@BRCC Fall 2012 Magazine
Fall 2012 Magazine highlighting Blue Ridge Community College's programs and services.
convenient affordable high quality flexible Train for exciting careers or explore college transfer options. Dear Prospective Blue Ridge Community College Student, I’m delighted you’re considering Blue Ridge Community College as the place to embark on your higher education journey. In today’s economy, a strong foundation in higher education is essential for success in the competitive workforce. Blue Ridge Community College is the place to acquire that strong foundation or to learn new skills in order to change careers. We have the highest quality faculty members and a dedicated staff, eager to help you achieve your dream career by making your academic planning simple and affordable. Blue Ridge is the type of college where you’ll be challenged academically, but where you will also learn the practical applications of the knowledge you’ll work hard to acquire. All of the employees at BRCC are dedicated to advancing the values of Learning, Excellence, Community Relationships, and Culture. At BRCC, these values aren’t just words on a page. We try to live them in everything we do! We’ll challenge you to employ the talents and skills you’ve already developed over the years to become an even better person, with improved skills for social, civic, and career success. As a student, you’ll become part of a culture we care about deeply. As a member of our community, we will expect you to contribute your talents and skills to make our college an even better place to learn and develop. Whatever the dream for your future, BRCC can help you get there! In addition to the exceptional and challenging academic program, we offer excellent opportunities to serve the community through volunteering, to participate in intramural sports, and to engage in a wide variety of clubs and organizations. If you don’t consider yourself a leader already, we provide you the opportunity and skill set to become one. We encourage you to fully commit yourself to making the most of your college experience, whether you choose Blue Ridge Community College, as we hope you will, or any other institution of higher education. If, at any time during your process of selecting a college, we can answer questions or be of service to you, please don’t hesitate to let us know. I look forward to the day when I see you on campus, and I can officially say, “Welcome to Blue Ridge Community College!” Cover Photo: Steve Maylone, courtesy Moseley Architects. Weâ€™re flexible! 3 nother way BRCC is helping to make college accessible is through our two off-campus centersâ€”in Harrisonburg and at Augusta Health in Fishersville. Both of these locations offer classes and have computer labs for students as well. Want to take classes on your own schedule? In your own home? Online courses may be a great fit for your busy schedule! BRCC also offers Friday and Saturday courses to help you take the classes you need, when you have time to take them. Weyers Cave (main) campus Classes Offered at BRCC Harrisonburg Center American Lit English Lit College Composition Principles of Economics Intro to Communication Intro to Business First Aid/CPR Information Literacy Math for Arts Precalculus Classes Offered at BRCC Augusta Center First Aid/CPR Information Literacy Principles of Sociology Developmental Psychology Abnormal Psychology Anatomy and Physiology College Composition Developmental English Medical Terminology US History Precalculus Elementary Statistics Online Classes Web Scripting Language Intro to E-Commerce Principles of Information Systems Careers and Cyber Ethics Intro to Computer Science Developmental Psychology Intro to Human Services Group Dynamics Gerontology Health and Nutrition Nutrition and Human Development Survey of Criminal Justice Introduction to Corrections Adult Detention Beginning Spanish Intro to Philosophy Ethics Principles of Marketing US History World Lit Western Civilizations (two levels) Survey of Economics Computer Business Applications Business Law Interpersonal Dynamics Concepts in Supervision Small Business Management Principles of Management Business Statistics Art History and Appreciation Applied Accounting Principles of Accounting Other Highlighted Programs @ BRCC three Augusta Center, fishersville locations The Harrisonburg Center & online! Business & Accouning Mechanical Design Vet Tech Management & Leadership Certificate Human Resource Essentials Customer Service Institute Artist Entrepreneur Series Business Math Quickbooks Intermediate Accounting Electronics Mechanics of Materials Engineering Graphics Strength of Materials Technical and Machine Drawing Architectural Drafting Veterinary Medical Terminology Domestic Animals Intro to Animal Science Intro to Vet Assistant Intro to Vet Tech Art Acrylics Watercolor Drawing Digital Photography & Image Editing Painting Computer Graphics Ceramics Fundamentals of Design Nursing and Health Care Administration of Justice Report Writing for Law Enforcement Principals of Pharmacology