Psychology courses will offer students an introduction to psychology concepts and view topics such as abnormal psychology, stress management, and child development along with other topics.
Sociology courses introduce students to the sociological concepts and studies of sex, marriage, cultural diversity, gender and more.
History courses examines the development of the first civilization in Africa, Asia, Americans and Mediterranean and the approach to human needs and social organization. Students are also introduced to historiography and different perspectives on how we view the past.
Education courses are designed for individuals seeking to enhance their professional credentials; rather the aim is to become a teacher, administrator, consultant or other education related professional. Education courses can build critical knowledge and skills.
Child Development. After completing the child development course, you will have knowledge of basic principles of child development, you will be able to describe how young children develop in each developmental domain, describe the importance of nutrition for children's development along with identify strategies for recognizing and reporting developmental delays and disabilities.
Technical and Vocational Courses:
Vocational and technical programs are shorter they are more focused training programs that prepare students for immediate employment. Technical courses teach the theory and science behind the occupation, vocational courses teach skills that are hands on. We offer both in the area of construction, health, agriculture and general employment skills.
Culinary arts program provide students with the ability to learn to prepare foods. These courses can be as extensive as you would like to be or very basic. Students in a culinary arts program will learn to prepare food and learn food safety. Students will learn how to make recipes. The program prepares students to work in a range of restaurants. This course introduces the basic principles of sanitation and safety relative to the hospitality industry. Topics include personal hygiene, sanitation and use of equipment care. Upon completion of class students should be to demonstrate an understanding the content for successful food, safety and sanitation exam.
Combs Junior College offers an Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration that is designed to develop students to understand business concepts, terms and theories. The associate program provides basic business administration skills along with critical thinking skills and effective communication skills. Student use computers skills and software applications. Courses provide understanding of business methods and business knowledge.
Phlebotomy Technician students must be attentive to detail, work well under pressure, have great communication skills and really enjoy working with people. Because phlebotomists collect blood and are at risk for exposure to a variety of diseases, they must be trained in; no previous medical experience is required. Our program will provide you with extensive training and skills required to be a successful phlebotomist.
CPR: Classes are offered during fall and spring please call for our scheduled times and days.
Certified Nurse Assistant requirements vary from state to state. All potential students must attend a local orientation information session, provide verification of High school diploma or GED, pass a criminal background check prior to registration and complete a TB test. We offer small class size, licensed and professional instructors with a course length of 4-8 weeks. Upon successful completion of the course students will qualify to take the state competency test to be a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA). The courses prepare students to seek employment in various health care settings.
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