Tennessee College of Applied Technology Athens: Majors & Ratings

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Tennessee College of Applied Technology Athens offers 11 majors and allows you to earn your several-month certificate, 1-year certificate, or 2-year certificate.

Below we list majors offered at Tennessee College of Applied Technology Athens as well as diplomas and certificates available for each major.

Automotive and Mechanic Majors

Autobody, Collision and Repair Technology
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
· 2-year certificate
Automotive Mechanics Technology
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
· 2-year certificate
Mechanics-Schools.com rating: Automotive and Mechanic Program Rating - Fair
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Electrical and Electronics Majors

Electrician
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
Industrial Electronics Technology
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
Other Electromechanical Instrumentation Technologies
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
· 2-year certificate
Electrical-Schools.com rating: Electrical and Electronics Program Rating - Fair
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Industrial Technologies Majors

Industrial Electronics Technology
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
Machine Tool Technology
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
· 2-year certificate
Other Electromechanical Instrumentation Technologies
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
· 2-year certificate
Welding Technology
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
Mechanics-Schools.com rating: Industrial Technologies Program Rating - Fair
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Installation and Repair Majors

Industrial Electronics Technology
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
Mechanics-Schools.com rating: Installation and Repair Program Rating - Fair
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Nursing Majors

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

Other Business Operations Support and Secretarial Services
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
Secretary-Schools.com rating: Office and Clerical Services Program Rating - Below Average
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Pharmacy Majors

Pharmacy Technician
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
Best-Pharmacy-Schools.com rating: Pharmacy Program Rating - Below Average
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Welding Majors

Welding Technology
· several-month certificate
· 1-year certificate
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