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Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.)

The Air Traffic Control Terminal, Associate in Applied Science degree will prepare students for entry level employment as an Air Traffic Controller. The design of the program affords students the opportunity to learn the prerequisite concepts and techniques required to be a professional Air Traffic Controller. The program delivers both practical and conceptual knowledge through the use of course work and learning activities while incorporating hands-on learning and extensive use of simulation, reading, writing, problem solving and listening exercises.

Designed for students who wish to enter careers in management, real estate, sales, marketing, accounting and computer information systems upon completion of their degree, this course of study emphasizes those skills necessary for success in entry-level supervision and management positions.

The Computer Applications degree option serves students who seek jobs that require application software skills. These students are not interested in transferring to a four-year college. Emphasis is placed on popular software used in many organizations such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentations. The option provides preparation in using information technology for problem solving, information retrieval and other business functions. Students can obtain skills required for the Microsoft Office User Specialist certifications.

Many students are not interested in transferability, but rather mobility into the job market, with the career goal of a programmer. This degree strongly emphasizes programming and includes Java, C++ and Visual Basic. These are languages routinely used by computer programmers. Students will be well prepared for entry-level positions in programming or computer operations.

This degree serves students who seek a career in computer systems support, but are not interested in programming or transferring to a baccalaureate program. Strong emphasis is given to supporting computer hardware, software, security, and networks. Upon successful completion of the program, employment opportunities may include computer server administrator, help desk technician, and computer support professional.

This program offers training for culinary and food and beverage personnel for careers in the growing food service and hospitality industries. Students learn different styles and techniques for ordering, preparing and serving food, planning menus, incorporating computer technology, as well as working with an assortment of modern tools and equipment. Nearly 75% of the study will be hands-on experience, under the supervision of the faculty in the Academy's fully-equipped modern facility.

Many students are not interested in transferability, but rather mobility into the job market with the career goal of a database designer, developer or administrator. This degree strongly emphasizes business and database programming and design techniques and includes Oracle SQL and Oracle design concepts. Students will be prepared for entry level positions in database operations.

Designed to provide the skills needed to manage a restaurant or food service outlet, this degree puts graduates on the track to manage food service operations, such as those in hospitals, corporate cafeterias, upscale fast food operations and chain restaurants. This can also be taken as a dual degree with Culinary Arts.

The hospitality industry is the number one employer in Atlantic County. This degree, coupled with experience prepares students for management careers in hospitality including hotels, restaurants, casinos, and other hospitality and tourism related businesses. In addition to hotel management courses, students are exposed to a variety of courses in business administration, which enable them to make appropriate business decisions. In their final semester, students are required to complete a mandatory 135-hour internship in a hospitality-related business.

This degree serves students who seek a career in media production. Strong emphasis is given to the planning and production of various types of digital media such as: audio, video, graphics, Web pages, Web sites, and photographs, while building a strong foundation in reading and writing. Students will explore a variety of career choices including radio, television, and Web and graphic design. Upon graduation, employment opportunities may include production assistant, Webmaster, and creative services positions at various media outlets including newspapers, magazines, and radio and television stations.

This program prepares students for first-level positions as Registered Nurses by providing curriculum composed of theoretical and clinical study. The theoretical component is comprised of general education and nursing courses. The clinical component, within the nursing courses, affords the student the opportunity to practice giving direct nursing care to clients in acute, long-term, and community health care agencies under the guidance of qualified nursing faculty. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates receive an Associate in Applied Science degree and have the educational requirements necessary to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for RN Licensure.

Skilled office personnel are vital to the smooth, efficient running of a business. Without them, corporations, government and thousands of public and private organizations would come to a standstill. Busy executives rely on office professionals to manage their offices.

Administrative office careers offer a variety of exciting opportunities. A graduate can become an administrative professional in the fields of medicine, education, the legal and/or hospitality industry, as well as specializing in bilingual, multimedia and/or record and information management. This degree may be earned full- or part-time. Specialist series certificates can be acquired while completing this degree program.

