Spartanburg Community College

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Automated Manufacturing Technology, A.A.S.

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Automated manufacturing technology students learn to maintain, install, operate and service all types of automated systems, including robotic work cells. They study electrical and electronic theory and computer, mechanical and robotic fundamentals.

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Manufacturing Operations Certificate

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This certificate prepares students for operator positions in a manufacturing environment. This certificate prepares students with the skills to understand the manufacturing environment, culture, processes, and values. Graduates will have sufficient skills to enter the workforce or continue in other industrial programs.

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Mechatronics Technology Certificate

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Mechatronics Technology is an interdisciplinary field involving control systems, electronic systems, computer networks, and mechanical systems that integrates product design and automated manufacturing processes.

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Mechatronics Technology, A.A.S.

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This program develops students through skills training and academics. Focus is placed on an integrated model approach of analysis and troubleshooting on advanced automated equipment and machinery found in modern manufacturing facilities. The program combines electronic, mechanical, robotics and control systems technologies.

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Process Control Technology - General Technology, A.A.S.

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Process Control Technology is an interdisciplinary field involving control systems, electronic systems, industrial instrumentation, and mechanical systems to automate the control of physical parameters of manufacturing systems such as pressure, flow, level, temperature, pH, humidity, and mixing ratios.

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Process Control Technology Certificate

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Process Control Technology is an interdisciplinary field involving control systems, electronic systems, industrial instrumentation, and mechanical systems to automate the control of physical parameters of manufacturing system such as pressure, flow, level, temperature, pH, humidity, and mixing ratios.

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Electrician

Industrial Electricity - General Technology, A.A.S.

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Students will complete a primary technical specialty in Industrial Electricity and a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals.

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Industrial Electricity Certificate

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Industrial electricity students study electrical theory. They also learn electrical and electronic circuits, motor controls and programmable logic controller fundamentals.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Industrial Electricity - General Technology, A.A.S.

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Students will complete a primary technical specialty in Industrial Electricity and a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals.

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Industrial Electricity Certificate

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Industrial electricity students study electrical theory. They also learn electrical and electronic circuits, motor controls and programmable logic controller fundamentals.

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Machinist

Machine Tool Technology Certificate

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Machine tool technology students learn to set up and operate all standard machine tools. They acquire knowledge and skills in mathematics, blueprint reading, and precision measuring equipment.

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Machine Tool Technology, A.A.S.

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Machine tool technology students learn to set up and operate all standard machine tools. They acquire knowledge and skills in mathematics, blueprint reading, drafting, metals and heat treatment, precision measuring equipment, and computer numerical control (CNC).

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Manufacturing Operations Certificate

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This certificate prepares students for operator positions in a manufacturing environment. This certificate prepares students with the skills to understand the manufacturing environment, culture, processes, and values. Graduates will have sufficient skills to enter the workforce or continue in other industrial programs.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Manufacturing Operations Certificate

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This certificate prepares students for operator positions in a manufacturing environment. This certificate prepares students with the skills to understand the manufacturing environment, culture, processes, and values. Graduates will have sufficient skills to enter the workforce or continue in other industrial programs.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Manufacturing Operations Certificate

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This certificate prepares students for operator positions in a manufacturing environment. This certificate prepares students with the skills to understand the manufacturing environment, culture, processes, and values. Graduates will have sufficient skills to enter the workforce or continue in other industrial programs.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Service Technology, A.A.S.

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Students learn to diagnose, service, repair and maintain automotive systems, products and components. They learn to use recommended procedures, service publications, special service tools and equipment to properly repair customer vehicles.

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Automotive Technology Ford ASSET, A.A.S.

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Ford ASSET (Automotive Student Service Educational Training) students learn to diagnose, service, and maintain Ford and Lincoln-Mercury automotive products and components. They learn to use recommended procedures, special service tools and equipment, and Ford service publications.

