An associate degree can be received as a precursor to a bachelor’s degree. Also, many students pursue associate degrees to bolster their professional skill sets and obtain employment in fields that require such a degree.
After completing a college degree, a student may wish to pursue a graduate degree. The first level of such study is called a master. Students can earn this title after completing approximately two years of study when taking a full load of credits.
The Wilderness Education program at Lake Tahoe Community College offers academic field courses across the Sierra Nevada. Our courses challenge students to learn not only
The Wilderness Education program at Lake Tahoe Community College offers academic field courses across the Sierra Nevada. Our courses challenge students to learn not only from books but also from the natural landscape. Because learning and living are integrated with the field, our courses provide the opportunity for both intellectual and personal growth. We seek students with a curiosity about the natural world, a willingness to work hard, and the ability to travel and study cooperatively in an outdoor setting.
The Wilderness Education degree or certificate is designed to prepare students to become theoretically and technically competent wilderness specialists who can apply their skills as outdoor leaders to diverse groups and environments in a world with a growing population and finite wilderness resources. The curriculum provides a balanced foundation for all aspects of wilderness education/outdoor recreation. Students will gain basic competencies in outdoor-based activities, wilderness first aid skills, experiential educational theory, group dynamics, leadership theory and skills, and environmental awareness. There is an emphasis on the integration of academic work and technical field skills. The completion of the major is appropriate for students who are outdoor-oriented and who seek individual enrichment and growth....
Students in the SCCC diesel technology program learn mechanical skills to service and repair diesel-powered equipment. Featuring modern and late-model engines, the SCCC d
The diesel technology program at Seward County Community College features modern late-model engines, such as a C-15 Caterpillar and 60 Series Detroit, to train students. Students are required to have a basic set of tools upon entering the program, tool suppliers and a tool fair will be available to assist students in their selection process.
Diesel technology students at SCCC learn:
Leadership skills for management training.
Organizational skills for record keeping and failure analysis.
Mechanical skills to service and repair diesel-powered equipment.
Computer skills to diagnose computer controlled engines, transmissions, and vehicle electrical systems.
Suggested courses and information provided on curriculum pages are not to be used in place of academic advisement from the student's assigned advisor. Students should always visit with an advisor before enrollment to ensure selected options contribute to the overall course of study, academic schedule, and student success....
The digital marketing diploma program begins with an introduction of the digital marketing landscape, gaining a fundamental understanding of its core principles, as well
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
➔ Understand the key concepts of digital, how it has changed customer behavior and the implications for your role and the wider business.➔ Achieve business goals by understanding how to devise, implement and measure digital campaigns that engage and convert. ➔ Understand the importance of digital channels and strategies and know how to use SEO, paid search, content, advertising and email to drive customer engagement.
The Computer Science Program is designed to prepare students for employment in industry or business, with emphasis on the small business computing environment. The progra
About the Program
The Computer Science Program is designed to prepare students for employment in industry or business, with emphasis on the small business computing environment. The program offers four options: Cyber Security/Computer Forensic Technology, Programming, Software Support (Help Desk), and Internet/Networking Technology.
Computer security specialists may plan, coordinate, and implement an organization’s information security. These workers may be called upon to educate users about computer security, install security software, monitor the network for security breaches, respond to cyber attacks, and in some cases, gather data and evidence to be used in prosecuting cybercrime. The responsibilities of computer security specialists have increased in recent years as there has been a large increase in the number of cyber attacks on data and networks....
Snow College continues to offer the Associate of Pre-Engineering (APE) degree to students who plan to transfer to a university and pursue a baccalaureate degree in any of
Snow College continues to offer the Associate of Pre-Engineering (APE) degree to students who plan to transfer to a university and pursue a baccalaureate degree in any of the traditional fields of engineering. This two-year degree requires an emphasis of coursework in engineering, mathematics, and physical science, with fewer general education requirements than the Associate of Science (AS) or the Associate of Arts (AA) degree. It is anticipated that a student will also earn an AS degree while at Snow College, but additional coursework will be needed to complete the balance of general education requirements for that degree.
Students who complete an emphasis in engineering at Snow College will be expected to demonstrate that they have a working knowledge of the theories and principles of physics in the areas of Newtonian mechanics, gravitation, electricity and magnetism, wave motion and physical optics; are acquainted with standard methods of mathematical analysis including trigonometry and analytic geometry, differential and integral calculus, matrices and linear algebra, and the solutions to differential equations; understand the role of chemistry in our physical and biological environment as it pertains to atomic and molecular structure, the laws of thermodynamics and how energy is exchanged between systems; can work effectively in a group to accomplish an objective, and make a significant contribution to its outcome; can combine the knowledge of physics and chemistry, together with the analytical skills of mathematics to find solutions to technical problems that benefit society; can use the computer to store and...
