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Business & Financial Services

Accounting Services

  • Learn basic accounting, business skills, and software applications, such as QuickBooks, Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
  • Prepare for the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers certification and earn Microsoft industry certifications.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Accounts Payable & Receivable Clerk
Full Charge Bookkeeper
Payroll Accounting Clerk

Entrepreneurship

  • Perform business plan development, tax management and legal requirements in relation to creating, running and owning a business.
  • Discover how to market, finance and manage your business.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Small Business Owner

Legal Office Services

  • Learn legal terminology, basic legal research, use of legal forms and documents, filing, scheduling and legal concepts in various areas of law.
  • Prepare for the Accredited Legal Secretary (ALS) certification.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Legal Administrative Assistant
Legal Receptionist

Computer & Information Technology

Database Administration

  • Certified Oracle Academy
  • Learn Oracle Database SQL and PL/SQL programming.
  • Earn certifications from Microsoft and Oracle.
  • Develop technical, analytical & business skills for database design, programming, project management, & presentations.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Database Administrator
Database Associate
Database Junior Developer

Digital Video Production

  • Receive hands-on training with digital video production equipment to learn all aspects of studio and field production including: directing, audio, lighting, graphics, videography, editing, color grading and sound editing.
  • Work in a production team environment to produce projects such as short films, music videos and commercials.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Digital Video Production Assistant
Digital Video Technician
Digital Video Producer

Graphic Design

  • Work in a small advertising agency environment to learn Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
  • Develop analytical thinking and problem solving skills for the graphic design industry, while developing your professional design portfolio.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Advertising Designer
Production Artist

Networking & Computer Repair

  • Receive hands-on computer repair, software configuration, and networking fundamentals.
  • Earn industry recognized CompTIA and Microsoft certifications.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Desktop Support Technician (Windows)
Network PC Support Specialist
Server Administrator
Server Administrator (Multiple Operating Systems)

Programming & Software Development

  • Learn programming fundamentals.
  • Write and design programs using Java and C#.
  • Earn industry recognized Sun Certified Java Associate and Microsoft Technology Associate certifications.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Developer (Multiple Languages)

Web Design

  • Learn to build websites using HTML, Dreamweaver, Photoshop and Illustrator.
  • Earn industry certification in web design.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Web Designer (Entry Level)
Webmaster

Construction

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

  • Accredited by the Partnership for Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration Accreditation (PAHRA)
  • Learn control systems, installations, maintenance, and repair.
  • Work anywhere in the U.S. after I.C.E. certification.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
HVAC/R Technician

Carpentry

  • National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER)
  • Certified Teacher and Curriculum
  • Learn to work as a carpenter, cabinetmaker, architect, contractor, roofer, finish carpenter or in construction management.
  • Estimate and order building materials, and prepare, assemble, and install materials using hand, and power tools.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Cabinetmaker
Frame Carpenter
Residential Carpenter

Computer Aided Drafting & Design

  • American Design Drafting Association (ADDA) Certified Curriculum
  • Prepare to work as a drafter, engineer, architect,
  • designer or technician.
  • Learn industry software and earn AutoDesk Associate and professional certifications in AutoCAD, Inventor and Revit.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
CAD Drafter (Entry Level)
CAD Technician Architectural
CAD Technician Mechanical

Electrical & Automated Industrial Systems

  • Learn residential, commercial and industrial construction wiring methods, and how to design motor controls, and programmable logic controllers.
  • Interface industrial equipment with programmable controllers and computer controlled systems.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Automated Systems Technician
Electrical Apprentice
Electrical Assistant (Entry Level)

Service Careers

  • Hands on learning, wide range of live work projects.
  • Work with indoor and outdoor power products, grounds maintenance and building maintenance.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Building Maintenance Assistant
Building Maintenance Technician & Grounds Keeper
Building Maintenance Technician & Grounds Keeper Assistant
Grounds Keeper

Health Science - Careers

Biotechnology

  • Learn DNA extraction, replications, and genetics.
  • Conduct research in hi-tech lab.
  • Earn Biotechnology II credit at High School.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Biotechnology

Dental Assisting

  • Accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation/American Dental Association
  • Responsible for obtaining patient records, and preparing treatment areas.
  • Prepare instrument trays, expose, and process dental X-rays.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Dental Assistant

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

  • Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography (JRC-DMS)
  • Work with other health team members to provide quality care and exams to patients.
  • Learn to perform General and Vascular Sonograms.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Diagnostic Medical Sonographer

Emergency Medical Services

  • Accredited by Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions in partnership with Kiamichi Technology Center
  • Paramedics are the most highly trained class of EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians) working in the U.S.
  • This course offers the rigorous Advanced Life Support (ALS) training that enables paramedics to lead teams of EMTs and perform life-saving rescue operations in critical situations.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Paramedic

Medical Assisting

  • Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB)
  • Take medical histories and record vital signs.
  • Prepare patients and assist physicians during examinations.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Medical Assistant

Surgical Technology

  • Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Accreditation Review Council on Education in Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (ARC/STSA)
  • Responsible for procedure preparation and assisting surgeon.
  • Establish and maintain sterility of surgical case.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Surgical Technologist

Therapeutic Services

Choose from these Career Majors: 
Physical Therapy Aide
Veterinary Assistant

Health Science - Nursing

Nurse Aide

Choose from these Career Majors: 
Nurse Aide

Practical Nursing

  • Accredited by the National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission

Care for ill, injured, convalescent and disabled persons in hospitals, and clinics.

Choose from these Career Majors: 
Practical Nurse

Pre-Nursing

  • Students may earn entry-level employment in the health field as an Advanced Unlicensed Assistant.
  • High school and college credit for anatomy/physiology.
  • Receive Advanced Standing into MNTC’s Practical Nursing Program.
  • Direct patient care in a hospital setting.
  • Medical Terminology is a prerequisite.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Pre-Nursing

Manufacturing

Pre-Engineering

Choose from these Career Majors: 
Pre-Engineering (Junior Entry)

Precision Machining

  • Produce parts that meet or exceed specific industry standards.
  • Work toward national metal-working certification in NIMS.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
NIMS Certified Machine Operator (Entry Level)
NIMS Certified Machine Technician

Welding

  • Train in all phases of welding and study properties of metals and principles of fusion.
  • Learn techniques for gas and arc welding, pipe welding and cutting, blueprint reading, and plasma arc cutting.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Combination Welder
Structural & Pipe Welder

Personal Services

Cosmetology

  • Prepare for state certifications and work at any salon of choice as a cosmetologist, nail technician or esthetician.
  • Work on clients in MNTC’s salon.
  • Daytime and evening classes available for adults.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Cosmetologist
Cosmetologist (High School)
Esthetician
Practicing Master Instructor
Master Instructor

Professional Development

Career Exploration Education

This career major allows high school students to explore a variety of occupations and get actual experience in the working world. Students select six internships from more than 200 work sites in the metro area and explore a variety of occupations through each job site career visit.  Students must provide their own transportation to job sites.

Choose from these Career Majors: 
Career Exploration Education

Transportation

Automotive Collision Technology

  • Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certified
  • Prepare for I-CAR certification.
  • Fix damaged bodies and parts of vehicles by straightening, removing dents, and replacing damaged parts.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Collision Non-Structural Repair & Refinishing Technician
Collision Structural Repair Technician

Automotive Service Technology

  • Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Master Certified
  • Prepare for ASE certification.
  • Learn the latest technologies for vehicle maintenance, management, and engineering.
Choose from these Career Majors: 
Automotive Service Technician (NATEF Compliant)
Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair Technician (NATEF Aligned)
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