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Social Services Assistant

Activity Assistant Technical Certificate

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The Activity Assistant certificate is for individuals who wish to develop careers in the field of aging; those already employed in gerontology or related fields who wish to enhance their career paths; and those seeking a challenging and meaningful career change in response to new opportunities created by an aging society.

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Behavioral and Cognitive Care Technical Certificate

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The Behavioral and Cognitive Care certificate is for individuals who wish to develop careers in the field of aging; those already employed in gerontology or related fields who wish to enhance their career paths; and those seeking a challenging and meaningful career change in response to new opportunities created by an aging society.

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End of Life Care and Support Technical Certificate

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The End of Life Care and Support certificate is for individuals who wish to develop careers in the field of aging; those already employed in gerontology or related fields who wish to enhance their career paths; and those seeking a challenging and meaningful career change in response to new opportunities created by an aging society.

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Gerontology Specialist, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science Gerontology degree is for individuals who wish to develop careers in the field of aging; those already employed in gerontology or related fields who wish to enhance their career paths; and those seeking a challenging and meaningful career change in response to new opportunities created by an aging society.

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Preschool Teacher

Director Technical Certificate

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This certificate prepares students for careers in licensed early childhood care and education programs. The Director certificate enables students to meet the educational qualifications of the Colorado Department of Human Services. Students who wish to work in licensed early childhood classrooms may complete the Director certificate and then continue to earn an Associate of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education. Career options include opportunities in childcare centers and pre-schools both public and private.

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Entry-Level Teacher Technical Certificate

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The ECE program is designed to prepare students to work with young children (birth to age eight) in a variety of settings. This certificate is designed for students wishing to work as lead teachers in a childcare classroom. Students who wish to work in licensed early childhood care and education programs may complete the sequence of courses for Entry-Level Teacher certificate and then continue to earn an Associate of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education. The Entry-Level Teacher certificate enables students to meet the educational qualifications established by the Colorado Department of Human Services.

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Teacher Technical Certificate

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The ECE program is designed to prepare students to work with young children (birth to age eight in a variety of settings. This certificate is designed for students wishing to work as lead teachers in a childcare classroom. Students who wish to work in licensed early childhood care and education programs may complete the sequence of courses for the Teacher certificate and then continue to earn an Associate of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education. The Teacher certificate enables students to meet the educational qualifications established by the Colorado Department of Human Services.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technician-Basic Technical Certificate

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The EMT-Basic represents the first component of the emergency medical technician system. An EMT-B is trained to care for patients at the scene of an accident and while transporting patients by ambulance to the hospital under medical direction. The EMT-B has the emergency skills to assess a patient’s condition and manage respiratory, cardiac and trauma emergencies. Formal courses are combined with skills practice and time in an emergency room or ambulance for a total of 195 contact hours. The program also provides instruction and practice in dealing with bleeding, fractures, airway obstruction, cardiac arrest and emergency childbirth. Students learn how to use and maintain common emergency equipment, such as backboards, suction devices, splints, oxygen delivery systems and stretchers. Graduates of approved EMT-Basic training programs who pass a written and practical examination administered by the State certifying agency or the NREMT earn the title “Registered EMT-Basic.”

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Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic Technical Certificate

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The EMT-Paramedic (EMT-P) represents the most advanced level of training of the emergency medical technician system. At this level, the caregiver receives advanced training in the use of procedures, medications and equipment to manage medical emergencies and traumatic injuries in patients of all ages. EMT-Paramedics provide the most extensive pre-hospital care. Through performance of assessments and providing medical care, their goal is to prevent and reduce mortality and morbidity due to illness and injury. Paramedics primarily provide care to emergency patients in an out-of-hospital setting. The program prepares the graduate to take the NREMT examination and become certified as an EMT-paramedic.

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Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic, A.A.S.

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The EMT-Paramedic (EMT-P) represents the most advanced level of training of the emergency medical technician system. At this level, the caregiver receives advanced training in the use of procedures, medications and equipment to manage medical emergencies and traumatic injuries in patients of all ages. EMT-Paramedics provide the most extensive pre-hospital care. Through performance of assessments and providing medical care, their goal is to prevent and reduce mortality and morbidity due to illness and injury. Paramedics primarily provide care to emergency patients in an out-of-hospital setting. The program prepares the graduate to take the NREMT examination and become certified as an EMT-paramedic.

