Technology Certificate Programs

There are three technology Certificate programs at Clinton

A certificate can typically be earned in one year of full-time study, and prepare you to begin a career immediately following graduation. Certificate credits may also be used towards completing an associate degree program.

Computer Support

The Computer Support Certificate program includes several CIS courses and covers a wide variety of computer skills. This certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in computer support. Upon completion of the certificate, students will also have the option of transferring into the Computer Information Systems A.A.S. degree program. More Information

Renewable Energy Technologies

A certificate in renewable energy technologies prepares students for entry level positions constructing, installing and maintaining solar and wind electricity generating systems for both residential and light commercial applications. Upon completion of the certificate, students will also have the option of transferring into the Renewable Energy Technologies A.A.S. degree program. More Information

Wind Turbine Service Technician

The Wind Turbine Service Technician Certificate program is designed to prepare students to begin their career in wind energy or enhance current employment in the renewable energy industry. Students will acquire a strong background in industrial electricity and mechanical systems in order to safely and competently work in the wind industry. Upon completion of the certificate, students will also have the option of transferring into the Wind Energy and Turbine Technology A.A.S. Degree Program program.More Information

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for Clinton's technology and other programs, click here to fill out the free online application. For more information, contact the Admissions Office at (518) 562-4170 or (800) 552-1160, email admissions@clinton.edu, or visit us online.