Crime Scene Investigation (two levels) Communications for Law Nursing Principles and Enforcement Concepts Clinical Medical Assistant Phlebotomy Pharmacy Tech Certification Prep Course for VA Medical Coding Personal Trainer Certificate Medical Billing and Coding First Aid/CPR Personal and Community Health Student Maria Murerwa has relied on the BRCC shuttle since her first day of classes more than two years ago, and rides everyday from her home in Harrisonburg. â€œI use the shuttle because I donâ€™t have any other means of transportation, and plus, the shuttle is free and reliable,â€? said the Rwandan native. Students Ride Free! T he BRCC Shuttle offers free transportation for students from Rockingham and Augusta Counties, as well as the cities of Harrisonburg, Staunton, and Waynesboro. The shuttle makes attending classes possible for students with no transportation, temperamental vehicles, or handicaps that prevent them from driving. A valid College ID card is all that is required to use the shuttles for free. Shuttle ridership was up by 35 percent this January over the figures from January 2011, and with gas prices on the rise, it is anticipated that more students will utilize this service. For more route information, visit http:// www.brcc.edu/services/shuttle/. Another way to lessen the cost of getting to BRCC is by using the BRCC Zimride ridesharing network. BRCC Zimride (zimride.brcc.edu) helps students connect with classmates and friends who are traveling in the same direction at the same time, and they can offer or request rides. Apply for Admission/Create Student Account • To apply online go to the BRCC Admissions & Records website: http://www. brcc.edu/admissions. • If you have previously taken coursework at a Virginia Community College (including Dual Enrollment and Learning Can Be Fun classes), you have completed this step and will have an EMPLID number; if you do not remember it, please contact Admissions & Records at 540-453-2287 for assistance. • Follow directions in the confirmation e-mail to log-in to your student account, access your username and create a password. Apply for Financial Aid • Complete online FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) found at: www.fafsa.ed.gov. • The FAFSA and BRCC Scholarship applications must be submitted by March 15th to be considered for BRCC Scholarships. • For more information, visit the Financial Aid website: http://www.brcc.edu/ financial_aid. Take the Placement Tests • For information and test prep materials, visit: http://www.brcc.edu/ admissions/cpt/. • You must bring a photo ID, your EMPLID number and your VCCS email address to the test session. Register for a Group Advising Session • Intended for new students, entering fall semester. • Session activities will include selecting a program of study, scheduling courses, and learning to use the Student Information Systems. • For more information on dates and workshop registration, visit: www.brcc.edu/ workshop. WWW.BRCC.EDU Just need a class or two? • Apply to BRCC, then make an appointment with an Academic Advisor. • Advisors are in the Houff Student Center and available by appointment Mondays through Thursdays from 8:30am to 4:30pm and Fridays from 8:30am to 2:30pm. • To make an appointment with an Academic Advisor visit: http://www.brcc.edu/ services/scheduler/. 6 START HERE FINISH THERE JMU EMU BC ODU MBC and many more! If a four-year degree is your ultimate educational goal, BRCC is a great place to get started. You’ll save so much money and time by getting those first two years of general education requirements under your belt before moving on. Nearly all four-year colleges and universities in Virginia, as well as some private institutions in the state, have transfer agreements with BRCC. Some, like ODU and JMU, even have degree specific articulation agreements with BRCC, so you can be assured that you’ll be admitted to the college of your choice, and that the courses taken here will transfer seamlessly there…wherever “there” happens to be! You’ll be encouraged to meet early and often with a transfer advisor to keep on track. Advisors from James Madison University, Eastern Mennonite University, Mary Baldwin College and Bridgewater College all have offices on the Weyers Cave campus for your convenience. BRCC’s transfer curricula are flexible by design and offer a variety of required and elective course options that can meet the needs of many schools and majors. You can earn an associate degree in: • general education • business administration • teacher education • science • computer science • engineering and be ready to transfer to the school of your choice! Rajan Shore, Transfer Center coordinator, is ready to answer all your questions about transferring from BRCC to any of Virginia’s excellent four-year schools. Contact her at 540-453-2382. Visit the transfer website: http://community.brcc.edu/ transfer/. BRCC graduate D.J. Diehl had many options to consider after earning his degree here. He could have “hit the working world at full speed” with his associate’s