To help you explore your areas of interest, we have organized our career and technical programs by "clusters" or categories that link our programs and course offerings to actual professions and vocations. Each cluster lists courses associated with a specific career path. You can earn a degree or certificate in each program to either transfer to an advanced university program or move directly into the job market. Here's where you can find the career that's right for you.
Business Administration & Management Cluster — Accounting, Business Law / Paralegal, Business Management, Small Business Management, Hospitality & Restaurant Management, Human Resources Management, International Business, Office Administration, Real Estate, Retail Management, Legal / Medical Office Specialization, Sales & Marketing
Computers & Information Systems Cluster — Networking & Telecommunications, Computer & Network Security, Software Development & Programming, Computers & Computer Applications, Database & Database Management, Web Applications, Data Entry, Operating Systems, Computer Engineering
Family & Consumer Sciences Cluster — Child Development, Nutrition & Foods, Fashion Merchandising, Family & Consumer Science / Consumer Affairs
Nursing, Psychiatric Technician, Radiology Technology, Respiratory Therapy, Paramedic/EMT, Physical Therapy Aide.
Athletic Trainer, Coach, Personal Trainer, Physical Education Teacher.
Alcohol/Drug Counseling, Correctional Sciences, Fire Technology, Law Enforcement.
Chemical Laboratory Technician, Histologic Technician Training.
For degree, certificate and vocational program information, review the College Catalog.