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Police Officer

Peace Officer Standards and Training Technical Certificate

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The Peace Officer Academy certificate program exceeds the Colorado Peace Officers Standards Training (POST) requirements for peace officer entry-level training. The individual training requirements for arrest control, law enforcement driving and firearms are included in the program. Students enrolled in the program will earn 31 credit hours that may be applied towards associate or bachelor’s degree at CMU.

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Firefighter

Wildland Fire Management, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science Wildland Fire Management degree is designed for students who want the credentials of an associate degree combined with the technical training that meets National Wildfire Coordination Group (NWCG) standards. The courses offered align with the NWCG Curriculum.

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Advanced Automotive Service Technician, A.A.S.

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In this Associate of Applied Science degree students major in transportation services and have an emphasis in advanced automotive service technician. Students learn the fundamentals of electronics, starters, ignitions, charging systems, air conditioning, cooling and heating systems, safety, technical math and use of technical manuals. This program also teaches basic management, written and oral communication, and leadership skills. Advanced coursework includes an in-depth study of internal combustion engine disassembly, repair, reassembly, diagnosis and troubleshooting; suspension systems; and alignment and wheel balance. The advanced automotive service technician emphasis prepares students for careers as automotive technicians, parts and service distributors, industrial sales representatives, service managers and business owners in the transportation services industry.

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Automotive Service Technician Technical Certificate

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Students learn the fundamentals of electronics, starters, ignition, charging systems, air conditioning, cooling and heating systems, safety, technical math and use of technical manuals. Students also learn basic management, written and oral communication, and leadership skills. Advanced coursework includes an in-depth study of internal combustion engine disassembly, repair, reassembly, diagnosis and troubleshooting; suspension systems; and alignment and wheel balance. * Students must complete the Light Duty Technician technical certificate before enrolling in this technical certificate.

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Light Duty Automotive Foundations I Technical Certificate

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Students learn the fundamentals of electronics, starters, ignition, charging systems, air conditioning, brakes, suspension, steering, cooling and heating systems, safety, technical math and use of technical manuals. basic management, communication and leadership skills. Students also learn basic management, written and oral communication, and leadership skills.

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Light Duty Automotive Foundations II Technical Certificate

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Students learn the fundamentals of electronics, starters, ignition, charging systems, air conditioning, brakes, suspension, steering, cooling and heating systems, safety, technical math and use of technical manuals. basic management, communication and leadership skills. Students also learn basic management, written and oral communication, and leadership skills.

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Light Duty Automotive Technician Technical Certificate

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Students learn the fundamentals of electronics, starters, ignition, charging systems, air conditioning, brakes, suspension, steering, cooling and heating systems, safety, technical math and use of technical manuals. Students also learn basic management, written and oral communication, and leadership skills.

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Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Mechanics Technical Certificate

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This two-year A.A.S. degree will prepare graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge to enter the diesel technology field with the following capabilities:

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Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

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Aircraft Mechanic

Fixed Wing, Aviation Technology, A.A.S.

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The Aviation Technology program with a Fixed Wing emphasis will provide technical certificate for college credit as identified in the Colorado Mesa University mission established by the Colorado Legislature. The goals of the program are: prepare the students for FAA Certification as a Commercial Pilot with an Instrument Rating, and as a Certified Flight Instructor. In addition, the program offers opportunities to enhance knowledge and expertise in the field of aviation by improving technical skills. Successful completion of the Aviation Technology program will also help prepare AAS students for BS programs in Aviation Technology.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architectural Drafting, Manufacturing Technology Technical Certificate

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The technical certificate in Architectural Drafting will provide an introduction to Autocad, Revit residential and Revit commercial design and architectural and civil blueprint reading. Students will gain fundamental knowledge of architectural drafting.

