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Software Developer

C++ Programming Skills Occupational Skills Award Certificate

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The Computer Programming Occupational Skills Award is a basic introduction to C++ programming and a starting point for the Level 1 Certificate. It is also for current programmers who need C++ programming experience.

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Computer Programmer, A.A.S..

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This degree plan helps prepare the student for an entry level position in programming computers. Entry-level computer programmers can update, repair, modify, and expand existing programs, and progress to perform analysis, design, and development of new programs. The programmer converts a computer-solution design - or design change into a logical series of instructions that the computer can follow. The programmer codes these instructions in any of a number of programming languages (such as C++ and Python), depending on the need. This degree plan includes study of software program design and structured programming techniques, since programmers have begun to assume some of the responsibilities that were once performed only by software engineers: some computer programmers now assist software engineers in identifying user needs and designing certain parts of computer programs, as well as other functions. This field continues to evolve quickly, reflecting changes in technology and new areas of specialization, as well as the changing practices of employers.

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Computer Programming Intermediate Level II Certificate

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The Computer Programming Intermediate Level II Certificate plan helps prepare the student for an internship-level position in programming computers. The included Capstone Internship is a work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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Java Programming Skills Occupational Skills Award Certificate

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The Computer Programming Occupational Skills Award is a basic introduction to Java programming and a starting point for the Level 1 Certificate. It is also for current programmers who want Java development Skills.

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Secure Software Development, A.A.S.

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This award focuses on the design and create secure software.

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Visual Basic.NET Programming Occupational Skills Award Certificate

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The Computer Programming Occupational Skills award is a basic introduction to Visual Basic .NET programming and a starting point for the Level 1 Certififcate. It is also for current programmers who are seeking to expand th .NET development.

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Web Programming Occupational Skills Award Certificate

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The Computer Programming Occupational Skills award is a basic introduction to web programming and a starting point for the Level 1 Certificate.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

CISCO Certified Network Associate Level I Certificate

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Cisco Exploration courses 1 through 4 of the Cisco Networking Technologies Academy provide students with a basic foundation in networking. Students who successfully complete this portion of the program are prepared to earn the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA®) certification.

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Network Administrator, A.A.S.

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Students earning this degree will be prepared to pursue information technology and networking careers in a variety of industries, including health care, financial services, education, entertainment, and more. With an emphasis on practical experience, students learn the basics of routing, switching, wireless, troubleshooting, and other advanced technologies to prepare for the globally-recognized Cisco CCNA® certification, continued education, and for entry-level career opportunities such as Network Administrator, Network Engineer, Network Installer, Network Technician, or Help Desk Technician.Students earning this degree will be prepared to pursue information technology and networking careers in a variety of industries, including healthcare, financial services, education, entertainment, and more. With an emphasis on practical experience, students learn the basics of routing, switching, wireless, troubleshooting, and other advanced technologies to prepare for the globally-recognized Cisco CCNA® certification, continued education, and for entry-level career opportunities such as Network Administrator, Network Engineer, Network Installer, Network Technician, or Help Desk Technician.

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Virtualization/Private Cloud Enhanced Skills Certificate

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Students earning this enhanced skills certificate will have competencies in server virtualization and cloud computing.

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IT Support Specialist

CompTIA A+ and Netowrk+ Occupational Skills Award Certificate

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The Computer Programming Occupational Skills Award is a basic introduction to programming and a starting point for the Level 1 Certificate.

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CompTIA A+ and Netowrk+ Occupational Skills Award Certificate

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The Computer Programming Occupational Skills Award is a basic introduction to programming and a starting point for the Level 1 Certificate.

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Computer Desktop Support Technician Level I Certificate

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This certificate is preparation for a job in help desk support providing direct, routine technical support, configuration, troubleshooting, problem resolution, and responding to inquiries through the Help Desk for computer systems, laptops, servers, printers, and network issues.

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Computer Desktop Support Technician Level I Certificate

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This certificate is preparation for a job in help desk support providing direct, routine technical support, configuration, troubleshooting, problem resolution, and responding to inquiries through the Help Desk for computer systems, laptops, servers, printers, and network issues.

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Computer Support Specialist Level I Certificate

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This certificate may be completed in one year. Main responsibilities include troubleshooting a computer for problems and finding the quickest best solutions to fix them.

