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The AAS in Craft Management prepares qualified craftspeople to enhance their technical skills for career advancement. The program is designed to allow individuals in areas such as the apprenticeship programs and Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Industrial Electricity, Welding, or other related disciplines, to assume supervisory, project leader or management positions.
The Culinary Arts, AAS program is designed to equip graduates for leadership positions in the food industry. The program provides students with the necessary theoretical knowledge and technical skills to become successful culinary professionals. Students develop competencies in food preparation, fundamental cooking and baking methods, cold kitchen preparation, and ala carte kitchen operations and cooking. Concepts of healthy cooking and nutrition, food safety and sanitation, food service operations, food and beverage cost control, supervision skills, and general education courses focus on professional and management skills development necessary for success in the workplace.
The Culinary Arts Certificate provides students with the necessary theoretical knowledge and technical skills to become successful culinary professionals. Students develop competencies in food preparation, fundamental cooking and baking methods, cold kitchen preparation, and ala carte kitchen operations and cooking. Concepts of healthy cooking and nutrition, food safety and sanitation, food service operations, food and beverage cost control, and supervision skills focus on professional and management skills development necessary for success in the workplace.
The Digital Communication department provides state-of-the-art curriculum and instruction in digital photography, graphic design, multimedia development, and web publishing. The department uses the latest technologies to prepare students in meeting professional and personal goals and provides business and industry with a highly skilled workforce.
The Dental Assisting program is offered as a full-time day program. Graduates of this program receive a certificate of completion from the college. The program is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association, a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council of Postsecondary Accreditation and by the United States Department of Education (Manager, Dental Assisting Education Commission Dental Accreditation/American Dental Association, 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611). The following courses HPRS 1201are prerequisites for admission to the Dental Assisting - Certificate program. Total Credits Prereq Semester - 2
The Dental Hygiene program is designed for those interested in becoming a registered dental hygienist (RDH). Graduates are prepared to function in a variety of settings including private dental offices, dental clinics or public dental health care clinics. The AAS in the dental hygiene program includes general education courses as a foundation for dental hygiene courses. The dental hygiene program curriculum is a structured intense program with didactic and clinical practice taking place at Coleman College for Health Sciences.The following courses CHEM 1305 (Introductory Chemistry I), BIOL 2301, 2101 (Anatomy and Physiology I, Lecture and Lab), SOCI 1301 (Introduction to Sociology), and ENGL 1301 (Composition I) are prerequisites for admission to the Dental Hygiene AAS program, totaling 13 credit hours.
The goal of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program is to prepare competent entry-level general sonographers in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) domains. The sonographer assists the physician in gathering sonographic data necessary to make diagnostic decisions. The program is fully accredited in general diagnostic medical sonography by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), 1361 Park Street, Clearwater, FL 33756-6039, Telephone: 727.210.2350,Fax: 727.210.2354, www.caahep.org. Admission steps: Prospective students must have completed an Associate Degree in Allied Health (2-year educational program in a patient-care related area) OR a Bachelor?s degree in any area. REQUIRED COURSES?Completion of the following courses with a minimum grade of ?C? no later than Spring Semester: MATH 1314, PHYS 1305, ENGL 1301, BIOL 2310 & 2101.
The Heavy Vehicle & Truck Repair program provides skilled and knowledgeable entry-level employees to heavy equipment industries all over Texas. Employers actively seek HCC Heavy Vehicle & Truck Repair graduates to work as engine or maintenance specialists and field technicians.
Digital Communication prepares students to enter the workforce as generalists in the area of computerized graphic communication. The degree includes generalized training in digital photography, graphic design, multimedia, and web technologies. The program prepares students for employment in the fields of print-based media, electronic interactive multimedia, and web design and authoring.
The Simulation and Animation Specialization program uses a variety of media such as sound, text, graphics, video, and animation to communicate information in an interactive computer environment. The program prepares students for employment in the fields of advertising, video, animation, marketing presentations, simulations, and interactive software development.