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Information Technology Industry

IT Support Specialist

Accelerated IT Help Desk Certificate

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This certificate of specialization is a 24-credit-hour program that prepares students for help desk and desktop support technician positions. The foundational principles of end-user support include client operating system and application software, hardware and software installation, system configuration, problem diagnosis and resolution and computer security.

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Biomedical Electronics Technology CS

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This program provides students with skills necessary to enter the field of biomedical electronics technology as Biomedical Electronics Technicians (BMET). Students will learn human anatomy, electrical and electronic concepts associated with medical electronics and devices, basic science behind instruments, and troubleshooting techniques. This program also serves as exam preparation for Certification for the Biomedical Equipment Technician of the International Certification Commission (ICC) for Clinical Engineering and Biomedical Technology. Although STLCC does not offer biomedical technician training online, some of the core classes or prerequisites may be available as online courses.

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IT Help Desk/End User Support CS

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This skill-oriented program prepares you for help desk and desktop support technician positions. The foundational principles of end-user support including client operating system and application software, hardware and software installation, system configuration, problem diagnosis and resolution and computer security.

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Power Skills Bootcamp

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Jump start your education and build your pathway to a career in the field of information technology (IT). STLCC’s Power Skills Bootcamp program provides valuable hands-on training, preparing you to compete for technology-driven jobs in the local labor market.

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Information Security Analyst

Cybersecurity CP

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The Cybersecurity program prepares you for entry-level information assurance/security technician positions that support planning, implementing, upgrading and monitoring security measures that protect computer networks and information systems. Courses cover computer architecture, programming and systems analysis, networking, cryptography, security system design, applicable law and regulations, risk assessment and policy analysis, contingency planning, user access issues, investigation techniques and troubleshooting.

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Cybersecurity, A.A.S.

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The Cybersecurity program prepares you for entry-level information assurance/security technician positions that support planning, implementing, upgrading and monitoring security measures that protect computer networks and information systems. Courses cover computer architecture, programming and systems analysis, networking, cryptography, security system design, applicable law and regulations, risk assessment and policy analysis, contingency planning, user access issues, investigation techniques and troubleshooting.

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Network Security CP

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This skill-oriented program prepares you to implement security measures for a network. The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) security courses cover knowledge and skills required to secure Cisco networks. The program competencies align with the industry CCNA security certification examination, where a network professional demonstrates the skills required to develop a security infrastructure, recognize threats and vulnerabilities to networks and mitigate security threats.

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Software Developer

Database Developer CP

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This database developer certificate program equips you with the tools, knowledge, and practical experience needed to design, develop, program, implement and administer a database. The program objectives align with current industry standards. Graduates are qualified for the high demand positions of developer, analyst, administrator or programmer in the Oracle or Microsoft SQL server environment.

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Immersive CodeCamp

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Our Immersive CodeCamp is a 14-week, full-time course taking a deep dive into in-demand technologies and skills. Thanks to the smaller class size, each student will have access to more personal, hands-on mentorship and individualized support from our instructors. When you emerge at the end, you are ready to start your new career in tech with LaunchCode’s apprenticeship program.

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Software Developer, A.A.S.

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This program provides you with the technical skills and knowledge required to design, write, implement, secure and maintain business software systems in the enterprise. It teaches the principles of software architecture using current development tools, languages and environments. The courses in the web, software developer and database focus areas enable you to pursue in-depth skill and expertise within one of these three areas while preparing for industry-recognized certificates.

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Web Developer CS

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This certificate is designed for students seeking skills to qualify for positions as a web developer. The program was developed to include topics that will build the programming and database skills a web developer needs in order to build and maintain a corporation’s website. Emphasis is placed upon object-oriented languages that are frequently used for the Internet and intranets. The courses provide students with both the theoretical and technical knowledge and practical hands-on experience to be successful in the high demand web developer occupation.

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Database Administrator

Database Developer CP

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This database developer certificate program equips you with the tools, knowledge, and practical experience needed to design, develop, program, implement and administer a database. The program objectives align with current industry standards. Graduates are qualified for the high demand positions of developer, analyst, administrator or programmer in the Oracle or Microsoft SQL server environment.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Network Engineering CP

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The Network Engineering program provides students with an accelerated career pathway, stackable certificates and programs and industry-recognized credentials. With this network engineering degree, students will be prepared for apprentice-level networking positions.