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CAD/CAM, Manufacturing Technology Technical Certificate

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Through the use of computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) and computer-aided design (CAD), students will learn the techniques of basic drafting principles and methods used in today’s manufacturing industry. Dimensioning and geometric construction will be explored with CAD/CAM software and transferred to Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machines to operate machine tools and related machinery in the manufacturing and design of work pieces.

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Civil Drafting, Manufacturing Technology Technical Certificate

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The technical certificate in Civil Drafting will provide an introduction to Autocad, Autocad Civil 3D and architectural and civil blueprint reading. Students will gain fundamental knowledge of civil drafting.

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Machine and Manufacturing Trades, Manufacturing Technology Technical Certificate

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This program offers classroom instruction and related lab work, which includes hands-on activities with tools and the operation of equipment found in manufacturing. Students will work in the areas of blueprint reading, computer numerical control (CNC) machining, general machining and maintenance, computer-aided drafting (CAD) and related mathematics. This course is designed to meet competency-based standards set by the industry. Attitude and quality of workmanship is stressed. Career options include entry level machinist, computer-numerical control operator, numerical tool and process technician, manufacturing engineering technician and manufacturing inspection technician.

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Machining Technology, Manufacturing Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science with the Manufacturing Technology major offers classroom instruction and related lab work with hands-on activities in the use of tools and the operation of equipment found in manufacturing. In the Machining Technology emphasis students learn to apply industrial knowledge and skills to plan and implement designs, operate manual mills and lathes, operate computer-aided machinery with CAD/CAM software, and computer-numerical controlled (CNC) machines. Students also develop the skills that enable them to read blueprints, apply appropriate mathematical concepts, and understand the properties of metal and polymers. This course of study is designed to meet competency-based standards set by the manufacturing industry. With this degree, students will be qualified for the following employment opportunities: entry-level machinist, computer-numerical control operator, numerical tool and process technician, manufacturing engineering technician, and manufacturing inspection technician.

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Mechanical Drafting, Manufacturing Technology Technical Certificate

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The technical certificate in Mechanical Drafting will provide an introduction to AutoDesk Inventor or Fusion and Solidworks software, along with blueprint reading and geometric tolerancing. Students will also gain fundamental knowledge of mechanical drafting.

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Welder

Basic Welder Technical Certificate

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This Basic Welder certificate is designed to provide training and opportunity to become proficient at SMAW, GMAW, OAC, PAC, blueprint reading, mathematics and safety. This program offers classroom lecture and related lab work. Welding, cutting, layout, safety, attitude and quality of workmanship are stressed throughout this program. The Basic Welding certificate prepares students for welding helper-apprentice positions in the welding industry and is designed to meet competency based standards set by the American Welding Society. This program prepares students to become certified AWS certified welders in the welding industry upon successful completion of the appropriate test standard.

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Welding Technology Technical Certificate

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This Welding Technology certificate provides training and the opportunity to become proficient at SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, FCAW, OAC, PAC, blueprint reading, fabrication, layout, mathematics and safety. This program offers classroom lecture and related lab work. Students study welding, cutting, layout, fabrication and technical math. Safety, attitude and quality of workmanship are stressed throughout this course. This welding certificate prepares students for entry-level placement in a wide range of jobs in the welding industry and is designed to meet competency based standards set by the American Welding Society. This program prepares students to become AWS certified welders in the welding industry.

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Welding Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science Welding Technology degree provides training and the opportunity to become proficient at SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, FCAW, OAC, PAC, blueprint reading, pipe welding, fabrication, automation, layout, mathematics and safety. This program offers classroom lecture and related lab work. Students study welding, cutting, layout, fabrication and technical math. Safety, attitude and quality of workmanship are stressed throughout this course. The welding AAS degree prepares students for advanced-level placement in a wide range of jobs in the welding industry and is designed to meet competency based standards set by the American Welding Society. This program prepares students to become AWS certified welders.

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Electrician

Construction Electrical Technical Certificate

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This certificate in construction electrical prepares students for an apprenticeship electrician opportunity in the construction electrical field. The curriculum incorporates courses in building materials, installations, codes, safety, tools, calculations and print reading. After graduating, career options include obtaining a position as an apprentice electrician or electrical installer.

