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By choosing John A. Logan College, you will have access to a comprehensive agriculture and general studies curriculum over the next two years that will prepare you for either further studies in agriculture or direct employment in the industry.
The Auto Collision Technology program will provide you with all the fundamentals you will need to enter into a career in the auto collision industry. Using ICAR curriculum, you will learn the latest procedures for repairing late-model vehicles, while also picking up many techniques for performing restoration and custom repairs in this mainly hands-on program.
The Automotive Service Technology program can start your career to the automotive industry firing right on all cylinders. We teach about current trends and technology used in the industry, while also covering the performance side of the industry.
Course Descriptions for Automotive Services Technology
Advisor for Automotive Services Technology: Joseph Roach
The biomedical electronics technology program prepares students for an entry level biomedical positions in area hospitals, healthcare facilities, and healthcare vendors. Technicians install, use, maintain, and train healthcare personnel on highly technical electronic-based medical equipment.
Program Guide for Biomedical Electronics Technology
Course Descriptions for Electronics
Advisor for Biomedical Electronics Technology: See advisor page
Computer Support and Networking (CS&N) A.A.S Degree covers a wide-range of Information Technology skill sets that area employers request. These include fundamental electronics training along with a strong emphasis on microprocessor operations, microcontrollers, computer hardware and repair, networking (LAN and WAN), and computer security. It is heavily supported and critiqued by local information technology employers.
Advisor for Computer Support and Networking: See advisor page
The mission of John A. Logan College’s Construction Management Technology Program is to provide our students with an excellent program of instruction in construction management that is current with industry practice and will prepare them for management positions in the construction industry.
Program Guide for Construction Management Technology
Course Descriptions for Construction Management Technology
Advisor for Construction Management Technology: Bart Pulliam
The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electronic Technology prepares graduates for a career as an Electronics Technician, with job skills that include basic electrical system installation, operations, maintenance, troubleshooting and service.
The electrical engineering program provides students with a solid foundation in studies that include circuits, analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, physics, and calculus.
Program Brochure for Electrical Engineering Technology
Program Guide for Electrical Engineering Technology
Course Descriptions for Electronics
Advisor for Electronics Engineering Technology: See advisor page
GRD prepares students for entry level positions in print shops, ad agencies, magazine and newspaper publishers, television and online video media markets, online marketing (web / social media). The program includes hands-on training in typography, logo design, photography, animation, videography, layout, and web design.
The HVAC/R degree and certificate programs prepare students into immediate employment opportunities in the service, installation, maintenance, and sheet metal fields. The mission of the Heating and Air program is to provide skills and workmanship in all areas of HVAC/R.
Course Descriptions for Heating and Air Conditioning
Advisor for Heating and Air Conditioning: Jason Stutes
The Industrial Maintenance program prepares students for careers in facilities maintenance and industrial repair positions. Hands-on training areas include basic electricity, wood framing, HVAC, welding, hydraulics & pneumatics, and machining.
Industrial Maintenance Engineering Technicians work in industrial and manufacturing or research and development and are involved in maintenance, modification, testing, inspection, quality control, prototyping, and sometimes development of complex electronics-based equipment and devices. Hands-on training includes electronics, programmable logic controllers, computer hardware, computer networking, hydraulics, pneumatics, industrial motors, and VFD’s .
Advisor for Mechatronics Engineering Technology: See advisor page
The Welding program prepares students for entry-level employment in a wide range of construction, manufacturing, and industrial companies. The course includes shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, oxy fuel welding, metallurgy, and blueprint reading.