Careers in horticulture are as diverse as the plants we work with! Our programs can teach you to nurture seedlings, grow food, design landscapes, create floral masterpiec
Nurture your future
Careers in horticulture are as diverse as the plants we work with! Our programs can teach you to nurture seedlings, grow food, design landscapes, create floral masterpieces, and construct hardscapes. Students have the option to begin in short-term certificate programs or start with an associate degree and transfer to a four-year institution. The curriculum focuses on hands-on learning to prepare you for your future career.
Landscape and Urban Horticulture focuses on the design and installation of hardscapes and plant material to create beautiful outdoor spaces for commercial and residential projects. The program develops students' landscape construction skills alongside plant cultivation and maintenance skills. Learn more about career options....
The undergraduate engineering management program is a 120 semester credit hours program comprised of a two-year, lower-level Associate of Science in Engineering Managemen
The undergraduate engineering management program is a 120 semester credit hours program comprised of a two-year, lower-level Associate of Science in Engineering Management (ASEM) and a follow-on two-year, upper-level Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management (BSEM).
The ASEM requires the successful completion of 60 semester credit hours of instruction at the lower level (freshman and sophomore years). The ASEM places a strong emphasis on general education courses as well as core courses that will provide a solid foundation for entry to the BSEM program.
ASEM Program Objectives
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
The Associate of Science degree, with an emphasis in
Forestry, provides students with an introduction to the
technical and scientific knowledge related to the field
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE FORESTRY EMPHASIS
The Associate of Science degree, with an emphasis in Forestry, provides students with an introduction to the technical and scientific knowledge related to the field of forestry and forest management. This set of classes satisfies the requirements for an Associate of Science degree and also meets the lower division requirements at Oregon State University (OSU) for a Bachelor of Science degree in Forestry. There is a signed articulation agreement with the Forestry Department at Oregon State University that allows students that complete this AS degree and two additional courses to enter OSU as a junior in the Forestry program. Beyond the AS degree requirements, students will need to take the Forest Biology course (FOR 240) from OSU which can be done online. In addition, students will need to take a Physics course which is not calculus based. Currently, SWOCC does not offer that course. The forestry field is projected to have many career opportunities coming up in the next decade as many forestry and natural resources professionals retire in the next few years. If you enjoy working outdoors and want to have a career that focuses on managing our valuable forest lands to conserve and protect resources as well as produce valuable products for society, this is an excellent time to consider this degree. ...
Biotechnology technologists specialize in laboratory work in the various fields of chemistry and biology.
Pathway of Specialization in Biotechnologies
Biotechnology technologists specialize in laboratory work in the various fields of chemistry and biology.
Their laboratory training allows them to acquire handling techniques with specialized devices found in workplaces related to biotechnology. Technologists are trained to work in a variety of fields. What interests them the most is the living organisms . They handle microorganisms , grow bacteria , clone cells and sequenced DNA . They can participate in the development of products and technologies in agriculture, food, pharmaceuticals and the environment.
What do we learn?Advanced principles in analytical and instrumental chemistryHow to take samples, analyze them and produce reportsThe use of sophisticated analysis instrumentsIdentification, manipulation and modification of microorganismsHow to read DNA and perform testsHow to grow cells and tissuesHow to cloneIs this program right for you?Biology fascinates you and chemistry interests you.You like learning by the concrete.You are fascinated by laboratory work.You want to use sophisticated instruments.You have interest in new technologies.You have a good sense of responsibility and observation.You are methodical and meticulous."Laboratory experimentation is at the heart of training"Why choose Lévis-Lauzon?The only CEGEP in Eastern Quebec to offer a college education in biotechnology.Laboratories at the cutting edge of technology and arranged according to standards found in the biotechnology and chemical industry.Training focused on practical work.Professors highly qualified for their professional experience and research work.Education focused on the reality of the job market.Practical internships in companies with the possibility of international internships of 8 weeks (France, Belgium, United States and Mexico) .Opportunity to do the...
Engineers apply the principles of physics and mathematics to design, develop, implement, and maintain structures and systems. Students in this program explore engineering
Engineers apply the principles of physics and mathematics to design, develop, implement, and maintain structures and systems. Students in this program explore engineering theory and gain project-based laboratory experience. Upon completion, you’ll be ready to pursue any type of engineering degree at a four-year institution.
Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians
Civil Engineering Technicians
Industrial Engineering Technicians
Industrial Safety and Health Engineers
Manufacturing Engineering Technologists
Product Safety Engineers
Solar Energy Systems Engineers
The vision of the Communication Department is to supply a full range of preparatory, life enrichment, certificate and degree tracks for the native and non-native, transfe
Associate of Arts for Transfer: Communication Studies (30558)
The Associate in Arts in Communication Studies for Transfer degree provides training to build and maintain personal and professional relationships through effective communication. Completion of the transfer degree in Communication prepares students to:
Communicate with clarity and accuracy in diverse environments
Act with an awareness of self amongst local and global communities
Think critically, creatively and reflectively
Learn about the self in professional and interpersonal relationships
Successful completion of the transfer degree in Communication guarantees the student acceptance to the California State University system to pursue a baccalaureate degree, in the field of business, industry, government, social service, and/or education in such areas as teaching, public speaking, consulting, law, announcing, and public relations....
Information technology careers are quickly growing, and you don’t want to miss the opportunity to earn your online Computer Information Systems – Networking degree from B
Information technology careers are quickly growing, and you don’t want to miss the opportunity to earn your online Computer Information Systems – Networking degree from Bryan University. With an associate of information technology degree from Bryan University, you can learn what you need to know to advance professionally and create a solid training foundation for your future IT career.
An on-campus or online Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Systems-Networking from Bryan University will give you a wide range of skills you need to succeed. With IT courses from network scripting to information technology management, you’ll be prepared to find the path that’s right for you — and get right to work. Our instructors have the first-hand experience and offer valuable insight and practical strategies designed to help you succeed....
Covers the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling of all materials, resources, and information involved in the sourcing, processing, and distributing of products
Covers the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling of all materials, resources, and information involved in the sourcing, processing, and distributing of products that add value to the wholesale or retail consumer. Focuses on global coordination and collaboration with partners, suppliers, intermediaries, and third-party logistics providers to meet or exceed the ever-changing needs of the customer.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:
Define supply chain management (SCM) and demonstrate knowledge in order to think critically and be able to evaluate and design SCM strategies necessary to support the firm’s global strategic decisions.
Assess purchasing strategies and procedures, selection of suppliers, outsourcing, and negotiation strategies, price and cost analysis.
Evaluate the managerial dimensions of operations management which include the design, supply, production, and delivery of goods and services to customers.
Summarize the five modes of transportation comparing their operating and service characteristics, cost structure, and current challenges.
Develop the knowledge necessary to become a 21st-century front line worker in supply chain management and logistics.
Pass two nationally recognized certifications issued by the Manufactures Skill Standards Council (MSSC) - the Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) and Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) certifications.
Customer Service Manager
International Logistics Manager
Inventory Control Manager
Logistics Services Salesperson
Logistics Software Manager
Supply Chain Analyst
Supply Chain Consultant
Supply Chain Manager
Systems Support Manager
Vendor Managed Inventory Coordinator
Warehouse Operations Manager
Marketing is exciting, dynamic and essential to the success of every business. In today’s fast-paced organizations, marketing is everyone’s responsibility. As a Marketing
Marketing is exciting, dynamic and essential to the success of every business. In today’s fast-paced organizations, marketing is everyone’s responsibility. As a Marketing graduate, you have the tools and experiences you need to develop and execute marketing plans, participate in teams, utilize information technology, integrate social media strategies, create presentations, close sales, and develop leadership skills. Marketing roles are available in every type of organization -- manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer, service provider or non-profit. Some of the many career opportunities may include customer service representative, account manager, event marketing specialist, market researcher, social media coordinator, sales executive, and promotions coordinator....
Psychology courses at Irvine Valley College provide academic instruction in basic psychological concepts, theories, terminology and research methods, and promote students
Psychology courses at Irvine Valley College provide academic instruction in basic psychological concepts, theories, terminology and research methods, and promote students life skills, personal growth, and interpersonal effectiveness. Psi Beta - Psychology student honor society Psi Beta is the National Honor Society in Psychology for community college students. Irvine Valley College has an active chapter. Students take part in professional psychology conferences, service projects, field trips and social events. They also explore careers in psychology and learn about B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. programs. To qualify for membership in Psi Beta, students must have completed at least one college psychology course with a grade of "B" or higher, have completed 12-semester units and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0. After paying a one-time only fee, membership is for life....