Whether you're looking to gain job-specific skills for an entry-level position or want to advance your career with a specialized college credential, our career programs have something to offer you. Certificates of Achievement can often be earned in less than two years and require only career-specific coursework. Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degrees usually take two or more years to complete and combine career-specific coursework with some general education requirements.
Instructors who have worked in the field that they're teaching bring real-world examples and expertise into the classroom. Plus, many of these programs feature extensive hands-on practice using the latest industry equipment.
Business and Career Technologies
- Administrative Office Systems
- Auto Body Repair
- Automation Technology
- Automotive Technology
- Business Administration
- Computer-Aided Design and Drafting
- Computer Information Systems
- Construction Management
- Graphic Design
- Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
- Machine Tool Technology
- Real Estate
- Welding Technology
- World Wide Web
Communications, Humanities and Fine Arts
Health Professions and Public Service
- Criminal Justice
- Emergency Medical Technician
- Fire Science
- Health Care Interpreting
- Health Information Technology
- Human Services
- Interpreter Training
- Legal Interpreting
- Medical Assistant
- Nurse Assistant
- Patient Care Technician
- Phlebotomy Technician
- Registered Nursing
- Surgical Technology
- Therapeutic Massage
Mathematics and Sciences
Social Sciences, Education and World Languages
Need Skills But Not College Credit?
If you are looking to gain a very specific job skill quickly without any college credit, Workforce Development can help.
Career and Technical Education Scholarships
Earn $1,000 to study a career program during the 2016-2017 school year with our Career and Technical Education Scholarships. Applications for the 2016-2017 academic year are available now and are due by July 1.