Career clusters are groups of careers that share common features. For instance, do you like helping others, building things, or working with computers? If so, then explore the following Career Clusters to see what options might fit your goals and interests.
General transfer degrees are for students who know they want to go to a four-year college or university, but who aren’t quite sure about a specific major. These degrees focus primarily on general education courses typical of the freshman and sophomore years of most majors. The college also offers transfer degrees in business, computer science and IT, education, engineering, health sciences, mass communications, music, psychology, science, and theatre, and applied degrees such as architectural engineering, art, criminal justice, early childhood, and social work offer transfer options.
Advanced Manufacturing, Architecture, Construction and Skilled Trades
The college offers a number of degrees and certificates leading to high-demand jobs in fields such as welding, electricity, construction, machining and manufacturing.
Arts and Communications
Degrees and certificates in visual and performing arts include fine art, web and graphic design, filmmaking, photography, music, and theatre. Communications includes journalism, advertising, media and public relations.
Business, Management, Finance and Marketing
Degrees and certificates in business and finance offer a wide range of excellent career opportunities.
If you are interested in working with children from birth through high school and are considering a career in education, then take a look to find a degree or certificate that works for you.
Engineering, Computer Science, and Natural Science
Do you like math and science? Are you considering a career in engineering or computer science? If so, then this pathway offers numerous options for your considertation.
Government, Human Services, Law and Public Safety
This pathway includes public service careers such as criminal justice, counseling, and social work, as well as paralegal studies.
Career options in health science are as varied as psychology, nursing, dietary management, EMS, massage therapy and funeral services.
Degrees and certificates in information technology provide the up-to-date skills needed to be successful in today’s jobs.