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Criminal Investigator

Administration of Justice Certificate of Achievement

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The Administration of Justice discipline involves the study of the theory and practice of law, law enforcement, the courts, and corrections systems. Law enforcement specializes in police activities including effective investigation and patrol services to the public. The courts specialize in responsibilities to the public through the trial system. The corrections systems specialize in the punishment and incarceration process as well as rehabilitation of the offender. Private security services explore private protection through private agencies.

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Administration of Justice, A.A.

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The Administration of Justice discipline involves the study of the theory and practice of law, law enforcement, the courts, and corrections systems. Law enforcement specializes in police activities including effective investigation and patrol services to the public. The courts specialize in responsibilities to the public through the trial system. The corrections systems specialize in the punishment and incarceration process as well as rehabilitation of the offender. Private security services explore private protection through private agencies.

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Police Officer

Administration of Justice Certificate of Achievement

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The Administration of Justice discipline involves the study of the theory and practice of law, law enforcement, the courts, and corrections systems. Law enforcement specializes in police activities including effective investigation and patrol services to the public. The courts specialize in responsibilities to the public through the trial system. The corrections systems specialize in the punishment and incarceration process as well as rehabilitation of the offender. Private security services explore private protection through private agencies.

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Administration of Justice, A.A.

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The Administration of Justice discipline involves the study of the theory and practice of law, law enforcement, the courts, and corrections systems. Law enforcement specializes in police activities including effective investigation and patrol services to the public. The courts specialize in responsibilities to the public through the trial system. The corrections systems specialize in the punishment and incarceration process as well as rehabilitation of the offender. Private security services explore private protection through private agencies.

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Correctional Officer

Administration of Justice Certificate of Achievement

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The Administration of Justice discipline involves the study of the theory and practice of law, law enforcement, the courts, and corrections systems. Law enforcement specializes in police activities including effective investigation and patrol services to the public. The courts specialize in responsibilities to the public through the trial system. The corrections systems specialize in the punishment and incarceration process as well as rehabilitation of the offender. Private security services explore private protection through private agencies.

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Administration of Justice, A.A.

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The Administration of Justice discipline involves the study of the theory and practice of law, law enforcement, the courts, and corrections systems. Law enforcement specializes in police activities including effective investigation and patrol services to the public. The courts specialize in responsibilities to the public through the trial system. The corrections systems specialize in the punishment and incarceration process as well as rehabilitation of the offender. Private security services explore private protection through private agencies.

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Social Services Assistant

Career Specialist Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to provide students with career preparation at for entry-level employment in community agencies in counseling.

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Case Management in the Public Sector Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in case management in public social services setting, including the fundamentals of organizational structure, funding, evaluation, assessment and referral, employment services, and career paths.

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Human Services Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in human services with a knowledge of intervention methodologies at the individual, group, and community levels.

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Human Services Work Experience

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To be effective it must be approached cooperatively and with enthusiasm by the student, the employer, and the college coordinator. The student will gain college credit, a new appreciation of the responsibilities he/she has to his/her employer, greater awareness and improved job skills.

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Human Services, A.A.

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Students will demonstrate their understanding of goals, functions and organizational contemporary human service fields, evaluated by written or objective assessments

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Preschool Teacher

Child Development - Associate Teacher Certificate of Achievement

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The Associate Teacher Certificate is designed to be the first step toward obtaining entry-level employment in the field of Early Childhood Education in a preschool or childcare setting. The Associate Teacher Certificate requires 19 CD units which includes four units of practicum/ supervised experience with young children. This Certificate meets California Title 5 requirements for the Child Development Associate Teacher Permit. Applications can be obtained through the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Office.

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Child Development - Early Intervention and Inclusion Certificate of Achievement

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The Early Intervention and Inclusion Certificate prepares individuals to work as early childhood paraprofessionals with expertise in special education and early intervention. The program's perspective is culturally sensitive and family-focused which emphasizes the value of individual differences in young children. This certificate meets the State's competencies for early childhood intervention/early childhood special education paraprofessionals. This Certificate meets California Title 5 requirements for the Child Development Associate Teacher Permit. Upon completion of all the courses, contact the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Office for an application.