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Network Engineering, A.A.S.

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The Network Engineering program provides students with an accelerated career pathway, stackable certificates and programs and industry-recognized credentials. With this network engineering degree, students will be prepared for apprentice-level networking positions.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Technology CP

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This program offers both degree and certificate options that will prepare you for initial employment in the automotive industry at beginning managerial levels. The program includes courses in humanities, science, management, accounting and communications, as well as specific automotive courses. Laboratory work and field trips supplement classroom instruction.

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Automotive Technology CS

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This program offers both degree and certificate options that will prepare you for initial employment in the automotive industry at beginning managerial levels. The program includes courses in humanities, science, management, accounting and communications, as well as specific automotive courses. Laboratory work and field trips supplement classroom instruction.

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Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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This program offers both degree and certificate options that will prepare you for initial employment in the automotive industry at beginning managerial levels. The program includes courses in humanities, science, management, accounting and communications, as well as specific automotive courses. Laboratory work and field trips supplement classroom instruction.

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Truck Driver

CDL-A Professional Truck Driving

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The CDL-A Professional Truck Driving program is a 200 hour program which prepares the graduate to enter the commercial driving industry as an over-the-road truck driver.

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CDL-B Truck Driving

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The Class B Commercial Driver License (CDL-B) truck driving program is a two-week program which prepares the graduate to safely operate heavy trucks with air-brakes. Students will rotate through a combination of classroom training and maneuvers on a driving range, including 15 hours of driving experience using large trucks with manual transmissions.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Baking and Pastry Arts, A.A.S.

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This program will allow students to gain the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge to become a successful pastry professional. Concepts of baking theory and nutrition; bread, rolls, and bakeries; production pastry techniques; and cake production and decoration will lay the foundation for essential pastry-related skills. Advanced classes in artisan and decorative bread; ice cream and frozen desserts; chocolates and pralines; contemporary plated desserts; and showpieces and confectionary art will allow specialized training in specific areas of concentration for the aspiring pastry chef. The final course, Baking and Pastry Arts Capstone, will give the student a real-world simulation of what to expect upon graduation.

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Culinary Arts, A.A.S.

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This Culinary Arts program is designed to meet current and future needs for training food service and food service managerial persons to assume leadership roles in the industry. The curriculum covers food preparation, production, table service and culinary management. Addressing the business, academic and technical aspects of the industry, the curriculum offers a wide range of courses, specifically meeting the requirements of the hotels, restaurants and clubs in this field. The program features a heavy emphasis on food preparation from basic to advanced, combined with courses that offer a foundation in the managerial aspects of the industry. St. Louis Community College is on of the premier culinary schools in St. Louis, MO.

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Healthcare Industry

Laboratory Technician

Biotechnology CS

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This program provides students with the knowledge and skills to work in a life science research laboratory, in molecular-cellular quality control, in bioprocessing and in other life science industry settings.

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Biotechnology, A.A.S.

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This program provides students with the knowledge and skills to work in a life science research laboratory, in molecular-cellular quality control, in bioprocessing and in other life science industry settings.

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Clinical Laboratory Technology, A.A.S.

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This Clinical Laboratory Technology program prepares students for entry-level positions as clinical laboratory technicians. Through classroom and practical experience in hospital and clinical laboratories, students learn to perform qualitative, quantitative and analytic testing in microbiology, hematology, immunohematology, clinical chemistry, serology, immunology and urinalysis.

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Radiology Technician

Computed Tomography

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This course is designed for the Radiologic Technologist or Nuclear Medicine Technologist entering the field of Tomography or for the Technologist working in computed tomography who needs classroom instruction to prepare for successful completion of the ARRT CT Registry exam.

