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Elementary Education
Area of Study

The Elementary Education Area of Study provides courses that prepare you for transfer into any of the Mississippi accredited university options for educator preparatory programs. You will receive the general core requirements that prepare you to transition into university course work, clinical experiences, and research-based practices to be a highly qualified educator. Introductory courses in education will allow you to explore the teaching profession and the powerful impact of schooling as both a transmitter of culture and a powerful agent for change.

Electronics Technology
Program of Study

When you graduate from our Electronics Technology program, you will be capable of correlating the activities of scientific research, engineering, and production for a wide variety of occupational fields and will possess the capability of working and communicating directly with engineers, scientists, and other technical personnel in their specialized areas.

Electro-Mechanical Technology
Program of Study

Our Electro-Mechanical Technology curriculum includes a program of study for a career certificate, technical certificate, and an Associate of Applied Science Degree. When you graduate, you’ll be prepared to enter the job market in a variety of areas. In our program, you will receive basic instruction in a wide variety of areas including safety, machinery maintenance, troubleshooting/service, blueprint reading, basic machining, fundamentals of industrial electricity, CAD, fluid power, industrial controls, and PLC programming.

Electrical Technology
Program of Study

Electrical Technology prepares you for employment in the electrical field. Classes include instruction with laboratory exercises using industry-grade equipment. You will learn to install, maintain, and repair electrically energized systems found in residential, commercial, and industrial settings.

Early Childhood Education Technology
Program of Study

Early Childhood Education Technology supports the development of teachers of young children ages birth through eight years. You will gain knowledge and skills that support children’s growth while working in partnership with parents. Our program offers educational opportunities for experienced educators as well as those beginning in the profession. In the end, you will earn an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Early Childhood Education Technology.

Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Program of Study

Sonography is an imaging modality that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images for diagnosis. Our Diagnostic Medical Sonography program will train you to use imaging equipment and sound waves to generate images of the human body. You will be trained to create and analyze these ultrasounds.

Dental Assisting Technology
Program of Study

When you successfully complete the Dental Assisting program at Hinds Community College, you will be eligible to sit for the national certification exam offered by the Dental Assisting National Board.

Cybersecurity Technology
Program of Study

Our Cybersecurity program option offers training in the areas of confidentiality, integrity, and availability in information security. You will learn to install, design, manage, operate, plan, and troubleshoot a secure information technology infrastructure.

Culinary Arts Technology
Program of Study

The Our Culinary Arts Technology concentration provides a solid foundation in the methods and science of cooking through exposure to classical, American, and international cuisine, as well as the art of baking and pastries.

Criminal Justice
Area of Study

Criminal Justice is a generic term that refers to the laws, procedures, institutions, and policies at play before, during, and after a crime. As a student in the Criminal Justice Area of Study, you will explore various types of crime, their investigation, prosecution and defense, courtroom rules and procedures, and many other areas involving the justice system. The Criminal Justice Area of Study meets the necessary general education requirements and will expose you to specific criminal justice courses such as: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Police Administration and Organization, Juvenile Justice, and Introduction to Corrections.

Cosmetology
Program of Study

Emphasis is placed on theory and practice involving hairstyling, tinting, bleaching, anatomy, physiology, hygiene, bacteriology, sterilization, sanitation, shampooing, permanents, personality, hair cutting, scalp treatments, beauty salon management, and wigology.

Computer Science
Area of Study

This area of study will introduce you to the general computer science curriculum, building the foundation for upper-level computing specialties, while completing the general education requirements for most baccalaureate degrees. You can also draw on other areas of interest such as biology, business, cyber security, economics, engineering, information assurance, languages and linguistics, mathematics, physics, or public policy to address a wider range of complex issues.

Collision Repair Technology
Program of Study

Our Collision Repair Technology program will provide you with the specialized skills you’ll need for entry-level jobs in the collision repair and refinishing trade. You will receive the best training and instruction in repair and refinish work, beginning with basic applications and progressing to heavy collision repairs requiring major body and frame alignment and panel replacement.

Clothing & Fashion Design Technology
Program of Study

Our program prepares you for entry-level occupations concerned with clothing and textiles services, including, but not limited to: construction, fabric design, fabric care, pattern design, principles of clothing construction and selection, fitting and alterations of ready-to-wear garments, custom tailoring, clothing maintenance, home furnishings, and textiles testing.

Child Care & Family Education
Area of Study

The Child Care & Family Education Area of Study is for those wanting a career in a field related to early childhood education (birth through 8 years, including Pre-K/K). These fields include child and family sciences, early childhood development, and child care and family education.

Chemistry Department
Academic Department

The Chemistry Department offers a variety of courses and corresponding labs to meet the needs of all academic majors. Organic I is offered each Fall semester and Organic II is offered each Spring semester and Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry is offered in the Spring.

Carpentry Technology
Program of Study

Our Carpentry Technology program is an instructional curriculum designed to prepare you for entry-level into the residential carpentry trade. You’ll be getting experience and education in blueprint reading, estimating, building, installing, and repairing structural units.

Brick, Block & Stonemasonry Technology
Program of Study

The Brick, Block and Stone Masonry program is an instructional curriculum that prepares you to lay brick, block, and/or stone. It includes instruction in laying out and/or spacing bonds; determining vertical and horizontal alignment of courses using gauges, plumb-bobs, and levels; and cutting, notching, and shaping blocks, bricks, and stone to construct or repair walls, partitions, arches, and fireplaces.

Biomedical Equipment Repair Technology
Program of Study

Our Biomedical Equipment Repair Technology program is an instructional and field service curriculum that provides you with the technical knowledge and skills necessary for gaining employment as a biomedical equipment technician.

Biology
Area of Study

The Biology Area of Study provides a strong foundation of quality science education for students interested in a career in the broad area of the life sciences. Students will explore the study of living things, the process of life, and the importance of science education in our everyday world. We promote lifelong learning through small class sizes, innovative faculty, and hands-on instruction.