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Child Development - Early Intervention and Inclusion, A.A.

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To graduate with a specialization in Child Development-Early Childhood Intervention and Inclusion, students must complete the following required courses plus the general breadth requirements for the Associate Degree (minimum 60 semester units). This degree prepares individuals to work as early childhood paraprofessionals with expertise in special education and early intervention. The Child Development courses meet the State's competencies for early childhood intervention/early childhood special education paraprofessionals.

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Child Development - Family Child Care Provider Certificate of Achievement

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The Family Child Care Provider Certificate prepares students for working in family childcare or home childcare programs. The Family Child Care Certificate requires 25 CD units, which includes practicum experience with children. Students earning this certificate meet the Title 5 requirements for the Associate Teacher Permit through the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Office.

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Child Development - Infant/Toddler Certificate of Achievement

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The Infant/Toddler Certificate is designed to be the first step toward obtaining entry-level employment specializing in infant/toddler care. Students will be prepared to work with infants/toddlers (0-36 months) enabling the student to assist a teacher in a public infant/toddler program or teach infants/toddlers in a private childcare setting. The Infant/Toddler Certificate requires 25 CD units, which includes four units of CD Practicum/Field Work experience with infants/toddlers.

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Child Development - Master Teacher Certificate of Achievement

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The Master Teacher Certificate is designed to prepare students to supervise, mentor and assist other teachers and aides in a preschool or childcare and education setting. The Master Teacher Certificate requires 37 CD units, which includes six specialization units and 4 units of CD Practicum/ Field Work experience with children preschool-12 years of age plus a minimum of 16 general education units. General Education units need to come from the each of the following categories and meet Valley College GE requirements: English, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Humanities and Math or Science. This Certificate meets the course and unit requirement for the Master Teacher Permit through the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Please note that students must also meet the experience requirement of 350 days of 3+ hours per day within 4 years.

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Child Development - Site Supervisor Certificate of Achievement

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The Site Supervisor Certificate is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills necessary to be qualified as a preschool or childcare center site supervisor. Students completing a Site Supervisor Certificate meet the academic requirements for the CD Site Supervisor Permit. Please note that the field experience requirement for the Site Supervisor Permit requires 350 days of 3+ hours per day within four years including at least 100 days of supervising adults. With this Certificate, students qualify to be Child Development Center Directors in private Title 22 Programs as long as they also have two years of teaching experience in a licensed center.

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Child Development - Teacher Certificate of Achievement

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The Teacher Certificate is designed for individuals working with children in a preschool or childcare setting. The certificate focuses on developing age appropriate curriculum for the classroom and observation/assessment of children. The Teacher Certificate requires 31 CD units, which includes 4 units of CD Practicum/ Field Work with young children plus 16 general education units as specified. This Certificate meets the course and unit requirement for the Teacher Permit through the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Please note that students must also meet the experience requirements of 175 days of 3+ hours per day within 4 years.

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Child Development, A.A.

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To graduate with a specialization in Child Development, students must complete the following required courses plus the general breadth requirements for the Associate Degree (minimum 60 semester units). The degree contains the core eight courses needed for transfer and the necessary course work to be a qualified early childhood educator. Students completing the degree will qualify for the unit and course requirements necessary to apply for the California State Child Development Teacher Permit.

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Teacher Assistant

Child Development - School Age Certificate of Achievement

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The School-Age Certificate is designed to be the first step toward entry-level employment specializing in the care of children from 6-12 years. It prepares students for working in after-school programs or childcare facilities that serve older children.

This Certificate meets the course and unit requirements for the Child Development Associate Teacher Permit with a School-Age Emphasis and the Child Development Associate Teacher Permit through the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

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Environmental Field Technician

Environmental Science, A.S.