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Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for entry-level positions as radiographers (X-ray technologists). Students learn to use complex X-ray and image processing equipment designed to record images that aid radiologists in diagnosing various health problems. Students must attend full-time and satisfy both the didactic and clinical components to successfully complete the program.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Assisting CP

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This program prepares you to work as members of the dental health care team. you will receive a broad background in all aspects of dentistry through extensive classroom, laboratory and clinical instruction. Major emphasis is placed on gaining proficiency in chairside assisting procedures and expanded functions. You will learn to prepare patients and records for treatment, sterilize and prepare instrument trays, take X-rays and impressions and prepare restorative materials for dental procedures. A versatile workday is typical in any dental assistant’s career. Dental assistants work with dentists during all types of treatment procedures and perform a wide range of oral processes under a dentist’s supervision. Chairside duties are routine, but dental assistants also assume many daily office functions that help to keep the practice running smoothly. Students interested in this career should possess an ability to work with people of all ages in very close quarters, have good manual dexterity and enjoy a high degree of detail work. If you are seeking a variety of duties and thrive with a wide-range of people in an office setting, then this is the career for you. A career path as a dental assistant will give you the flexibility you need to steer your future to the next level.

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Dental Hygiene, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students to practice dental hygiene under the supervision of a practicing dentist. Through classroom work and laboratory and clinical experience in the on-campus public dental hygiene clinic, students learn to conduct patient assessments, take medical and dental histories, perform diagnostic tests and examinations, instruct patients in preventive dental health practices, perform various dental procedures and to design and implement community and school health programs.

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Medical Sonographer

Diagnostic Medical Sonography CP

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This Diagnostic Medial Sonography program provides a specialty in ultrasound technology for graduates with an associate degree or two-year hospital-based program in another allied health area. You attend full-time and complete classroom work and clinical education in an affiliated ultrasound department. You acquire skills in record keeping, reviewing and recording pertinent clinical patient history, performing the sonographic examination, providing for the comforts and needs of the patient during the examination, and recording the anatomic, pathologic and physiologic data for interpretation by the supervising physician. Students interested in this program should possess effective oral communication skills with patients and all members of the health care team, thoroughness, accuracy, empathy, versatility and the ability to follow precise and detailed instructions.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Health Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Health Information Technology program provides students with the technical skills and knowledge required to provide reliable and valid information essential to the healthcare industry. Graduates are specialists working with health information systems, managing medical records, and coding information for reimbursement and research. Health information technology professionals work throughout the healthcare industry in a variety of settings. Common job titles include HIM supervisor, clinical coder, coding manager, clinical data collection and reporting specialist, cancer registrar, data integrity specialist, and reimbursement specialist. This program prepares health information technicians to support health information management in an electronic environment (e-HIM) and adheres to the American Health Information Management Association’s Framework for Health Information Management (HIM) education. This program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). A background check and drug screen test are required for all healthcare professions. Students will be required to complete both the background check and drug screen test prior to enrollment in HIT:102. See Health Information Technology Handbook for additional information. Students are required to complete the Foundation Courses prior to moving forward to the Area of Concentration courses for the Health Information Technology Program.

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Medical Billing and Coding

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This Medical Billing and Coding program prepares students for entry-level positions as clinical code practitioners. Students will learn how to classify medical data from patient records, generally in a hospital setting. The coding practitioner will review patients’ records and assign numeric codes for each diagnosis and procedure according to the industry standard classification system. Students will possess expertise in the International Classification of Diseases, 9th revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM) and International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) and the International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Procedure Coding System (ICD-10-CM/PCS) coding systems. Students will also gain preparation for the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) and Certified Coding Associate (CCA) certifications. This program is approved by the Professional Certificate Approval Program (PCAP).

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Medical Billing and Coding CP

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This Medical Billing and Coding program prepares students for entry-level positions as clinical code practitioners. Students will learn how to classify medical data from patient records, generally in a hospital setting. The coding practitioner will review patients’ records and assign numeric codes for each diagnosis and procedure according to the industry standard classification system. Students will possess expertise in the International Classification of Diseases, 9th revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM) and International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) and the International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Procedure Coding System (ICD-10-CM/PCS) coding systems. Students will also gain preparation for the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) and Certified Coding Associate (CCA) certifications. This program is approved by the Professional Certificate Approval Program (PCAP).

