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The Process Technology program educates and trains technicians who control and monitor various industrial and plant processes. Areas of employment include: petrochemicals and refining, food and beverage processing, pharmaceuticals and biomanufacturing, paper and pulp, oil and gas exploration, energy and power generation, water and waste water treatment, chemical and agricultural manufacturing, environmental safety, and brewing and distilling process industries.
The two-year AAS Radiography program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), 20 N. Wacker Dr., Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606, Telephone: 312.704.5300. Graduates are eligible to apply for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Certification Examination, 1255 Northland Dr., St. Paul, MN 55120-1155 and obtain a license from the Texas Department of State Health Services, P.O. Box 149347, Austin, TX, 78714. The following courses EDUC 1300 Learning Framework, MATH 1314 College Algebra, ENGL 1301 Composition I, BIOL 2301 & BIOL 2101 Anatomy and Physiology are prerequisites for admission to the Radiography-AAS program. Total Prerequisites - 13 credits.
Computed Tomography is a specialized x-ray imaging technique that creates the image by using an array of individual small x-ray sensors and a computer. By moving the x-ray source and the sensor/detectors around the patient, data is collected from multiple angles. A computer then processes this information to create an image on the monitor. Only individuals who have passed the registry can be accepted into the program. Copies of ARRT or NMTCB certification must be provided to the program along with a current copy of the MRT License prior to start of program.
The AAS in Real Estate is a two year program that introduces students to the many opportunities in the real estate industry such as residential and commercial brokerage, comparative market analysis, property management and investment. Upon completion, students will have met the educational requirements for the Texas Real Estate salesperson and broker licenses.
The Commercial Real Estate program prepares students to enter the non-residential real estate market as an owner, broker or sales agent. The curriculum focuses on the general environment of commercial real estate and includes valuation, environmental issues, selling, listing, and leasing activities.
The Real Estate Comparative Market Analysis Program provides students with a fundamental understanding of the appraisal/valuation process. Investors, lenders, property managers, end users and various governmental agencies use appraisal/valuation techniques in their decision making. The curriculum focuses on valuation procedures, approaches to value,property descriptions, residential and commercial applications, appraisal math and construction.
The Mortgage Lending Professional program prepares students to enter the mortgage lending industry as a loan officer, loan processor, loan clerk or administrative assistant.
The two year AAS in Real Estate - Mortgage Lending Specialization degree prepares students to enter the mortgage lending industry as a loan officer, loan processor or administrator.
The Property Management program is designed for students wanting to enter the property management field as an onsite manager, consultant, owner, or assistant. The curriculum focuses on the operational side of non-residential real estate and includes maintenance, rent collection, insurance and legal issues.
The Residential Real Estate program prepares students to enter the world of residential real estate as a salesperson, broker or leasing agent. The curriculum meets the Texas Real Estate Commission?s educational requirement to obtain a salesperson?s license and meets the Statutory Annual Education (SAE) requirement.