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St. Clair County Community College

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Information Technology Industry

IT Support Specialist

Computer Information Systems, A.A.S

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Gain hands-on experience with computer software and hardware that will prepare you to work in a variety of business environments. Project-based applications are used to develop knowledge and expertise in spreadsheets, databases, website development, programming and operating systems. Complement those technology skills with basic business principles for a well-rounded portfolio.

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Software Developer

Computer Information Systems: Programming, A.A.S

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Gain hands-on experience with computer software and hardware that will prepare you to work in a variety of business environments. Project-based applications are used to develop knowledge and expertise in spreadsheets, databases, website development, programming and operating systems. Complement those technology skills with basic business principles for a well-rounded portfolio.

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Software Development, A.A.S

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Students will study courses in examining and working with various components of full-stack development. This includes software development foundations in web client technologies, server, object-oriented development and data technologies.

A graduate of this program will be ready for in-demand jobs such as application developer, web applications programmer, information technology analyst (IT analyst), software developer, and web developer. Graduates also can continue into Bachelor degree programs, including some programs where, with careful planning, students can complete up to 90 credits at SC4 and the remaining credits (30-36) either online or on campus at the four-year institution.

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Public Service Industry

Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S

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There are critical shortages of police, corrections, and federal law enforcement officers, as well as an increased need related to homeland security. The criminal justice field seeks those with an open mind, an interest in helping people, a desire to lead others, and has an understanding of both professional and personal ethics, honesty and integrity.

At SC4, our students practice crime scene investigation (CSI) techniques such as fingerprint and evidence collections, attend trials and other court processes, participate in field trips to the local jail and state prisons, and gain exposure to the field through presentations by active police officers and other criminal justice professionals.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electronics Technology, A.A.S

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Learn how to build electronic circuits that run equipment and devices that are critical to many fields. Through hands-on lab experiences, this program provides the technical knowledge and skills necessary for entry-level employment as technicians and engineering aides in electronics layout, instrumentation, design, lab work, and field service. Technicians may also install microcomputers, maintain communications equipment or work in electronics repair and sales.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology Certificate

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The Engineering Technology certificate is designed for students who would like to expand their knowledge and skills while allowing flexibility in designing a program of study. You can develop a basic understanding of multiple areas of Engineering Technology by taking classes in any of SC4’s ET subject areas: Electronics, Engineering Graphics/CAD, Mechatronics, Precision Machining, or Welding and Fabricating.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Mechatronics, A.A.S

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The field of mechatronics combines elements of mechanical engineering, electronics, computer engineering, telecommunications and systems engineering for a multi-disciplinary approach to technology used in many economic sectors. Hands-on labs provide experience working on leading edge logic controllers from Siemens and Allen Bradley. Students gain technical skills needed to design, install, program, integrate, service and troubleshoot mechatronic components and systems. These skills lead to careers in hydraulics, pneumatics and automation program design.

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Machinist

Precision Machining, A.A.S

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Learn foundational methods of manually measuring, cutting, drilling and molding metal. Then, adapt those skills to CNC machining that uses computer controls to cut the metal. Students develop skills critical in modern manufacturing plants – computerized manufacturing methods, computer-aided drafting and machining skills, material testing and inspection, quality control and team communication. These skills can lead to new opportunities as material tester, field service technician, quality control manager, estimator, laboratory technician or industrial supervisor.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Engineering Graphics and CAD, A.A.S

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Apply principles of engineering graphics to assist engineers in the preparation of technical drawings. Hands-on labs will provide experience with such software as AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Solidworks and CATIA, while translating your drawings to life using 3D printers. These experiences will provide the foundational skills to adapt to multiple platforms of computer-aided design (CAD) being used in manufacturing, automotive, medical and other fields. Specialized courses will also help you develop proficiency in areas such as bodyline design, tool and die, and injection mold design.

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Welder

Welding and Fabrication, A.A.S

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Very few buildings, bridges, vehicles, ships and even some art applications exist without the work of a welder. These production processes require welding technologies to join metal equipment, parts and structures. Students in our welding program gain technical skills in oxyacetylene welding, brazing and cutting, electric arc welding, and TIG welding. Graduates obtain employment or advance their position in manufacturing, construction, agriculture and service industries, while others start their own welding companies.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Graphic Design Certificate

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Combine your love of art with the use of computers to gain the skills necessary to obtain a job you’ll truly enjoy. Students experience working with real-world clients as they develop skills in print and digital design in studio-based classrooms that provide one-on-one interaction with professors. Software programs such as Adobe Design, Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver are the tools used to develop the skills in making art, communicating ideas, and organizing visual and verbal messages.

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Graphic Design, A.A.S

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Combine your love of art with the use of computers to gain the skills necessary to obtain a job you’ll truly enjoy. Students experience working with real-world clients as they develop skills in print and digital design in studio-based classrooms that provide one-on-one interaction with professors. Software programs such as Adobe Design, Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver are the tools used to develop the skills in making art, communicating ideas, and organizing visual and verbal messages.

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Healthcare Industry

Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical Nursing Certificate

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The practical nursing program prepares graduates to take the state exam to become a licensed practical nurse. This program prepares students to work in a variety of settings such as long-term care facilities, rehabilitation facilities, doctor’s offices and home health care. Practical nurses assist physicians and registered nurses in the modifications of patient care plans, perform basic tests and assist with medications and other treatments. The program maintains a standard of 75% pass rate for all nursing courses. The first-time pass rates for graduates taking the state exam exceed the state and national averages.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S

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As a radiologic technologist, you will be responsible for conducting imaging examinations, accurately positioning patients and ensuring a quality diagnostics image. The program will prepare you with knowledge and skills in anatomy, patient positioning, examination techniques, equipment protocols, safety procedures and basic patient care. Classroom learning is integrated with clinical experiences in hospitals, orthopedic practices and doctor’s offices.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapy, A.A.S

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Respiratory therapy is described as the assessment and treatment of patients with acute and chronic lung and cardiovascular disorders and diseases. Respiratory therapists have demanding responsibilities related to patient care and are a vital component of the health care team. They must have knowledge of the pathophysiology of the cardiopulmonary system and understand the necessary procedures required to diagnose and treat patients from newborns to the elderly.

Respiratory therapy may include treating diseases, infections, or viruses of the cardiopulmonary system such as asthma, emphysema, bronchitis and pneumonia. In certain settings, respiratory therapists may also provide life-saving care to patients.

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Contact Phone Number

810-984-3881

Address

323 Erie Street
Port Huron, MI 48061-5015
United States