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Certificate in Management

The Certificate in Management is a sequence of courses designed to prepare students to become effective managers. The course offerings are for persons who have had little or no formal training in management principles. Courses meet either during the week or on weekends, allowing a convenient time choice. All certificate classes may be applied toward an associate degree.

Requirements for Certificate in Management
Courses 20

TMG 204, 210, 270, 280 13
COM 203 3
TMK 200 4
Total (minimum required) 20

Certificate in Desktop Publishing

The Certificate in Desktop Publishing is a sequence of courses designed for the person in the office wishing to learn or implement desktop publishing skills.

Requirements for Certificate in Desktop Publishing
Courses 9

TOA 241, 242, 243 9
Total (minimum required) 9

Certificate in Word/Information Processing

The Certificate in Word/Information Processing is a three-quarter sequence of courses designed for the person wishing to upgrade or to implement word processing skills in an office environment.

Requirements for Certificate in Word/ Information Processing
Courses 9

EDT 220, 221, 222 9
Total (minimum required) 9

Certificate in Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD)

The Certificate in CAD is a 24-credit-hour sequence of courses designed to provide a thorough understanding of how the computer-aided drafting process functions in industry. The certificate program covers the fundamental principles and methods used in designing a product with AutoCAD. The certificate is designed for individuals who have a thorough understanding of drafting principles, but no CAD experience is assumed. All courses meet during the week or on Saturdays. Contact the Lake Campus for a listing of certificate options offered in CAD.

Certificate in Microcomputer Applications

The Certificate in Microcomputer Applications is a three-quarter sequence of courses designed to provide a thorough coverage of many practical uses of microcomputers. A broad range of applications will be presented along with fundamental computer operations to prepare students to use microcomputers effectively at home or in business. Depending on the chosen major, some or all courses may be applicable toward an associate degree.

Requirements for Certificate in Microcomputer Applications
Courses 12

CS 205, 206, 207 12
Total (minimum required) 12

Certificate in PhotoShop Design and Applications

The Certificate in PhotoShop Design and Applications is a three-quarter sequence of courses designed for instruction in the proper use of Adobe PhotoShop techniques, such as filters, screens, backgrounds, photographs, and other desktop publishing applications to be integrated with other software programs.

Requirements for Certificate in PhotoShop Design and Applications
Courses 9

Beginning PhotoShop Applications 3
Intermediate PhotoShop Applications 3
Advanced PhotoShop Applications 3
Total (minimum required) 9

Certificate in Software Applications

The Certificate in Software Applications is a selection of nine one-credit-hour software courses offered through the Office Information Technology department. Several one-credit-hour courses are offered each quarter and topics vary. Students must complete nine of the one-day courses within the academic calendar (summer included) to be eligible to receive the certificate. Consult the Lake Campus quarterly class schedule for a listing of topics, dates, and times offered.

Certificate in Graphics/Design

The Certificate in Graphics/Design is an 18-credit-hour selection of courses designed for the associate/bachelor degree graduates or individuals currently employed in the graphics field who desire to add current software and procedures that will assist them in their current positions. Students will select courses from the two-year Graphics Design program. Prerequisite knowledge may be required in some courses. Advisor approval required.

 
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