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Description : University Pathway in Moraine Valley Community College

Moraine Valley Community College
Moraine Valley Community College
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from $ 17500.00 / year
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PATHWAYS (ENGINEERING PATHWAYS PROGRAM)

The college offers the graduates of secondary schools a program of preparation for the University (Pathways) in engineering direction, thanks to which it is possible to enter the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Preference is given to students with high scores and knowledge in science and mathematics, girls, students with low family incomes and representatives of small peoples. The program involves studying a certain number of courses and disciplines, personalized support for each student in the development of his talents and talents and the process of adaptation. Talented students have the opportunity to receive scholarships and financial assistance, and a great opportunity to show their abilities, participating in olympiads and competitions. Successful completion of the program leads to the enrollment in the first course of the College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Urbana-Champaign.

The cost of training on the program of preparation for the University (Engineering Pathways Program): check with our specialists.

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TRANSFER PROGRAMS (transfer, or transitional programs)

1. Age: from 18 years old

2. Duration: 2 years

3. 4 different degrees and more than 20 specializations

4. Easy and fast process of transition to universities.

Transfer, or transitional programs are adapted first two courses of the bachelor's degree, immediately after the completion of which students pass to the third course of the bachelor's specialty in one of the universities. Education leads to the receipt of one of the 4 degrees:

  • Arts (Associate in Arts (AA))
  • Science (Associate in Science (AS))
  • General studies (Associate in General Studies (AGS))
  • Fine Arts (Associate in Fine Arts (AFA)).

The curriculum consists of the basic general disciplines and elective courses on the chosen specialization / direction. Each student should choose in due course the future university and a specialty of education that the academic advisers of college could adjust the curriculum and make the individual schedule. The big advantage is the availability of partner institutions in the institution, in which students pass as quickly and painlessly as possible, but there is the opportunity to transfer to other US universities. All transfer conditions must be specified with your mentor and college staff.

The schedule includes lectures and seminars, research and scientific works, master classes and classes with invited experts. The schedule differs depending on the chosen institution and direction and includes some specific courses. So, especially for foreign students, there are English as a Second Language (ESL) and Intensive English Language Program (IELP) courses. Foreign pupils receive effective support in adapting to the way of life and the system of education. Students who have successfully completed two years of study and have fulfilled all the conditions easily pass to the third year of the undergraduate program at the chosen university and continue their studies.

The awarded degrees and directions of transfer programs:

1. Arts (Associate in Arts (AA)):

  • Art (Art)
  • Business
  • Criminal justice
  • Early childhood education (Early Childhood Education)
  • Elementary Education
  • English (English)
  • History
  • Mass Communications
  • Political Science
  • Psychology (Psychology)
  • Sociology
  • Special Education
  • Theater

2. Science (Associate in Science (AS)):

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Engineering
  • Information Technology (Information Technology)
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Technology (Technology)

3. General studies (Associate in General Studies (AGS))

4. Fine arts (Associate in Fine Arts Degree (AFA)).

Tuition fee in the direction of transfer programs (Transfer Programs): from $ 345 / credit, from $ 8600 / year.

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PATHWAYS (ENGINEERING PATHWAYS PROGRAM)

The college offers the graduates of secondary schools a program of preparation for the University (Pathways) in engineering direction, thanks to which it is possible to enter the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Preference is given to students with high scores and knowledge in science and mathematics, girls, students with low family incomes and representatives of small peoples. The program involves studying a certain number of courses and disciplines, personalized support for each student in the development of his talents and talents and the process of adaptation. Talented students have the opportunity to receive scholarships and financial assistance, and a great opportunity to show their abilities, participating in olympiads and competitions. Successful completion of the program leads to the enrollment in the first course of the College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Urbana-Champaign.

The cost of training on the program of preparation for the University (Engineering Pathways Program): check with our specialists.

CERTIFICATES (CERTIFICATES)

The college offers professional programs of specialized training aimed at increasing knowledge and skills in a certain field. Certificates expand competencies and employment opportunities and work, can be used as a supplement to the main profession or the expansion of professional opportunities. The duration of the training can be from several weeks to several months: the schedule includes lectures and seminars, independent and group work, special practical classes. Successful graduates of the certificate receive additional bonuses to their basic education and significantly expand employment opportunities.

Directions and specialties with the award of certificates (Certificate):

1. Architecture and design:

  • Architectural CAD
  • Specialist AutoCAD
  • Autodesk Inventor Specialist
  • Electronic Control Technician
  • Electronics technician
  • Professional geographic information systems
  • Geographic Information Systems Specialist
  • Geographic Information Systems Technician
  • Mechanical drawing (Associate).
  • 2. Art and Design:

  • Digital Design
  • Specialist in Computer Graphics
  • Computer Graphics Designer
  • Computer graphics
  • Master of Computer Graphics
  • 3. Business and finance:

  • Training and development of personnel
  • Scheduling meetings
  • Supply chain management
  • Travel-tourism
  • 4. Public and social services:

  • Dependency studies
  • 5. Computer and Information Technologies:

  • Android Developer
  • Android Programmer
  • The database administrator (Associate)
  • C # programmer
  • Cisco Network Partner
  • Cisco Network Professional
  • Computer Support (Associate)
  • Computer technician
  • DBA Skills
  • E-Commerce Assistant
  • IOS Developer
  • IOS Programmer
  • Java programmer
  • Local network technician
  • Employee Microsoft (Associate)
  • Mobile Application Developer
  • Multimedia designer
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Assistant
  • Network Security Specialist
  • PHP programmer
  • Programming Skills
  • Small Database Administrator
  • Software Developer
  • Visual Basic .NET Programmer
  • Website Designer
  • The developer of sites.
  • 6. Education:

