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A+/Network+ Certification Preparation Certificate

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The A+/Network+ Certification Preparation curriculum provides the entry-level knowledge, skills and experience required for employment in the field of computer systems administration. Students who complete the certificate will be able to install, configure, upgrade, diagnose and troubleshoot typical PC hardware and software; identify and respond to the needs of networked PC users; and address PC network connection problems, security issues and other infrastructural challenges.

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A+/Network+ Certification Preparation Certificate

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The A+/Network+ Certification Preparation curriculum provides the entry-level knowledge, skills and experience required for employment in the field of computer systems administration. Students who complete the certificate will be able to install, configure, upgrade, diagnose and troubleshoot typical PC hardware and software; identify and respond to the needs of networked PC users; and address PC network connection problems, security issues and other infrastructural challenges.

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Computer Information Technology/Cyber Defense Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Cyber Defense Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Networking Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Networking Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Programming Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Programming Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Systems Administration and Management Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Systems Administration and Management Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Information Systems Fundamentals Certificate

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The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

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Information Systems Fundamentals Certificate

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The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

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Systems Analyst

A+/Network+ Certification Preparation Certificate

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The A+/Network+ Certification Preparation curriculum provides the entry-level knowledge, skills and experience required for employment in the field of computer systems administration. Students who complete the certificate will be able to install, configure, upgrade, diagnose and troubleshoot typical PC hardware and software; identify and respond to the needs of networked PC users; and address PC network connection problems, security issues and other infrastructural challenges.

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Computer Information Technology/Cyber Defense Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Cyber Defense Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Networking Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Networking Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Programming Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Systems Administration and Management Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Information Systems Fundamentals Certificate

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The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

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Data Security Management

A+/Network+ Certification Preparation Certificate

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The A+/Network+ Certification Preparation curriculum provides the entry-level knowledge, skills and experience required for employment in the field of computer systems administration. Students who complete the certificate will be able to install, configure, upgrade, diagnose and troubleshoot typical PC hardware and software; identify and respond to the needs of networked PC users; and address PC network connection problems, security issues and other infrastructural challenges.

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A+/Network+ Certification Preparation Certificate

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The A+/Network+ Certification Preparation curriculum provides the entry-level knowledge, skills and experience required for employment in the field of computer systems administration. Students who complete the certificate will be able to install, configure, upgrade, diagnose and troubleshoot typical PC hardware and software; identify and respond to the needs of networked PC users; and address PC network connection problems, security issues and other infrastructural challenges.

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Computer Information Technology/Cyber Defense Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Cyber Defense Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Networking Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Networking Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Programming Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Programming Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Systems Administration and Management Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Systems Administration and Management Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Information Systems Fundamentals Certificate

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The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

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Information Systems Fundamentals Certificate

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The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

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Software Developer

Computer Information Technology/Cyber Defense Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Networking Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Programming Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Programming Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Systems Administration and Management Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Systems Administration and Management Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Information Systems Fundamentals Certificate

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The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

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Information Systems Fundamentals Certificate

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The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

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Database Administrator

Computer Information Technology/Cyber Defense Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Cyber Defense Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Networking Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Networking Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Programming Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Programming Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Systems Administration and Management Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Systems Administration and Management Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Information Systems Fundamentals Certificate

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The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

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Information Systems Fundamentals Certificate

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The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Information Technology/Cyber Defense Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Cyber Defense Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Networking Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Networking Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Programming Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Programming Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Systems Administration and Management Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Computer Information Technology/Systems Administration and Management Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.

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Information Systems Fundamentals Certificate

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The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

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Information Systems Fundamentals Certificate

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The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Accessible Web Design and Compliance Certificate

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The Accessible Web Design and Compliance curriculum provides the knowledge, skills, and experience required to create, design, and develop websites which are fully accessible to individuals with disabilities. The certificate is designed for working professionals to broaden or update existing skills or for those seeking to develop basic skills in accessible web design. The courses provide the opportunity to learn techniques and industry standards for designing websites in accordance with universal design standards and Web Accessibility Guidelines as defined in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.

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E-Commerce Web Design Certificate

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Today, e-commerce sites depend on a multitude of factors to determine their success. The E-Commerce Design curriculum provides an overview of e-commerce and webpage design for use in marketing and selling online. The courses provide techniques to plan and to design a platform-independent commerce website. They focus on web business strategies, the hardware and software tools necessary for internet commerce, comparison and selection of commerce architecture, security considerations, and the planning of a complete business-to-consumer and business-to-business site.

