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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Automation and robotics technology

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The skills are in demand everywhere in America’s manufacturing, and expanding into nontraditional markets, like hospitals and health care. Other opportunities include building, farming, food processing, homeland security and the military. And then there’s the future, with new jobs that don’t even exist today, but requiring advanced skill sets.

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Machinist

Computer numerical control (CNC)

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This state-accredited computer numercial control (CNC) technical certificate is designed to prepare the student with the appropriate skills needed to work in today’s world of computer numeric controlled precision machining. This program is designed for both the individual returning to add to their existing skills and those entering the CNC precision machining field for the first time. Upon successful completion of the CNC technical certificate program, the individual will have approximately one half the necessary credits towards an associate of applied science in industrial technology.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Industrial technology, A.A.S.

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The industrial technology degree program offers many career paths from industrial or facilities supervision to skilled mechanical or electrical maintenance. The comprehensive curriculum includes both basic and advanced manufacturing techniques as well as skilled mechanical and electrical maintenance principles and applications.

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Construction Industry

Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Civil/surveying

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Welding technology for gas and oil production

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Information Technology Industry

Systems Analyst

Computer programming and database, A.A.S.

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Computer programming and database is a discipline that combines database management systems with computer software to determine ways to organize and store data. Graduates learn to identify user requirements, set up computer databases, and test and coordinate modifications to the computer database systems. An organization’s computer programmer and database scientist ensures the performance of the system, understands the platform on which the database runs, and adds new users to the system. Because they also design and implement system security, computer programmers and database scientists often plan and coordinate security measures. With the volume of sensitive data generated growing rapidly, data integrity, backup systems, and database security have become increasingly important aspects of the job of computer programmer and database scientist.

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Computer technology, A.A.S.

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Computer technology studies the use of computers in business. As such, students study both business and technology and learn how to solve business problems using information technology. After learning about each key area of business, computer technology students learn the tools they will apply to solve problems. Tools include computer hardware, operating systems, networking, programming, and database management systems. Application of the tools includes distributed information systems, system analysis, system design, and decision support systems. Management includes technology management and system implementation.

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Web design and development, A.A.S.

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Students majoring in Web Design and Development learn to develop interactive database-driven Web sites using ASP.net, PHP, SQL, JavaScript, AJAX, MySQL and Java. While everyone else is trying to figure out the new information technology buzzwords, Stark State’s Web design and development students will be applying them in the classroom to real-life situations.

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Data Security Management

Computer programming and database, A.A.S.

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Computer programming and database is a discipline that combines database management systems with computer software to determine ways to organize and store data. Graduates learn to identify user requirements, set up computer databases, and test and coordinate modifications to the computer database systems. An organization’s computer programmer and database scientist ensures the performance of the system, understands the platform on which the database runs, and adds new users to the system. Because they also design and implement system security, computer programmers and database scientists often plan and coordinate security measures. With the volume of sensitive data generated growing rapidly, data integrity, backup systems, and database security have become increasingly important aspects of the job of computer programmer and database scientist.

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computer support specialist

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Help desk and computer support is a discipline that studies the use of computers in business, industry, government and other organizations. This program is designed to train students to work in the technology help desk/technical support arena which has seen such explosive growth in recent years. The program is designed to allow students at all levels to take part, with a level of difficulty gradually unfolding in a series of stepwise courses, culminating in an associate of applied business in management information systems with a focus on help desk and computer user support. This program prepares students to successfully work with customers and technology in a professional environment.

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Computer technology, A.A.S.

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Computer technology studies the use of computers in business. As such, students study both business and technology and learn how to solve business problems using information technology. After learning about each key area of business, computer technology students learn the tools they will apply to solve problems. Tools include computer hardware, operating systems, networking, programming, and database management systems. Application of the tools includes distributed information systems, system analysis, system design, and decision support systems. Management includes technology management and system implementation.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer programming and database, A.A.S.

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Computer programming and database is a discipline that combines database management systems with computer software to determine ways to organize and store data. Graduates learn to identify user requirements, set up computer databases, and test and coordinate modifications to the computer database systems. An organization’s computer programmer and database scientist ensures the performance of the system, understands the platform on which the database runs, and adds new users to the system. Because they also design and implement system security, computer programmers and database scientists often plan and coordinate security measures. With the volume of sensitive data generated growing rapidly, data integrity, backup systems, and database security have become increasingly important aspects of the job of computer programmer and database scientist.

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Computer technology, A.A.S.