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Ford Maintenance and Light Repair Certificate

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Ford Maintenance and Light Repair students learn theory of operation and diagnosis/repair of Ford automotive brake, electrical, air conditioning, steering and suspension systems.

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Information Technology Industry

IT Support Specialist

Computer Support Specialist Certificate

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Computer support specialist students learn to maintain personal computer systems, solve user problems, support user applications and provide user training. Students learn to diagnose and troubleshoot PC operating system problems, upgrade and maintain PC hardware and help desk concepts. In addition, students learn networking concepts, database concepts and programming logic.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Technology, Networking/Cybersecurity, A.A.S.

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Computer technology with networking/cybersecurity electives students develop skills in PC operating systems, PC hardware concepts, computer software applications, cybersecurity, and developing and maintaining small to medium sized computer networks.

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Computer Technology, Programming/Database, A.A.S.

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Computer technology with programming/database electives students develop skills in software development, PC operating systems, systems analysis and design, PC hardware concepts, computer software applications, database applications and networking.

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Electronics Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Electronics Engineering Technology students gain skills necessary to assist engineers in designing, building, installing and testing electronic, computer, power and telecommunication equipment. They also develop skills in computer architecture, software development, programming applications and computer networking.

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Information Security Analyst

Computer Technology, Networking/Cybersecurity, A.A.S.

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Computer technology with networking/cybersecurity electives students develop skills in PC operating systems, PC hardware concepts, computer software applications, cybersecurity, and developing and maintaining small to medium sized computer networks.

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Networking/Cybersecurity Certificate

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Networking/cybersecurity certificate students develop skills to design, build and maintain secure small to medium-sized networks. In addition, students learn to apply knowledge and skills to monitor, detect, investigate, analyze and respond to security incidents.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Technology, Networking/Cybersecurity, A.A.S.

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Computer technology with networking/cybersecurity electives students develop skills in PC operating systems, PC hardware concepts, computer software applications, cybersecurity, and developing and maintaining small to medium sized computer networks.

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Networking/Cybersecurity Certificate

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Networking/cybersecurity certificate students develop skills to design, build and maintain secure small to medium-sized networks. In addition, students learn to apply knowledge and skills to monitor, detect, investigate, analyze and respond to security incidents.

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Database Administrators

Computer Technology, Programming/Database, A.A.S.

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Computer technology with programming/database electives students develop skills in software development, PC operating systems, systems analysis and design, PC hardware concepts, computer software applications, database applications and networking.

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Software Development and Database Administration Certificate

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This advanced certificate allows students to develop skills in procedural and event-driven programming. Students design, create and maintain desktop and server databases.

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Software Developer

Computer Technology, Programming/Database, A.A.S.

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Computer technology with programming/database electives students develop skills in software development, PC operating systems, systems analysis and design, PC hardware concepts, computer software applications, database applications and networking.

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Electronics Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Electronics Engineering Technology students gain skills necessary to assist engineers in designing, building, installing and testing electronic, computer, power and telecommunication equipment. They also develop skills in computer architecture, software development, programming applications and computer networking.

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Software Development and Database Administration Certificate

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This advanced certificate allows students to develop skills in procedural and event-driven programming. Students design, create and maintain desktop and server databases.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Electronics Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Electronics Engineering Technology students gain skills necessary to assist engineers in designing, building, installing and testing electronic, computer, power and telecommunication equipment. They also develop skills in computer architecture, software development, programming applications and computer networking.

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Electrician

Electronics Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Electronics Engineering Technology students gain skills necessary to assist engineers in designing, building, installing and testing electronic, computer, power and telecommunication equipment. They also develop skills in computer architecture, software development, programming applications and computer networking.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Certificate

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Culinary arts students learn the basic principles and applications of the food service industry. Competencies include safe food handling practices, sanitation, knife skills, equipment operation and safety, dining room operations and service, nutrition applications, and food preparation; gardemanger, entrees, baked goods and pastries, and buffet planning and organization. Students learn skills to manage production, inventory, purchasing and receiving and personnel.

