Washington State Community College

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Transportation Industry

Diesel Mechanic

Auto/Diesel, A.A.S.

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Today’s technicians have to be more than someone who can turn a wrench. Employers need well-trained, motivated, and savvy techs, who can get the job done right on the first try. From diagnosis to maintenance, the high-tech shop at Washington State is equipped to prepare you for the world of auto/diesel maintenance.

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Automotive Service

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Our Automotive Service program features a large laboratory with state-of-the-art equipment for practical, hand-on experience. Students learn the use of conventional tools, as well as the new computerized engine analyzers. A certificate in automotive technician is available to those students who complete the first year of the program.

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Diesel Truck Maintenance One-year Certificate

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If you are interested in Diesel Truck Maintenance but would like to finish in a shorter time frame, we offer the Diesel Truck Maintenance One-year Certificate. This certificate provides the foundation for an entry-level technician to gain employment in a myriad of industries, e.g., transportation, boats, trains, buses etc. According to a 2010 Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report, employment opportunities will see a 15 percent increase for the need for qualified diesel technicians by the year 2020.

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Diesel Truck Systems, A.A.S.

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There’s a high demand for Diesel Techs and the US Department of Labor predicts that trend to continue to climb as more and more large trucks take to the highway. In our state-of-the-art lab, led by an ASE Certified Instructor, you will explore every aspect of Diesel Truck operations by servicing and repairing working vehicles and their components. You’ll gain hands-on practical experience with conventional tools as well as computerized engine analyzers. We round out the program with business management skills that include the use of computers in the service and parts area.

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Auto Mechanic

Auto/Diesel, A.A.S.

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Today’s technicians have to be more than someone who can turn a wrench. Employers need well-trained, motivated, and savvy techs, who can get the job done right on the first try. From diagnosis to maintenance, the high-tech shop at Washington State is equipped to prepare you for the world of auto/diesel maintenance.

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Automotive Service

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Our Automotive Service program features a large laboratory with state-of-the-art equipment for practical, hand-on experience. Students learn the use of conventional tools, as well as the new computerized engine analyzers. A certificate in automotive technician is available to those students who complete the first year of the program.

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Automotive Service Technology certificate

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If you are interested in the Automotive Service Technology program, but want to finish in a shorter time frame, we offer the Automotive Technician One-Year Certificate. Learn the basics of auto and diesel truck maintenance in our high-tech shop. You’ll get hands-on, practical experience servicing and working on a variety of vehicles and their components.

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Automotive Service Technology, A.A.S.

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In our state-of-the-art lab, led by an ASE Certified Instructor, you will explore every aspect of automobile operations by servicing and repairing working vehicles and their components. You’ll gain hands-on practical experience with conventional tools as well as new computerized engine analyzers. We round-out our program with business management skills that include the use of computers in the service and parts area.

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Information Technology Industry

Data Security Management

Computer Support Technician, A.A.S.

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If you are interested in a career in the ever-changing world of Information Technology, then our Computer Support Technician program is for you. Learn how to build, maintain and troubleshoot microcomputers. Learn network administration and network security basics. Plus get the know-how in installation of common telecommunications and network cabling.

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Computer Systems certificate

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Washington State's Computer Systems certificate program features practical hands-on learning in computer diagnostics and networking. These team-based lab experiences with a wide variety of equipment and real-world experiences will put your skills to work.

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Cyber Security and Investigation, A.A.S.

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The Cyber Security & Investigation program is a combination of criminal investigation and computer support technology. This program prepares you for a career in cyber security and investigations, and computer network infrastructure & security. You will also learn to manage networks and operating systems and IT criminal investigation.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Support Technician, A.A.S.

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If you are interested in a career in the ever-changing world of Information Technology, then our Computer Support Technician program is for you. Learn how to build, maintain and troubleshoot microcomputers. Learn network administration and network security basics. Plus get the know-how in installation of common telecommunications and network cabling.

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Computer Systems certificate

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Washington State's Computer Systems certificate program features practical hands-on learning in computer diagnostics and networking. These team-based lab experiences with a wide variety of equipment and real-world experiences will put your skills to work.

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Database Administrator

Computer Support Technician, A.A.S.