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Computer technology studies the use of computers in business. As such, students study both business and technology and learn how to solve business problems using information technology. After learning about each key area of business, computer technology students learn the tools they will apply to solve problems. Tools include computer hardware, operating systems, networking, programming, and database management systems. Application of the tools includes distributed information systems, system analysis, system design, and decision support systems. Management includes technology management and system implementation.

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Software Developer

Computer programming and database, A.A.S.

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Computer programming and database is a discipline that combines database management systems with computer software to determine ways to organize and store data. Graduates learn to identify user requirements, set up computer databases, and test and coordinate modifications to the computer database systems. An organization’s computer programmer and database scientist ensures the performance of the system, understands the platform on which the database runs, and adds new users to the system. Because they also design and implement system security, computer programmers and database scientists often plan and coordinate security measures. With the volume of sensitive data generated growing rapidly, data integrity, backup systems, and database security have become increasingly important aspects of the job of computer programmer and database scientist.

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Computer technology, A.A.S.

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Computer technology studies the use of computers in business. As such, students study both business and technology and learn how to solve business problems using information technology. After learning about each key area of business, computer technology students learn the tools they will apply to solve problems. Tools include computer hardware, operating systems, networking, programming, and database management systems. Application of the tools includes distributed information systems, system analysis, system design, and decision support systems. Management includes technology management and system implementation.

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Web design and development, A.A.S.

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Students majoring in Web Design and Development learn to develop interactive database-driven Web sites using ASP.net, PHP, SQL, JavaScript, AJAX, MySQL and Java. While everyone else is trying to figure out the new information technology buzzwords, Stark State’s Web design and development students will be applying them in the classroom to real-life situations.

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Database Administrator

Computer programming and database, A.A.S.

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Computer programming and database is a discipline that combines database management systems with computer software to determine ways to organize and store data. Graduates learn to identify user requirements, set up computer databases, and test and coordinate modifications to the computer database systems. An organization’s computer programmer and database scientist ensures the performance of the system, understands the platform on which the database runs, and adds new users to the system. Because they also design and implement system security, computer programmers and database scientists often plan and coordinate security measures. With the volume of sensitive data generated growing rapidly, data integrity, backup systems, and database security have become increasingly important aspects of the job of computer programmer and database scientist.

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Computer technology, A.A.S.

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Computer technology studies the use of computers in business. As such, students study both business and technology and learn how to solve business problems using information technology. After learning about each key area of business, computer technology students learn the tools they will apply to solve problems. Tools include computer hardware, operating systems, networking, programming, and database management systems. Application of the tools includes distributed information systems, system analysis, system design, and decision support systems. Management includes technology management and system implementation.

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Web design and development, A.A.S.

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Students majoring in Web Design and Development learn to develop interactive database-driven Web sites using ASP.net, PHP, SQL, JavaScript, AJAX, MySQL and Java. While everyone else is trying to figure out the new information technology buzzwords, Stark State’s Web design and development students will be applying them in the classroom to real-life situations.

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IT Support Specialist

computer support specialist

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Help desk and computer support is a discipline that studies the use of computers in business, industry, government and other organizations. This program is designed to train students to work in the technology help desk/technical support arena which has seen such explosive growth in recent years. The program is designed to allow students at all levels to take part, with a level of difficulty gradually unfolding in a series of stepwise courses, culminating in an associate of applied business in management information systems with a focus on help desk and computer user support. This program prepares students to successfully work with customers and technology in a professional environment.

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Computer technology, A.A.S.

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Computer technology studies the use of computers in business. As such, students study both business and technology and learn how to solve business problems using information technology. After learning about each key area of business, computer technology students learn the tools they will apply to solve problems. Tools include computer hardware, operating systems, networking, programming, and database management systems. Application of the tools includes distributed information systems, system analysis, system design, and decision support systems. Management includes technology management and system implementation.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Assistant

Dental assisting

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You’ll get training to provide basic, supplemental and supportive dental services alongside licensed dental professionals. The curriculum includes instruction in the dental sciences, materials, radiography, office management, preventative dentistry and general chair side procedures.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Technician

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A phlebotomist, who specializes in collecting blood for clinical laboratory analysis, is a critical part of the healthcare team.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Practical nursing

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Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) work in all medical areas, such as hospitals, schools, nursing homes, health care clinics and even in a patient’s home. Graduates of Stark State’s practical nursing program receive a certificate of completion and are eligible to sit for the NCLEX PN exam to receive licensure.

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330-494-6170

Address

6200 Frank Ave NW
North Canton, OH 44720
United States