Education Opportunities

There are many areas of study and degree options available to you.

Want to enter the workplace quickly?

Consider one of our Certificates (CC) or Certificates of Proficiency (CP) programs, teaching valuable skills to quickly raise your skills and marketability for the workplace.

Want to be a scientist?

The Associate of Science (AS) degree in one of our science areas of atmospheric sciences, chemistry, geographic information science, geography, geology, and physics, allows you to plan classes here that can be transferred toward completing your Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in those areas at a four-year institution of your choice.

Want to be an engineer?

The Associate of Pre-Engineering (APE) degrees in General Engineering allows you to plan classes here that can be transferred toward completing your Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Engineering at a four-year institution of your choice. With help from your advisor, you can choose one of the two General Engineering degrees that each offer nine specializations in Engineering including Chemical, Civil/Environmental, Computer, Electrical, Geological, Material Science, Mechanical, Metallurgical, or Mining Engineering. You choose which one you want.

Don’t have four years? 

The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees in Engineering Design Manufacturing Technology and Electronics Engineering Technology prepares you with skills needed to enter the workplace upon graduation. These programs also offer a clear path to transfer and complete a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology.

Don’t know which option to choose?

Academic Advisors offer help in all aspects of your educational choices at the college including choosing programs and courses.

Career Services Coaches explore with you career, salary, and other opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

The General Catalog lists all college degree options, degree requirements, course descriptions, and course pre-requisites.

DegreeWorks provides a personalized and up-to-date snapshot of where you are in your degree progress.