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant

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Medical Assistants (MAs) provide patient-focused services while performing administrative and basic clinical tasks in a clinical setting. A medical assistant works alongside physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals to provide direct patient care. Some common clinical tasks include taking vital signs, performing basic laboratory tests, disposing of or sterilizing laboratory supplies, drawing blood or preparing patients for physicians. Common administrative tasks include appointment scheduling, insurance verifications, medical records and billing and coding.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.A.S.

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This program prepares you for positions as occupational therapy assistants (OTA) who work under the supervision of registered occupational therapists. The Associate in Applied Science degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant is a 67-credit-hour program for students who want to become occupational therapy assistants. Occupational therapy is a health profession concerned with promoting the quality of life of individuals as they participate in everyday activities, and may help people who have suffered an injury, or for those who are developmentally delayed or have problems associated with aging. Occupational therapy uses selected educational, leisure, vocational and rehabilitation activities to help individuals reach the highest functional level possible. If you want to help patients increase self-reliance and to assist them in leading a more balanced life of work and leisure you will find success in this career path.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Patient Care Technician

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Patient Care Technicians (PCTs) work alongside nurses, physicians and other healthcare professionals to provide direct patient care in a hospital setting. A patient care technician provides patient care under direct nursing supervision. Typical work activities include attending to patients’ comfort, hygiene and meals; checking temperatures and vital signs; helping patients keep room and beds clean; assisting with patient mobility; and reporting any changes in patients’ demeanor or agility to the nurses or physicians on duty. On this page you can find patient care technician course cost.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S.

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This physical therapist assistant program prepares you to assist physical therapists in providing therapy services to a variety of patients. This often includes helping patients perform exercises in order to increase strength and mobility and enabling patients to perform everyday activities like walking, climbing stairs and dressing. This page will help you understand the physical therapist assistant degree cost as well as the classes we offer at STLCC.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care, A.A.S.

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This program prepares students for positions as respiratory therapists. Students learn to assess, perform diagnostic tests, treat, and educate patients with cardiopulmonary disease. The program includes general education courses as well as respiratory care didactic, laboratory, and clinical practice in area health facilities.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology, A.A.S.

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This Surgical Technology program prepares students for entry-level positions as surgical technologists. Students learn aseptic technique, instrumentation, surgical procedures and patient care through classroom, laboratory practice and at a clinical affiliate. Students learn to anticipate the needs of the surgeon and have the necessary knowledge and ability to ensure quality patient care during the operative procedure, while monitoring the sterile field. Students interested in this program should be able to work well with others in a team environment, have good manual dexterity, be able to stand for long periods of time, and be able to function effectively under intense, stressful conditions. St. Louis Community College is one of the premier surgical technologist programs in the St. Louis area.

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Child and Family Development, A.A.S.

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The Child and Family Development program offers an Associate in Applied Science degree. You will investigate leading theories of child development and methodologies for curriculum planning and assessment. Through class lectures, observation studies, field work with mentor teachers, service learning and opportunities for discussion with award-winning faculty, you will engage with the best practices designed for the study of young children and families.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement CP

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Students who enroll in this Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement program will be prepared for entry-level employment in the criminal justice system. The program includes general education courses as well as concentrated college level coursework in law enforcement and criminal justice.

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

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Students who enroll in this Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement program will be prepared for entry-level employment in the criminal justice system. The program includes general education courses as well as concentrated college level coursework in law enforcement and criminal justice.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement CP

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Students who enroll in this Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement program will be prepared for entry-level employment in the criminal justice system. The program includes general education courses as well as concentrated college level coursework in law enforcement and criminal justice.

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

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Students who enroll in this Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement program will be prepared for entry-level employment in the criminal justice system. The program includes general education courses as well as concentrated college level coursework in law enforcement and criminal justice.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement CP

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Students who enroll in this Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement program will be prepared for entry-level employment in the criminal justice system. The program includes general education courses as well as concentrated college level coursework in law enforcement and criminal justice.

