Career Programs

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.


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.

Scholarship Money Available

If you're looking to take career courses during the 2015-16 academic year, you should apply for a Career and Technical Education Scholarship. The scholarships offer $500 tuition credit for both fall 2015 and spring 2016, with applications due June 26, 2015. Download the application form to learn more.