Kirksville Area Technical Center: Majors & Ratings

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Kirksville Area Technical Center offers 7 majors and allows you to earn your 1-year certificate.

Below we list majors offered at Kirksville Area Technical Center as well as diplomas and certificates available for each major.

Automotive and Mechanic Majors

Autobody, Collision and Repair Technology
· 1-year certificate
Automotive Mechanics Technology
· 1-year certificate
Mechanics-Schools.com rating: Automotive and Mechanic Program Rating - Below Average
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Broadcasting Majors

General Graphic Communications
· 1-year certificate
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Construction Majors

General Construction Trades
· 1-year certificate
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Graphic Design and Animation Majors

General Graphic Communications
· 1-year certificate
Graphic-Schools.com rating: Graphic Design and Animation Program Rating - Below Average
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Nursing Majors

Licensed Practical and Vocational Nurse Training
· 1-year certificate - Popular
Best-Nursing-Colleges.com rating: Nursing Program Rating - Fair
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Office and Clerical Services Majors

General Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Science
· 1-year certificate
Secretary-Schools.com rating: Office and Clerical Services Program Rating - Below Average
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Work and Family Studies Majors

Child Care Providing
· 1-year certificate
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