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Computer Support Specialist Level I Certificate

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This certificate may be completed in one year. Main responsibilities include troubleshooting a computer for problems and finding the quickest best solutions to fix them.

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Computer Support Specialist, A.A.S.

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This degree helps the student prepare for a career as a computer support specialist. All computer support positions require strong analytical thinking and problem-solving abilities.

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Computer Support Specialist, A.A.S.

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This degree helps the student prepare for a career as a computer support specialist. All computer support positions require strong analytical thinking and problem-solving abilities.

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Data Security Management

CompTIA Security+ Certification Preparation Occupational Skills Award Certificate

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The Information Assurance & Cybersecurity Occupational Skills Award is a basic introduction to Cybersecurity and a starting point for the Level 1 Certificate.

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Cyber First Responders Certificate

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The Cyber First Responders Occupational Skills Award is designed to prepare first responders to effectively and efficiently act to counter cyber-based terror attacks against our nation’s internet, communications, and network-based infrastructure.

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Information Assurance and Cybersecurity Level I Certificate

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The information security and assurance certificate may be completed in one year. Information Security and Assurance will prepare students to design, implement and secure computer networks.

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Information Assurance and Cybersecurity, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science in Information Assurance and Cybersecurity will prepare students to design, implement and secure computer networks. Students with this degree will be able to install security software, monitor networks for security breaches, respond to cyber-attacks and in some cases, gather data and evidence to be used in prosecuting cyber-crime.

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Information Technology and Security Academy (ITSA) Level I Certificate

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The Information Technology and Security Academy (ITSA) Certificate is a standalone certificate specially created for the Information Technology and Security Academy to compliment the high school technology skill set. It may be completed in a student’s junior and senior high school years and prepares them for entry level positions in information technology.

After performing well in this curriculum the student will be on his or her way to sit for the CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+, LPIC-1, and Linux+ certifications which is a great way to start a career in the IT industry. Earning certifications shows not only that you have the right knowledge and skills to do the job, but also that you are dedicated to your IT career. Many companies, including Microsoft, Ricoh, Lenovo and Cisco, recommend or require CompTIA certification and / or Cisco certification programs.

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Linux Professional Institute Certification (LPIC 1) Occupational Skills Award Certificate

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This award prepares students for the LPIC-1 Certification and the Linux+ certification exams.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Communication Design Enhanced Skills Certificate

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The Communication Design Program provides general education and training in the field of visual communications through both traditional and digital design course offerings.

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Communication Design Level I Certificate

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The Communication Design Program provides general education and training in the field of visual communications through both traditional and digital design course offerings.

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Communication Design, A.A.S.

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The Communication Design Program provides general education and training in the field of visual communications through both traditional and digital design course offerings.

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Broadcast Engineer

Radio Television Broadcasting Certificate

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The Radio-Television-Broadcasting field of study combines theoretical understanding of radio and television and extensive hands-on training to prepare students for success in rapidly changing fields in mass media.

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Radio-Television-Broadcasting, A.A.S.

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The RTVB AAS degree provides a general education and training in the field of Radio, Television, Film and related industries such as Advertising and Public Relations through writing, production and editing courses.  Graduates may find design careers in radio, audio, television, video, film production and editing, advertising, public relations, copywriting, news writing and production and announcing.

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Public Service Industry

Criminal Investigator

Computer Forensics Level I Certificate

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Forensic science technicians aid criminal investigations by collecting and analyzing evidence. Many technicians specialize in either crime scene investigation or laboratory analysis. Most forensic science technicians spend some time writing reports.

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Court Reporting: Computer Aided Transcription Technology Level II Certificate

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The Court Reporting Computer-Aided Transcription (CAT) Level 2 Certificate is a continuation of the Court Reporting: Transcriptionist/Scopist Level 1 Certificate. The Court Reporting Computer-Aided Transcription (CAT) Level 2 Certificate prepares a Court Reporting Program student to use machine shorthand to capture speech at a speed of 225 words per minute and transcribe notes with 97% accuracy. The student is prepared to take the state-level CSR (Certified Shorthand Reporter) and the national-level RPR (Registered Professional Reporter) certification exams at the completion of the competencies. Upon passing the CSR, the student can: 1) work as an official Court Reporter in court or 2) can work as a freelance reporter (taking depositions) for a court reporting firm.

Continues with speedbuilding courses progressing from 60-100 WPM, CR Academic-Medical Court Reporting..

