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
- 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
- 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.
Need help choosing a Career?
Choosing a career can be complicated. To help you get the information you need to make the right decision, we host two types of CTE events.
CTE Experience - Find Your Program
In just one night, you’ll experience a variety of CTE programs. Explore our specialized equipment and labs, talk to faculty and staff, and start to decide which career path is right for you.
CTE Essentials - Get the Facts
Get more detailed information about the specific programs you’re interested in. These sessions include facility tours and faculty talks, along with information focused on program admissions and career prospects.