
science. Graduates of the associate degree in Database Administration are prepared and eligible to sit for Microsoft
and/or Oracle certification exams. Topics addressed include database administration, Structured Query Language
(SQL), programming practices, desktop databases, and information systems management. Database design,
installation, programming, security, recovery, and backup are also addressed.

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Information Technology

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The program in Information Technology (IT) prepares students to either enter the workforce as an IT support
technician or IT system administrator, or pursue a bachelor's degree in managing information systems. IT support
technicians provide technical assistance to computer users. They may answer questions or resolve computer
problems for clients in person, or via telephone or electronically. They may provide assistance concerning the use of
computer hardware and software, including printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating
systems. Computer network technicians analyze, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate existing network systems, such as
local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. They
perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption. Graduates of the
Associate in Science in Information Technology are prepared and eligible to sit for CompTIA's A+ and Network+
certification exams. Optional elective courses prep students for CompTIA's Server+ and Security+ exams.

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Information Technology, A.S.

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The program in Information Technology (IT) prepares students to either enter the workforce as an IT support
technician or IT system administrator, or pursue a bachelor's degree in managing information systems. IT support
technicians provide technical assistance to computer users. They may answer questions or resolve computer
problems for clients in person, or via telephone or electronically. They may provide assistance concerning the use of
computer hardware and software, including printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating
systems. Computer network technicians analyze, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate existing network systems, such as
local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. They
perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption. Graduates of the
Associate in Science in Information Technology are prepared and eligible to sit for CompTIA's A+ and Network+
certification exams. Optional elective courses prep students for CompTIA's Server+ and Security+ exams.

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IT Service and Support Certificate of Achievement

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IT Service and Support technicians provide a single point of contact for end users to receive support and
maintenance within the organization's desktop computing environment. This includes installing, diagnosing,
repairing, maintaining, and upgrading all PC hardware and equipment to ensure optimal workstation performance.
The technician will also troubleshoot problem areas (in person, by telephone, or via email) in a timely and accurate
fashion, and provide end-user assistance where required.

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IT Service and Support Technician Certificate of Accomplishment

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This certificate will assist students in offering frontline or helpdesk support to end-users, assist computer users in
getting the most from their computer products, and lead them through various procedures, helping them to fix
problems. This support is conducted over the telephone, one-on-one, or in a small group training session

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IT Service and Support, A.S.

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IT Service and Support technicians provide a single point of contact for end users to receive support and
maintenance within the organization's desktop computing environment. This includes installing, diagnosing,
repairing, maintaining, and upgrading all PC hardware and equipment to ensure optimal workstation performance.
The technician will also troubleshoot problem areas (in person, by telephone, or via email) in a timely and accurate
fashion, and provide end-user assistance where required.

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Data Security Management

Information Technology

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The program in Information Technology (IT) prepares students to either enter the workforce as an IT support
technician or IT system administrator, or pursue a bachelor's degree in managing information systems. IT support
technicians provide technical assistance to computer users. They may answer questions or resolve computer
problems for clients in person, or via telephone or electronically. They may provide assistance concerning the use of
computer hardware and software, including printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating
systems. Computer network technicians analyze, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate existing network systems, such as
local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. They
perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption. Graduates of the
Associate in Science in Information Technology are prepared and eligible to sit for CompTIA's A+ and Network+
certification exams. Optional elective courses prep students for CompTIA's Server+ and Security+ exams.

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Information Technology, A.S.

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The program in Information Technology (IT) prepares students to either enter the workforce as an IT support
technician or IT system administrator, or pursue a bachelor's degree in managing information systems. IT support
technicians provide technical assistance to computer users. They may answer questions or resolve computer
problems for clients in person, or via telephone or electronically. They may provide assistance concerning the use of
computer hardware and software, including printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating
systems. Computer network technicians analyze, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate existing network systems, such as
local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. They
perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption. Graduates of the
Associate in Science in Information Technology are prepared and eligible to sit for CompTIA's A+ and Network+
certification exams. Optional elective courses prep students for CompTIA's Server+ and Security+ exams.

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Database Administrator

Oracle Database Operations Certificate of Accomplishment

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The Certificate of Accomplishment in Oracle Database Operations provides training for students seeking
professional positions in designing, creating, and maintaining databases; also creating application code that can be
shared by multiple forms, reports, and data management tools. Courses in the program also help prepare students
wanting to pursue Oracle Application Developer Certified Associate and Oracle Database Administrator Certified
Associate industry-certified examinations (Oracle Corporation OCA certifications).

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Studies Certificate of Achievement

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The Early Childhood Studies Program at Ohlone College prepares students for employment in child development
programs including preschools, children’s centers, family childcare centers, school age programs, and infant and
toddler programs. The Ohlone College program meets or exceeds the requirements for teachers in centers and
programs licensed in the State of California by the Department of Social Services. The program also meets the
requirements for the Child Development Permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. All
Early Childhood Studies majors should plan to follow the suggested flow of courses, beginning with ECS-300.
Options in a particular area of child development involve the completion of an additional six to nine units in courses
specific to that area.

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Early Childhood Studies, A.A.