Note: This program is discontinuing as of Fall 2019

The Paralegal Studies program offers the student a wide range of courses that provide legal training so the student can assume paralegal responsibilities under the supervision of an attorney. The program provides General Education courses and paralegal introductory courses, as well as courses giving specific skills in various areas, including, but not limited to, legal research and writing, fact investigation, client contact, document preparation, litigation preparation including tools of discovery, computer literacy, real estate transactions, family law issues, torts and personal injury issues and ethics. The A.A.S. degree is designed to meet both the professional and educational needs of the student, and is suggested for those who desire to enter the paralegal profession upon earning their degree.

Radiologic Technology is a cooperative program designed with the Shore Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology (SMCSRT).  The program meets the needs of those students desiring certification and employment in the community as a Radiologic Technologist.  The American Registry for Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) require students on this career path to have a minimum of an associate degree from an accredited institution for eligibility to take the ARRT certification examination.

This program prepares students for a career as a small-unmanned aircraft systems technician. Upon successful completion of the program students will demonstrate basic proficiency in the area of small UAS (commonly known as drones) operations, general maintenance and repair, the use of a small UAS for the collection of and pre and post-processing of aerial images and videos, and geospatial data collection.

This program is for students who need an individualized academic program s  that awards college credit for nontraditional forms of learning.  It is designed to give students an accelerated route to an associate’s degree by earning credit for work experience, industry credentials, non-collegiate instruction and examination scores.

Associate in Arts (A.A.)

The Communication degree helps prepare students to work in the communication industry or to successfully transfer to four-year schools. The program provides opportunities to learn about careers within communication including television, radio, film, public relations, recordings, magazines, publishing, advertising, newspapers, and new media. Courses in the program are taught from a real-world perspective and emphasize the development of strong writing skills, one of the most important ingredients to success in the communication field.  Students choose a specialization within the Communication degree following one of three tracks: Creative Writing, Journalism/Public Relations, or Radio/Television/Film.

This option prepares students to work with children from birth to 3 years old in child care centers, nursery schools and social service agencies.

It provides the student with approved academic training for group teacher positions in state-licensed child care facilities. With the addition of one year's work experience, some of which can be completed through field placements, the student receives recognition by the state as a group teacher. The option also provides a foundation of courses suitable for students interested in certification at a bachelor's degree level.

This option is designed as a transfer program for students interested in Elementary (K-5), Middle School (6-8) and Secondary (9-12) Certification. The K-12 Education Option maximizes transfer of credits and academic status to a professional teacher education program. However, the transfer requirements of the four-year college must be satisfied for admittance into that college and its teacher certification program.

This degree prepares students to work with children in early childhood centers and social service agencies. It provides the student with approved academic training for group teacher positions in state-licensed child care facilities. The degree also provides a foundation of courses suitable for students interested in certification in early childhood education at a bachelor’s degree level.

This option is designed as a transfer program for students interested in Secondary Education Certification (Grades 9-12).   The Secondary Education Option maximizes transfer of credits and academic status to a professional teacher education program. However, the transfer requirements of the four-year college must be satisfied for admittance into that college and its teacher certification program. To gain certification in New Jersey, students must complete a Coordinate Major and a professional sequence of courses in education.

This degree prepares students for transfer to four-year college or university Students are strongly advised to discuss the electives with an advisor. All students shall determine the requirements of the transfer institutions they prefer to attend. Students should also check njtransfer.org for transferability of courses. The degree may be completed part-time or full-time and may be completed during daytime or evening hours or online. Students not immediately preparing to continue degree work find employment in government, human services and business.

The Performing Arts option serves as a platform for students interested in transferring to four-year institutions in a performing arts area. The option fulfills General Education requirements and provides a foundation in the basic courses associated with the discipline. This option includes a broad-based exposure to many of the disciplines in the area of performing arts and consists primarily of entry-level or introductory courses. The student would specialize at the senior institution level.

The Psychology degree offers a scientific framework for understanding the how and why of human behavior. Understanding the thinking, actions and motives of self and others has direct vocational use in many career areas, such as education, social work and allied health. Knowledge of psychology is required in many professional and paraprofessional fields.

Note: This program is discontinuing as of Fall 2019

Designed to help students explore the various disciplines before selecting a specific career area, this option can lead to a baccalaureate degree in psychology, sociology, social work, economics, law or other fields related to the study of social institutions. Although jobs in the social sciences are available for those with a bachelor's degree, many positions require a master's degree. An Associates in Arts degree in social science can lead to work in law, social work, education, business, government, psychology or almost any non-technical field. This option can be earned part-time.

