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Animation and Motion Graphic ArtistDiplomaAnimators and motion graphics artists work for advertising companies, the film and video industry, and for digital design firms. They create the animations and visual effects in films, TV shows, video games, and commercials. The designer must be able to use good written, verbal and visual communication skills, both with clients and other team members. Some jobs will require independent work and others will be part of a team effort.Interactive Design Video ProductionView
ArboricultureOccupational CertificateThis specialized area of study leads to a certificate in arboriculture. Arboriculture is the study of and care of trees and other landscape woody plants. The students will study plant materials, insects, diseases and environmental problems affecting woody plants of the upper midwest. This course of study will also include courses relating to maintenance practices necessary to insure the health and beauty of woody plants in the landscape. Students will have the opportunity to develop field skills in rope and saddle trimming work.Landscape and Horticulture CareersView
Architectural TechnologyAssociate in Applied Science DegreeThe primary focus of student training is the preparation of construction documents for projects typically found in the residential and commercial building industry. Students learn how to analyze project requirements and produce construction documents that describe those requirements utilizing the most recent releases of Autodesk’s softwares. Other skills developed include the understanding of building science technology, applying sustainable principles, and researching building codes. Students also gain experience in construction cost estimating, basic structural design, office practices and other relevant computer software.Architectural TechnologyView
Architectural TechnologyDiplomaThe primary focus of student training is the preparation of construction documents for projects typically found in the residential and commercial building industry. Students learn how to analyze project requirements and produce construction documents that describe those requirements utilizing the most recent releases of Autodesk’s softwares. Other skills developed include the understanding of building science technology, applying sustainable principles, and researching building codes. Students also gain experience in construction cost estimating, basic structural design, office practices and other relevant computer software.Architectural TechnologyView
Audio Production SpecialistAssociate in Applied Science DegreeAudio engineers record and mix music, narration and sound effects for music and commercial productions, video, television, film and audiovisual projects. They are also involved with mastering and duplication to several audio formats, including compact disk and emerging mediums. Today`s recording engineer needs to be well-versed in digital audio, including disk-based recording, MIDI and SMPTE applications, sampling and traditional analog tape recording technology.Audio ProductionView
Audio Production SpecialistDiplomaAudio engineers record and mix music, narration and sound effects for music and commercial productions, video, television, film and audiovisual projects. They are also involved with mastering and duplication to several audio formats, including compact disk and emerging mediums. Today`s recording engineer needs to be well-versed in digital audio, including disk-based recording, MIDI and SMPTE applications, sampling and traditional analog tape recording technology.Audio ProductionView
Auto Body Estimator Occupational CertificateThis certificate provides students with the skills necessary to begin a career as an estimator in the auto body industry. Students will have the opportunity to learn to properly identify damaged vehicles, necessary components and systems; demonstrate proficiency in estimating processes using both manual techniques and computer software; identify appropriate replacement parts and calculate labor costs; demonstrate effective interpersonal skills in dealing with internal and external customers in the auto body industry and successfully complete an 80 hour industry internship.Auto Body Collision TechnologyView
Auto Body TechnicianAssociate in Applied Science DegreeAuto Body Repair and Refinishing Technicians repair vehicles that are damaged as a result of collisions, corrosion and wear. They provide customers with cost estimates for repair, replace or repair body parts and paint vehicles using various materials, equipment and methods.Auto Body Collision TechnologyView
Auto Body TechnicianDiplomaAuto Body Repair and Refinishing Technicians repair vehicles that are damaged as a result of collisions, corrosion and wear. They provide customers with cost estimates for repair, replace or repair body parts and paint vehicles using various materials, equipment and methods.Auto Body Collision TechnologyView
AutoCAD OperatorAdvanced Technical CertificateThe AutoCAD Operator certificate is designed to provide up-to-date AutoCAD skills for the person already trained or experienced in a technical field. Elective courses can be selected to best suit each students special needs and interests. Prerequisite: Graduation from or concurrent enrollment in a 2-year Engineering CAD or machining program or a minimum of 2 years of related work experience.Engineering CAD Technology View