Gain basic knowledge of how to read and interpret blueprints while becoming familiar with different types of building materials and construction techniques. Topics include a study of soils, concrete, brick, masonry, steel, timber, and plastics and a study of types of building structural systems.
This criminal justice certificate program is geared toward high school students interested in earning a criminal justice degree. Study criminal justice basics, policing and judicial systems, and correctional processes.
This criminal justice certificate program is geared toward high school students who earned the Level I certificate and want to continue earning credit toward a criminal justice degree while still in high school. Study constitutional law, English composition, human relation in social conflict, and criminology.
Learn the fundamentals of cyber security, cyber law, vulnerability assessment and digital forensics. Learn to implement a multi-layered approach to the latest threats and vulnerabilities to secure information.
In this certificate that does not apply toward the automotive collision repair degree, you’ll learn the skills required to perform automotive damage appraisal estimates. Gain skills in automotive collision technology, estimating, and auto body shop management, customer relations and sales.
This diesel technology certificate program teaches you how to diagnose and repair diesel engines. Study diesel mechanics and gain skills in diagnosing and repairing diesel engines and electrical, fuel, and diesel air induction and exhaust systems.