The Architectural Engineering Technology Program is a two-year technical program designed to give the student essential knowledge and skills required for efficient and productive performance in the architectural field. Copiah-Lincoln grants an Associate in Applied Science degree to students upon satisfactory completion of the curriculum and assists in placing students in gainful employment.
Special Admission Requirements are: Minimum ACT composite of 14.
1. Recommended supplies: Laptop computer (see advisor for specifications)
The Healthcare Data Technology program of study is designed to prepare students to work in office positions in hospitals, doctors' offices, health clinics, insurance companies, and other health-related organizations. The student will develop skills using medical terminology, accounting, transcription, coding, and computer software applications. Healthcare Data Technology is a 2-year program of study that requires courses in the vocational-technical core, designated areas of concentration, and the academic core. The Associate of Applied Science degree is earned upon the successful completion of the program.
The Business and Office Technology program offers training in Windows, Web Design: Expression Web, Quickbooks, and Microsoft Office 2010: Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook. The program is a two-year program that teaches the theory and practical applications necessary for employment in business, industry, government agencies, and professional areas. It exposes students to office career options, which involve the management of people and equipment resources, as well as an opportunity to recognize the relationship between worker and supervisor.
1. Must meet all general admission requirements set forth by Copiah-Lincoln Community College.
2. Must have a minimum ACT composite score of 14.
3. BOT 1013 Keyboarding or equivalent is strongly recommended.
4. MS-CPAS exam required upon exit. (MS-CPAS Exam Description)
The Accounting Technology option prepares students for entry-level accounting positions in accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and inventory as well as enhances the skills of persons currently employed in accounting who wish to advance. The program provides a foundation for students transferring to a four-year college or university to pursure a specialized degree in the field.
The Healthcare Data Technology option is designed to prepare students to work in office positions in hospitals, doctors' offices, health clinics, insurance companies, and other health related organizations. The student will develop skills using medical terminology, accounting, transcription, coding, and computer software applications.
The Microcomputer Technology option is designed for a student who wants to manage the microcomputer operations in an office, including software configuration, troubleshooting, network administration and system operation.
The Office Systems Technology option is designed to give students a broad overview of the entire office function and provide students an opportunity to investigate the integration of systems.
*This is the only program option that allows students to acquire a technical certificate upon completion of the freshman year.
National Technical Honor Society
Phi Theta Kappa
Industrial Maintenance and Instrumentation Technology is an instructional program that provides the student with technical knowledge and skills necessary for gaining employment as an industrial maintenance systems technician. This curriculum is designed as a two-year technical program. Upon completion of the program, an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Industrial Maintenance Technology will be awarded.
The Industrial Maintenance and Instrumentation Technology options on the Wesson and Natchez campus focuses on basic skills necessary to enter the workforce in electrical, electro-mechanical, automation and maintenance fields. Graduates of the Industrial Maintenance option will be qualified for employment in the maintenance or engineering departments of various manufacturing operations.
Special admission requirements are:
1. Minimum ACT composite of 14.
2. Meet requirements for Intermediate Algebra.