CAPPS CENTER

Accounting Technology

The Accounting Technology program of study prepares students for entry-level accounting positions in accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and inventory as well as enhances the skills of persons currently employed in accounting who wish to advance.  The program provides a foundation for students transferring to a four-year college or university to pursue a specialized degree in the field.

Admission Requirements

Students must submit a composite score of 14 or higher on the ACT.  Students 21 years old and older, who do not have an ACT score, must score at the 10th grade level or higher on the TABE.

Students who are returning to the program after an absence of a semester or more must graduate under the current catalog requirements.

Completion options include a Technical Certificate and an Associate of Applied Science degree.

For the list of courses required in this program, click here to visit the program check sheets page.

For the Gainful Employment information for the Technical Certificate, click here.

Instructors

CARMEN C. BROWN
cbrown@msdelta.edu
662-246-6547

AMANDA HARDIN
ahardin@msdelta.edu
662-246-6550

 

Administrative Office Technology

The Administrative Office Technology Program is an instructional program designed to prepare and train students for entry-level training in administrative office procedures, integrated computer applications, business financial systems, communication, accounting clerks, records clerks, transcriptionists, word processing specialists and to fill other positions requiring computer skills such as database management, Web design and desktop publishing.

Admission Requirements

Students must submit a composite score of 14 or higher on the ACT. Students 21 years or older, who do not have an ACT score, must score at the 10th grade level or higher on the TABE.

Students who are returning to the program after an absence of a semester or more must graduate under the current catalog requirements.

Completion options are a Technical Certificate and an Associate of Applied Science degree.

For the list of courses required in this program, click here to visit the program check sheets page.

For the Gainful Employment information for the Technical Certificate, click here.

Instructors

CARMEN C. BROWN
cbrown@msdelta.edu
662-246-6547

AMANDA HARDIN
ahardin@msdelta.edu
662-246-6550

 

Automotive Mechanics Technology

Automotive Mechanics is an instructional program that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles. Instruction includes the diagnosis of malfunctions and repair of engines, fuel, electrical, cooling, brake systems, and drive train and suspension systems. Instruction is also provided in the adjustment and repair of individual components such as transmissions and fuel systems. Students must have a valid driver’s license to enroll in this program.

Completion options include a Career Certificate, Technical Certificate and Associate of Applied Science degree.

For the list of courses required in this program, click here to visit the program check sheets page.

Click on the following links for the Gainful Employment information for the Automotive Mechanics certificates: Career Certificate | Technical Certificate

Instructors

NICK LOFTON
nlofton@msdelta.edu
662-246-6539

JOE GALEY
jgaley@msdelta.edu
662-246-6538

 

Automotive Machine Technology

The Automotive Machinist program is a nine-month career course structured to impart to students the knowledge and skills necessary to become a qualified automotive machinist.

Each student will learn by actually working on automotive, industrial and agricultural engines. Students will be taught all aspects of disassembly, inspection, remachining, and reassembly of an engine. They will learn how to determine if replacement parts are needed in an engine. Students will operate a variety of automotive machine shop equipment to include valve grinders, cylinder boring bars, crankshaft grinders, rod honing machines, engine balancers, and cleaning equipment. The basic principles of the internal combustion engine and general construction of the automotive engine are two of the main features of this curriculum. Students are introduced to the basics of blue-print reading. Students are also taught the use of precision measuring tools, (micrometers, calipers, dial indicators, etc.). These skills are useful in all automotive and machinist fields.

Completion option is a Career Certificate.

For the list of courses required in this program, click here to visit the program check sheets page.

For the Gainful Employment information for this program, click here.

Instructor

GILBERT LOPER
gloper@msdelta.edu
662-246-6555

 

Biomedical Electronics Technology

Biomedical Equipment Repair Technology is an instructional and field service program that provides the students with technical knowledge and skills necessary for gaining employment as a biomedical equipment technician. They are entry-level technicians who can install, set up, troubleshoot, integrate, program, test, operate, and repair biomedical equipment.

The AAS Degree in Electronics Technology (BMET) option will be awarded upon the successful completion of a minimum of 64 semester hours of the courses within the program.

Admission Requirements

Students must submit a composite score of 16 or higher on the ACT.  A minimum ACT score of 16 is also required on the mathematical usage and reading sections. Exceptions may be made with instructor permission for students that do not meet entrance requirements.  In addition to these ACT requirements, re-admit or transfer students must have a 2.0 cumulative GPA.

Completion option is an Associate of Applied Science degree.

For the list of courses required in this program, click here to visit the program check sheets page.

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Instructor

MICHAEL STEVENSON
mstevenson@msdelta.edu
662-246-6533