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Construction Electrical, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science Construction Electrical degree is designed to prepare students for a wide range of opportunities in the construction electrical field. The curriculum incorporates courses in building materials, estimating, planning and scheduling, installations, codes, safety, tools, calculations and print reading. This degree also includes Essential Learning courses that develop supervisory skills. Career options after graduating include apprentice electrician, journeyman electrician, electrical installer, or maintenance and repair electrician.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians

Land Surveying and Geomatics Technical Certificate

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WCCC/CMU have a post-baccalaureate certificate offered online, which allows individuals across Colorado – and in surrounding states – to complete 20 hours of surveying-specific course work. This course work is combined with an internship/capstone project that equates to an additional four credit hours. This certificate allows students who have a baccalaureate degree, but who do not have sufficient surveying-related course work to successfully pass the Colorado-required exam to attain a Professional Surveyor License.

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Land Surveying and Geomatics, A.A.S.

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The Land Surveying and Geomatics program prepares students to use equipment that is an integral part of land development for engineering, construction and planning projects. Students learn to measure elevations, use equipment to measure on or below the surface of the earth and use technology to process data. Through this program, students will gain the knowledge that is needed for state certification.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Automation and Instrumentation, Mechatronics Technical Certificate

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The Mechatronics Technician program responds to a new and emerging career that trains technicians with “multi-craft” skills to work on robotic and “intelligent” equipment ranging from ATM machines to multi-million-dollar manufacturing cells. The skills taught include electrical, mechanical, and computer technologies. Mechatronics technicians will assist the design, development and engineering staff, and install, maintain, modify and repair mechatronic systems, equipment and component parts. The program combines academic training with hands-on activities.

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Mechatronics, A.A.S.

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The Mechatronics program responds to a new and emerging career that trains technicians with “multi-craft” skills to work on robotic and “intelligent” equipment ranging from ATM machines to multi-million-dollar manufacturing cells. The skills taught include electrical, mechanical, and computer technologies. Mechatronics technicians will assist the design, development and engineering staff, and install, maintain, modify and repair mechatronic systems, equipment and component parts. The program combines academic training with hands-on activities.

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Machinist

CAD/CAM, Manufacturing Technology Technical Certificate

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Through the use of computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) and computer-aided design (CAD), students will learn the techniques of basic drafting principles and methods used in today’s manufacturing industry. Dimensioning and geometric construction will be explored with CAD/CAM software and transferred to Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machines to operate machine tools and related machinery in the manufacturing and design of work pieces.

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CNC Machinist, Manufacturing Technology Technical Certificate

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Students learn to apply industrial knowledge and skills to plan and implement designs, operate manual mills and lathes, operate computer aided machinery with CAD/CAM software, and computer-numerical controlled (CNC) machines.

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Entry Level Machining, Manufacturing Technology Technical Certificate

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Entry Level Machining program introduces manufacturing, print reading/sketching, and machining. Producing machined parts by operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machine; maintaining quality and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment and supplies.

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Machine and Manufacturing Trades, Manufacturing Technology Technical Certificate

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This program offers classroom instruction and related lab work, which includes hands-on activities with tools and the operation of equipment found in manufacturing. Students will work in the areas of blueprint reading, computer numerical control (CNC) machining, general machining and maintenance, computer-aided drafting (CAD) and related mathematics. This course is designed to meet competency-based standards set by the industry. Attitude and quality of workmanship is stressed. Career options include entry level machinist, computer-numerical control operator, numerical tool and process technician, manufacturing engineering technician and manufacturing inspection technician.

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Machining Technology, Manufacturing Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science with the Manufacturing Technology major offers classroom instruction and related lab work with hands-on activities in the use of tools and the operation of equipment found in manufacturing. In the Machining Technology emphasis students learn to apply industrial knowledge and skills to plan and implement designs, operate manual mills and lathes, operate computer-aided machinery with CAD/CAM software, and computer-numerical controlled (CNC) machines. Students also develop the skills that enable them to read blueprints, apply appropriate mathematical concepts, and understand the properties of metal and polymers. This course of study is designed to meet competency-based standards set by the manufacturing industry. With this degree, students will be qualified for the following employment opportunities: entry-level machinist, computer-numerical control operator, numerical tool and process technician, manufacturing engineering technician, and manufacturing inspection technician.