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Court Reporting: Computer-Aided Transcription Technology, A.A.S.

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The Court Reporting Computer-Aided Transcription (CAT), Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.), degree prepares a Court Reporting Program student to use machine shorthand to capture speech at a speed of 225 words per minute and transcribe notes with 97% accuracy. The student is prepared to take the CSR and RPR certification exams at the completion of the competencies. The degree also serves as the required teaching credential once the student has served three years as a Certified Shorthand Reporter.

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Court Reporting: Transcriptionist/Scropist Level I Certificate

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The Court Reporting Transcriptionist/Scopist Level 1 Certificate qualifies a beginning Court Reporting Program student to serve as an assistant to a professional court reporter and to transcribe and edit notes taken at depositions. The certificate is the basis for the progression toward an Associate of Applied Science degree in Court Reporting.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice: Correctional Science, A.A.S

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This Associate of Applied Science degree is designed to assist students in developing the skills necessary for a career in corrections.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Peace Officer Option, A.A.S.

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This Associate of Applied Science degree is designed to assist students in developing the skills necessary for a career in law enforcement and is based on Texas requirements.

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Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement, A.A.S.

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This Associate of Applied Science degree is designed to assist students in developing the skills necessary for a career in law enforcement and is based on Texas requirements.

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Law Enforcement Level I Certificate

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This certificate offers students the opportunity to begin working on courses that will satisfy requirements under the AAS in Law Enforcement.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood and Administration Studies Enhanced Skills Certificate

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This 6 hour enhancement certificate is designed for students who have completed an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Studies. This will qualify people to be a director at early childhood care and education centers according to the Texas Minimum Standards for Child Care Centers.

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Early Childhood Studies Level II Certificate

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This certificate is designed to train personnel for assistant teacher jobs in the early education setting such as Early Head Start and nationally accredited early care and education centers.

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Early Childhood Studies Level II Certificate

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This certificate is designed to train personnel for assistant teacher jobs in the early education setting such as Early Head Start and nationally accredited early care and education centers.

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Early Childhood Studies, A.A.S.

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This 60 credit hour degree is designed to train personnel for lead teacher jobs in the early education setting such as Early Head Start and nationally accredited early care and education centers. It also qualifies students to be teacher assistants in public schools and PreK4SA.

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Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Studies Level II Certificate

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This certificate is designed to train personnel for assistant teacher jobs in the early education setting such as Early Head Start and nationally accredited early care and education centers.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technician/Basic Occupational Skills Award

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This course of study prepares students to become well rounded, competent entry level Emergency Medical Technicians, able to provide lifesaving care in a wide variety of emergencies. EMT Basic is the minimum EMT level required to become a firefighter in the State of Texas.

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Emergency Medical Technician/Paramedic Level II Certificate

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This course of study prepares students to become well rounded, competent entry level Paramedics, able to provide advanced life support in a wide variety of emergencies.

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Emergency Medical Technician/Paramedic, A.A.S.

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This course of study prepares students to become well rounded, competent entry level Paramedics, able to provide advanced life support in a wide variety of emergencies. An AAS Degree is required for paramedics who wish to obtain the Licensed Paramedic from the Texas Department of State Health Services. In addition, an AAS degree has been shown to be advantageous in hiring and promotional processes. Some fire and EMS agencies offer incentive pay for AAS degree holders.

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Firefighter

Fire Science/Fire Fighting with an Emphasis in Homeland Security, A.A.S.

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The Fire Science / Fire Fighting with an Emphasis in Homeland Security program reflects the assessed needs of the community for careers in the fire service and the need for trained professionals in disaster preparedness. The need for disaster preparedness has been magnified by the added threat of a terrorist attack using weapons of mass destruction. The curricula are designed to prepare students for initial career preparation, career development, and for foundations leading to university transfer credit. The curricula of the Fire Science / Fire Fighting with an Emphasis in Homeland Security Program meets or exceeds the standards established by the National Fire Academy-Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) committee.

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Fire Service Leadership, A.A.S.

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The Fire Service Leadership Program reflects the assessed needs of the community for careers in the fire service and in fire service management. The curricula are designed to prepare students for initial career preparation, career development, and for foundations leading to university transfer credit.