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Culinary Arts Technology, A.A.S.

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Culinary Arts students learn the basic principles and applications of the food service industry. Competencies include safe food handling practices, sanitation, knife skills, equipment operation and safety, dining room operations and service, nutrition applications, and food preparation; garde manger, entrees, baked goods and pastries, and buffet planning and organization.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Digital Design - General Technology, A.A.S.

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Digital design students acquire skills to become a graphic or web designer. Emphasis is placed on design, digital imagery and typography.

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Digital Design Certificate

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Digital design students acquire skills to become a graphic or web designer. Emphasis is placed on design, digital imagery and typography.

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Early Care and Education, A.A.S.

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The Early Care and Education program offers a combination of classroom instruction and supervised hands-on experiences that prepare students for direct entry into the field of Early Care and Education.

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Early Childhood Development Certificate

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Early childhood development students acquire specific skills to create activities for the social, emotional, physical and mental development of children, both in and out of the classroom.

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Infant and Toddler Certificate

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The Infant Toddler Certificate Program is designed to help upgrade and enhance the skills of infant and toddler child care professionals and also is open to those with no experience. Professionals working with children birth through three years old are provided with training related to experiences in growth and development, curriculum issues, and practical classroom experience. This certificate and the individual courses will lead to the Infant/Toddler credentials administered by the Center for Child Care Career Development if the student wishes to pursue these avenues.

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Social Services Assistant

Early Care and Education, A.A.S.

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The Early Care and Education program offers a combination of classroom instruction and supervised hands-on experiences that prepare students for direct entry into the field of Early Care and Education.

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Early Childhood Development Certificate

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Early childhood development students acquire specific skills to create activities for the social, emotional, physical and mental development of children, both in and out of the classroom.

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Infant and Toddler Certificate

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The Infant Toddler Certificate Program is designed to help upgrade and enhance the skills of infant and toddler child care professionals and also is open to those with no experience. Professionals working with children birth through three years old are provided with training related to experiences in growth and development, curriculum issues, and practical classroom experience. This certificate and the individual courses will lead to the Infant/Toddler credentials administered by the Center for Child Care Career Development if the student wishes to pursue these avenues.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services - General Technology, A.A.S.

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Students in the Emergency Medical Services-General Technology AAS program will receive training in advanced prehospital medical skills through extensive didactic coursework, psychomotor skills labs, clinical rotations, field experience, and internship.

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Emergency Medical Technician Certificate

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This academic credit program provides instruction and practice in dealing with medical and traumatic emergencies. Topics include medical, legal and ethical issues, obtaining vital signs, airway management, oxygen administration, airway devices, CPR and AED operation, scene and patient assessments, physical examination, obtaining a medical history, pharmacology, medical emergencies such as heart attack, respiratory distress, strokes, diabetics and poisonings, traumatic injuries such as bleeding control, wound care, shock management, splinting fractures, motor vehicle collisions, and head and spine injuries, IV maintenance, obstetrics, childbirth, special patient populations, ambulance operations including communication, documentation, infection control, HAZMAT (Hazardous Materials), weapons of mass destruction, terrorism and mass casualty incidents. Use of diagnostic equipment, operation of stretchers and ambulances and skills related to pre-hospital emergency care will be covered in lab sessions and in field experience on a 911 ambulance. Graduates of the Emergency Medical Technician program will be eligible to challenge the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians' (NREMT) practical and written certification examinations and are immediately employable upon certification.