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Media Technologies/Audio Production Engineering Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Design for Web and Print Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Photography Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Video Production Technology Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects trends in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Web Technology Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Producing for Video and Media Arts Certificate

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The Producing for Video and Media Arts certificate is designed to train individuals in organizing, budgeting, and managing a video or television production of any size or level. The curriculum provides advanced skills the students need to be able to find and analyze a script, develop a budget, hire above-the-line and below-the-line crew, conduct a casting call, breakdown scenes, organize and manage a full crew on set, meet deadlines, follow the editing process, and develop a marketing plan for distribution.

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Sound Production Certificate

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The Sound Production curriculum is designed for working professionals seeking to broaden or update their existing skills in digital audio recording and mixing with contemporary tools for film and video. It is also designed for students who want to complement their skills from a related degree concentration in Media Technologies, such as Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology, or Web Technology.

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Web Design Tools Certificate

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The Web Design Tools curriculum provides the knowledge and skills required to create, design, and develop websites using industry standard software. As versions of software change, so does the increased knowledge needed to skillfully navigate and employ the new features and concepts. Students develop the skills to design graphic-filled websites, use animation, and understand how and when to add audio and video for the web.

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AV Technician

Basic Photography Certificate

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The Basic Photography curriculum is designed for the amateur or media professional interested in adding fundamental photography skills. It is also a career option for someone interested in working as a photofinishing lab technician or in the photographic support industry. The certificate is useful for someone who uses photography as part of his or her profession, such as in the medical industry or law enforcement, but who needs additional photographic skills. All of the courses are hands-on and practical and are taught by experienced professionals.

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Media Technologies/Audio Production Engineering Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Audio Production Engineering Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Design for Web and Print Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Design for Web and Print Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Photography Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Photography Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Video Production Technology Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects trends in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Video Production Technology Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects trends in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Web Technology Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Media Technologies/Web Technology Concentration, A.A.S.

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The Media Technologies program encompasses related career-technical disciplines in five general concentrations: Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology and Web Technology. Students have the opportunity to earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Producing for Video and Media Arts Certificate

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The Producing for Video and Media Arts certificate is designed to train individuals in organizing, budgeting, and managing a video or television production of any size or level. The curriculum provides advanced skills the students need to be able to find and analyze a script, develop a budget, hire above-the-line and below-the-line crew, conduct a casting call, breakdown scenes, organize and manage a full crew on set, meet deadlines, follow the editing process, and develop a marketing plan for distribution.

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Producing for Video and Media Arts Certificate

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The Producing for Video and Media Arts certificate is designed to train individuals in organizing, budgeting, and managing a video or television production of any size or level. The curriculum provides advanced skills the students need to be able to find and analyze a script, develop a budget, hire above-the-line and below-the-line crew, conduct a casting call, breakdown scenes, organize and manage a full crew on set, meet deadlines, follow the editing process, and develop a marketing plan for distribution.

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Sound Production Certificate

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The Sound Production curriculum is designed for working professionals seeking to broaden or update their existing skills in digital audio recording and mixing with contemporary tools for film and video. It is also designed for students who want to complement their skills from a related degree concentration in Media Technologies, such as Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology, or Web Technology.

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Sound Production Certificate

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The Sound Production curriculum is designed for working professionals seeking to broaden or update their existing skills in digital audio recording and mixing with contemporary tools for film and video. It is also designed for students who want to complement their skills from a related degree concentration in Media Technologies, such as Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology, or Web Technology.

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Studio Photography Certificate

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The Studio Photography curriculum is designed for the aspiring media professional interested in adding studio photography skills. The certificate is useful for those seeking employment in a photography studio or those media professionals that work closely with studio/commercial photographers and who are called upon from time to time to create their own photographs. All of the courses are hands-on and practical and are taught by experienced professionals.

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Video Editing Certificate

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The Video Editing certificate is designed for working professionals seeking to broaden or update their existing skills. It is also designed for students who want to complement their skills from a related degree concentration in Media Technologies such as Design for Web and Print, Photography and Web Technology. Topics include editing theory and aesthetics using nonlinear, computer-based systems. Extensive hands-on training with industry standard editing software is emphasized.