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

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Students who enroll in this Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement program will be prepared for entry-level employment in the criminal justice system. The program includes general education courses as well as concentrated college level coursework in law enforcement and criminal justice.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technology CS

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Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) care for the sick and injured. EMTs are skilled in patient assessment and recognition of diagnostic signs and symptoms of major injuries and illnesses. They also know how to use ambulance, rescue vehicle and hospital emergency room equipment. This Emergency Medical Technology program offers medical job training to students preparing them to become EMTs.

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Paramedic Technology CP

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Being a paramedic, or an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), is not only a great way to make a positive change in the world, but it is a fulfilling career choice that presents a different set of challenges everyday. Paramedics are needed in every region— urban and rural. Paramedics are the first on the scene of any emergency and are trained to work quickly and efficiently, making rapid decisions based on solid training. Paramedics assess medical situations, stabilize and treat patients until they are safely transported to a medical facility.

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Paramedic Technology, A.A.S.

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Being a paramedic, or an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), is not only a great way to make a positive change in the world, but it is a fulfilling career choice that presents a different set of challenges everyday. Paramedics are needed in every region— urban and rural. Paramedics are the first on the scene of any emergency and are trained to work quickly and efficiently, making rapid decisions based on solid training. Paramedics assess medical situations, stabilize and treat patients until they are safely transported to a medical facility.

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Environmental Field Technician

Environmental Remediation Technician

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St. Louis Community College, in partnership with Saint Louis University’s College of Public Health and Social Justice, Center for Environmental Education and Training, is offering a no-cost six-week training program for those interested in a career in environmental remediation.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Legal Studies for the Paralegal CP

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This Legal Studies for the Paralegal program, designed in cooperation with the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, prepares students for careers in the paralegal profession. Students develop a basic legal vocabulary and gain an understanding of Missouri statutes and cases and pretrial and trial proceedings. They study concepts of real and personal property and business organizations and develop skills in interviewing and counseling clients, writing legal resume, analyzing legal problems and drafting/preparing legal documents.

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Legal Studies for the Paralegal, A.A.S.

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This Legal Studies for the Paralegal program, designed in cooperation with the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, prepares students for careers in the paralegal profession. Students develop a basic legal vocabulary and gain an understanding of Missouri statutes and cases and pretrial and trial proceedings. They study concepts of real and personal property and business organizations and develop skills in interviewing and counseling clients, writing legal resume, analyzing legal problems and drafting/preparing legal documents.

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Teacher Assistant

Teaching, A.A.T.

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Teaching is one of the most rewarding professions. With this associate of arts in teaching degree, you'll get the chance to take part in the education of future generations of children and to have a career in which you can make a significant difference in the lives of your students are two of the major reasons many people are drawn to this career. For students who are interested in teaching as a career, and for those who want to acquire a strong foundation of educational concepts and skills before transferring to a four-year college program, St. Louis Community College has developed an Associate of Arts degree in Teaching. The courses in this program meet teacher certification requirements, are approved by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and are fully transferable to many Missouri four-year colleges.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Computer Aided Design CS

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This Computer Aided Design program prepares you to use computer aided design (CAD) to interpret data from multiple sources, apply traditional drafting skills, utilize operating system software and follow industrial practices and company procedures related to CAD work. Graduates will be able to efficiently perform all tasks related to producing final drawings and CAD models.

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HVAC Technician

HVAC Operator I Technical Training

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In this HVAC program students will gain the understanding of how to maintain and troubleshoot forced air systems and the basics on how the systems and control boards work. St. Louis Community College is one of the premier HVAC training schools in St. Louis, MO.

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Manufacturing Industry

Machinist

Computer Integrated Manufacturing, A.A.S.

