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Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration - Basic - Certificate Level I

The Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration program is designed to train individuals in the field of air conditioning, heating and refrigeration equipment, maintenance and repair and in the use of EPA-approved recovery equipment. Individuals satisfying course competencies have career opportunities in a variety of job classifications such as service and repair of residential and commercial air conditioning and refrigeration systems. All seeking employment as air conditioning/refrigeration technicians must pass an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certification test. HCC recommends students pass this test before completing the program.

Heavy Vehicle & Truck Repair - Certificate Level I

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.

Heavy Vehicle & Truck Repair - Diesel Preventative Maintenance - Occupational Skills Award

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.

Histologic Technician - AAS

The Histologic Technician AAS program is a two-year, five-semester course of study requiring a total of 60 semester hours of credit. The program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS), 5600 N. River Rd. Suite 720, Rosemont, IL 60018, 773.714.8886. Graduates are eligible for certification with the American Society of Clinical Pathologists-Board of Registry (ASCP-BOR). New classes begin in the fall of each year. The following courses: EDUC 1300 Learning Framework, HPRS 1201 Introduction to Health Professions, MATH 1314 College Algebra, ENGL 1301 Composition I, BIOL 1406 General Biology I are prerequisites for admission to the Histologic Technician - AAS program. Total Credits in the Prerequisite Semester is 15.

Horticulture - Gulf Coast Gardener - Occupational Skills Award

(Deactivation pending SACSCOC approval. Enrollment is closed to new students). The Gulf Coast Gardener Occupational Skills Award (OSA) allows students to choose a path of study from three areas: nursery, floral, or interiorscaping. It provides students with a general knowledge of horticulture and horticultural practices related to nursery and floral production and landscaping.

Horticulture Entrepreneur Specialization - Certificate

(Deactivation pending SACSCOC Approval. Enrollment is closed to new students.) The Horticulture Entrepreneur Specialization certificate is designed to prepare students to start their own business. The certificate focuses on the business management aspect of the industry as well as providing instruction in plant care and landscape design.

Horticulture Technology - Applied Horticulture-Landscaping Operation & Management - AAS

Horticulture is the art and science of cultivating plants. In the past, this referred to agriculture and simple gardening. New practices and tools have broadened the scope to include ornamental landscape horticulture or production horticulture.

Hospitality Management - AAS

The Hospitality Management Degree is designed to prepare graduates for entry level management positions in the hospitality industry. Students acquire a broad base of knowledge and skills for a successful career in a challenging business service environment. The program focuses on courses such as front office procedures, hospitality marketing, food and beverage management, hospitality resource management, and hospitality legal issues. All of these courses are uniquely designed for the hospitality service industry.

Hospitality Management - Hotel Management - Certificate Level I

The Hotel Management certificate introduces students to the basic management techniques and administrative practices and procedures of the hotel industry. Individuals completing this course of study are qualified for entry - level management positions within the industry. The certificate program focuses on the following areas of study: principles of food and beverage control, hospitality human resource management, hospitality financial management, hospitality marketing, guest room maintenance, front office procedures and facilities management.

Hospitality Management - Restaurant Management - Certificate Level I

The Restaurant Management certificate introduces students to the basic management techniques and administrative practices and procedures of the restaurant and food service industry. Individuals completing this course of study are qualified for entry-level management positions within the industry. This certificate program focuses on the following areas of study: food preparation, food purchasing, food and beverage cost control, sanitation and safety, human resource management, beverage management, hospitality marketing and dining room management services.