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Awareness of the issues of environmental quality is increasingly important in business, industry, and government. The growing human population and increasing consumption of resources are creating unprecedented pressures on our planetary life support systems. Environmental Science Majors need to complete an interdisciplinary set of core requirements that provide a basic understanding of the physical, biological, and social sciences and the relevance of these sciences to environmental processes and issues. In addition, the coursework will prepare students for related baccalaureate majors, including: biology, chemistry, engineering, geography (including emphasis in geographic information systems (GIS)), geology, mathematics, oceanography, and physics. For non-majors, the program’s goal is to educate students to make better-informed choices about key environmental and health issues.

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Transportation Industry

Aircraft Mechanic

Airframe Maintenance Technician Certificate of Achievement

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The Aeronautics Department curriculum offers students several ways to qualify for employment in the aviation industry. Students may pursue an Associate of Science degree or certificates in Airframe and Powerplant Technology. Students desiring specific ratings or licenses should consult with faculty in the Aeronautics Department and/or the Federal Aviation Administration. Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution and major in aeronautics should consult with a counselor regarding the transfer process and lower division requirements.

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Aviation Maintenance Technician Certificate of Achievement

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The Aeronautics Department curriculum offers students several ways to qualify for employment in the aviation industry. Students may pursue an Associate of Science degree or certificates in Airframe and Powerplant Technology. Students desiring specific ratings or licenses should consult with faculty in the Aeronautics Department and/or the Federal Aviation Administration. Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution and major in aeronautics should consult with a counselor regarding the transfer process and lower division requirements.

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Aviation Maintenance Technician, A.S.

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The Aeronautics Department curriculum offers students several ways to qualify for employment in the aviation industry. Students may pursue an Associate of Science degree or certificates in Airframe and Powerplant Technology. Students desiring specific ratings or licenses should consult with faculty in the Aeronautics Department and/or the Federal Aviation Administration. Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution and major in aeronautics should consult with a counselor regarding the transfer process and lower division requirements.

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Avionics Technology Certificate of Achievement

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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Avionics Technology, A.S.

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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Powerplant Maintenance Technician Certificate of Achievement

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The Aeronautics Department curriculum offers students several ways to qualify for employment in the aviation industry. Students may pursue an Associate of Science degree or certificates in Airframe and Powerplant Technology. Students desiring specific ratings or licenses should consult with faculty in the Aeronautics Department and/or the Federal Aviation Administration. Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution and major in aeronautics should consult with a counselor regarding the transfer process and lower division requirements.

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Auto Mechanic

Automatic and Manual Transmission Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate prepares students to gain entry-level employment in maintenance and repair of automotive and hybrid vehicle transmissions. Transmission technicians work with some of the most advanced technology in the auto service industry, including computer command control on electronic gear trains, couplings, hydraulic pumps and other transmission components.

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Automatic and Manual Transmission, A.S.

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This degree prepares students to gain entry-level employment in maintenance and repair of automotive vehicle transmissions. Transmission technicians work with some of the most advanced technology in the auto service industry, including computer command control on electronic gear trains, couplings, hydraulic pumps and other transmission components.

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Automotive Technician Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level work as automotive technicians working in areas such as general automotive and hybrid repair and service.

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Automotive Technician, A.S.

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The Automotive Technology curriculum is designed to concentrate on technically related courses in the repair of today’s high-tech computerized automobile. Upon completion of the program, the degree holder will be able to seek employment as an entry-level automobile repair technician in a dealership or the aftermarket service area, and can move into advanced automotive opportunities such as service advising and manufacturer corporate positions. The program is part of the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) division of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certified.

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Automotive Work Experience

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To be effective it must be approached cooperatively and with enthusiasm by the student, the employer, and the college coordinator. The student will gain college credit, a new appreciation of the responsibilities he/she has to his/her employer, greater awareness and improved job skills.

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Engine Performance Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level work as an engine performance specialist, diagnostic technician, or a state certified Smog check and repair technician. Students will become familiar with computer systems, hybrid and electrical systems, basic engine diagnosis, emissions repair, and the Smog certification test.

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Engine Performance, A.S.

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This degree is designed to prepare students for entry-level work as an engine performance specialist, diagnostic technician, or a state certified Smog check and repair technician. Students will become familiar with computer systems, hybrid and electrical systems, basic engine diagnosis, emissions repair, and the Smog certification test. To graduate with a specialization in Engine Performance, students must complete all requirements for the certificate with a grade of C or better plus the general breadth requirements for the Associate of Science Degree (minimum total = 60 units).