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Videography Certificate

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The Videography curriculum is designed for working professionals seeking to broaden or update their existing skills. It is also designed for students who want to complement their skills from a related degree concentration in Media Technologies such as Design for Web and Print, Photography and Web Technology. The certificate provides hands-on training in audio production and motion picture photography.

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Broadcast Engineer

Sound Production Certificate

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The Sound Production curriculum is designed for working professionals seeking to broaden or update their existing skills in digital audio recording and mixing with contemporary tools for film and video. It is also designed for students who want to complement their skills from a related degree concentration in Media Technologies, such as Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology, or Web Technology.

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Sound Production Certificate

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The Sound Production curriculum is designed for working professionals seeking to broaden or update their existing skills in digital audio recording and mixing with contemporary tools for film and video. It is also designed for students who want to complement their skills from a related degree concentration in Media Technologies, such as Audio Production Engineering, Design for Web and Print, Photography, Video Production Technology, or Web Technology.

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Manufacturing Industry

Industrial Engineering Technician

Advanced Manufacturing Certificate

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Subtractive manufacturing and additive manufacturing methods form the basis for advanced manufacturing practices. The Advanced Manufacturing curriculum is based on developing machining and programming skills in the following areas: applied mathematics, technical drawing, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, CNC milling, CNC turning and solids modeling. In addition, courses develop and reinforce communication and computer-usage skills which are in high demand in the modern work environment.

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Mechanical Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The traditional Mechanical Engineering Technology program offers students a broad spectrum of knowledge and skills related to mechanical component and system design. Areas of emphasis include materials, material testing, machine shop practices, manufacturing processes, fluid mechanics with power applications, applied mechanics, electrical fundamentals, and computer-aided drafting and design. In addition, courses place emphasis on safety, teamwork, communications skills and efficient work practices.

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Electrician

Electrical Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The Electrical Engineering Technology program is designed to train students to function effectively as assistants to electrical engineers or independently as electrical/electronics technicians, automation or maintenance technicians. Emphasis is placed on developing knowledge and skills in electrical and electronic circuits, AC and DC motors, robotics, motion control, instrumentation, data acquisition, programmable logic and computer-based controllers, and fluid power applications. In addition, courses place emphasis on safety, teamwork, communications skills and efficient work practices. The curriculum prepares electrical engineering technicians to translate the engineer’s designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment, and prepare reports for the engineering team. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electrical Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The Electrical Engineering Technology program is designed to train students to function effectively as assistants to electrical engineers or independently as electrical/electronics technicians, automation or maintenance technicians. Emphasis is placed on developing knowledge and skills in electrical and electronic circuits, AC and DC motors, robotics, motion control, instrumentation, data acquisition, programmable logic and computer-based controllers, and fluid power applications. In addition, courses place emphasis on safety, teamwork, communications skills and efficient work practices. The curriculum prepares electrical engineering technicians to translate the engineer’s designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment, and prepare reports for the engineering team. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Electromechanical Technology, A.A.S.

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The Electromechanical Technology program is a blend of mechanical, electrical and computerized technologies that together form a complex system used by the manufacturing industry. The program prepares students to work in an integrated, multidisciplinary industrial environment. Skills emphasized include troubleshooting techniques, system preventative maintenance and safety with respect to electrical components, mechanical components and electric motors, pneumatic and hydraulic controls, and PLCs used in mechatronics systems. Students successfully completing this program will have the knowledge and training to manage, investigate, repair and troubleshoot mechatronics systems with the aim of operational efficiency and cost and process controls. In addition, courses place emphasis on safety, teamwork, communications skills and efficient work practices.

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Industrial Automation Certificate

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The Industrial Automation certificate provides upgrading of skills for those presently employed in industry as automation, instrument, and electrical technicians. In addition, the certificate is an excellent way to build basic skills for those who want to enter these fields. The curriculum is based on the skills required to troubleshoot and maintain PLC, Instrumentation, and Data Acquisition systems. Students are encouraged to pursue the Control System Technician Associate exam (CST) upon completion of this certificate. High school graduate reading and writing skills are expected, as development of technical reports and use of technical manuals are required in these courses. Math skills should include practical knowledge of algebra, basic trigonometry and geometry.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate

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The Industrial Maintenance Technology curriculum provides upgrading of skills for those presently in the manufacturing field or basic skills for those who want to enter the field. The certificate is based on developing preventive and predictive skills in the following areas: print reading, applied mathematics, hydraulics, pneumatics, power trains, mechanisms, electronics, and PLCs.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architectural Design Technology, A.A.S.