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The Early Childhood Studies Program at Ohlone College prepares students for employment in child development
programs including preschools, children’s centers, family childcare centers, school age programs, and infant and
toddler programs. The Ohlone College program meets or exceeds the requirements for teachers in centers and
programs licensed in the State of California by the Department of Social Services. The program also meets the
requirements for the Child Development Permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. All
Early Childhood Studies majors should plan to follow the suggested flow of courses, beginning with ECS-300.
Options in a particular area of child development involve the completion of an additional six to nine units in courses
specific to that area.

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Environmental Field Technician

Environmental Studies Certificate of Achievement

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The Certificate of Achievement in Environmental Studies is intended to offer students an opportunity to develop and
appreciate a deeper and more meaningful understanding of environmental issues, all designed within the context of a
diverse, flexible, and interdisciplinary curriculum. Courses deal with topics as diverse as environmental justice;
economics; globalization; capitalism; consumption patterns as they pertain to food, energy, resources, and
sustainability; social justice; human rights; global health; social movements; and the role of culture and its impact on
the landscape. The Certificate of Achievement in Environmental Studies is also aligned with the Associate in Arts in
Environmental Studies, allowing students to easily pursue the associate in arts if they choose to do so.

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Environmental Studies, A.A.

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The Associate in Arts in Environmental Studies offered by Ohlone College is designed to prepare students for
studying Environmental Studies at most universities. The core courses in the associate degree in Environmental
Studies will fulfill the lower division requirements for most campuses of the UC and CSU systems. This program
will enable students to develop a strong foundation in the social and physical sciences. Students will gain a strong
foundation in the functioning of living systems, demography, climatology, food systems, urbanization, ecology,
toxicology, geologic processes, energy resources, pollution, and human attitudes towards nature. Through these
courses students will gain a better understanding of how humans are intimately connected with the environment and
how human activities impact and are impacted by the environment. Careers in natural resource management, land
use planning, business, energy development and management, environmental consulting, waste/energy management,
pollution control, ecologist, law, environmental administration, and environmental activist/lobbyist all require
knowledge of environmental issues and the functioning of ecosystems.

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Natural Science: Physical Science Emphasis, A.A.

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The Associate in Arts in Natural Science has three areas of emphasis: Biological Science; Mathematics and
Technology; and Physical Science. Students may choose one of these emphases to earn a degree in Natural Science.
These emphases will provide students with the knowledge and skills to succeed in a variety of science or
technological careers. Graduates with an Associate in Arts in Natural Science will develop a strong foundation in
the life sciences, physical sciences, and mathematics. Furthermore, the theoretical knowledge and laboratory skills
acquired by students in these programs will also enhance their success with obtaining entry-level jobs that require
two years of college-level science and math.

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Criminal Investigator

Forensics Certificate of Accomplishment

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This certificate provides students with training in speaking competitively.

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Social Services Assistant

Human Development Studies, A.A.

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The associate degree in Human Development Studies offered by Ohlone College is designed to prepare students for
studying Anthropology, Environmental Studies, Psychology, Sociology, and other related subjects at most colleges
and universities. While the core courses required in the associate degree in Human Development Studies will fulfill
the lower division major requirements at most universities, students are advised to meet with academic counselors to
assess the course requirements for specific universities. This program will enable students to develop a strong
foundation in life and social sciences and how they connect to other disciplines.

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Healthcare Industry

Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A.S.

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The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) Program is a two calendar year course of study leading to an Associate in
Science degree and eligibility to take the National PTA licensing examination. The degree requirements include
general education, supporting courses, and Physical Therapist Assistant theory and clinical courses. Successful
completion of the PTA Major Field and Supporting Courses meet the Information Competency graduation
requirement.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapist, A.S.

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Respiratory care is a health care specialty directed at the diagnosis, treatment, management, and care of patients with
deficiencies and abnormalities associated with the cardiorespiratory system. Upon completion of the program
graduates are eligible to sit for the California State License Examinations for Respiratory Care Practitioners (RRT).
Upon successful completion of these examinations an application for licensure can be submitted to the Respiratory
Care Board. This program is based on a selective admission process and involves a special application for
admission. Applicants are selected once a year and begin the course of study each Fall Semester. For program
application contact the Health Sciences Division Office. For program information see the College's web page. This
program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC), 1248 Harwood Road,
Bedford, TX 76021-7244; (817) 283-2835; www.coarc.com.

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Business Industry

Real Estate Appraiser

Real Estate Sales Agent/Broker Associate Certificate of Achievement

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This pathway certificate of achievement helps to prepare students to pursue entry-level careers in today’s fast-paced
Real Estate industry. Real estate agent responsibilities include marketing listings and providing guidance to buyers
and sellers. This curriculum is designed to prepare students for employment in many allied professions such as real
estate salesperson, real estate broker, developers, appraisers, title officers, property managers, and mortgage advisor.
The goal of the Certificate of Achievement in Real Estate Sales Agent/Broker Associate is to prepare students for
the first step toward completing the Associate in Arts in Real Estate Sales Agent/Broker.

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Real Estate Sales Agent/Broker, A.A.

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This program prepares students to pursue entry-level careers in today’s fast paced Real Estate industry. The program
includes in-depth instruction in computer applications, effective business communication skills, negotiation skills,
and essential workplace “soft skills.” Students with this Associate in Arts in Real Estate Sales Agent/Broker are well
suited for careers in the Real Estate industry such as Real Estate Sales Agent/Broker, Title Officer, Appraiser,
Property Manager, etc.

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