degree, but he was persuaded to continue his education by transferring to Old Dominion. “Since Blue Ridge offers satellite courses from Old Dominion, I was able to meet with some of the ODU faculty without actually traveling to the school. The transfer process was a breeze, and two years later, I was graduating with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from ODU,” D.J. says. W hen you shop around, BRCC is an educational bargain. Our Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships is committed to helping you gain access to financial resources in a fair, sensitive, and confidential manner. We’ll discuss your financial options with you and get you the help you need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Career services are available to current BRCC students, as well as alumni of the College. Services offered include career planning, assessments, and resources for the job search, as well as Academic Advising for enrolled students. Potential students are invited to make an appointment with the Coordinator, Jenny Harvey, to explore the wealth of career pathways originating at BRCC, including degree programs, certificates, and Continuing Education options. Contact Career Services at email@example.com or (540) 453-2237. Some types of aid offered part-time or fulltime students: Grants—No repayment Federal Pell, Federal SEOG, COMA Grant, VGAP Grant, PTAP Grant, CSAP Loans—Repayment required Stafford Loan Plus Loans Work Study—Part-time positions available on the Weyers Cave campus Scholarships—No repayment The BRCC Educational Foundation, Inc., assists the College in providing academic, as well as needbased scholarships. There are dozens of program specific and open scholarships available each year. Some Financial Aid Fast Facts… • BRCC helped students receive $14 million in aid during the 2011-12 academic year. • Since 2000, the amount of aid awarded has increased 1,300 percent! • The number of students qualifying for aid has increased by 460 percent. (from 500 students in FY2000 to 2,800 in FY2012) • BRCC’s tuition and fees are still less than half of comparable public four-year institutions. http://www.brcc.edu/financial_aid/ http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ If you’re a veteran, BRCC wants you! We’ve been recognized by Military Advanced Education (MAE) magazine for inclusion in its 5th Annual Guide to America’s Top MilitaryFriendly Colleges & Universities. From community colleges to state universities and nationally known centers of higher learning, MAE’s Annual Guide provides servicemembers with information about schools that go out of their way to give back to our men and women in uniform. We are extremely proud of this recognition and we hope to help many more military members achieve their higher education goals. “The Veterans Administration can sometimes be confusing to navigate. Catherine [Mathias] is the “go to” person for anything involving the VA and education benefits. Every time I’ve had the pleasure of working with her, she has made a daunting challenge into a genuinely good experience,” says Aaron Furman, Blue Ridge student and Navy veteran. Most programs at the College are approved by the State Department of Education for the payment of veterans educational benefits. Contact Catherine A. Mathias, VA Certifying Official, for more information (540) 453-2360. BRCC Cares About Your Success as a Student… That’s why we created The CAVE T he Center for Academic Vision and Excellence connects students with faculty members and peer tutors across all academic areas. The CAVE is THE place for study groups, to work on small group projects, or perfect that presentation using the latest technology. Math and English faculty have “open houses”—dedicated blocks of time for you to get help with a math problem or writing assignment. So come check it out…pull up a comfy chair and get the academic support you need to be successful. The Advanced Technology Center at BRCC is a state-of-the-art facility that is home to the College’s manufacturing engineering technology, electronics, engineering, physics, mathematics, and automated manufacturing programs. There are labs for electronics, computer networking, physics, manufacturing engineering, and computer aided drafting, as well as two standard classrooms. The Center is the College’s first LEED-certified green building. From the smart boards to the labs, this building has the latest and greatest to prepare you for exciting careers in today’s workforce! L ike far too many Valley residents, Terry Smith was laid off when the economy tanked several years ago. At first, he wasn’t too concerned, “I had worked for 14 years and was making a good living. I thought I’d be able to find another job,” he explained. But what he found was that even with his years of management and supervision experience, employers wanted a degree beyond high school. So at 47 years old, the Raphine resident decided to go back to school. “I immediately thought about Blue Ridge. The College has a good reputation, and offered the program