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Paramedic Certificate

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Students in the Paramedic Certificate program will receive training in advanced pre-hospital medical skills through extensive didactic coursework, psychomotor skills labs, clinical rotations, field experience and internship.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Assistant

Expanded Duty Dental Assisting Diploma

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Expanded duty dental assisting (EDDA) students develop skills to receive and to prepare the patient for treatment, to prepare dental instrument setups, and to assist a licensed dentist in the treatment of patients. As an office manager, the dental assistant is a liaison between the dentist and patients. Students work in a simulated dental office in the fall and spring semesters on campus to gain clinical skills. Clinical experience is gained in all three terms by rotations in local dental offices. Professional opportunities include chairside dental assistant, receptionist, oral surgery assistant, orthodontic assistant, pediatric dental assistant, endodontist assistant, periodontist assistant and office manager.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting Diploma

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Medical assistants are health care professionals who perform basic clinical and laboratory skills as well as administrative office procedures. They assist physicians and nurses in caring for patient in ambulatory medical facilities.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technology, A.A.S.

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Medical laboratory technology students' work as medical investigators analyzing blood, urine, spinal and other body fluids and tissues to help the physician diagnose, treat and monitor disease processes in patients. Students have less patient contact than many other health science students.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing, A.A.S.

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The Associate Degree in Applied Sciences-Nursing (ADN) curriculum prepares individuals to assume responsibilities as direct health care providers in a variety of health care settings. The program is designed to help students integrate nursing principles and theories with the sciences to utilize the nursing process in the practice of holistic nursing. The focus of nursing is on health promotion, maintenance, curative, restorative, supportive, and terminal care to individuals and groups of all ages while taking into consideration the factors that influence them in the total environment.

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technician Certificate

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The Pharmacy Technician Program prepares graduates to perform essential functions in various areas of pharmacy practice including retail, hospital, long-term care, home health care, physician office pharmacies and specialized areas of pharmacy. The program provides employers with a competent technician to assist the pharmacist within their scope of practice and to perform necessary unsupervised daily tasks including basic to extensive medication preparation, dosage calculations, compounding, IV admixture, patient information maintenance, inventory and quality control.

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Radiology Tech

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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Radiologic technology students assist the radiologist by performing radiographic examinations of the body to rule out or confirm diseases, fractures and other injuries.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care, A.A.S.

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The respiratory therapist is one of the most critical members of any health care team. Respiratory therapists work closely with doctors to diagnose, treat, manage and educate patients with asthma, emphysema and a wide range of other respiratory problems. Respiratory care students learn to assess a patient's need for respiratory care, administer the therapy, evaluate the patient's response and modify the care to provide the maximum benefit to the patient.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology Diploma

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Surgical technology students learn to facilitate the surgical process by selecting sterile supplies, anticipating the needs of the surgeon, and assisting with the operation as directed by the surgeon. They also maintain aseptic technique and sterile conditions prior to and during surgery to minimize the risk of infection to the patient.

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Energy Industry

Power Plant Operator

Gas and Energy Technology Certificate

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This certificate is designed to meet the needs of local natural gas providers in the employment areas of field customer service, operation maintenance, and construction. Students will receive instruction in the areas of industrial safety, basic electricity, heating and air conditioning, motor and computer fundamentals. This 25-credit hour program is designed to be completed in two semesters.

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Construction Industry

HVAC Technician

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology - General Technology, A.A.S.

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Students will complete a primary specialty in HVAC and minor in a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals.

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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology Certificate

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Heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration students learn skills to repair, install and maintain domestic, commercial and industrial HVAC equipment and controls.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Industrial Electronics Technology, A.A.S.

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Industrial electronics technology students study electrical and electronic theory. They learn to repair, install and maintain all types of electrical and electronic equipment used in industry.

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Electrician

Industrial Electronics Technology, A.A.S.

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Industrial electronics technology students study electrical and electronic theory. They learn to repair, install and maintain all types of electrical and electronic equipment used in industry.

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Welder

Welding - General Technology, A.A.S.

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Students will complete a primary technical specialty in Welding and a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals.

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Welding Certificate

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Welding students acquire skills in Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, and Oxy-Fuel Cutting, with an emphasis on Industrial Safety.

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Contact Phone Number

864-592-4500

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107 Community College Drive
Spartanburg, SC 29303
United States