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The Architectural Design Technology program is designed to train individuals for careers in architectural drafting and design of both commercial and residential structures. Students will gain skills in computer drafting, building information modeling, sustainable design, as well as architectural design concepts. The curriculum prepares students for a wide range of drafting and design careers working alongside architects, engineers, contractors and other professionals. Students will utilize various software programs, including AutoCAD, for 2D design, Rhino for 3D design, and Revit, a building information modeling (BIM) program for 3D design and construction document development. This degree provides a technical foundation for individuals looking to work in the design and construction industry and provide a foundation for those students interested in becoming a LEED Green Associate or LEED AP.

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Architectural Design Technology, A.A.S.

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The Architectural Design Technology program is designed to train individuals for careers in architectural drafting and design of both commercial and residential structures. Students will gain skills in computer drafting, building information modeling, sustainable design, as well as architectural design concepts. The curriculum prepares students for a wide range of drafting and design careers working alongside architects, engineers, contractors and other professionals. Students will utilize various software programs, including AutoCAD, for 2D design, Rhino for 3D design, and Revit, a building information modeling (BIM) program for 3D design and construction document development. This degree provides a technical foundation for individuals looking to work in the design and construction industry and provide a foundation for those students interested in becoming a LEED Green Associate or LEED AP.

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Building Information Modeling Certificate

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The Building Information Modeling curriculum is designed to train individuals in the tools and techniques most commonly used in the building industry. Completion of the certificate also serves to provide the necessary training for those careers that work closely with the building industry, or careers that require the understanding of Building Information Modeling practices for a portion of the required job duties.

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Building Information Modeling Certificate

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The Building Information Modeling curriculum is designed to train individuals in the tools and techniques most commonly used in the building industry. Completion of the certificate also serves to provide the necessary training for those careers that work closely with the building industry, or careers that require the understanding of Building Information Modeling practices for a portion of the required job duties.

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Civil and Construction Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Civil and Construction Engineering Technology provides an academic/technical foundation to train skilled individuals to function effectively as assistants to civil engineers, environmental engineers, architects, developers or construction managers. A successful graduate from this program will exhibit skills in leadership, teamwork, communication and use of technology to support the planning, analysis, design and construction of both small- and large-scale construction and civil projects. Students will attain a basic understanding of testing and design, perform necessary technical calculations and analysis, cost budgeting, scheduling and technical reporting. Students will be prepared to work entry-level positions in a broad range of supervisory and management careers related to civil engineering and construction industries.

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Civil and Construction Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Civil and Construction Engineering Technology provides an academic/technical foundation to train skilled individuals to function effectively as assistants to civil engineers, environmental engineers, architects, developers or construction managers. A successful graduate from this program will exhibit skills in leadership, teamwork, communication and use of technology to support the planning, analysis, design and construction of both small- and large-scale construction and civil projects. Students will attain a basic understanding of testing and design, perform necessary technical calculations and analysis, cost budgeting, scheduling and technical reporting. Students will be prepared to work entry-level positions in a broad range of supervisory and management careers related to civil engineering and construction industries.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Architectural Design Technology, A.A.S.

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The Architectural Design Technology program is designed to train individuals for careers in architectural drafting and design of both commercial and residential structures. Students will gain skills in computer drafting, building information modeling, sustainable design, as well as architectural design concepts. The curriculum prepares students for a wide range of drafting and design careers working alongside architects, engineers, contractors and other professionals. Students will utilize various software programs, including AutoCAD, for 2D design, Rhino for 3D design, and Revit, a building information modeling (BIM) program for 3D design and construction document development. This degree provides a technical foundation for individuals looking to work in the design and construction industry and provide a foundation for those students interested in becoming a LEED Green Associate or LEED AP.

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Building Information Modeling Certificate

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The Building Information Modeling curriculum is designed to train individuals in the tools and techniques most commonly used in the building industry. Completion of the certificate also serves to provide the necessary training for those careers that work closely with the building industry, or careers that require the understanding of Building Information Modeling practices for a portion of the required job duties.