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Architectural Drafter

CAD/CAM, Manufacturing Technology Technical Certificate

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Through the use of computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) and computer-aided design (CAD), students will learn the techniques of basic drafting principles and methods used in today’s manufacturing industry. Dimensioning and geometric construction will be explored with CAD/CAM software and transferred to Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machines to operate machine tools and related machinery in the manufacturing and design of work pieces.

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Machine and Manufacturing Trades, Manufacturing Technology Technical Certificate

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This program offers classroom instruction and related lab work, which includes hands-on activities with tools and the operation of equipment found in manufacturing. Students will work in the areas of blueprint reading, computer numerical control (CNC) machining, general machining and maintenance, computer-aided drafting (CAD) and related mathematics. This course is designed to meet competency-based standards set by the industry. Attitude and quality of workmanship is stressed. Career options include entry level machinist, computer-numerical control operator, numerical tool and process technician, manufacturing engineering technician and manufacturing inspection technician.

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Machining Technology, Manufacturing Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science with the Manufacturing Technology major offers classroom instruction and related lab work with hands-on activities in the use of tools and the operation of equipment found in manufacturing. In the Machining Technology emphasis students learn to apply industrial knowledge and skills to plan and implement designs, operate manual mills and lathes, operate computer-aided machinery with CAD/CAM software, and computer-numerical controlled (CNC) machines. Students also develop the skills that enable them to read blueprints, apply appropriate mathematical concepts, and understand the properties of metal and polymers. This course of study is designed to meet competency-based standards set by the manufacturing industry. With this degree, students will be qualified for the following employment opportunities: entry-level machinist, computer-numerical control operator, numerical tool and process technician, manufacturing engineering technician, and manufacturing inspection technician.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts, A.A.S.

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Students in the culinary arts program learn the fundamental skills and techniques needed to succeed in a professional kitchen.

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Energy Industry

Diesel Mechanic

Diesel Mechanics Technical Certificate

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This two-year A.A.S. degree will prepare graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge to enter the diesel technology field with the following capabilities:

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Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

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Power Generation Technician

Diesel Mechanics Technical Certificate

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This two-year A.A.S. degree will prepare graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge to enter the diesel technology field with the following capabilities:

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Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

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Electrical Lineman

Electric Lineworker Technical Certificate

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This certificate covers all areas of training required to work with electric lines, including basic skills in studies of electricity, math, fundamentals of line work, transformer connections and underground installation. In addition to training at the field location, all students are encouraged to obtain a Red Cross First Aid and a CPR card as a requirement for employment. With this certificate, students will be prepared for entry-level positions as electric line mechanics, electric line workers or power line workers.

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Electric Lineworker, A.A.S.

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This program covers all areas of training required to work with electric lines, including basic skills in studies of electricity, math, fundamentals of line work, transformer connections and underground installation. In addition to training at the field location, all students are encouraged to obtain a Red Cross First Aid and a CPR card as a requirement for employment. With this degree, students will be prepared for entry-level positions as electric line mechanics, electric line workers or power line workers.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Graphics Technology, Applied Business Technical Certificate

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This program prepares students to be effective, efficient, entry-level professionals. Students develop skills in web page design, digital layouts, and digital tools. The Graphics Technology curriculum prepares the student to be an effective staff member in business, government or non-profit organizations.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Healthcare Information Networking, Information and Communication Technology Technical Certificate

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This certificate prepares students for Healthcare ICT careers by teaching them the special needs of the healthcare industry including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act; electronic health records; the universal protocol; and how to design, implement, monitor and troubleshoot networks in healthcare environments. This course complements the Cisco CCNA curriculum and is designed for students who would like to expand their networking abilities by developing specialized healthcare networking skills. Hands-on labs throughout the course help students gain practical experience, including procedural and troubleshooting labs, skills integration challenges and model building.