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Firefighter/Basic Level I Certificate

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San Antonio College Fire Science degrees and certificates are part of the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) certification process. Prior to being appointed to fire suppression duties, personnel must complete a Commission-approved basic structure fire suppression program and successfully complete a Commission recognized emergency medical course. Students may receive academic credit for successful completion of TCFP-approved basic firefighter certification courses. Successful completion of this Level I Certificate allows students to take the TCFP structured exam. Students must also successfully complete a commissioned recognized Emergency Medical course in order to receive the TCFP Basic Fire Suppression certification.

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Social Services Assistant

Human Services, with a specialization in Addiction Counseling, A.A.S.

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This AAS degree specialty in Addiction Counseling is designed for individuals who wish to pursue training in the substance related and addictive disorders and seek licensure as a chemical dependency counselor through the Texas Department of State Health Services.

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Human Services, with a specializationin Substance Abuse Prevention, A.A.S.

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This AAS degree is designed for individuals wanting to pursue the Associate Prevention Specialist designation through the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and/or the certification as a Prevention Specialist through the Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professionals (TCBAP).

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Human Services: Addiction Studies Level I Certificate

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This Level-1 Certificate is designed for individuals seeking licensure as a chemical dependency counselor and hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in an approved area of study.

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Human Services: Drug/Alcohol Abuse Counseling Level I Certificate

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This Level-1 Certificate is designed for individuals seeking licensure as a chemical dependency counselor and hold a minimum of an associates degree.

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Human Services: Substance Abuse Prevention Level I Certificate

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This Human Services Level-1 Certificate is designed for individuals currently working in the substance abuse prevention field and/or for individuals who wish to pursue training in the substance abuse prevention area.

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Social Work, A.A.S.

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The thumbprint of the program is case management skill building. Most case managers learn this vital skill on the job. Graduates will be equipped to enter the workforce with a deep understanding of critical concepts of delivering services within complex environments using ethical practice principles and assessment strategies.

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Social Work: Level II Certification in Case Management

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Case Management is a growing industry in both public, private and non-profit sectors. Students are provided a framework for case management services delivered in health care, addictions, long-term care, aging, HIV/AIDS, occupational services, child and welfare family services, and adult and juvenile justice.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Studies, A.A.S.

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The AAS in Parelegal Studies is designed to prepare students to have the the skills needed to work as a paralegal.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Assistant

Dental Assisting Level I Certificate

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The Dental Assisting program sequences its fourteen (14) technical courses to provide each student with the essential knowledge and skills necessary to become a vital part of the dental health care team and receive a Certificate Level I in Dental Assisting.

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Dental Assisting, A.A.S.

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The Dental Assisting program sequences its fourteen (14) technical courses with an additional nine educational to provide each student with the essesntial knowledge and skills necessary to become a vital part of the dental health care team to qualify the student to earn their Associate of Applied Science along with their Certificate Level I in Dental Assisting.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting Certificate Level II

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You will learn both the administrative and clinical procedures required to be performed in the physician's office. The student will learn manual scheduling, bookkeeping, medical records maintenance, and medical insurance claims. In addition, the medical assistant will be able to function within a computerized office management system performing scheduling, billing, collections and electronic medical records. Clinically you will learn and perform EKGs, urinalysis, phlebotomy, injections, assisting with minor surgery, casting, wound care, eye/ear irrigation, urinary catheterization, vital signs, pulmonary functions tests, measuring infants and much more.

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Medical Assisting, A.A.S.

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You will learn both the administrative and clinical procedures required to be performed in the physician's office. The student will learn manual scheduling, bookkeeping, medical records maintenance, and medical insurance claims. In addition, the medical assistant will be able to function within a computerized office management system performing scheduling, billing, collections and electronic medical records. Clinically you will learn and perform EKGs, urinalysis, phlebotomy, injections, assisting with minor surgery, casting, wound care, eye/ear irrigation, urinary catheterization, vital signs, pulmonary functions tests, measuring infants and much more.

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Business Industry

Real Estate Appraiser

Real Estate Management, A.A.S.

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Real Estate Management is a two-year accelerated program to develop fundamental skills, knowledge, attitudes, and experience necessary for men and women to function in real estate careers.

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Resl Estate Level I Certificate

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The certificate in Real Estate Management is designed to develop fundamental skills, knowledge, attitudes, and experience necessary for men and women to engage in leasing, selling, and management opportunities within the field.

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210-486-0000

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1819 N. Main Ave.,
San Antonio, TX 78212-3941
United States