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What are some programs offered by Dakota County Technical College?

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Dakota County Technical College has programs in business and management, design and technology, industry careers, general education, transportation, health and human services and continuing education. The college offers programs on its campus and online; it has full length programs, which have degrees and certificates for undergraduates, along with short-term programs, which are continuing learning programs for professionals.

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Within Dakota County Technical College's programs are many specialized areas of study. The Business and Management department offers degrees in Accounting, Electronic Health Info Management, Executive and Administrative Assistant, Legal Administrative Assistant, Medical Administrative Specialist, Business Administration and Business Management. Students can also design individualized degrees through the Individualized Studies program.

The college has numerous degrees within the Industry Careers program as well. Options include Biomedical Equipment Technology, Civil Engineering Technology, Electrical Construction and Maintenance, Brewing and Beer Standard Technology, Energy Technical Specialist and Nanoscience Technology.

The program of Design and Technology also offers a diverse array of specialties. Degree options include Information Systems Management, Networking Administration, Architectural Technology, Interior Design, Landscape Horticulture, Graphic Design Technology, Software Development and Photography. Some degrees in the Health and Human Services program include Dental Assistant, Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant, Exercise and Sport Science, Sports Management and Early Childhood and Youth Development.

Continuing Education has Business and Management, Health Care, Manufacturing and Trades, Transportation and Safety and Computers and Technology degrees, among others. General Education has studies in General Education and Developmental Education. The Transportation program has specialized degrees in Automotive Technician, Heavy Duty Truck Technology and Auto Body Collision Technology.

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