The Certificate in Military Technologies Program prepares students with the skills required for successful execution of duties in the fields of Military Leadership, Logistics, and Dangerous Materials Handling. Military technologies are an ever-expanding art that involves complex systems, hardware and technologies that possess ever increasing civilian applications. Dependent upon critical thought processes and the ability to utilize these ever evolving technologies, today’s military personnel are involved in mission planning, risks assessment, identifying potential hazards, supervising preparations, identifying and maintaining assets, training personnel, and conducting and supervising additional duties. This certificate program encompasses and addresses these required skills.
The certificate program consist of 3 separate tracks or separate certificates; Leadership, Logistics, Dangerous Materials Handling. Each certificate requires the successful completion of 30 credit hours. Students may seek an individual certificate track or complete all three. Most courses within each certificate track are commonly offered at formal military schools and military installations throughout the Department of Defense. Credit may be awarded for previous attendance at these schools. Upon verification of documentation, students may transfer in up to 24 credit hours for successful completion of approved military courses. Each certificate track requires the completion of 6 credit hours from the listed courses below with Barton Community College to meet residency requirements. An overall 2.0 grade point average must be achieved for graduation.
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