Beltsville Programs

TESST College of Technology in Beltsville, MD offers you the programs and quality education that can help you start down the path to a new career or help you advance in your current position. Our experienced faculty provide a strong program curriculum that can help you achieve your lifelong career goals. Their teaching techniques promote participation in activities such as group discussions and projects, lab work, simulations, demonstrations, field trips, guest speakers, and lectures.

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  • Allied Health Programs

    • Medical Assistant (Certificate)

      Have you always wanted to work in the medical industry and help people? TESST College of Technology in Beltsville, MD can help. As a medical assistant, you could have the opportunity to work directly with patients and assist with their care and well-being. To help prepare you to enter this field, our course offers hands-on learning.

      Certification

      This course is intended to prepare eligible graduates to sit for the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) Examination sponsored by the American Medical Technologists (AMT).†

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    • Medical Billing and Coding Specialist (Certificate)

      At TESST College of Technology in Beltsville, MD, the objective of the Certificate in Medical Billing and Coding Specialist program is to provide students with the knowledge, technical skills, and work habits to pursue an entry-level position in the medical billing and coding specialist field or in a related area.

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  • Criminal Justice Programs

    • Criminal Justice (Associate of Applied Science)

      This program at TESST College of Technology, Beltsville campus, provides comprehensive training in the areas of criminal investigation, juvenile delinquency, criminal behavior, crime and loss prevention, corporate security, and law enforcement. If you want to train for a meaningful career that gives you a sense of value and allows you to make a positive difference in your community, criminal justice may be right for you.

      This is an occupational associate's degree program.

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  • Information Technology Programs

    • Computer Networking Technology (Associate of Applied Science)

      Maintaining technology to ensure that computers run efficiently is a must in today’s working world. At TESST College of Technology in Beltsville, MD, we could help you gain the technological skills that help businesses run.

      This is an occupational associate's degree program.

      Certification

      Course instruction includes practice certification tests to assess preparedness to sit for CompTIA Network+ certification.†

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    • Computer Support Technician (Certificate)

      The computer support technician program at TESST College of Technology, Beltsville campus, can help you gain the knowledge and skills needed to search for entry-level employment in the computer support field. Through group discussions, lectures, and hands-on experience, you can learn about computer programs, hardware and software, and network systems.

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  • Trades Programs

    • Electrical Technician (Certificate)

      Electricity is essential for light, power, air conditioning, refrigeration, and so many of the conveniences we take for granted every day. Electrical technicians install, connect, test, and maintain electrical systems that bring electricity from power generating plants to our homes, offices, schools, and places of business.

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† The School cannot guarantee a student's eligibility either to take any exam or become certified, registered, or licensed. Please check with your state for specific licensing or certification requirements.