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Career Pathways

Earn a degree or certificate and you're on your way

Our degree and technical programs prepare you for skilled employment.

Need a job?

Career & Technical Programs

Our Community & Industry Education (CIE) offers non-credit programs that lead to certifications and industry-recognized credentials. You will be prepared to find in-demand, high-skill jobs.

Need an associate degree?

Courses & Programs

Our credit programs lead to associate degrees or certificates of completion. You will be prepared to find higher level, in-demand and high-skill jobs.

Want to know more about the difference? See Credit vs. Non-credit.

Find your career pathway

Our credit and non-credit programs are organized by career pathways, so you will find related career and technical programs grouped together.

  1. Browse the career pathways.
  2. Pick the career opportunities that interest you.
  3. Explore our programs of study:
    1. Career & Technical Programs (non-credit)
    2. Courses & Programs (credit)
  4. Find out the education requirements.
  5. Start the program that’s right for you!

With both credit and non-credit programs, you can return to school later to get a higher degree and advance in your field.



Updated June 01, 2016