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Information and Communication Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science Information and Communication Technology (ICT) degree provides the student with the foundation skills and knowledge for entry into the broad spectrum of ICT careers. It is designed to educate students in hardware and software areas including: business-class computer, convergent data/voice/media communication, computer network, Internet of Things, 3D Printing, unmanned aerial Systems (UAS) and robotics hardware. The program utilizes CISCO curriculum for most courses, including the core Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) courses to prepare students for the certification exam.

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Network Technician, Information and Communication Technology Technical Certificate

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This certificate is based on the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching series of courses and prepares students for the Cisco Certified Network Associate exam. The CCNA certification prepares students for any entry-level networking career. Additional classes cover computers, information security, convergent communications technologies, best practice customer relations and workplace behavior.

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IT Support Specialist

Healthcare Information Networking, Information and Communication Technology Technical Certificate

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This certificate prepares students for Healthcare ICT careers by teaching them the special needs of the healthcare industry including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act; electronic health records; the universal protocol; and how to design, implement, monitor and troubleshoot networks in healthcare environments. This course complements the Cisco CCNA curriculum and is designed for students who would like to expand their networking abilities by developing specialized healthcare networking skills. Hands-on labs throughout the course help students gain practical experience, including procedural and troubleshooting labs, skills integration challenges and model building.

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Healthcare Information Networking, Information and Communication Technology Technical Certificate

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This certificate prepares students for Healthcare ICT careers by teaching them the special needs of the healthcare industry including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act; electronic health records; the universal protocol; and how to design, implement, monitor and troubleshoot networks in healthcare environments. This course complements the Cisco CCNA curriculum and is designed for students who would like to expand their networking abilities by developing specialized healthcare networking skills. Hands-on labs throughout the course help students gain practical experience, including procedural and troubleshooting labs, skills integration challenges and model building.

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Help Desk Technician, Information and Communication Technology Technical Certificate

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Upon completion of this certificate the student will be able to demonstrate skills, knowledge and training for employment in an information and communication technology help desk support position. Students learn the fundamentals of computer hardware and software, mobile devices, security and networking concepts, the responsibilities of the help desk technician and how to provide customer support.

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Help Desk Technician, Information and Communication Technology Technical Certificate

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Upon completion of this certificate the student will be able to demonstrate skills, knowledge and training for employment in an information and communication technology help desk support position. Students learn the fundamentals of computer hardware and software, mobile devices, security and networking concepts, the responsibilities of the help desk technician and how to provide customer support.

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Information and Communication Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science Information and Communication Technology (ICT) degree provides the student with the foundation skills and knowledge for entry into the broad spectrum of ICT careers. It is designed to educate students in hardware and software areas including: business-class computer, convergent data/voice/media communication, computer network, Internet of Things, 3D Printing, unmanned aerial Systems (UAS) and robotics hardware. The program utilizes CISCO curriculum for most courses, including the core Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) courses to prepare students for the certification exam.

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Information and Communication Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science Information and Communication Technology (ICT) degree provides the student with the foundation skills and knowledge for entry into the broad spectrum of ICT careers. It is designed to educate students in hardware and software areas including: business-class computer, convergent data/voice/media communication, computer network, Internet of Things, 3D Printing, unmanned aerial Systems (UAS) and robotics hardware. The program utilizes CISCO curriculum for most courses, including the core Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) courses to prepare students for the certification exam.

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Healthcare Industry

Certified Nursing Assistant

Nurse Aide Technical Certificate

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This certificate is designed to provide the student with entry-level skills required for employment as a nurse aide in a long-term care facility, an acute care facility or a home health care agency. Coursework emphasizes the special needs of the geriatric population. Students who successfully complete this certificate qualify to take the State Certification Examination. This certificate instruction includes basic nursing assistant procedures, skills, restorative services, general household activities, patient care, safety and emergency care. Students gain an understanding of the responsibilities involved in working with patients of all ages, in both wellness and illness, issues of mental health, patient rights and patient/family interactions. A minimum of 92 contact hours of training are required.

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Technology, A.A.S.

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The Veterinary Technology program is for those who wish to develop careers as an important member of the veterinary team and who are passionate about providing quality care to animals.

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970-255-2600

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2508 Blichmann Ave
Grand Junction, CO 81505
United States