Find Your Pathway
A pathway is a group of degree and certificate programs in a career area. The programs share similar interests and skills.
Pathways are like road maps
They help you navigate your education so you can reach your destination: a career.
Here’s how it works
- Think about topics & activities you like.
- Explore the pathway that matches your interests.
- Choose a degree or certificate program & career goal in your pathway.
- Follow your program map to finish your degree or certificate.
- Start your career!
You are not alone & you have a plan
We will guide you every step of the way. Your advisor will help you stay on your pathway to achieve your education and career goals.
If you change your mind
If you want to change to a different program in a pathway, the key pathway and core courses you have taken will apply to your new program.
Explore your options
Arts & Humanities Pathway
Do you love to design, exhibit, perform, or write?
Is your passion the visual arts, performing arts, graphic design, or journalism?
Channel your creative energies into our Arts & Humanities Pathway.
- Graphic Artist
- Video Editor
- Jazz Musician
Business & Industry Pathway
Do you love to plan, organize, and direct productive, efficient operations?
Do you dream of running a successful business?
Make a business plan for your career in Business & Industry.
- Architectural Drafter
- Retail Store Manager
- Distribution Supervisor
Health Science Pathway
Do you enjoy working directly with patients to help them become healthier?
Do you want to help doctors find and diagnose health problems?
Contribute to a healthier future by working in Health Science.
- Vocational Nurse
- MRI Technologist
- Health Information Technician
Human & Public Services Pathway
Do you want to work with individuals who need help?
Ever since you were a kid, have you wanted to protect and serve your community?
Support our cities and towns by entering Human & Public Service Pathway.
- Childcare Center Director
- Community Mental Health Worker
- Municipal Firefighter
Are you the one who loves working with numbers, solving problems, integrating systems, or diving into new technologies?
Keep your math and science muscles strong by pursuing a career in STEM.
- Engineering Technician
- Solar Technician
- Information Security Analyst
Not sure where to start?
Updated August 11, 2021