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Civil and Construction Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Civil and Construction Engineering Technology provides an academic/technical foundation to train skilled individuals to function effectively as assistants to civil engineers, environmental engineers, architects, developers or construction managers. A successful graduate from this program will exhibit skills in leadership, teamwork, communication and use of technology to support the planning, analysis, design and construction of both small- and large-scale construction and civil projects. Students will attain a basic understanding of testing and design, perform necessary technical calculations and analysis, cost budgeting, scheduling and technical reporting. Students will be prepared to work entry-level positions in a broad range of supervisory and management careers related to civil engineering and construction industries.

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Electrician

Electrical Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The Electrical Engineering Technology program is designed to train students to function effectively as assistants to electrical engineers or independently as electrical/electronics technicians, automation or maintenance technicians. Emphasis is placed on developing knowledge and skills in electrical and electronic circuits, AC and DC motors, robotics, motion control, instrumentation, data acquisition, programmable logic and computer-based controllers, and fluid power applications. In addition, courses place emphasis on safety, teamwork, communications skills and efficient work practices. The curriculum prepares electrical engineering technicians to translate the engineer’s designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment, and prepare reports for the engineering team. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals.

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Metal Fabricator

Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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Welding Technology is designed to train individuals to weld using Gas Metal Arc (MIG), Gas Tungsten Arc (TIG), Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Flux Core Welding (FCAW) on plate and pipe. The Welding Technology program is aligned with the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and American Welding Society (AWS) guidelines. Graduates from this program will be prepared to test for national industry certifications in codes and standards such as AWS, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and American Petroleum Institute (API). Welding technicians also acquire a general education background, including mathematics and science, while studying welding processes.

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Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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Welding Technology is designed to train individuals to weld using Gas Metal Arc (MIG), Gas Tungsten Arc (TIG), Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Flux Core Welding (FCAW) on plate and pipe. The Welding Technology program is aligned with the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and American Welding Society (AWS) guidelines. Graduates from this program will be prepared to test for national industry certifications in codes and standards such as AWS, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and American Petroleum Institute (API). Welding technicians also acquire a general education background, including mathematics and science, while studying welding processes.

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Welder

Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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Welding Technology is designed to train individuals to weld using Gas Metal Arc (MIG), Gas Tungsten Arc (TIG), Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Flux Core Welding (FCAW) on plate and pipe. The Welding Technology program is aligned with the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and American Welding Society (AWS) guidelines. Graduates from this program will be prepared to test for national industry certifications in codes and standards such as AWS, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and American Petroleum Institute (API). Welding technicians also acquire a general education background, including mathematics and science, while studying welding processes.

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Public Service Industry

Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice program is designed for persons seeking a career in the expanding fields of law enforcement, court administration, corrections, probation and parole, social services or the private security industry. In addition to skills-based knowledge that helps prepare students for successful careers in the criminal justice system, the curriculum also examines theoretical and ethical aspects of the criminal justice system. Topics include the history, structure, and function of the criminal justice system, ethical considerations for the criminal justice professional, theoretical explanations for crime, and effective communication. Coursework also provides a foundation for those who wish to pursue a four-year degree.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice program is designed for persons seeking a career in the expanding fields of law enforcement, court administration, corrections, probation and parole, social services or the private security industry. In addition to skills-based knowledge that helps prepare students for successful careers in the criminal justice system, the curriculum also examines theoretical and ethical aspects of the criminal justice system. Topics include the history, structure, and function of the criminal justice system, ethical considerations for the criminal justice professional, theoretical explanations for crime, and effective communication. Coursework also provides a foundation for those who wish to pursue a four-year degree.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice program is designed for persons seeking a career in the expanding fields of law enforcement, court administration, corrections, probation and parole, social services or the private security industry. In addition to skills-based knowledge that helps prepare students for successful careers in the criminal justice system, the curriculum also examines theoretical and ethical aspects of the criminal justice system. Topics include the history, structure, and function of the criminal justice system, ethical considerations for the criminal justice professional, theoretical explanations for crime, and effective communication. Coursework also provides a foundation for those who wish to pursue a four-year degree.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice program is designed for persons seeking a career in the expanding fields of law enforcement, court administration, corrections, probation and parole, social services or the private security industry. In addition to skills-based knowledge that helps prepare students for successful careers in the criminal justice system, the curriculum also examines theoretical and ethical aspects of the criminal justice system. Topics include the history, structure, and function of the criminal justice system, ethical considerations for the criminal justice professional, theoretical explanations for crime, and effective communication. Coursework also provides a foundation for those who wish to pursue a four-year degree.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice program is designed for persons seeking a career in the expanding fields of law enforcement, court administration, corrections, probation and parole, social services or the private security industry. In addition to skills-based knowledge that helps prepare students for successful careers in the criminal justice system, the curriculum also examines theoretical and ethical aspects of the criminal justice system. Topics include the history, structure, and function of the criminal justice system, ethical considerations for the criminal justice professional, theoretical explanations for crime, and effective communication. Coursework also provides a foundation for those who wish to pursue a four-year degree.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education Certificate

