Central Carolina Community CollegeThe Central Carolina Community College
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The Central Carolina Community College is a two-year, open college in the North Carolina Community College System. Both the college has campuses in Chatham, Harnett and Lee County, as well as a number of centres to minister those areas. The Central Carolina Community College bietet Associate in Arts, Associate in Science und Associate in Applied Science an.
A lot of graduates spend their first two years at Central Carolina and then move to a four-year university. One year or short professional and academical studies result in a degree or certification. It also provides non-curricular crediting programmes in the field of adults' learning and other types of adults' learning in the fields of technology, profession, academia and generalisation.
As part of the professional education, we train nursing staff, educators, policemen, bioprocess engineers and many other important specialists. The college is home to Lee Early College in association with Lee County Public Schools. They have one of the few laser photonics technology programmes at a community college in the United States.
The only alternative energy technology: Biofuel course at a North Carolina Community College. In addition, Central Carolina provides comprehensive educational assistance to the economy and industries through its Industrial Relations Office and three small businesses centers. The Lee County Campus des Central Carolina Community College befindet sich à Sanford, Caroline du Nord.
The school has 23,300 m2 (251,000 sqm) of schoolroom, shops, laboratories, a reading room and an academic assistance centre. It comprises the 3,300 m2 Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center with its large showroom, audience and meeting rooms. The other college plants in Lee County comprise the 20,000 sq ft (1,900 m2) North Carolina School of Telecommunications, the 116 acres (0. 47 km2) Emergency Services Training Center and the Jonesboro Center for adult learning.
Harnett County is between Lillington and Buies Creek, NC. It has 7,100 sq. meters (76,000 sq. feet) of exhibition area, a dedicated archive and a scientific assistance center. Triangle South Enterprise Center in Dunn is a cooperative of the College, the Dunn Committee of 100 and Harnett County.
The building offers room for teaching and is used as an incubator for small businesses and is home to one of the university's small businesses centres. It also runs a beauty college in Dunn and has a 790 square meter centre in Western Harnett Industrial Park. Chatham County Campus is in Pittsboro, North Carolina.
The school has 4,000 m2 of teaching area, a teaching and research centre and a teaching area. The 1,530 m2 schooling and laboratory facility for renewable technologies will be added to accommodate eco-friendly farming, renewable fuels and construction programmes, as well as catering and art classes.
An 2,200 square meter shared college Chatham County neighborhood will be built. Vocational school for arts and crafts: The sculptures programme is in Siler City, North Carolina. Today's Siler City Center will be superseded by a new 170,000 sqm center in the Central Carolina Business Park.