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This Certificate provides students an understanding of varieties of innovation and the commercialization of technology, the changing basis of competitive advantage over time, and the modern approaches to adding value to products and services, including user interfaces, user experience, and consumer branding.
The Marketing certificate provides students with specialized skills needed for entry-level positions in marketing or retailing. All courses in this certificate apply to the AAS in Marketing degree.
(Deactivation pending SACSCOC Approval. Enrollment is closed to new students.) The Master of Floriculture certificate program prepares students for design and management positions in flower shops and other businesses involving floriculture. This one-year program with emphasis in floral design, plant care, and business knowledge gives students a strong advantage when they seek positions as qualified designers and managers.
The Associate in Science is intended primarily for students planning on transferring to a senior college or university to receive a baccalaureate degree in the following areas: computer science, engineering, health and natural sciences, or mathematics.
The Medical Scribe certificate trains individuals to enter information into the electronic medical record at the direction of a physician or practitioner; charting in real time as the provider assesses and examines the patient. The scribe will ease documentation for physicians and allow them to focus on the care of the patient thus increasing the productivity and patient satisfaction in the medical office.
The program trains individuals to function as multi-skilled technicians in ambulatory health care delivery systems. Specific skills include administrative and clinical duties. Additional skills include 12-lead electrocardiography, dysrhythmia analysis, stress testing, Holter monitor and scanning, phlebotomy, pharmacology and administration of medications and fundamentals of medical insurance with coding. The following courses: EDUC 1300 Learning Framework, HPRS 1201 Introduction to Health Professions, and ENGL 1301 Composition I are prerequisites for admission to the Medical Assistant - Certificate Level II program. Total Credits in the Prerequisite Semester are 8.
The Medical Laboratory Technician program encompasses a two-year, six-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; MLAB 1101 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Science, BIOL 2301 & 2101 Anatomy and Physiology I (Lecture and Lab), MATH 1314 College Algebra, ENGL 1301 Composition I are prerequisites for admission to the Medical Laboratory Technician - AAS program. Total Credits in the Prerequisite Semester are 11.
C++, a general purpose programming language, is designed to make programming more enjoyable for the serious programmer. Except for minor details, C++ is a superset of the C programming language. In addition to the facilities provided by C, C++ provides flexible and efficient facilities for defining new types.
The AAS in Applications Development-Microsoft C# Specialization prepares students with skills to produce high quality sustainable codes through all stages of a software life cycle: project planning and estimating, gathering requirements, functional specifications, use case tools, design specifications, coding, testing, integrating, and maintenance. Microsoft C# (C Sharp) is an object-oriented programming language developed by Microsoft as part of their .NET initiative.
The Associate in Arts is intended primarily for students planning on transferring to a senior college or university to receive a baccalaureate degree in the following areas: communication, business, social sciences, humanities, and fine arts. Commencing the fall of 1999, all Associate in Arts academic core curriculum courses taken at HCC are guaranteed to transfer and count toward the core curriculum at all Texas public higher educational institutions.