Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®)’s Brunswick University Center is offering two new programs.
First, BUC will welcome the College’s Dispatch Training program (www.tri-c.edu/dispatch). The 12-week, 192-hour dispatcher course combines classroom and hands-on dispatch training. Students practice handling simulated calls with scenarios in law, fire, and EMS using 911 dispatch software.
Starting spring semester 2020, BUC will offer the College’s Medical Coding program (www.tri-c.edu/medicalcoding). The program uses the American Academy of Professional Coders curriculum and is designed to prepare students to take the Certified Professional Coder examination.
Located next to Brunswick High School and the recreation center, BUC is easily accessible from I-71 and Route 303.
Students can complete their transferrable associate degree by attending day or evening classes. Program offerings also include college coursework for high school students (College Credit Plus), workforce training in the manufacturing trades, and career and professional development classes in finance, ISO, leadership, project management, and Lean Six Sigma.
In addition, Franklin University and Tiffin University courses are located on-site. These local partnerships allow students to move seamlessly from community college classes into four-year university coursework while staying close to home. Students can complete bachelor’s degrees in Criminal Justice – Justice Administration; Business Administration and Management & Leadership; and Accounting and Forensic Accounting. Appointments can be made with university representatives during their office hours at the center.
Hours, the latest course schedule and more can be found at www.tri-c.edu/brunswick.