Degrees, Diplomas & Certificates

Depending on your educational and career goals, you can earn a variety of credentials at Piedmont Tech. Most of our programs are structured so that you can start with a certificate program, get right to work, then transfer your credits into a more advanced program at a later date if you need to.

  • General Technology - Patient Care Technician

    Graduates of the Patient Care Technician program must complete the following courses to earn an Associate in Applied Science with a major in General Technology. The minimum total credit hours required is 62-63. Students are required to complete all courses with a "C" or better.

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  • General Technology - Pharmacy Technology (A.A.S.)

    Graduates of the Pharmacy Technology program must complete the following courses to earn an Associate in Applied Science with a major in General Technology. The minimum total credit hours required is 62-63. Students are required to complete all courses with a "C" or better.

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  • General Technology - Surgical Technology (A.A.S.)

    Graduates of the Surgical Technology program must complete the following courses to earn an Associate in Applied Science with a major in General Technology. The minimum total credit hours required is 76.

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  • General Technology - Welding (A.A.S.)

    Students in the A.A.S. program learn to weld in the four main positions: flat, vertical, horizontal and overhead on both structured steel and pipe.

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  • Greenhouse Management Certificate

    The purpose of the Greenhouse Management Certificate is to cultivate enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and skilled professionals that are equipped for careers in the field of greenhouse management, including knowledge of managing greenhouse structures and growing greenhouse crops by providing them with theoretical and hands-on, industry and research-backed training in the latest greenhouse management sciences, practices, technologies and equipment.

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  • Health Care Certificate

    Students completing this certificate will gain a skillset allowing them to work in a number of health care related occupations. Students also have the option of transitioning to other health care programs.

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  • Heating Fundamentals Certificate

    The Heating Fundamentals certificate provides students with the theory and hands-on training in the operation of heating and cooling system design and component application. The certificate program will focus on concepts of installation, service repair, preventative maintenance and start-up of heating and cooling systems.

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  • Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Technology (A.A.S.)

    One of the fastest-growing service occupations, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning has seen major changes over the past years as a result of the national emphasis on fuel conservation and environmental concerns.

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  • Horticulture Technology (A.A.S.)

    The Associate in Applied Science–Major in Horticulture Technology prepares students for supervisory, middle management and technical positions in horticulture. Graduates of the two-year Horticulture Technology major may pursue careers in landscape design, construction, and maintenance as well as nursery operations, professional sports turf management and lawn care maintenance.

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  • Human Resources Management

    The Human Resources Management certificate prepares students to pursue entry-level HR generalist positions. Students learn the basic types of management and supervisory skills. They also learn the employment laws that affect the workplace, as well as the main human resource functions that all HR professionals perform in business and industry.

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