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Degrees & Certificates

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  • Students complete a Construction Lab Clinical which will provide hands-on training that continues to build upon the principles learned within the construction discipline.
  • Learn a wide range of carpentry and construction methods with this comprehensive certificate. Students will learn proper installation techniques as well as how to use tools, read blueprints and more.
  • Students learn hands-on carpentry techniques including foundation, roofing and framing. Students will also earn their "10-hour safety card" with OSHA approved safety instruction.
  • Chemistry

    Associate of Science
    Study measurement, matter, chemical formulas, reactions and equations, stoichiometry along with the development of atomic theory, electron configurations of atoms and chemical bond theory. Learn about gases, liquids, and solids, solution properties, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base and ionic equilibrium, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry with hands-on laboratory experiments that demonstrate qualitative and quantitative analytical techniques and problem solving skills. This is a liberal arts degree with designation (DWD).
  • Develop the general technology skills needed to work as a help desk specialist. Learn a broad set of skills to support computer systems, hardware and software.
  • Study how CAD software is used in civil engineering. Gain hands-on skills in plane and basic surveying and learn to use Civil 3D drafting software.
  • Computer Information Systems

    Associate of Applied Science
    Study operating systems, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and Microsoft Office and the basics of programming and building a website, how to set up and run queries on a database, and networking, hardware, troubleshooting and how to connect to a network. Choose a focus in two or more specialties and earn at least one certificate while creating a project.
  • Computer Science

    Associate of Science
    This two-year computer science program prepares you to complete your bachelor's degree at a four-year college or university in Colorado. In addition to fulfilling general education credit requirements, students will learn programming language and build skills within the computer science and programming discipline such as algorithm development, data representation, logical expressions and problem solving techniques. This is a liberal arts degree with designation (DWD).
  • Learn the general-purpose, object-oriented programming language C#. Build the skills to develop modern front-end or back-end applications and prepare for A+ certification.