Spoon River College: Majors & Ratings

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Spoon River College offers 32 majors and allows you to earn your several-month certificate, 1-year certificate, or associate's degree.

Below we list majors offered at Spoon River College as well as diplomas and certificates available for each major.

Agriculture Majors

Agricultural Business and Management
· associate's degree
Agricultural Mechanics and Equipment
· associate's degree
Crop Production
· several-month certificate
Agriculture-Schools.com rating: Agriculture Program Rating - Fair
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Automotive and Mechanic Majors

Agricultural Mechanics and Equipment
· associate's degree
Mechanics-Schools.com rating: Automotive and Mechanic Program Rating - Fair
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Biology Majors

Biological and Physical Sciences
· associate's degree
Biology-Colleges.com rating: Biology Program Rating - Below Average
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Business Majors

Agricultural Business and Management
· associate's degree
Entrepreneurial Studies
· associate's degree
Retailing and Retail Operations
· several-month certificate
Small Business Administration and Management
· several-month certificate
Best-Business-Colleges.com rating: Business Program Rating - Fair
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Computer Science Majors

Multimedia and Information Resources Design
· several-month certificate
· associate's degree
Computer-Science-Schools.com rating: Computer Science Program Rating - Below Average
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Education Majors

Elementary Education and Teaching
· associate's degree
General Special Education and Teaching
· associate's degree
Best-Education-Schools.com rating: Education Program Rating - Below Average
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General Studies Majors

Biological and Physical Sciences
· associate's degree
General Studies
· associate's degree
Liberal Arts and Sciences
· associate's degree - Popular
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Graphic Design and Animation Majors

Graphic Design
· several-month certificate
Multimedia and Information Resources Design
· several-month certificate
· associate's degree
Graphic-Schools.com rating: Graphic Design and Animation Program Rating - Below Average
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Industrial Technologies Majors

Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technology
· several-month certificate
Welding Technology
· several-month certificate
Mechanics-Schools.com rating: Industrial Technologies Program Rating - Fair
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Installation and Repair Majors

Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technology
· several-month certificate
Mechanics-Schools.com rating: Installation and Repair Program Rating - Fair
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Management Majors

Agricultural Business and Management
· associate's degree
Entrepreneurial Studies
· associate's degree
Small Business Administration and Management
· several-month certificate
Best-Management-Schools.com rating: Management Program Rating - Fair
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Medical Majors

Emergency Medical Technology
· several-month certificate
Health Information and Medical Records Administration
· associate's degree
Health Information and Medical Records Technology
· 1-year certificate
Med-Colleges.com rating: Medical Program Rating - Fair
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Medical Assistant Majors

Emergency Medical Technology
· several-month certificate
Medical Assistant
· 1-year certificate
Medical Insurance Coding Specialist
· several-month certificate
Medical Insurance Specialist and Medical Biller
· 1-year certificate
Medical Transcription
· several-month certificate
Medical-Assistant-Colleges.com rating: Medical Assistant Program Rating - Fair
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Natural Resources and Environment Majors

Natural Resources Management and Policy
· several-month certificate
· associate's degree
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Nursing Majors

Licensed Practical and Vocational Nurse Training
· 1-year certificate
Nursing Assistant, Aide and Patient Care Assistant
· several-month certificate
Registered Nursing
· associate's degree
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
General Office Occupations and Clerical Services
· several-month certificate
Health Information and Medical Records Administration
· associate's degree
Office Automation Technology and Data Entry
· several-month certificate
Secretary-Schools.com rating: Office and Clerical Services Program Rating - Below Average
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Retailing and Wholesaling Majors

Retailing and Retail Operations
· several-month certificate
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Trucking Majors

Truck and Bus Driver, Commercial Vehicle Operation
· several-month certificate
Best-Trucking-Schools.com rating: Trucking Program Rating - Below Average
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Welding Majors

Welding Technology
· several-month certificate
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Work and Family Studies Majors

Adult Development and Aging
· associate's degree
Child Care Providing
· several-month certificate
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