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Certificate Programs: CT.AIT - Agricultural & Industrial Technology - Industrial Technician
OPEID #001209 - CIP #01.0205
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Agricultural and Industrial Technology is an inter-disciplinary program designed to prepare the student for or for positions of employment requiring a general background in the application of technology or for transfer to the state university system. The introductory program in Industrial Mechanics is intended to allow students to acquire a solid base of skills in a variety of mechanical areas. More advanced skills can be learned in courses leading to the Industrial Technician certificate.
Typical careers in the area of Agricultural & Industrial Technology might include: farm shop and equipment

SOC Code: 49-3041.00 - Farm Equipment Mechanics and Service Technicians

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Credential Level:01-Undergraduate Certificate
Minimum # Units needed for completion:19 units
Maximum # Units needed for completion:25 units
Average # Semesters required for completion: * 2 semesters (10 months)
Approved for Federal Assistance: ** Yes

* Most students are part time and take an average of 6 units per semester. Additionally, many students need to complete basic skills courses prior to taking college level courses. Consequently, the program completion time will vary relative to the number of units enrolled in per semester and basic skills courses needed.
** Hartnell College offers a variety of financial aid programs that are funded by the federal and state government and private sources to help you get through college. These include grants, work-study opportunities, scholarships, and loan programs. Since there are so many ways to finance your education, Hartnell's Financial Aid Office can provide key information to help you access the kind of assistance to meet your unique needs. To get started go http://old-www.hartnell.edu/financial_aid/FASFA.html
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Gainful Employment Details for
Graduates from:

July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013

Books & Supplies:$433.00
Activities Fee:$10.00
In State Tuition & Fees:$46.00 (per unit)
Out of State Tuition & Fees:$179.00 (per unit)
Total In-State
Program Costs:
$1,317.00 - $1,593.00
Total Out-of-State
Program Costs:
$3,844.00 - $4,918.00

Total # Graduates:0
# completing in Normal Time:0
    # currently Employed:N/A
# completing with Debt:0
    # with Federal Debt:0
    # with Private Debt:0
    # with Institutional Debt:0
Median Cumulative Debt:$0.00

All students who completed between July 1, 2012 and June 30,2013 are included in this calculation.
Information gathered through graduation rates submitted through MIS data.