The Sociology option prepares students to pursue a degree in sociology or a related field. Careers open to sociology graduates include the fields of education, social services, urban affairs, urban planning, criminology and the law. Some of these careers require a master's degree. This program can be earned part-time and can lead to a baccalaureate degree at four-year institutions.

The Studio Arts degree emphasizes the exploration of the various modes of fine and digital art, with special attention placed upon the development of a portfolio and it prepares the student for transfer to a four-year institution or art school. This degree can lead to a baccalaureate in fine arts or art education. Careers in fine arts studio practices, graphic design, education and various related fields can be pursued with this study.

Associate in Fine Arts (A.F.A.)

The Fine Arts degree provides students who may not be interested in transferring to a baccalaureate program, with a solid foundation in the visual arts. Strong emphasis is given to the development of artistic skills and production of various types of 2 and 3 dimensional, digital and traditional fine art, while building a strong foundation in art history, reading, and writing. Students will explore a variety of fine arts production methods and studio techniques. Upon graduation, students will have developed a portfolio and the skills to display at the professional level; this may lead them to exhibition opportunities or to an entry-level position in the field of art.

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Associate in Science (A.S.)

The Aviation Studies Associate in Science is focused on providing students with the first two years of a baccalaureate degree in areas of study such as airport management, aviation business administration, professional pilot, air traffic control and air transportation management. The program is designed with a substantial prescription of both general education electives and program courses so students may tailor their coursework to meet their transfer goals.

This degree can lead to a baccalaureate degree in biology at accredited colleges and universities.  It is appropriate for students interested in pre-professional programs, such as, biology, ecology, pharmacy, chiropractics, medical, dental, mortuary science, horticulture, veterinary and education.  It may also apply to technician-level job opportunities when two years of academic preparation in biology are required.  Electives should be selected based on the student’s interest, the requirements of the transfer institution or technical-level vocation opportunities.  It is strongly recommended that students entering the program have a minimum of one year of high school biology, chemistry and mathematics at an advanced level.  Some courses require prerequisites; check course descriptions.

This degree is designed for students who wish to transfer to an accredited college or university to complete a Bachelor of Science degree, and eventually a master's and/or a doctorate degree, in fields such as human medicine, veterinary medicine, chiropractic, physician assistant, dentistry, physical therapy, occupational therapy, podiatry, optometry, medical technology, or pharmacy.  It is strongly recommended that students entering the program have at least one year of high school biology, chemistry, and mathematics at an advanced level.

Designed for students who wish to transfer to a four-year institution, this degree offers a broad introduction to business administration and provides the background necessary to move into baccalaureate majors in fields such as accounting, management, economics and computer information systems.

This degree can lead to a baccalaureate degree in chemistry at accredited colleges or universities. With the addition of biology courses, and some modifications, it is also appropriate for those interested in pharmacy, medicine, dentistry, environmental science, and chemical engineering.  Electives should be selected based on the student’s interest, the requirements of the transfer institution, or technical-level vocation opportunities. Basic Skills requirements must be met before entry into the program. Some courses require prerequisites; check course descriptions.

This program emphasizes the business applications of the computer. Graduates will have the theoretical, conceptual and practical background to use computers in business settings. Designed to facilitate transfer to Bachelor of Science programs, it provides a liberal arts or General Education base, which enables students to have career mobility and/or to continue study beyond an associate degree.

The Criminal Justice curriculum is dedicated to provide the theoretical, practical and professional knowledge needed in today's environment to be successful in the fields of policing, corrections, courts, probation, parole, private security and related service careers. Emphasis is placed on preparing the student for the professional workplace or continued studies in a four-year institution. The curriculum is designed to provide the student with expert instruction on the most current trends, policies and practices in the field.

The Engineering, A.S. is focused on providing students with the first two years of a baccalaureate degree in engineering. The program is designed to educate students to meet the challenge of engineering in an ever-changing world and to foster understanding of universal topics in engineering. At the baccalaureate degree level, students can choose to specialize in one of the following engineering disciplines:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

This degree can lead to a baccalaureate degree in environmental science or environmental studies at accredited colleges or universities. In consultation with an academic advisor; electives should be selected based on the student’s interest, the requirements of the transfer institution or technician-level vocation opportunities. Basic Skills requirements must be met before entry into the program.

