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Students may select beginning and advanced courses in a variety of artistic media, including drawing, painting, photography, ceramics and pottery.
Provides a strong combination of classroom theory and hands-on practice. The program is certified by the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF).
The field of business encompasses a wide range of studies, activities, and career opportunities, including Accounting, General Business, Business Management, Business Technology and Medical Office Support.
Prepares students for a career as a computer support specialist, or begin studies for a bachelor's degree in Computer Science.
Diesel/Heavy Equipment Technology
Prepares students for a career in any industry that utilizes trucks, excavators, bulldozers, and other industrial equipment.
Includes Chemical Dependency Studies, Medical Assistant, Health Occupations, Medical Pre-Professional and Nursing.
Language & Literature
English and Spanish courses courses meet communications and humanities requirements for students earning associate's degrees.
Students train for jobs with a solid foundation of technical skills through classroom and lab experience.
Mathematics supplements studies in Engineering, Chemistry, Physics and other natural sciences as well as Business programs.
Designed to serve both those planning to major in Music and the general college student.
Includes Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Environmental Science, Geography, Geology and Physics.
Includes varies programs for manufacturing, as well as the Summer Institute for high school students.
Transitional Studies / Basic Skills
It's never too late to learn to read, or do math, or learn English. Transitional Studies / Basic Skills prepares students for success in entry-level college courses and beyond.
Includes wire feed, arc welding, and more.