Marine Engine Certificate, Certificate & AAS Degree in Logistics & Supply Chain Management, and MSSC Logistics Certification Programs in Austin TX
Established in 1973, Austin Community College District (ACC) offers associate degree and career or technical certificate programs including continuing education programs in about one hundred areas of study. ACC also facilitates transfer of core curriculum credits to bachelor's degree programs at four-year institutions.
With several campuses, centers, and distance learning options; the college serves over 100,000 students in academic, continuing education and adult education programs.
ACC College serves the Austin, Texas metropolitan area and surrounding Central Texas communities and is the sixth largest community college system in the United States, and the fourth largest college in Texas.
The marine programs (Automotive Technology and Outdoor Powered Equipment) are located at the Riverside campus (1020 Grove Boulevard, Austin, Texas). ACC is accredited by by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Academic & Training Programs
- Certificate Program in Marine Engine Advanced Repairer Level 1 (2 semester, 32 credits): This certificate provides power mechanics technology training in the principles and operation of marine two and four cycle engines, electrical systems, engine failure analysis, tune-up, hydraulic principles, lower unit drives, and extensive laboratory experience. It includes marine engine transit mounting and height adjustments.
- Common Job Titles: Motorboat Mechanics and Service Technicians (includes Boat Mechanic, Boat Motor Mechanic, Boat Rigger, Marine Mechanic, Marine Propulsion Technician, Marine Technician, Mechanic, Outboard Motor Mechanic, Outboard Technician, Service Technician)
- AAS Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management: The Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree is designed to prepare students for management careers in transportation, warehousing, distribution, inventory control, purchasing, and international logistics. Students will study logistics principles and practices involved in procurement, transportation, storage, and third party provision of goods as they apply to solving problems in the movement, storage, control, and information flow of goods and services. Students will graduate with the managerial skills and competencies required for jobs in logistics, materials management, distribution, and transportation. The degree award plan is designed to include an internship at an approved logistics management work site.
- Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Specialist Level I: The Logistics and Supply Chain Specialist certificate provides students with the knowledge and abilities to apply technical skills for an entry-level position. All courses in the certificate apply to the Associate of Applied Science degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. This award is pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
- Logistics & Supply Chain Management (80 hours): The Supply Chain Management & Logistics Program at Austin Community College prepares graduates for entry-level employment in transportation, logistics, warehousing, and global sourcing. Successful Graduates may be Certified for Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Certification.
- The Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) certification is achieved via two credentials - Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) & Certified Logistics Technician (CLT).
LAST UPDATED ON May 26, 2019