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Degrees & Certificates

Explore your options and find the right program to help you achieve your goals.

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  • Get practice in the fundamentals of computer aided drafting by studying blueprint reading and AutoCAD software techniques. Learn how to read blueprints and use AutoCAD software to draft two-dimensional documents.
  • This certificate covers EMT training, Firefighter I and Hazmat Operations. By mastering these three subject areas, you are ready to become a nationally certified firefighter.
  • This construction management certificate program teaches you mathematical principles and applications in construction. Gain skills in technical mathematics and material statics and strengths.
  • This certificate is geared toward high school students in concurrent enrollment at Aims who want to learn the basics of web design. Learn design principles in page layout, navigation, typography for the web, style sheets and editing for web browsers. This is a Graphic Design and Rich Media certificate with a focus on computer information systems.
  • Build knowledge and skills to help you find an entry-level job in the construction industry. Gain skills including carpentry for construction sites, safety, and using hand and power tools.
  • Gain skills to prepare for work as a construction manager. Study construction project management principles, including project tracking and control methods and budget and cost analysis and learn various construction project scheduling methods.
  • Learn basic methods of construction management. Gain skills in building materials, construction techniques, blueprint reading, construction equipment, and basic construction management and scheduling principles.
  • Develop key bookkeeping skills such as how to maintain records and establish accounts. Learn the basics of accounting and legal compliance that can be applied to any business.
  • Brakes Certificate

    Learn the basics of how automobile brakes work and how to repair them and apply your skills in an auto shop lab course. Study auto shop safety, disc and drum friction assemblies, basic hydraulic braking systems, anti-lock braking systems (ABS) and traction control systems.