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Metropolitan Community College

Dubuque, ID

29 Programs

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  • Accounting
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

    This degree aids students in developing skills, knowledge, and aptitudes necessary to seek employment in paraprofessional accounting positions. The program encompasses a broad range of accounting, business topics, and applications.

  • Administrative Assistant
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

    This flexible and broadly based degree achieves maximum individual development of each person’s knowledge and skills relative to the wide range of duties encountered in either for-profit or nonprofit enterprises. Aspiring supervisors, executive assistants, and general office workers find this program useful in developing their productivity and capacity for advancement.

  • Bookkeeping
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

    This certificate of achievement provides career preparation in bookkeeping processes. Graduates may seek employment as bookkeepers in business, industry, or government agencies.

  • Business Intelligence Systems
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

    This certificate of achievement provides students with a strong foundation in various aspects of business intelligence development. The certificate program helps prepare students for the Microsoft Business Intelligence certification.

  • Business Management Generalist/Business Transfer
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

    The Business Management Generalist degree provides practical application of business principles to a variety of career paths. Most courses also have direct application to life experiences.

    The Business Transfer degree provides students with the dual option of seeking entry-level business positions and/or continuing their studies at a four-year institution. Currently, Bellevue University, Midland University, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, Northwest Missouri State, and University of Nebraska at Omaha accept this degree. Areas of emphasis include accounting, economics, management, and marketing.

  • Entrepreneurship Generalist
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

    The Entrepreneurship Generalist certificate of achievement supports those with existing businesses as well as those seeking to develop new business opportunities by combining career field and entrepreneurial skill development.

  • Financial Planning/Financial Studies
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

    This certificate of achievement provides students with practical experience in fields of personal investment strategies related to retirement planning, estate planning, and tax-advantaged investments. Upon completion of this program, potential employment opportunities exist with companies, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations in the financial services industry.

    The skills developed in this certificate of achievement may be in one or a combination of careers involving contemporary financial studies. Opportunities for state or national certification may also be available.

  • Management Specialist
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

    This certificate of achievement recognizes the development of entry-level interpersonal and applied managerial skills for an entrepreneurial or employment setting.

  • Office Professional
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

    Office professionals are the core of most businesses. As businesses continue to expand and work with increasingly complex technology, the need for advanced training and professional certification becomes more important every day. This degree prepares students to keep the offices organized and running smoothly and work with much of the valuable data that companies need to flourish.

  • Office Technology
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

    This certificate of achievement provides students with the basic knowledge and skills necessary for entry-level clerical positions in an office environment.

  • Computer Programming
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    This certificate of achievement provides students with a foundation in programming logic and modern computer languages. Students become familiar with a language that is utilized in today's IT businesses.

  • Computer Science
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    This degree provides students with the dual option of seeking entry-level programming positions and/or continuing their studies at a four-year institution. Currently, Bellevue University and the University of Nebraska at Omaha accept this degree. Areas of emphasis include Logic C, C++, VB, and Java.

  • Cyber Security
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    This degree prepares students to engage in the issues and emerging information and management concepts related to cyber security. Students are provided with a strong technical foundation to analyze, identify, plan, and apply the knowledge and skills learned to defend a network.

  • Database Management
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    Databases are the core of today’s information systems and comprise one of the fastest growing areas of the information technology field. This degree provides students with a strong technical foundation in the design, implementation, and management of a relational database system.

  • Desktop Support Specialist
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    This program provides critical services to ensure effective IT operations. Students gain a diverse set of skills to provide desktop support covering a multitude of technologies including software support, hardware support, basic networking skills, telephony support, security and a wide range of other technology issues.

  • Front End Web Development
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    This degree prepares students to successfully manage the World Wide Web environment. Students are provided with a strong technical foundation in developing content for the World Wide Web and any Internet-related support.

  • Management Information Systems
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    This degree provides students with the dual option of seeking entry-level programming positions and/or continuing their studies at a four-year institution. Currently, Bellevue University and the University of Nebraska at Omaha accept this degree. Areas of emphasis include Logic C, C++, VB, and Java.

  • Programming for Database/Web
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    This degree option provides students with a strong foundation in program design, Web programming and design, and database processing that is needed in today’s business world. Students gain experience in databases, Web design, and programming languages.

  • Server Administration
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    This degree prepares students to successfully implement, configure, and maintain a Windows server in the Active Directory environment of large companies. Students gain a strong technical foundation in monitoring and managing a network infrastructure.

  • Server Technician
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    This certificate of achievement provides students with an introduction to data center operations. Students learn how to assist in monitoring and implementing data center projects.

  • UNIX/Linux Operating Systems
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    UNIX and Linux are popular operating systems in the information world today. This certificate of achievement provides skills in using these operating systems.

  • Versatilist Information Technology
    Computer, Information, and Technology

    Information technology is an integral part of today’s business environment. The Versatilist Information Technology degree allows students to customize their program of study, while at the same time being able to change easily to another focus. This degree provides a process where students can adapt to the requirements of current and future IT trends.

  • General Studies/Academic Transfer
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

    This degree focuses on career areas as well as general education. It offers students an associate degree program that allows some latitude in selection of courses in areas of interest. Students should work with an advisor or counselor in planning the coursework for this degree.

  • Language Interpretation
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

    This certificate offers students the opportunity to improve their language interpreting skills while earning a certificate in interpreting entirely online. Specially designed courses help up-and-coming interpreters learn the skills required to excel in this rewarding field.

  • Liberal Arts (Arts/Creative Studies)
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

    The Associate of Arts degree strengthens foundation skills, provides broad understanding, and develops thinking skills as students prepare for advanced sequences of courses at four-year institutions. Each transfer institution publishes requirements for admission, general education, and major concentration areas. Students should consult the catalog of the transfer institution of their choice. This degree can be completed online by selecting courses with the online course designation.

    The Associate in Arts degree in Creative Writing offers students training in the basic components of effective creative writing in at least two genres: poetry, fiction or creative nonfiction, culminating with a capstone portfolio/project of his/her personal works. Students analyze and evaluate creative works, understanding the complex characteristics of literature and creative effectiveness. Additionally, students are exposed to the general background information and historical origins, introductory elements, and creative foundations in at least two of the fine arts: visual art, music, the humanities, and theater. This degree prepares students for work as a creative writer, or for transfer to a four-year college, earning a bachelor's in fine arts degree.

  • Health Information Management Systems
    Medical Administration

    Graduates of the Health Data and Information Management (HDIM) program are prepared to work in health information management (HIM) in organizations that create, manage, and utilize health information. Their roles range from clinical coder, data analyst, and cancer registrar to electronic health record specialist. The program combines online instruction, online practical activities, and an in-person practicum experience to prepare students for entry-level employment in the health information management field. Graduates are prepared to pursue a bachelor's degree at an accredited health information management college or university.

    This certificate of achievement provides the basic foundation necessary to work in healthare facilities in an entry-level medical secretary/receptionist position.


  • Health Information Technology Professional
    Medical Administration

    The implementation, configuration, and support of health information systems is vital in today's healthcare industry. This program instructs students on the management of health IT systems, quality improvement through meaningful use of health information technology, security and exchange of protected health information, and the creation of administrative efficiencies through these systems. Students completing this degree are prepared to work as health IT specialists in a clinical or acute care setting.

  • Medical Coding & Billing
    Medical Administration

    Using their acquired knowledge and skills, this degree prepares students for entry-level employment in a healthcare facility as a successful coding specialist.

  • Medical Office Management
    Medicine and Health Care

    This degree provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively perform the duties needed in the supervision of medical office staff.

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