  • Preschool and after school care
  • Baby / Toddler (Level 2)
  • Baby / Toddler (Level 3)
  • 7. Preparation and maintenance of food products:

  • Baking / confectionery
  • Management of culinary arts
  • 8. Health:

  • Coding Specialist
  • Emergency medical services (EMT-P, Paramedic)
  • Gerontology
  • Mammography Technologies
  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical registration
  • Medical transcription
  • Phlebotomy
  • Massotherapy.
  • 9. Installation, maintenance and repair:

  • Advanced air conditioning technician
  • Automotive Climatic Control Specialist
  • Car service consultant
  • Car Maintenance Technician
  • Brake and chassis technician
  • Chief Air Conditioning Technician
  • Technical specialist for the maintenance of commercial systems
  • Technical Specialist
  • Engine service technician
  • Trouble-shooting
  • Technical Nutritionist
  • Stationary Engineer HAC
  • Heating and air conditioning
  • Industrial Control Technician
  • Industrial maintenance technician
  • Maintenance of engine and fluids
  • Drive Technician
  • PLC Technician
  • Mechanic of mechanical engineering.
  • 10. Management:

  • Drink management
  • Restaurant / hotel management
  • 11. Media and communications:

  • Interpretation of sign language
  • 12. Office and administrative support:

  • Accounting / Clerk
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Business Skills
  • Data input
  • Graphics and desktop publishing
  • Support Specialist
  • Legal Assistant
  • Medical Secretary
  • Microsoft Office Specialist
  • Secretary.
  • 13. Personal care and maintenance:

  • Fitness trainer
  • 14. Production:

  • Individual welding
  • Production
  • Multiprocessor welding
  • Welding of pipes
  • Shielded metal arc welding
  • Welding (advanced level)
  • Welding (combination).
  • 15. Security services:

  • Emergency Preparedness and Continuity
  • Internal Security
  • Security services.
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    CAREER PROGRAMS ("career", or work programs)

    1. Age: from 18 years old

    2. Duration: 2 years

    3. 40 specialties in 14 areas

    4. The possibility of finding employment right after receiving a diploma

    5. Ability to enter universities.

    The so-called "career" (or working) programs are intended for students who want to get a job right after graduation. Two-year courses lead to the degree of the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) and the opportunity to work in companies and organizations that correspond to their profile. Training is conducted in 14 areas and 40 specialties, each of which gives a certain profession and skills necessary for professional activity. Many specialties can be supplemented and expanded by passing the certificate program, and this can be done without detaching yourself from the main study. The curricula include lectures and seminars, group work and individually, creative projects and master classes. A lot of time is given to practical classes, since all specialties require the ability to perform specific tasks. Teachers and mentors do their best to help students solve all the difficulties that arise. Foreign students receive effective support for the development of the English language and there are special seminars on adaptation to the university lifestyle. Graduates of working programs have a good chance of finding employment in a relatively short time - employers highly value specialists leaving the college walls. It should be noted that career programs do not directly lead to a transfer to universities - in principle, further education for the purpose of obtaining a bachelor's degree is possible, but for this it is necessary to fulfill a number of conditions. Direct transfer to universities for the third year of the undergraduate program is provided after the transfer programs.

    Directions and specialties of career programs (all specialties lead to the degree of the Associate of Applied Science (AAS)):

    1. Architecture and Engineering:

  • Electronic / Computer Control Technician
  • Geography of information systems (Geographic Information Systems)
  • Mechanical Design Technology
  • Mechatronics Technology (Mechatronics Technology)
  • 2. Arts and Design (Arts and Design):

  • Images of computer graphics (Computer Graphics Imagery)
  • Digital Art / Design
  • 3. Business and Finance (Business and Financial):

  • Associate Degree in Business Administration (Business Administration Associate)
  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing and Management
  • Travel Management Management
  • 4. Community and Social Services:

  • Dependency studies Addictions Studies)
  • 5. Computer and Information Technology (Computer and Information Technology):

  • A specialist in computers and local networks (Computer and Local Area Network Technician)
  • IT Security Specialist
  • Management Information Systems (Management Information Systems)
  • A voice and data specialist (Voice and Data Specialist)
  • 6. Education, training and library (Education, Training and Library):

  • Early childhood education (Early Childhood Educator)
  • Paraprofessional Educator (Paraprofessional Educator)
  • 7. Food Preparation and Serving:

  • Baking and pastry (Baking and Pastry)
  • Management of culinary arts (Culinary Arts Management)
  • 8. Health Care:

  • Emergency medical services (Emergency Medical Services)
  • Information technology in health (Health Information Technology)
  • Nursing
  • Radiological Technologies (Radiologic Technology)
  • Therapeutic therapy (Recreation Therapy)
  • Respiratory Therapy Technology
  • Sleep Technology
  • 9. Installation, maintenance, repair (Installation, Maintenance and Repair):

  • Automotive Technology (Mopar College Automotive Program)
  • Integrated system technology (Integrated Systems Technology)
  • 10. Management:

  • Marketing and Management
  • Restaurant / Hotel Management (Restaurant / Hotel Management)
  • Management in Small Business (Small Business Management)
  • 11. Office and administrative support (Office and Administrative Support):

  • Office systems and applications (Office Systems and Applications)
  • 12. Personal Care and Service:

  • Management of sports and recreation (Sport and Recreation Management)
  • 13. Production:

  • Stationary Engineer
  • 14. Protective Service:

  • Criminal justice
  • Fire Service Management
  • Fire Service Operations.
  • The cost of training in career programs (Career Programs): from $ 345 / credit, from $ 8600 / year.

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