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Preventative Maintenance Technician Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment as technicians performing entry-level preventative maintenance and minor repairs. Typical duties include new car preparation, vehicle inspections and assisting master technicians.

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Wheel Alignment and Brakes Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level work as an automotive technician working in the area of wheel alignment and brake repair.

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Wheel Alignment and Brakes, A.S.

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The degree prepares students for entry-work in front wheel and four-wheel alignment and brake-repair. The technician can move into advanced automotive opportunities such as service advising and manufacturer corporate positions.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Android Application Security Support Specialist Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate provides a comprehensive overview of Android Application Security. Students will understand Android devices and how to secure them. Upon completion of this certificate, students will be prepared for entry-level work in Information Technology.

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Computer Science Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to provide students with the fundamentals of software engineering, information processing concepts, and programming to prepare them for entry-level positions as programmers for scientific and business applications.

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Computer Science Work Experience

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To be effective it must be approached cooperatively and with enthusiasm by the student, the employer, and the college coordinator. The student will gain college credit, a new appreciation of the responsibilities he/she has to his/her employer, greater awareness and improved job skills.

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Computer Science, A.S.

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This degree is designed to provide students with the fundamentals of software engineering, information processing concepts, and programming to prepare them for entry-level positions as programmers for scientific and business applications.

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iOS Application Security Support Specialist Certificate of Achievement

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This is a comprehensive introduction to iOS Application Security. The certificate provides students with the knowledge required to understand Inter-network Operating System (iOS). Graduating students from this program will be prepared for entry level work in Information Technology.

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Web and Multimedia Design Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level work in a variety of occupations related to web site design, development, creation, and maintenance.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Cisco Certified Network Associate Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students to take the Cisco Certified Network Associate certification examination. This course of study prepares students for entry-level employment in the computer-networking field. The certificate is part of the Cisco Networking Academy program and all instruction is provided by Cisco Certified Academy Instructors using Cisco certified curriculum.

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CIT - Management Information Systems Certificate of Achievement

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The Management Information Systems Certificate offers a complete introduction to computers, specific training in selected software packages, advanced courses dealing with programming, Databases, and networks.

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CIT - Management Information Systems, A.S.

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The Management Information Systems Associates of Science degree prepares students to work with Computerized Information Systems that involve substantial use of databases and servers. Students with this degree are prepared for employment related to computer systems, networks, databases, or information security. To graduate with a specialization in CIT Management Information Systems, students must complete all requirements for this degree plus the general breadth requirements. (minimum total = 60 units)

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Computer Network Support Specialist Certificate of Achievement

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This course of study prepares students for entry-level employment in the computer-networking field. The courses also prepare students to take multiple industry-recognized certifications from Cisco Systems, including the CCENT, CCNA, and CCNA Security. Students will also be prepared to take the A+ certification examination from CompTIA and the MTA examination from Microsoft. Most of the courses in this Certificate are part of the Cisco Networking Academy Program.

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Information Security Analyst

CIT - Management Information Systems Certificate of Achievement

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The Management Information Systems Certificate offers a complete introduction to computers, specific training in selected software packages, advanced courses dealing with programming, Databases, and networks.

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CIT - Management Information Systems, A.S.

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The Management Information Systems Associates of Science degree prepares students to work with Computerized Information Systems that involve substantial use of databases and servers. Students with this degree are prepared for employment related to computer systems, networks, databases, or information security. To graduate with a specialization in CIT Management Information Systems, students must complete all requirements for this degree plus the general breadth requirements. (minimum total = 60 units)

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Computer Information Technology Work Experience

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To be effective it must be approached cooperatively and with enthusiasm by the student, the employer, and the college coordinator. The student will gain college credit, a new appreciation of the responsibilities he/she has to his/her employer, greater awareness and improved job skills.

