Academic Pathways

Business and Entrepreneurship

Programs and majors in this pathway lead to careers in accounting, management, sales, marketing, human resources, entrepreneurship (owning your own business), customer service, computer information systems, and business transfer programs.

Computer and Information Technologies

Programs and majors in this pathway lead to careers in network systems, mobile device application and development, software development, web design and development, computer gaming, hardware maintenance, computer security, computer forensics, IT for healthcare, and computer and information technologies transfer programs.

Culinary and Hospitality

Programs and majors in this pathway lead to careers in culinary arts, tourism, and transfer programs in this field.

Education

Programs and majors in this pathway lead to careers in teaching at the pre-school, elementary and secondary school levels along with an education transfer program.

Engineering and Manufacturing

Programs and majors in this pathway lead to careers in electrical and mechanical engineering; mechatronics or MEMS, welding, alternative energy, computer engineering, and engineering and manufacturing transfer programs.

Health and Wellness

Programs and majors in this pathway lead to careers in nursing, health related occupations that work in a hospital or health care setting, exercise and fitness, and health and wellness transfer programs.

Human/Social Services and Public Safety

Programs and majors in this pathway lead to careers in social work, psychology, journalism, counseling, public administration, and safety forces along with associated transfer programs.

Liberal and Creative Arts

Programs and majors in this pathway lead to careers in humanities, literature, music, photography, theatre, religion, philosophy, foreign language, digital arts and associated transfer programs.

Science and Math

Programs and majors in this pathway lead to careers in mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, sustainable agriculture, environmental, and associated transfer programs.

Personal and Professional Development/Non-Credit Education

Continuing education courses are non-credit. Both credit and non-credit programs both provide valuable job skills for a great career.