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The Early Childhood Education certificate upgrades the level of training and opportunities for employment, offering four of the courses required for the Child Development Associate (CDA). This certificate provides an interim step between the CDA and the degree, giving students the confidence and motivation to continue on toward earning the Early Childhood Education, A.A.S. degree. Professional development beyond the educational requirements for the CDA is needed to continue to improve the quality of child care and early childhood education in Tennessee. Additionally, certificates of 18 or more hours are recognized by the three star rating through the Tennessee Stars Licensing System for Childcare Centers. The certificate will, therefore, make individuals more hirable by those childcare centers with or aspiring to earn the three star rating.

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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Early Childhood Education prepares the student for a career in child care and early education. The program includes both educational theory and the practical application of learning. Graduates are equipped with the knowledge and skills to deliver appropriate programming for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and primary-age children (birth through age 8) and their families.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Studies, A.A.S.

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A paralegal works in a law office under the direct supervision of an attorney doing legal work such as drafting legal documents, organizing files, conducting legal research and investigation, and managing the office. The Paralegal Studies program offers a core of general education and a core of legal specialty courses designed for paralegals. Although paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public, except as permitted by law, they can, while working under the supervision of an attorney, perform many law office tasks once done solely by an attorney.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts, A.A.S.

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Culinary Arts is designed to provide skills and hone the abilities of graduates to succeed in the food and beverage segment of the hospitality industry. Practical applications of cooking theories and principles are stressed in conjunction with basic managerial applications. Courses include work-related experiences to supplement classroom knowledge, including an intense internship. Graduates can work within the select food segment or opt to go the route of an entrepreneur.

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General Culinary Arts Certificate

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The General Culinary Arts curriculum provides the skills to use industry-standard tools for careers in the hospitality/restaurant/catering and general food service industries. The certificate is designed to train individuals to obtain meaningful work within the culinary level of the food service industry and provide a stepped process for future culinary arts degrees as well as ascension to the varied levels of chef positions within the industry.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Insurance Coding and Reimbursement Certificate

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The Medical Insurance Coding and Reimbursement curriculum prepares individuals for employment in medical coding, insurance and health-care claim processing. Classroom instruction includes use of CPT, ICD, and HCPCS coding processes, as well as the processing of medical insurance claims and medical billing procedures. Students completing the certificate may wish to take the electronic health records specialist certification exam or billing and coding specialist certification exam administered by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) or the coding professional certification exam offered through the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) or the coding assistant certification exam through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing, A.A.S.

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The Nursing program offers two pathways to the A.A.S.: the Traditional pathway and the Bridge pathway. Students following the Traditional pathway may complete general education and other required biology courses along with nursing courses, but it is recommended that the non-nursing courses be completed before students enter the Nursing program. Students following the Bridge pathway must have completed a diploma or other certification program for LPN or EMT-P licensure and will receive credit for NRSG 1710 - Fundamentals of Nursing after completing NRSG 1600 - Transition to Professional Nursing . Students following the Traditional pathway begin nursing courses in the fall and spring semesters; students following the Bridge pathway will begin nursing courses in the spring semester. The Bridge program is a hybrid program with lectures online; testing, lab and clinicals are onsite. The Nursing program is offered at the Blount County, Magnolia Avenue, and Strawberry Plains campuses. Per criteria of the Tennessee Board of Nursing, graduates are eligible to take the nursing licensure exam (NCLEX-RN) to become registered nurses and begin a nursing career.

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Contact Phone Number

865-694-6400

Address

10915 Hardin Valley Road
Knoxville, TN 37933-0990
United States