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Digital Forensics Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate consists of 18 units that will prepare students with the knowledge required for analyzing, investigating, and writing reports pertaining to basic digital forensics. This certificate will help to prepare students for entry-level work in the digital forensics field.

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Information Security and Cyber Defense Certificate of Achievement

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A comprehensive introduction to the principles of Information Assurance, Information Systems Security, and Cyber Defense. Program content and outcomes are aligned with industry certifications and the recommendations of the National Security Administration/US Department of Homeland Security. Includes practical experiences with the application of Information Assurance principles to Systems and Network Administration.

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Web Application Security Support Specialist Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate will provide students with the knowledge required to understand web security, how to protect web resources and password administration management online. Upon completion of this certificate, students will be prepared for entry level work in Information Technology.

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Database Administrators

CIT - Management Information Systems Certificate of Achievement

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The Management Information Systems Certificate offers a complete introduction to computers, specific training in selected software packages, advanced courses dealing with programming, Databases, and networks.

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CIT - Management Information Systems, A.S.

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The Management Information Systems Associates of Science degree prepares students to work with Computerized Information Systems that involve substantial use of databases and servers. Students with this degree are prepared for employment related to computer systems, networks, databases, or information security. To graduate with a specialization in CIT Management Information Systems, students must complete all requirements for this degree plus the general breadth requirements. (minimum total = 60 units)

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Information Technology Work Experience

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To be effective it must be approached cooperatively and with enthusiasm by the student, the employer, and the college coordinator. The student will gain college credit, a new appreciation of the responsibilities he/she has to his/her employer, greater awareness and improved job skills.

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Computer Support Specialist Certificate of Achievement

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The Computer Specialist Certificate is designed to provide students with skills in advanced computer technology pertaining to a wide variety of industry specific and government agency career paths. Students are required to have a basic knowledge of reading and writing as well as have completed Math 095 or assessed at a higher level.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architecture and Environmental Design, A.A.

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To graduate with a specialization in Architectural Design Studies, a student must complete the following courses in addition to the general breadth requirements for an Associate’s Degree. For transfer students, these courses will provide students with the tools needed to construct a portfolio that will be required to transfer into Architecture Programs at 4-year institutions. Along with a successful portfolio, these courses should also constitute the first two years of an Architecture Program. In addition, these courses should help students interested in transferring to 4-year institutions as Environmental Design, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design and Urban Planning majors.

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Welder

Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to provide students with training in Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW-G and FCAW-S). This is the semi-automatic welding process often used to replace Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) in many industrial applications. Industry certifications are stressed.

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Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to provide students with training in Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW). Metals will include Steel and Aluminum. Industry Certifications for both plate and pipe will be stressed.

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Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) Certificate of Achivement

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This certificate is designed to provide students with training in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW). GTAW is commonly known as TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas Welding). Students will work with Steel, Stainless Steel and Aluminum in both plate and pipe applications. Industry Certifications are stressed.

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Pipe Welding Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate will give students an introduction into pipe welding with all of the four major welding processes used in the industry. These include SMAW, GMAW, FCAW-G, FCAW-S, and GTAW.

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Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to train students in the use of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) often known as Arc or Stick Welding. Electrode identification, welding symbols, and joint design are stressed. Students working for certificates must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select.

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Welding Inspection Technology Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for the American Welding Society (AWS) and/or International Code Council (ICC) Welding Inspector examinations.

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Welding Job Readiness Certificate of Completion

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This noncredit certificate is designed to complement the credit degree and certificates in the welding technology program by providing continuing education and practice for anyone in the welding industry. Focus is on Industry recognized welding certifications with the Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) and Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) processes.

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Welding Technology Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to provide students with an understanding of the terminology, concepts, procedures and skills used in the welding field to equip them with the fundamental skills necessary for entry- and intermediate-level employment as a combination welder.

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Welding Technology, A.S.

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This degree is designed to provide students with an understanding of the terminology, concepts, procedures and skills used in the welding field to equip them with the fundamental skills necessary for entry- and intermediate-level employment as a combination welder. To graduate with a specialization in Welding Technology, students must complete the following required courses for the certificate plus the general breadth requirements for the Associate of Science Degree (minimum total = 60 units).