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If you are interested in a career in the ever-changing world of Information Technology, then our Computer Support Technician program is for you. Learn how to build, maintain and troubleshoot microcomputers. Learn network administration and network security basics. Plus get the know-how in installation of common telecommunications and network cabling.

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Software Developer

Computer Support Technician, A.A.S.

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If you are interested in a career in the ever-changing world of Information Technology, then our Computer Support Technician program is for you. Learn how to build, maintain and troubleshoot microcomputers. Learn network administration and network security basics. Plus get the know-how in installation of common telecommunications and network cabling.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Support Technician, A.A.S.

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If you are interested in a career in the ever-changing world of Information Technology, then our Computer Support Technician program is for you. Learn how to build, maintain and troubleshoot microcomputers. Learn network administration and network security basics. Plus get the know-how in installation of common telecommunications and network cabling.

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Computer Systems certificate

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Washington State's Computer Systems certificate program features practical hands-on learning in computer diagnostics and networking. These team-based lab experiences with a wide variety of equipment and real-world experiences will put your skills to work.

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Cyber Security and Investigation, A.A.S.

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The Cyber Security & Investigation program is a combination of criminal investigation and computer support technology. This program prepares you for a career in cyber security and investigations, and computer network infrastructure & security. You will also learn to manage networks and operating systems and IT criminal investigation.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Support Technician, A.A.S.

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If you are interested in a career in the ever-changing world of Information Technology, then our Computer Support Technician program is for you. Learn how to build, maintain and troubleshoot microcomputers. Learn network administration and network security basics. Plus get the know-how in installation of common telecommunications and network cabling.

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Computer Systems certificate

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Washington State's Computer Systems certificate program features practical hands-on learning in computer diagnostics and networking. These team-based lab experiences with a wide variety of equipment and real-world experiences will put your skills to work.

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Cyber Security and Investigation, A.A.S.

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The Cyber Security & Investigation program is a combination of criminal investigation and computer support technology. This program prepares you for a career in cyber security and investigations, and computer network infrastructure & security. You will also learn to manage networks and operating systems and IT criminal investigation.

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Public Service Industry

Police Officer

Criminal Justice Technology, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice Technology program prepares you for a variety of careers in state or local law enforcement agencies. The program provides the necessary background for positions in police, private security, and other related criminal justice work, or for transfer to the baccalaureate program. You will develop a knowledge base of the two elements of the criminal justice system--courts, and law enforcement. You will also learn the ability to effectively collaborate with each of the respective elements for the benefit of society.

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Criminal Justice – POBA

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Successful completion of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission's (OPOTC) certified Peace Officer Basic Academy (POBA) program is a requirement for employment as a law enforcement professional in Ohio. Starting in 2020, the academy's nearly 737 hours of mandated training is available as a Day Academy only. The annual day academy runs Monday thru Friday, 8am to 7pm, no weekends, taking 4 months to complete starting the first day of summer session.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice Technology, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice Technology program prepares you for a variety of careers in state or local law enforcement agencies. The program provides the necessary background for positions in police, private security, and other related criminal justice work, or for transfer to the baccalaureate program. You will develop a knowledge base of the two elements of the criminal justice system--courts, and law enforcement. You will also learn the ability to effectively collaborate with each of the respective elements for the benefit of society.

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Criminal Justice – POBA

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Successful completion of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission's (OPOTC) certified Peace Officer Basic Academy (POBA) program is a requirement for employment as a law enforcement professional in Ohio. Starting in 2020, the academy's nearly 737 hours of mandated training is available as a Day Academy only. The annual day academy runs Monday thru Friday, 8am to 7pm, no weekends, taking 4 months to complete starting the first day of summer session.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice Technology, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice Technology program prepares you for a variety of careers in state or local law enforcement agencies. The program provides the necessary background for positions in police, private security, and other related criminal justice work, or for transfer to the baccalaureate program. You will develop a knowledge base of the two elements of the criminal justice system--courts, and law enforcement. You will also learn the ability to effectively collaborate with each of the respective elements for the benefit of society.

