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NEW PROGRAM - DENTAL ASSISTANT TECHNOLOGY

male and female dental assistants standing by a dental chair During this two-year program, you will learn dental terminology, how to properly use instruments, preparation of dental materials, how to assist chairside and office management skills. This hands-on class will teach you to set up trays for dental procedures and understand instrument transfer techniques. You will learn to identify the types of teeth and their functions. LEARN MORE

Advanced Manufacturing

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  • Design and create 21st century products in our state-of-the-art facility while earning nationally recognized certifications 
  • Design and produce components from concept to completion using Computer Numerical Control (CNC) production
  • Secure your future in a high demand/high wage industry (areas include manufacturing, engineering, and computer aided design CAD)
  • Allied Health Technology

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    (AHT) — Up to 11 college credits 
    • Explore a wide range of medical careers through high level academic coursework and practical lab experiences and while earning CPR and other certifications
    • Emphasis on medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, infection control and pharmacology
    • Learn to perform routine administrative and clinical procedures using professional medical equipment and technology

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    Architecture Project Management

    small model of a house (APM) — Up to 11 college credits
    • Complete community project based learning experiences
    • Generate blueprints and 3D computer drawings using advanced architectural software
    • Identify and choose appropriate materials for construction projects

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    Automotive Collision Repair

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    (ACR) — Up to 30 hours of technology studies credits

    • Assess damage, fabricate, assemble, and paint customer vehicles in a professional repair environment
    • Straighten and replace damaged parts using modern welding, sanding, masking, and painting procedures
    • Use advanced automotive detailing techniques to secure your future in a high demand/high wage industry

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    Automotive Technology

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    (AUT) — Up to 18 college credits

    • Diagnose, maintain, and repair a wide range of vehicles
    • Use modern diagnostic and repair equipment with techniques modeled after professional mechanics
    • Work on today’s complex vehicle computers and advanced under-car systems

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    Business Management Technology

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    (BMT) — Up to 14 college credits

    • Understand the principles surrounding business management practices through real-life application, internship opportunities, and college-bound coursework
    • Identify the importance and need for law in business, and develop viable business models for launching, growing and expanding a business
    • Earn the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification

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    Computer Networking Technology & Cyber Security

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    (CNT) — Up to 24 college credits

    • Design, install, and troubleshoot computer network systems
    • Earn computer technology certifications, such as A+, Network+, CISCO, Security+
    • Build and repair computers

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    Construction

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    (CON) — Up to 9 college credits

    • Work in all aspects of construction, including blueprint reading, framing, roofing, residential wiring and finish carpentry
    • Build a residential home from the ground up in a real-world, practical setting
    • Work side by side with professionals on residential construction projects

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    Cosmetology

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    (COS) — Up to 3 college credits

    • Perform a wide range of hair services, skin care, and nail treatments
    • Operate a full-service, interactive salon
    • Work side by side with industry professionals to help prepare you for State Board exams

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    Criminal Justice & Security

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    (CJS) — College credits TBA

    • Learn techniques to secure and protect people and infrastructure from natural and manmade disaster
    • Study criminal behavior and how various court systems are used to judge and punish offenders
    • Collect and analyze evidence by using structured and scientific approaches in investigations of crimes

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    Culinary Arts

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    (CUL) — Up to 7 college credits

    • Explore the culinary profession through a wide variety of hands-on experiences
    • Operate and manage a full-service restaurant while gaining valuable industry experience and employability skills
    • Create and present a complete restaurant concept

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    Electrical Engineering Prep

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    (EEP) — Up to 9 college credits

    • Design and maintain advanced electronic components using modern technology
    • Apply principles of residential, commercial, and industrial wiring and electrical systems
    • Earn nationally recognized certifications while learning basic engineering concepts

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    Emergency Medical Services

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    (EMS) — Up to 9 college credits

    • Explore health and safety careers such as firefighter, EMT/paramedic and emergency room personnel
    • Use medical and diagnostic equipment to perform detailed medical and trauma patient assessments
    • Experience real-world clinical environments

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    Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning

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    (HVAC) — Up to 23 college credits

    • Design, fabricate, install, and maintain heating and air conditioning systems in our state-of-the-art facility
    • Troubleshoot commercial and residential systems using advanced tools and diagnostic equipment
    • Learn the skills you need to service and install temperature, humidity, and air quality control systems as you prepare for internship and apprenticeship opportunities

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    Interactive Multimedia Technology

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    • Operate and maintain multimedia production equipment: digital SLR and digital video cameras, audio/visual recording equipment, and lighting
    • Learn to use your creative and artistic abilities in many areas of media
    • Earn Adobe and IC3 certifications

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    Internet Programming & Development

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    • Design, create, and maintain dynamic websites and databases while earning CIW Web, IC3, and Microsoft Digital Literacy certifications
    • Use a wide range of advanced web-based programming languages
    • Learn graphic design skills necessary for real-world application

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    Mechanical Technology Applications

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    (MTA) — Up to 11 college credits

    • Obtain Mechatronic training while earning nationally recognized certifications
    • Gain hands-on experience in woodworking, machinery, electricity, blueprints, and welding
    • Learn the employability skills necessary to be competitive for employment in this industry

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    Mobile Applications & Technology

    male student sitting and smiling while working on a computer with a 3d printer

    (MAT) — Up to 20 college credits 

    • Learn all aspects of the technology field while earning A+, Net+, IC3, and Microsoft Digital Literacy certifications
    • Learn safety, security and ethical issues involved with computer and social networking
    • Build, evaluate, troubleshoot and maintain computers and networking

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    Patient Care Technician

    two students in scrubs leaning against a blood pressure monitor and holding a stethoscope

    (PCT) — Up to 15 college credits

    • Learn the skills necessary to deliver quality patient care
    • Apply medical skills and practice diagnostic procedures in a clinical lab environment
    • Opportunity to obtain certifications in EKG, Bloodborne Pathogens, First Aid and Phlebotomy

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    Plant, Turf & Landscape Management

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    (PTLM) — Up to 8 college credits

    • Explore a career field that combines art and science and allows you the flexibility to work both indoors and outdoors.
    • Install and manage residential and commercial landscape designs at real job sites while earning industry certifications
    • Learn how to operate and maintain professional landscape equipment

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    Teaching Professions Pathway

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    (TPP) — Up to 17 college credits

    • Introductory course in teaching strategies, classroom management, and technology skills to prepare students for careers in education
    • Participate in field experiences at local schools while earning CPR & First Aid certifications
    • Gain a deeper understanding of the teaching profession and the skills required in today’s classroom

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    Welding

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    (WLD) — Up to 7 college credits

    • Use welding technologies to design, engineer, and fabricate solutions
    • Learn to interpret blueprints and specifications
    • Develop the skills and work ethic necessary for a career in a high demand/high wage trade while earning your American Welding Society certification

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