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Welding Work Experience

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To be effective it must be approached cooperatively and with enthusiasm by the student, the employer, and the college coordinator. The student will gain college credit, a new appreciation of the responsibilities he/she has to his/her employer, greater awareness and improved job skills.

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Electrician

General Electrician Certificate of Achievement

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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HVAC Technician

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students with the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain entry-level employment in the field of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration, installing, maintaining, and repairing such systems.

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

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To graduate with a specialization in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, students must complete all requirements for the certificate with a grade of C or better plus the general breadth requirements for the Associate of Science Degree (minimum total = 60 units).

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Refrigeration Service Engineer Society (HVAC) Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for advanced level of employment. These training courses are aligned with the North American Technician Excellence (NATE) industry organization. Technicians who successfully complete one or more of these courses may receive credit toward renewing their NATE certification.

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Refrigeration/Air Conditioning Work Experience

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To be effective it must be approached cooperatively and with enthusiasm by the student, the employer, and the college coordinator. The student will gain college credit, a new appreciation of the responsibilities he/she has to his/her employer, greater awareness and improved job skills.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Basic Machine Operator Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students with basic entry-level machine operator skills, safety knowledge, theory, and quality control skills in manufacturing processes. Students obtaining this certificate will qualify for the first level certification in National Industry Metal Skills (NIMS).

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Basic Operation Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to provide entry-level skills to operate a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) lathe or milling type machine tool.

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Computer Numerical Control - CAD & CAM Certificate of Achievement

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Students working for certificates must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading, and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment as production machinists working with complex Computer Numerical Control (CNC) cutting machines.

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Computer Numerical Control - CAD & CAM, A.S.

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The Machine Technology program offers a broad training that prepares individuals for entry-level employment in the machining industry. Through a combination of classroom study and assigned lab activities, students develop trade skills and become familiar with production methods and standards common to the industry. Within the lab setting, emphasis is on the practical application of skills. Students will learn to operate a variety of conventional machine tools and computer numerical control (CNC) machines, interpret industrial drawings/blueprints, and use precision measuring and inspection instruments. Good math, problem-solving, and computer skills are important.

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Industrial Automation Certificate of Achievement

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Students will be prepared for high paying careers in the many existing and future automated manufacturing plants, smart warehouses, and high technology distribution and material handling centers, usually located near major railroad hubs, airports, and interstate freeways. Nearly every product in the supply chain is processed through a complex network of automated material handling, transportation, and logistics centers. This certificate program focuses on the electronic technology responsible for monitoring, controlling, and actuating automated processes involved with all phases of material processing, packaging, and handling systems. Students will be equipped with technical information on mechanical, electrical, analog and digital electronics, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, fluid power systems, computer hardware and software, networking, interfacing, robotics, sensors and actuators typically used in automated equipment.

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Machine Technology Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in manufacturing using machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, and spindles to produce precision metal parts.

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Machinist Standard Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in manufacturing producing precision metal parts using machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, and spindles, or in the maintenance and manufacture of new parts for existing machinery.

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Machinist Standard, A.S.

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The Machine Technology program offers a broad training that prepares individuals for entry-level employment in the machining industry. Through a combination of classroom study and assigned lab activities, students develop trade skills and become familiar with production methods and standards common to the industry. Within the lab setting, emphasis is on the practical application of skills. Students will learn to operate a variety of conventional machine tools and computer numerical control (CNC) machines, interpret industrial drawings/blueprints, and use precision measuring and inspection instruments. Good math, problem-solving, and computer skills are important.

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Tool & Die Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in producing tools, dies, and special guiding and holding devices that enable machines to manufacture a variety of products used daily - from clothing to furniture to heavy equipment and parts for aircraft.

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Tool & Die, A.S.

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The Machine Technology program offers a broad training that prepares individuals for entry-level employment in the machining industry. Through a combination of classroom study and assigned lab activities, students develop trade skills and become familiar with production methods and standards common to the industry. Within the lab setting, emphasis is on the practical application of skills. Students will learn to operate a variety of conventional machine tools and computer numerical control (CNC) machines, interpret industrial drawings/blueprints, and use precision measuring and inspection instruments. Good math, problem-solving, and computer skills are important.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Communication Engineering Technology Certificate of Achievement

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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Communication Engineering Technology, A.S.

