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PROGRAMS & DEGREES

 

General Studies

 

General Studies and Transfer Programs

The AA/AS in General Studies degree is designed for students who would like to earn a foundation of general education and transfer to a baccalaureate program. 

 

>> Full program description and information

>> General Education Course List & requirement details

 

Transportation Programs

 

Transportation Programs

Select the program of interest below.

 

>> Automobile Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology

>> Automotive Technology

>> Diesel Technology

 

nursing students

 

Health and Safety Programs

Select the program of interest below.

 

Nursing & Health Occupations

>> Medical Administrative Assistant

>> Medical Coding & Insurance Billing

>> Paramedic

>> Pharmacy Technician

>> Practical Nurse

>> Pre-Dental Hygiene

>> Registered Nurse

>> Radiology Technology

>> Surgical Technology

 

Safety Occupations

>> Criminal Justice

>> Fire Science

 

Workforce Training Center

 

Workforce Training Center

The Workforce Training Center offers a cost-effective and time-effective way to meet your OSHA and general training requirements. CEU's are available for all classes. See trainings below:

 

>> Certified Nurse Assistant

>> HAZMAT

>> OSHA

>> NIMS

>> Welding

>> Customized

>> Business & Industry


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RECENT MSUB NEWS

Call for Art
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February 14, 2017

Northcutt Steele Gallery calls for Juried Student Exhibition art

 

 

Deadline for annual show is March 17; juried show runs from April 6-May 4.

 

MSUB Career Fair
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February 10, 2017

MSUB City College Hosts Career Fair

 

 

Students and community invited to attend first of two career fairs at the City College campus from 10 a.m. to 1p.m. on Feb. 23

Wine and Food Festival logo
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February 9, 2017

MSUB Foundation Hosts 2017 Wine & Food Festival Pre-Event

 

 

Wine study class held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. February 15. Cost is $60 per person