I wanted,” he said. “I was intimidated coming in,” Terry stated—math, in particular, was a challenge. But Terry found the counselors and faculty at BRCC were there to assist him—whether it be registering for classes or getting extra instruction after class. He also discovered that his maturity and life experiences helped him through the early challenges, and that it didn’t take long to settle into the college routine. Terry works Friday-Sunday, three 12-hour days, then has the rest of the week to focus on school and family. The father of two teenagers, he finds it amusing when he and his kids can discuss schoolwork together. “My son and I will both be in college at the same time,” he added. He’s also built friendships with several of his mechanical design classmates that he says, “will last a lifetime.” He’s worked like gangbusters to get through the program and will finish in six semesters. Terry will graduate this spring with an associate’s degree in mechanical design technology and a career studies certificate in computer aided drafting (CAD). He plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree and take additional classes at BRCC in architecture. Business & Accounting B lue Ridge accounting and business management graduate Josh Shifflett credits his BRCC degree with landing him his current job. “Without BRCC, I would have never been considered for the job I have today,” said Josh. He added, “BRCC gave me the necessary skills to succeed.” The Spotswood High School graduate’s mother was a BRCC graduate, so he was familiar with Blue Ridge from the get-go. “She loved it and had nothing but good things to say about it, and encouraged me to go there.” He added that BRCC being close to home and less expensive than other colleges factored into his decision to attend. He had also heard from friends about the great professors at BRCC. Enrolling in 2006, Josh dove into his business and accounting courses and joined a BRCC student club—Alpha Beta Gamma (a business honor society). Staff and faculty at BRCC were supportive of Josh in his studies, student activities, and in his job search. He said, “They were always willing to listen and also gave me great advice.” Josh graduated from BRCC in May 2010. He now works for a clinical research organization in Charlottesville. “We are contracted out by big pharmaceutical and biotech companies to oversee the clinical research of trial medications,” he explained. “I am a supervisor of a group of individuals, overseeing the budgets negotiated between the companies and the doctors or sites.” “I am very thankful that I had the opportunity to be a student at a great college like BRCC.” Great job potential predicted for accounting graduates! With your BRCC associate of applied science in accounting degree, you’ll be ready for exciting careers in government and the private sector as an accounting technician, accounts payable or receivable clerk, auditor, or bookkeeper. Great salaries, stability, and job growth potential in the future make accounting add up as a goal for you! W ith visual arts and digital media classes at BRCC, you’ll unleash your creativity and explore your passion for thinking and learning. Guided by professionals in the field, like portrait and wedding photographer Ben Wyrick, BRCC students get hands-on experience for in-demand jobs. “BRCC is a great place to start,” says Wyrick. “A talented high school student can learn so much and save so much money by starting here. We have great, flexible options. You can get an associate degree, or a certificate, or transfer to a four-year school and be well on your way to an art degree. Or just hone your photography skills with a couple of classes. It’s really up to each person to explore your passion.” Unlike many four-year schools, most art classes here have no prerequisites and students do not have to be enrolled in a degree program to take classes like photography. Using the latest equipment like Canon XA-10 video cameras, Canon Rebel T3 still cameras and Adobe Creative Suite software, students can sharpen their skills before investing in expensive equipment of their own. Blake Cale, a 20-year-old Harrisonburg resident, aspires to transfer to the Savannah College of Art and Design and believes he’s gotten a firm foundation at BRCC to do well there. “I wanted to broaden my knowledge in different media, and I’ve been able to do that,” he says. “I’ve always been interested in drawing and painting, but after taking graphic design classes, I think that is my niche.” Collaborative projects, like producing the BRCC literary magazine 540, keep students engaged and give them résumébuilding knowledge. “They get a real world publishing experience, from soliciting manuscripts and artwork, to design, to working with a printer, and then promoting it once it’s published,” Wyrick says. Arts classes at BRCC can help stimulate the right side of your brain, or possibly lead to something very practical: a job! “In the job market today, you have to be nimble,” Wyrick says. “Our students are exposed to a variety of