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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Computer Engineering Technology Certificate of Achievement

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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Computer Engineering Technology, A.S.

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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Electric Power Technology Certificate of Achievement

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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Electric Power Technology, A.S.

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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Electronics Technology Certificate of Achievement

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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Electronics Technology, A.S.

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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Electronics Work Experience

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To be effective it must be approached cooperatively and with enthusiasm by the student, the employer, and the college coordinator. The student will gain college credit, a new appreciation of the responsibilities he/she has to his/her employer, greater awareness and improved job skills.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Work Experience

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To be effective it must be approached cooperatively and with enthusiasm by the student, the employer, and the college coordinator. The student will gain college credit, a new appreciation of the responsibilities he/she has to his/her employer, greater awareness and improved job skills.

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Business Industry

Real Estate Appraiser

Entrepreneurship - Real Estate Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed for students who are interested in studying to become their own real estate broker, real estate manager or work in the field of property management. The certificate program provides students with an overview of the different areas of the real estate market and will help guide the student to be an independent broker/agent, to run your own real estate practice, or property management company.

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Real Estate Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate qualifies students for entry-level employment in title and escrow companies, mortgage companies, financial institutions, and related firms. Students working for certificates must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select.

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Real Estate, A.A.

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There are varieties of reasons why people study real estate. Some wish to become real estate agents, and some people study real estate to be better-informed consumers as they work with agents to buy or sell a personal residence. Still others study real estate as a way to acquire long-term investments that could generate rental income for their retirement years. Whatever the reason, this curriculum provides a strong basis for understanding the real estate market.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Graphic Design Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level work using a variety of print, electronic, and film media to create designs that meet clients’ commercial needs.

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Graphic Design, A.A.

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To graduate with a specialization in Graphic Design, students must complete the following required courses plus the general breadth requirements for the Associate Degree (total =60 units). The art courses chosen should reflect the individual student's interests.

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Energy Industry

Solar Energy Technician

Green Technician Certificate of Achievement

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Students working for a degree or certificate in Electricity/ Electronics must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select. The programs offered will prepare student with the fundamentals of electronics technology by offering courses common to electricity, communications and computers, and power technology. This preparation can be for transfer to the university or for further study in areas of communications, computers, electricity, and aircraft electronics. It can also prepare students for entry-level positions in electronics maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of electronics technology. Students should have normal color vision, and hand/eye coordination.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Coding and Billing Certificate of Achievement

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This course of study prepares students for entry-level employment in the medical coding and billing field. The courses are geared towards the students’ successful passing of the American Academy of Professional Coders National Certification Exam--Certified Professional Coder (CPC). During the course of study, students learn the basics of health care finance, office computer skills, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, computerized health record, and other recommended elective courses needed to succeed in the field.

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technology Certificate of Achievement

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This certificate is designed to prepare the student for entry-level employment as a pharmacy technician, assisting pharmacists to provide medication and other healthcare products to patients; receiving and verifying written prescriptions, requests for prescription refills from patients, or electronic prescriptions sent from doctors’ offices; retrieving, counting, pouring, weighing, measuring, and sometimes mixing medications; and preparing containers and labels for medications. Technicians may also establish and maintain patient profiles, prepare insurance claim forms, and stock and take inventory of prescription and over-the-counter medications. Students working for certificates must have a basic knowledge of elementary algebra, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select.

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Pharmacy Technology, A.S.

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The Pharmacy Technology Program is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment as a pharmacy technician, providing medications and other healthcare products to patients and consumers. Under the supervision of a Pharmacist, students learn to fill prescriptions, establish and maintain patient profiles, prepare insurance claim forms, take inventory, and stock medications. A background check may be required for clinical experience. The California Board of Pharmacy may deny the Pharmacy Technician license based on convictions substantially related to Pharmacy Technician practice.

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San Bernardino, CA 92410-2798
United States