Designed for students who are undecided about a career and who wish to explore different fields, this program can lead to various baccalaureate degrees. Nearly three-quarters of the required courses are traditional liberal arts and easily transfer to four-year institutions. The remaining courses can be in any subject area, but students should be aware that courses in specific career areas may not easily transfer.

This program is an option to the Computer Information Systems, Associate in Science degree and presents an introductory sequence of courses in geographic information systems. It emphasizes the business applications of geographic information systems along with the application of geospatial technology to an expansive range of issues including route planning, remote sensing, mapmaking, land-use and data collection.

The Health Science degree offers a variety of opportunities for the student interested in a healthcare career. The program offers the courses that meet the prerequisites for the Nursing A.A.S. and Radiology A.A.S. degrees. It also lays the foundation coursework for students who wish to transfer to a baccalaureate degree in a healthcare specialty such as Health Administration, Public Health, and post-RN nursing degrees. Since there are different academic and career options available in this program, it is strongly recommended that the student seek advisement.

An overview of the social service field, this degree presents the theoretical approaches to the development of human services and helps students explore careers in the social welfare system. Beginning skills are taught in some courses. Social work education can begin at the Associate in Science level and may advance through a baccalaureate program, a master's degree and a doctorate in Social Work and/or a related fields. Rewarding career possibilities exist at all levels. Jobs are available in family services, aging, health and mental health, addictions, disabilities and numerous other areas. This degree may be earned part-time.

This degree is designed for students who wish to major in mathematics and plan to transfer to four-year institutions. It is appropriate for students interested in engineering, physics or other physical sciences.

The Professional Helicopter Pilot option is designed to provide students with the necessary aeronautical skills and knowledge to earn a commercial pilot certificate with a rotorcraft category and a helicopter class rating. Emphasis is placed on aeronautical decision-making, flight safety, and effective flying techniques. Upon successful completion of this program students will be prepared to gain entry-level employment as a commercial helicopter pilot and/or continue their education by transferring to a baccalaureate program.

This option prepares students for a Federal Aviation Administration license as a commercial pilot with an instrument rating, and for possible transfer to a baccalaureate program.  Before enrolling in this program, students must meet the physical and legal requirements for becoming a commercial pilot. Students are required to have proof of U.S. citizenship or TSA approval and have a valid second-class medical certificate to enroll in this program. An additional application is required for admission to this program.

This degree provides students with a foundation in general education and provides a concentration of course work focused on the knowledge and practical skills needed to support the recovery of persons with psychosocial disabilities, particularly addictive disorders.  Beginning skills are taught in some courses. Psychosocial rehabilitation and addictions counseling can begin at the Associate in Science level and may advance through a baccalaureate program, a master’s degree and a doctorate in related fields. Rewarding career possibilities exist at all levels. Jobs are available in psychiatric rehabilitation, community mental health settings, addiction treatment facilities and numerous other areas. This degree may be earned part-time.

The Business Administration Certificate Program provides students with an opportunity to learn and develop skills that will help them find immediate employment in entry-level supervision and supervisory positions.  This Certificate is also intended for students who plan to continue with their Associate degree or transfer to 4-year institutions.

This certificate is a joint effort between the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) and New Jersey’s community colleges for a career ladder certificate program. It is designed for Educational Support Services (ESP) personnel and secretarial/clerical office personnel who wish to obtain a college certificate and/or pursue a degree.

The Criminal Justice Certificate provides students with the basics of the United States criminal justice system including juvenile crime, criminal behavior and policing.  Students can enroll in the certificate by itself or along with the associate degree in Criminal Justice. A certificate in criminal justice, as a supplement to another degree program, can set students apart from others who are seeking employment in the criminal justice field. For individuals already working in criminal justice, this certificate is an effective way to establish credentials. Completing this program also provides many benefits for students who work in other fields.

This two-semester certificate in Culinary Arts is designed to provide students with career training for entry-level positions in the culinary industry. The Certificate can also be used as a foundation for completing the Culinary Arts, A.A.S. degree at the Academy of Culinary Arts.

The Flight Instructor Certificate provides students with an opportunity to obtain the knowledge, expertise, and aeronautical proficiency necessary to meet the requirements for a commercial rating with an airplane or a helicopter category and a single-engine land class rating, and a flight instructor certificate with an airplane category rating and single-engine class rating.