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Students who enroll in this program will know how to translate general ideas of the engineer into specific, detailed plans and communicate those plans to other people in the organization. Depending on the electives chosen, students will be prepared for work in automation, facilities maintenance, production operations, quality, technical graphics or other areas of the manufacturing enterprise.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Students who complete the Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology (EEET) program will be trained to assist engineers in the design and development of computers, communications equipment, robotic manufacturing equipment, medical devices, navigational equipment, power distribution systems and other electrical/electronic equipment. Graduates of this program often work in product evaluation and testing, using measuring and diagnostic devices to adjust, test and repair equipment. St. Louis Community College is one of the finest colleges for electrical engineering in St. Louis.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Industrial Maintenance Training

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14 week, non-credit training providing hands-on instruction in Industrial Maintenance topics including: Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Mechanical Systems, Electrical Systems, and Programmable Logic Controllers.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Missouri Manufacturing Technician I

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Rapidly skill-up for entry level employment in advanced, high performance manufacturing. Our accelerated hybrid classroom/online training format supports personalized learning and computer literacy, preparing you for multiple valuable credentials.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Robotics and Automation

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This program focuses on robotics and automation techniques within the workplace. You take courses which emphasize the use of equipment. The program provides a mix of theory and hands-on training. Anyone interested in this program should be mechanically inclined, and a logic-oriented self-starter. Graduates are qualified for technical positions within the automotive, aerospace, heavy equipment, chemical, electrical, petroleum and food processing industries that use robotics and automation processes.

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Robotics and Automation CS

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This program focuses on robotics and automation techniques within the workplace. You take courses which emphasize the use of equipment. The program provides a mix of theory and hands-on training. Anyone interested in this program should be mechanically inclined, and a logic-oriented self-starter. Graduates are qualified for technical positions within the automotive, aerospace, heavy equipment, chemical, electrical, petroleum and food processing industries that use robotics and automation processes.

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Energy Industry

Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Technology CP

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The Diesel Technology Program provides the student with the necessary skills and theory to enter either the medium/heavy duty truck or the construction/mining equipment service and repair fields.

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Diesel Technology CS

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The Diesel Technology Program provides the student with the necessary skills and theory to enter either the medium/heavy duty truck or the construction/mining equipment service and repair fields.

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Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

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The Diesel Technology Program provides the student with the necessary skills and theory to enter either the medium/heavy duty truck or the construction/mining equipment service and repair fields.

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Power Generation Technician

Diesel Technology CP

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The Diesel Technology Program provides the student with the necessary skills and theory to enter either the medium/heavy duty truck or the construction/mining equipment service and repair fields.

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Diesel Technology CS

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The Diesel Technology Program provides the student with the necessary skills and theory to enter either the medium/heavy duty truck or the construction/mining equipment service and repair fields.

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Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

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The Diesel Technology Program provides the student with the necessary skills and theory to enter either the medium/heavy duty truck or the construction/mining equipment service and repair fields.

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Solar Energy Technician

Solar Training

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STLCC offers North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) approved solar training courses from beginner to advanced levels.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Digital Media CS

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The Digital Media program has been revised to meet the current needs of professionals working in the fields of digital imaging, interactive design, motion media design, digital photography, and visual communications. Students will train with and utilize contemporary graphic tools to advance their skills and design thinking in industry related tasks. Several new Certificate of Specialization programs are being offered, including Interactive and Graphic Design, Video Editing and Animation, and Digital Photography. Students can use previous coursework towards completion, see faculty advisors for more information.

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Graphic Communications AFA

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Students who enter either the AAS or AFA program will learn graphic design fundamentals using modern technology to learn commercial standards in typography, print and on-screen layout, advertising design, interactive and web design, illustration, and motion graphics. Graduates will have the creative and conceptual skills necessary to be ready for entry-level employment and beyond in a variety of visual communication settings. Skill areas are applicable to graphic designers, illustrators, interactive designers, layout artists, animators, display artists, package designers, and production artists working in digital forms of visual communication.

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Graphic Communications, A.A.S.

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Students who enter either the AAS or AFA program will learn graphic design fundamentals using modern technology to learn commercial standards in typography, print and on-screen layout, advertising design, interactive and web design, illustration, and motion graphics. Graduates will have the creative and conceptual skills necessary to be ready for entry-level employment and beyond in a variety of visual communication settings. Skill areas are applicable to graphic designers, illustrators, interactive designers, layout artists, animators, display artists, package designers, and production artists working in digital forms of visual communication.

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Contact Phone Number

314-513-4200

Address

3221 McKelvey Road
Bridgeton, MO 63044
United States