Institution Name:  Columbus State Community College

Point of Contact:  Mark Gerko, Chairperson, Engineering & Transportation Technologies

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Brief Description of Institution:  Columbus State Community College is Central Ohio’s front door to higher education. It reflects the demographics of the area while leveraging the college's rich diversity for the benefit of our local and global communities. Founded in 1963 as a technical school with 67 students, it was re-chartered as a community college in the 1980s and has grown to serve roughly 25,000 students each year. Columbus State’s Arts and Sciences division allows students to earn an associate degree then transfer to a four-year institution to begin work on a bachelor’s degree. The college’s Career and Technical Programs Division also offers two-year degree programs in areas including business, health, hospitality, public service, human services and engineering technologies. The Columbus Campus is located on the fringe of downtown with more than two dozen buildings including the Center for Workforce Development.

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Manufacturing Programs:

Program  Course Name Certification(s) Delivered  Credit/Non-Credit 
Welding Technology - Associate of Applied Science SKTR 2780 Welding: Cert Preparation American Welding Society, D 1.1 Multiple Processes Credit    

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