The Hospitality Management Certificate program provides students with an opportunity to learn the essentials of Hospitality Management. This Certificate provides an opportunity for individuals transitioning to a hospitality related profession, current hospitality employees desiring upward mobility opportunities and students wishing to pursue an advanced degree to earn an industry recognized credential in a shorter period of time. Students in the Certificate program can choose to complete a hospitality internship as part of their elective coursework.

This certificate is a collaborative effort between the New Jersey departments of Human Services (DHS) and Children and Families (DCF), the New Jersey Community College Consortium for Workforce and Economic Development (NJCCCWED) and New Jersey community colleges for a career ladder certificate program. It is designed exclusively for DHS and DCF clerical and support staff who have completed the career ladders program and wish to obtain a college certificate and/or pursue a degree in human services.

This program prepares students for a career as a small unmanned aircraft systems technician. Upon successful completion of the program students will demonstrate basic proficiency in the area of sUAS (drone) operations, general maintenance and repair, the use of a sUAS for the collection of and pre and post-processing of aerial images and videos, and geospatial data collection.

The Addiction Counseling Specialist series is designed for those interested in a career as substance abuse counselors or those in other human service fields seeking more knowledge about working with chemically-dependent persons. The series consists of a general helping skills course along with five addiction counseling-specific courses. The courses follow the domain topics as prescribed by the Addiction Professional Certification Board of New Jersey, Inc. and can be used toward completion of the requirements for a CADC (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor).

This nine-course series is designed to provide an opportunity for non degree-seeking students to learn and develop expertise in the field of baking and pastry. Students are required to take the Placement Test to enroll in these courses. A 2.0 grade point average is required to earn a letter of recognition and to articulate into the diploma/degree program.

This series is designed for the person who is transitioning into a supervisory position and does not have a business degree. The selected courses familiarize the student with common business terminology, fundamental business concepts and current business issues and trends. These courses will prepare the student for leadership opportunities within the business world. All courses in the series are offered in traditional and online delivery.

The Catering Specialization is designed for students who would like to upgrade their skills or enter the field of catering. Students are required to take the Placement Test to enroll in these courses.

This series prepares students for a Federal Aviation Administration license as a commercial pilot with an instrument rating. Before enrolling in this program, students must meet the physical and legal requirements for becoming a commercial pilot. Students are required to have proof of U.S. citizenship or TSA approval and have a valid second-class medical certificate to enroll in this series.  A second application is required for admission.

This series is designed for the working person who needs to develop the skills needed in the areas of criminal justice, ethics, network security and cyber crime investigations. Learners should complete this series if they are working in computer security, law enforcement, criminal justice, data recovery, computer repair or a business that has a need to set employee policy for computer use in the workplace.

The Computerized Accounting Specialist Series is designed for students who are interested in acquiring a concentrated core of entry-level accounting courses with a mixture of computerized accounting. Students apply accounting skills using spreadsheets and a computerized accounting software package.

The Computer Security Specialist is a two-semester series designed for students to gain computer skills with a focus on computer security. Included are selection of hardware and software, computer applications and introductory programming. The series is designed to prepare students for the CompTIA Security+ industry certification exam. Credits earned may be applied to the Computer Security Certificate and the Computer Systems Support, A.A.S. degree.

The Computer Technician Specialist is a two-semester series designed for students who are interested in acquiring concentrated core knowledge and a practical set of skills including computer hardware and software, network, and network security for employment or advancement in a variety of computer system support fields. Students will be eligible and required to sit for industry certification exams such as CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, and CompTIA Security +.  Also, courses completed in this professional series fulfill five out of the twelve core program courses in the Computer Systems Support, A.A.S. degree.

This series is designed for the small business owner or prospective owner and prepares them to do the basic accounting, management and marketing tasks required for business success.

This series is designed for the person who is interested in gaining the basic skills of studio art practices. The selected courses familiarize the student with common fundamental 2 and 3 dimensional fine arts applications.

The Food Service Management Specialization is designed for students who are seeking entry into food service management positions. The series provides a foundation in food service management while focusing on basic food preparation, management and business practices. Included is the ServSafe certificate course from the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation.

This series provides students with an opportunity to learn and develop expertise in small business applications documents for a student interested in starting a small business.  The Geographic Information Systems Office Specialist may be completed in a year, however, a student may begin and end the series at his/her own pace.