courses taught by professionals with real world experience to help them become multi-talented designers and photographers.” Arts & Culture Photography • Digital multimedia • Computer graphics • Web design and development • Traditional art classes (drawing, painting, ceramics) B lue Ridge Community College’s Fine Arts Center offers fine and performing arts opportunities for students and community alike. The 23,500 square-foot building includes art and kinetic galleries, the Black Box Theatre, art and ceramics studios, computer lab, classrooms, and faculty offices. Since opening in fall 2007, the Fine Arts Center has logged more than 12,000 visitors to its events and exhibits. In the gallery and theatre... T he Fine Arts Center gallery hosts several exhibits each season, including exhibits such as a Shenandoah Valley Art Center Juried Members Show, works by Leslie Banta, a Mary Baldwin College Faculty Group Show, and the always-popular BRCC Student ArtWorks. The kinetic gallery has featured the work of Continuing Education pottery students, a collection of contemporary handmade marbles, and a Women’s History Month display of famous women’s portraits by the BRCC Computer Graphics class. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Visit http://www.brcc.edu/. The versatile black box theatre features performances like: • • • • • Comedy Concert Featuring Matt Jernigan Twelfth Night—American Shakespeare Center on Tour Virginia Hunger Symposium Benefit Concert: Tom Paxton The Hudson Trio Oliver Twist—BRCC Children’s Theatre Workshop production. Admission to most events is only $10, with students (K-12 and college) generally admitted free. Visit http://www.brcc.edu/fac/ performances/ for a performance calendar and more information. Wings or Wheels? If you have a passion for airplanes, cars, or trucks, BRCC offers courses to prepare you for exciting careers in the aviation, automotive, or commercial truck driving industries. Aviation Truck Driving BRCC provides a one-year aviation maintenance technician (AMT) program and offers both airframe and powerplant certificates, as well as an A.A.S. degree in aviation maintenance. Most students elect the one-year option and can complete both certificate programs in one calendar year. Classes are in session eight hours per day, five days per week. Students also have the option of attending four hours per day over a two-year period. The advantage of this second option is an internship opportunity that BRCC has initiated with Dynamic Aviation, Inc. If you’re looking for a challenging job that offers an excellent combination of freedom and responsibility, tractor-trailer driving may be the right choice for you. The demand for well-trained, skilled drivers continues to increase. BRCC can get you on the road to success with commercial driver’s license (CDL) courses. “I really appreciate the flexibility of the program to fit different schedules and the challenge on all levels of learning,” said student Chris Burkholder. BRCC plans to offer distance education classes in aviation maintenance, including applied technical mathematics, aircraft drawing, federal aviation regulations, and basic electricity. Additionally, BRCC offers light sport repairman maintenance training that leads to qualification for an FAA Repairman Certificate with Light Sport Maintenance Airplane rating. “We’ve worked hard to make BRCC a unique aviation experience,” says Fred D. Dyen, associate professor. “Our graduates attend class right at the airport and are exposed to a strict attendance policy that simulates industry working conditions. In fact, one of the advantages, according to employers is that our graduates possess a strong work ethic.” We offer CDL Class A training for 16 college credits; a five-week, 12-credit CDL Class A option; or choose the customized CDL Class A option for training on a parttime, flexible basis. All courses provide the knowledge and skills necessary for employment as licensed Class A commercial tractor trailer drivers, as well as an understanding of transportation’s importance in society, an overview of carrier operations, and knowledge of current business strategies including public policy and transportation regulations. In addition, we offer CDL Class B training in a four-day program, or you can get a Class B license for bus driving in just five days. As a mechanic for the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team, Lynchburg resident Bernard Kocis needed to get his CDL B license training to be able to drive the team’s new 28-foot straight truck. He turned to Blue Ridge Community College for coursework that would fit into his demanding schedule. “BRCC was the only place in Virginia that offered a custom course for a Class B CDL,” said Bernard. “This is very important given my travel schedule and the demands placed on me professionally.” Automotive Analysis and Repair A life-long love of NASCAR and a passion for cars lead Ryan Basile to the automotive technology program at BRCC. While he found the program demanding, and worked full-time while