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.
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....
If you are a creative person who likes to express yourself artistically, a degree in art could lead to the perfect career for you. In this program, you’ll grow your passi
About the Program
If you are a creative person who likes to express yourself artistically, a degree in art could lead to the perfect career for you.
In this program, you’ll grow your passion and appreciation for art, while completing the foundational courses required to transfer to a four-year university, college or art school. You’ll develop your artistic skills and techniques through faculty instruction and hands-on studio work in ceramics, drawing, painting, printmaking or sculpture.
Whether you want to become a professional artist, an art teacher, an art curator or an art administrator, earning a fine arts degree can help you transform your artistic talent into a career....
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 Pre-Engineering Program is designed for students who wish to prepare for a career in Engineering.
AWARD OFFERED Associate in Science Degree - General Studies
The Pre-Engineering Program is designed for students who wish to prepare for a career in Engineering. Interested students should discuss their educational and career goals with an engineering advisor as early as possible before entering coursework to ensure proper course selection. Students must follow standard admission procedures of the College.
Students will increase their knowledge of math and science so that they have a basic yet broad knowledge base which will complement their engineering studies upon transfer. Students should be able to successfully navigate paths of Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, or other Engineering fields....
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...
Industrial maintenance technologists have only one goal: that the equipment works at its best. They work upstream, that is to say that they intervene to prevent problems
Industrial maintenance technologists have only one goal: that the equipment works at its best. They work upstream, that is to say they intervene to prevent problems by setting up maintenance and control guides, they help to train other employees, they are valuable assets during the training. design and installation of equipment and are always looking for opportunities to improve material performance .
Of course, they can also provide diagnostics for breaks or breakdowns because they are extremely versatile , but after that they will be sure to provide advice and improvement strategies. And their versatility has no limit: hydraulic, pneumatic, lubrication, automation, mechanics, electricity, computers, robotics ... nothing is to their test!...
The ABA offers courses for students who are high school graduates or possess a GED. The ABA requires 60 credit hours of instruction at the lower level (freshman and sopho
The ABA offers courses for students who are high school graduates or possess a GED. The ABA requires 60 credit hours of instruction at the lower level (freshman and sophomore years).
The ABA places a strong emphasis on general education courses that will provide a foundation for entry to the Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) program. General education courses are designed to broaden a student’s educational foundation. They include courses in such areas as communications, English, government, history, psychology, sociology, mathematics, and statistics.
Applicants to the ABA program must have a high school diploma or GED. Applicants to the ABA program who have prior education at an appropriately accredited institution may transfer a maximum of 45 credit hours towards the ABA requirements....
Parkland College Art & Design courses are designed to enhance your skills, build your portfolio, and develop the fundamentals needed to successfully transfer to a fou
Parkland College Art & Design courses are designed to enhance your skills, build your portfolio, and develop the fundamentals needed to successfully transfer to a four-year college or university.Parkland's Art & Design faculty are working artists who have the experience and skills necessary to provide a strong foundation for students planning to transfer and pursue a bachelor's degree. Not looking to transfer? That's okay, our dedicated faculty can help you make the most of your talent and achieve your dream.
Why study Art?
Careers in Fine and Applied Art fields include opportunities to work as entrepreneurs or to work in for-profit and not-for-profit industries.
Our programs prepare you for jobs organizing, managing and promoting, producing, directing, teaching or using creative and technical skills. Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics to view the annual average salaries for the visual arts industry. ...
With technology impacting nearly every aspect of our lives, it’s not surprising that computer and information technology occupations are one of Texas’s fastest-growing jo
Build a Future in Fields That Build the Future
With technology impacting nearly every aspect of our lives, it’s not surprising that computer and information technology occupations are one of Texas’s fastest-growing job sectors. Austin Community College’s Computer Science and Information Technology Area of Study gets you ready to compete for exciting, high-paying careers in nearly any segment of the industry. Develop games. Secure networks. Whatever you dream of doing in tech, do it first at ACC.
Computer Information Technology
The App ACCelerator: Austin Can Code
Continuing Education Programs
Apple SWIFT Coding
Certified Cisco Network Associate
Certified Cisco Network Protocol Track Professional
MCSA SQL Server 2012
MCSE Data Platform
Oracle Certified Professional Database Administrator
Oracle Certified Professional PL/SQL
PC Technician / CompTIA
Accelerated Programmer Training
Career ACCelerator: LAN Administrator
Information Technology Institute
Women in IT
Highlights in this Area of Study
Women in IT - A program for women to get training and support to enter the IT field.
IT Career ACCelerator - Low income? Get financial aid and other help to become an IT worker.
Accelerated Programmer Training - Take the IT fast track and receive college credit for your experience.
Information Technology Institute - Learn LAN administration in a 1-year program focused on your success.
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This program requires a minimum of 64 credit hours and offers the foundation courses required in the first two years of a music degree. Students interested in transferrin
A.F.A. Degree Art, Music & Theatre Transfer
Students can complete their first two years of study at Moraine Valley for virtually any bachelor’s degree program at a four-year college or university. Each of the Moraine Valley’s associate degrees—Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), Associate in General Studies (A.G.S.), and Associate in Fine Arts (A.F.A.)—are a combination of core general education courses and major-specific electives. For a successful transfer, students must consider which four-year college or university they wish to attend and will need to select coursework carefully. Moraine Valley academic advisors are available to help students develop an individual educational plan....
Are you passionate about music? Do you have a strong desire to learn about the professional side of the music industry? With our online degree program, you’ll learn how t
Are you passionate about music? Do you have a strong desire to learn about the professional side of the music industry? With our online degree program, you’ll learn how to produce and compose your own music and what it takes to get your songs heard.
The Music Production Associate of Science degree program is a 60 semester credit hour degree program that is delivered 100% online through our unique Learning Management System (LMS)—a secure web-based platform that employs modern multimedia technologies and is accessible 24 hours a day via the Internet. Online students use this system to view video content, receive and submit project work and assignments, take tests and quizzes, communicate with instructors and classmates, and review grades and course progress. Our online learning environment utilizes a combination of interactive and web-based media to create a variety of instructional materials in support of dynamic, self-directed, and collaborative learning activities. These activities can provide students with a more diverse range of learning options and promote more meaningful collaboration between students and instructors....
Business Administration provides students with courses to learn how to plan, organize, direct, control, and coordinate the operations of an organization and its major dep
Business Administration provides students with courses to learn how to plan, organize, direct, control, and coordinate the operations of an organization and its major departments.
The business administration program at SCCC prepares students for a variety of jobs and internships in the business sector and fully equips them to continue their education at a four-year institution in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Management, Marketing, International Business, Hotel/Restaurant Management, and many more.
The associate degree in business administration enables students to move into a curriculum at a four-year institution leading to a baccalaureate degree. Career opportunit
Associate in Science Business Administration for Transfer (31365)
The Associate in Science in Business Administration for Transfer degree provides students with a comprehensive business education in the principles and practices of all phases of business. A student graduating with an Associate in Science in Business for Transfer may transfer to a four-year institution to complete a Bachelor’s Degree. Successful completion of the transfer degree in business administration guarantees the student acceptance to the California State University system to pursue a baccalaureate degree in the field of business, industry or government.
Sociology explores the patterns in human behavior and tries to make sense out of the many forces in society that shape individual lives. Courses in sociology provide the
Sociology explores the patterns in human behavior and tries to make sense out of the many forces in society that shape individual lives. Courses in sociology provide the tools and intellectual frameworks students can use to better understand the society in which they live.
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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. ...