The Help Desk Specialist Professional series prepares students for computer technical support. Upon completing the series, they will be qualified to assist customers, troubleshoot hardware and software problems and document solutions. Utilizing knowledge and skills from the series, students will be able to educate users in resolving computer difficulties.

The Hot Food Specialization is designed for students who would like to upgrade their skills or concentrate on the fundamentals of advanced hot food preparation.

The Human Resources Professional series is designed to provide students with the knowledge needed for entry-level human resources and/or supervisory positions. Students are provided with a foundation of management functions and practices, including human resources, ethics, and employment law.

The Media Production Specialist Series provides students with the opportunity to learn and develop expertise in the planning and production of audio and video. Students will utilize industry standard tools for recording, editing and packaging audio and video for a variety of delivery methods. Students will also gain insight into how media impacts our daily lives.

The Microsoft Office Specialist Professional Series is designed for individuals who are seeking to gain personal computer knowledge and skills with an emphasis on the Microsoft Office applications.

The Office Professional Specialist is a two-semester series designed for individuals who are seeking a career as an office professional or who need skills to assist them in efficiently managing their own business.

The Oracle Database Design and Programming and GIS Specialist Professional Series provides students with the knowledge needed for one of the fastest growing industries of our time. Students will learn to design and program using a live Oracle server with curriculum provided by the Oracle Corporation. Also, there will be an in-depth study of the current GIS systems and their uses. The Specialist series provides students with the opportunity to develop skills in the common areas of database design, programming and GIS techniques and to update their technological skills and improve employability.

The Oracle SQL Programming and Database Design Specialist Series provides students with the knowledge needed for entry-level positions as database developer/programmer. The students will learn to design and program using a live Oracle server with curriculum provided by the Oracle Corporation.

This series is designed for the working person who needs user skills in personal computers. Students should complete this series if they own a business, work in an office, want to develop Internet proficiency or simply want to update their skills. They will learn how to select hardware and software for a business, use a PC to enhance efficiency and productivity, and develop skills to supervise a small PC operation. Students will also learn the most common business software applications: word processing, spreadsheets and database.

This Series will enable students to manage all major project management components such as project planning, initiation, execution, control and closing.  The series will also provide students with introductory level knowledge on various types of business ownership, organization, management, marketing, industries, personnel, labor and legal considerations.  Students will also learn to use Microsoft Project software.

This series provides students with the opportunity to learn and develop expertise in the field of records and information management. The series may be completed in one year; however, a student may begin and end the series at their own pace.

The Smartphone Programmer series provides students with an opportunity to gain knowledge and develop skills needed to design, build and test applications for mobile devices. Students will also learn how to effectively market their applications.

This program prepares students to operate, maintain, and repair small unmanned aircraft systems, commonly known as drones. Upon successful completion of the program students will earn the Federal Aviation Administration Remote Pilot Certificate with a Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Rating. This FAA certificate allows the holder to act as the pilot in command of a less than 55-pound commercial drone. The program also prepares students to troubleshoot mechanical and technical problems, make repairs and modifications, and conduct small-unmanned aircraft safety inspections.

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his program is designed to provide students with the theoretical knowledge and practical skill necessary to safely operate a small-unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) within the National Airspace System. The coursework focuses on safe sUAS operation for aerial video production, the collection and processing of aerial and geospatial data as well as piloting requirements under Code of Federal Regulations Title 14 Part 107. As part of this professional series certificate of achievement, students will prepare to earn their Federal Aviation Administration Remote Pilot Certificate with a Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Rating. Some of the coursework may require fieldwork and flight laboratories.

The Web Design Professional Series is a two-semester series designed for the working professional needing to become proficient in Web page design technologies. Students design and develop Web sites that are graphically rich, well thought out and professional. They use industry-standard design applications while exploring theoretical Web design concepts and generally-accepted development techniques for both Web and Web graphics and animation design. Upon completion of these courses, participants will be prepared to sit for the Macromedia Dreamweaver Developer Certification exam.

This Series provides students with an in-depth knowledge of the Windows Server environment. Students will troubleshoot system difficulties with a Microsoft Windows Server. In addition, this professional series will prepare students to sit for the industry standard MCSA Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator examination.

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