taking classes, Ryan says it was worth the effort. After working for Price Kia in Charlottesville as an automotive technician for six years, Ryan was recently promoted to director of parts and service. “I owe a lot to BRCC and their automotive program. Without them, I know for a fact that I wouldn’t be in the position that I’m in right now. I know I wouldn’t have the knowledge about vehicles and diagnosing them, and although I’m not hands on with the vehicles anymore, I still use this knowledge to help our technicians and our customers,” Ryan explained. Ryan still keeps up with the faculty and staff from the BRCC program, coming back to the College to visit and check out the latest material they’re teaching. “They are professional, motivated, and their knowledge about cars goes beyond my comprehension. It’s been almost 10 years since I graduated and I’m still trying to keep up with those guys,” he stated. “It is always refreshing to have students who ask challenging questions and have a desire to learn technical information that’s not in the textbook, and Ryan was one of those students,” said Tom Mayer, professor of automotive analysis and repair. He continued, “Ryan’s positive attitude along with a strong work ethic made him a great automotive student, and I am sure it has contributed to his career success.” The Automotive Analysis and Repair program at BRCC is Master Certified in all eight Automotive areas by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and has received the Award for Excellence in Post-Secondary Vocational Education from the Motor Vehicle Manufacturers of the U.S. and the American Vocational Association. For more information on the auto program, visit http://community.brcc. edu/auto/ or call (540)453-2267. Contact Information Admissions & Counseling Career Services Houff Student Center 453-2287 213-7002, ext. 2287 943-7002, ext. 2287 www.brcc.edu/admissions/ www.brcc.edu/services/advising/ Bookstore Jenny Harvey Houff 107E 453-2237 213-7002, ext. 2350 943-7002, ext. 2350 www.brcc.edu/services/career/ Cashier 234-8606 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bkstr.com/webapp/wcs/ stores/servlet/StoreCatalogDis play?catalogId=10001&langId=1&demoKey=d&storeId=10701 Houff Student Center Local Exchanges: 453-2296 213-7021 x2296 941-3741 x2296 Email: email@example.com Continuing Education 540/453-2215 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brcc.edu/continuinged Financial Aid Veterans Counselor Catherine A. Mathias (540) 453-2360 Email: email@example.com www.brcc.edu/admissions/veterans/ 453-2241 213-7027 941-3747 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.brcc.edu/financial_aid/ L ibrary Assistant Martha Livick’s three children and her daughter-in-law all graduated from Blue Ridge with transfer degrees. The ease of the financial aid process and the availability of scholarships were deciding factors in the family’s choice. “It was affordable for us to go to Blue Ridge because of the financial aid and scholarships,” Livick says. “It’s so easy. You just fill out one form and they do all the rest. The first two years are just so much less expensive than if you had taken the same general education classes at a fouryear school.” Get something started @BRCC Whatever your interests, we have degree, certificate, or continuing education options to get your higher education journey started. Below is a list of programs and courses we offer—both credit and not-for-credit— categorized by subject area. Take a look... and find YOUR place to start. Agriculture, Food and Natural Resource Going Green In The Valley* Understanding Your Home: Going Green And Saving Green* Veterinary Technology Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Veterinary Technology Distance Education Program Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Veterinary Assisting Award: Career Studies Certificate Architecture and Construction Basic Contractor Business Licensing Course * Building Analyst Quick Start Program (Online; 60 Hours)* Electrical License Renewal Class* Gasfitter License Renewal Class* HVAC License Renewal Class* OSHA* Plumbing License Renewal Class * State Board Of Contractors: Tradesman Continuing Education* Arts, A/V Technology and Communications Art: Introduction to TwoDimensional Art Award: Career Studies Certificate Art: Introduction to ThreeDimensional Art Award: Career Studies Certificate Culinary Arts and Management Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Digital Photography And Image Skills* Fine Arts Award: Fine Arts Certificate Graphic Design Award: Career Studies Certificate Advanced Conversational Spanish Award: Career Studies Certificate Command Spanish ®* Business Management and Administration Administrative Professional Certificate Program (Online)* College/University Transfer, Business Specialization Award: Associate of Arts & Sciences Degree Business Management Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Learn How To Position Your Business As A Responsible Environmental Leader* Management, Administrative