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Criminal Justice – POBA

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Successful completion of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission's (OPOTC) certified Peace Officer Basic Academy (POBA) program is a requirement for employment as a law enforcement professional in Ohio. Starting in 2020, the academy's nearly 737 hours of mandated training is available as a Day Academy only. The annual day academy runs Monday thru Friday, 8am to 7pm, no weekends, taking 4 months to complete starting the first day of summer session.

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Social Services Assistant

Social Services Technology, A.A.S.

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While enrolled in our classes, you will learn how to help individuals, groups, families, organizations, and communities enhance or restore their ability for social functioning and to generate societal conditions favorable to their goal. You will also learn to develop relationships with clients to help them understand their environment, make choices, and influence their life situations through organization and advocacy.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Design Drafting Certificate

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Washington State’s Design Drafting Certificate program will provide you with the technical know-how you’ll need to begin a career in design drafting. You’ll learn how to assist with design and communicate the ideas graphically with engineers, architects, contractors, fabricators, and all of the others involved in the various stages of product development. Because of the wide variety of fields in which a design drafter may be involved, this degree program contains elements of many types of design. You will become familiar with disciplines such as machining, piping, electricity, construction, design, fabrication, and manufacturing. You will get hands-on experience with the tools of the trade, both on paper and on computer-aided drafting (CAD) systems.

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Metal Fabricator

Welding Certificate

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This one-year hands-on certificate will prepare you to enter the workforce as a certified plate or pipe welder and an experienced fitter or layout person. You will also be taught how to properly operate a carbon arc gouge and a variety of other tools used in the welding/construction field. Safety will be stressed the entire program.

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Welder

Welding Certificate

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This one-year hands-on certificate will prepare you to enter the workforce as a certified plate or pipe welder and an experienced fitter or layout person. You will also be taught how to properly operate a carbon arc gouge and a variety of other tools used in the welding/construction field. Safety will be stressed the entire program.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Coding Certificate

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The skills required to fulfill the need of fast-paced, every-growing health coding facilities can be obtained through the Medical Coding Certificate of Completion. Students will complete intensive coursework in Anatomy & Physiology I and II, CPT Coding, ICD Coding, and Principles of Reimbursement.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technology, A.A.S.

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The Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) program at Washington State, will train you in the behind-the-scenes laboratory of the healthcare industry. MLTs are a critical component of a functioning healthcare facility. Our graduates work under the supervision of physicians, lab managers or lab technologists to conduct lab tests on specimens. The work they do behind-the-scenes helps doctors detect diseases or illnesses and determine treatment options.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing, A.A.S.

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Did you know our ADN students take the same licensing exam as students who earn their bachelor's in nursing? That's right, when you successfully complete our 2-year program, you will take the very same test to become a registered nurse as those students who graduate from a four-year school. And you'll do it at a fraction of the cost.

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Practical Nursing, A.A.S.

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Our program teaches basic medical and nursing care. You will learn to ensure the comfort of patients by helping them bathe or dress, how to discuss their healthcare, and how to report a patient’s status to registered nurses and doctors. You will also become proficient at day-to-day activities such as checking blood pressures and inserting catheters.

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Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical Therapist Assistant, A.A.S.

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Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs) are skilled technical health personnel who work under the direction and supervision of a licensed Physical Therapist (PT). PTAs assist the PT in the treatment of individuals with a variety of medical problems or health related conditions that result in a loss of mobility or ability to perform functional activities in their daily lives. PTAs can find employment within local and surrounding hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing facilities, home health companies, outpatient and sports clinics, and schools. According to the 2018 US Department of Labor report, PTAs ranked #8 out of 20 occupations predicted to be the fasting growing professions between 2016 and 2026. Nationally, PTAs were listed as having an average annual income of $57,430.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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Radiologic technologists are specially trained allied health care professionals who use radiography (x-ray) equipment to produce images (radiographs) of tissues, organs, bones, and vessels of the body to diagnose pathology and injury. Radiographers also assist the radiologists (physicians specializing in the use of x-rays for diagnosis and treatment) during patient radiographic exams.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapy, A.A.S.

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You will learn critical thinking, patient/environment assessment skills, and evidence-based clinical practice guidelines that will enable you to develop and implement effective care plans, protocols and disease management programs.

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Contact Phone Number

740-374-8716

Address

710 Colegate Dr
Marietta, OH 45750
United States