Fast Facts: New Programs at Sinclair Target Employment Gaps

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

With the start of the fall semester, Sinclair Community College introduced new degree and certificate programs targeting specific job-related needs for the Dayton community. A new short-term certificate allows students to earn Federal Aviation Association credentials and ratings to become a professional pilot, as well as becoming an important step toward a potential bachelor’s degree in aviation science. The new associate’s degree for healthcare simulation technology challenges students to coordinate and manage simulation exercises as a resource for utilizing simulation, as well as collaborate in the maintenance and repair of simulation equipment. The college also added an associate degree in public health. The programs are a direct response to needs of Dayton-area employers, and creating job opportunities to match, according to Sinclair President Steve Johnson.

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