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What are some programs of study offered at Henry Ford Community College?

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Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn, Michigan, offers associate degrees and certificates in fields such as business, math and science, health care, education and criminal justice. Other programs include workforce development, corporate training, skilled trades and apprenticeship training and various student services.

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Specific associate degrees within the institution's associate degree program are Associate of Business degrees in Automotive Service Management - Business Concentration and Administrative and Information Management, an Associate of Arts in Arab Cultural Studies, and Associate of Applied Science degrees in Architecture/Construction Technology and Automotive Service Management - Technical Concentration. Specifications for each concentration are available on the school's website.

Specific certificates available from Henry Ford Community College include Certificates of Achievement in Biotechnology, Computer Information Systems - Application Developer, Computer Software Applications, Culinary Skills, and Energy Technology - Renewable Energy Basic.

The school's Workforce and Professional Development program works with businesses to provide additional job skills, including through online continuing education classes. The Office of Corporate Training provides similar services that are designed in response in specific client needs. The Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship program focuses on providing both theoretical and practical job-related training to students working in industrial jobs. The program serves over 40 different job fields.

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