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Commercial truck drivers operate tractor-trailer trucks to transport products all across the country. They haul long distances, often across state lines, to deliver their products.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**
Information Science Technology Technical Certificate 1 year $2,520

Computer Systems analysts, or Computer Programmers, work on the hardware and networking side of the computer industry. They analyze data processing problems and procedures that allow them to implement and improve existing computer systems and review computer system capabilities, workflow and scheduling limitations.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**
Information Science Technology Certificate of Proficiency .5 years $1,260
General Technology Associate of Applied Science, Information Science Focus 2 years $5,040

Diesel technicians inspect, maintain, repair and care for diesel engines. Some diesel technicians specialize in a specific type of vehicle. When commercial transportation has malfunctions, they diagnose the problems and find solutions.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**
Diesel Technology Certificate of Proficiency .3 years
Diesel Technology Associate of Applied Science 2 years
Automotive Service Technology Associate of Applied Science 2 years

Welders fuse and cut metal materials. They can work in several different industries, so welders might build structures or repair existing infrastructure.

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Program Certificate Length* Cost**
Welding Technology Associates of Applied Science 2 years

*Length of program may vary if transfer credits or prior learning experience apply.

**Costs are estimates only and are based on in-state, per-credit-hour tuition prices for one- and two-year degrees. Fees not included. For the most current and accurate tuition price, please contact the college financial aid advisor.