Assistant and Business Specialist Specialization Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Management & Supervision Certificate Program (Online)* Basic Office Skills Award: Career Studies Certificate Entrepreneurship Award: Career Studies Certificate Going Green At The Workplace (Online)* Human Resources For Supervisors: Basic Concepts* Human Resources For Supervisors: Advanced Concepts* Leadership and Supervision Award: Career Studies Certificate Quality Improvement Award: Career Studies Certificate Retirement Planning Today®* Education and Training Career Switchers* College/University Transfer, Teacher Education Specialization Award: Associate of Arts & Sciences Degree Sat I Prep* Yoga For All Ages* Finance Accounting Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Income Tax School* Government and Public Administration College/University Transfer Award: Associate of Arts & Sciences Degree Health Science Clinical Medical Assistant* College/University Transfer, Radiographic Technology Award: Associate of Arts & Sciences Degree CPR* American Heart Association’s Basic Life Support (BLS)* Dental Radiation Safety Seminar* Healthcare Providers* Respiratory Therapy Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Medical Coding—Hospital Award: Career Studies Certificate Medical Office Assistant Certificate Program* Medical Records And Privacy * Medical Transcription (Online)* Nursing Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Personal Training Certification* Pharmacy Technician Certification Prep Course—National Human Services Funeral Services Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Gerontology Applications in Law Enforcement Human Services Applications in Corrections Award: Career Studies Certificate Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Information Technology College/University Transfer, Computer Science Specialization Award: Associate of Arts & Sciences Degree Computer and Electronics Technology Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Computer and Electronics Technology, Computer Network Technologies Specialization Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Award: Career Studies Certificate Award: Career Studies Certificate Manufacturing Basics Of Inventory Management* Customer Focused Supply Chain Management (Cfscm) Course* Introduction To Manufacturing Management Certificate Program* Technical Studies, Manufacturing Engineering Technology Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Automation in Manufacturing Engineering Award: Career Studies Certificate Electrical Fundamentals Award: Career Studies Certificate Computer Network Technologies Electrical Control Fundamentals Information Systems Technology Manufacturing Management and Productivity Computer Applications for Professionals Mechanical Maintenance Technology Computer Help Desk Process Technology Award: Career Studies Certificate Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Award: Career Studies Certificate Award: Career Studies Certificate Computer Network Technologies Award: Career Studies Certificate Computer Science Award: Career Studies Certificate E-Commerce for Small Business Award: Career Studies Certificate Information Technology Award: Career Studies Certificate Multimedia Development and Integration Award: Career Studies Certificate Award: Career Studies Certificate Award: Career Studies Certificate Award: Career Studies Certificate Award: Career Studies Certificate Marketing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Mechanical Design Technology Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) Award: Career Studies Certificate Quality Control Award: Career Studies Certificate Web Design and Development Science Getting Acquainted With Technology* Computer Courses For Seniors* Office 2007 & Accounting Programs* Refresher And Specialty Computer Courses* Computer Courses For Personal Enrichment* Internet And Web Design Courses* On-Line Courses For Programming & Network Skills* Science, Engineering Specialization Award: Career Studies Certificate Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security Award: Associate of Science Degree Award: Associate of Science Degree Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Automotive Analysis and Repair Award: Diploma Auto Dealers Prep Course* Aviation Maintenance Technology Award: Associate In Applied Science Degree Airframe Maintenance Award: Certificate Commercial Driving Award: Career Studies Certificate Administration of Justice Commercial Driving School* Light Sport Aircraft Mechanic Administration of Justice, Law Enforcement Specialization Motorcycle Rider Skills Training: 2010* Powerplant Maintenance Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Administration of Justice, Corrections Specialization Award: Associate of Applied Science Degree Award: Career Studies Certificate Award: Certificate * denotes courses that do not earn college credits Non Profit Org Postage & Fees Paid Huntington, IN 46750 Permit #832 P. 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