Earning Your Education is Within Reach

Wherever you are in your life and career, we know you’re not just seeking a degree or certificate. You're looking for your next step toward building a successful future. We are here to support you on that journey.

We offer more than 70 degree and certification options, available day or night, online or on-campus. You'll also receive access to free one-on-one academic tutoring in writing, math, and science courses while you study, and career advising to help you jump into an in-demand, high-wage job after graduation. We strive to provide you with the resources you need to achieve your goals.

Three Different Levels to Begin Your Journey

Below, we've provided examples of pathways you can take toward a new career from three different levels: Certificates, Associate Degrees, and Bachelor's Degrees.

Occupational Skills Awards & Certificates

An Occupational Skills Award is a sequence of courses that allows you to obtain fundamental skills for entry-level positions. Certificates are specialized credit programs that train students in a specific field.

Associate Degrees

The Associate of Arts or Science degree is the equivalent of the first two years at a university. An Associate of Applied Science is a two-year degree plan designed for students wanting to jump into a job immediately after graduation.

Transfer Plans &
Bachelor's Degrees

Transfer Plans focus on completing the core curriculum and appropriate electives to make transferring simple. A Bachelor's degree prepares you for a position within a specialized career field.

Build Your Future Protecting Others 

Health and Safety Technicians or Specialists

Occupational health and safety specialists and technicians collect data on and analyze many types of work environments and procedures. Specialists inspect workplaces for adherence to safety, health, and the environmental regulations. Technicians work with specialists in conducting tests and measuring hazards to help prevent harm to workers, property, the environment, and the general public.


Construction Site Safety Supervisor Training (CSST)

Potential Salary: $30,330 1

The two courses in this program serve as the starting point for a degree in Safety, Health, and Environmental Management. Once completed, you'll be prepared to take the NCCER Assessment to earn your CSST Certification.

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Safety, Health, and Environmental Management

Potential Salary: $51,120 1

Gain the marketable skills needed for a well-paying job in as little as two years. This Associate of Applied Science degree prepares you for a position as a safety technician in chemical plants, oil and gas, manufacturing, and more.

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Organizational Leadership & Innovation, Specialization in Construction Management 

Potential Salary: $77,560 1

This program will prepare you for an influential leadership role in business, specifically in the field of construction management. You'll learn about topics such as construction sequencing, financial management, and risk management.

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Provide the Best to Those Entrusted to Your Care

Licensed Vocational Nursing (L.V.N.) and Registered Nursing (A.D.N.)

Licensed Vocational Nurses may reinforce teaching done by registered nurses regarding how family members should care for a relative; help to deliver, care for, and feed infants; or collect samples for testing and do routine laboratory tests. Registered nurses’ duties and titles often depend on the patients they work with and where they work. For example, an oncology nurse works with cancer patients and a geriatric nurse works with elderly patients.


Licensed Vocational Nursing (L.V.N.)

Potential Salary: $48,070 2

This 41-hour program serves as the starting point for a rewarding career in the healthcare industry. Once completed, you'll be prepared to take the NCLEX-PN licensure exam to earn your L.V.N. Certification.

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Associate Degree in Nursing (A.D.N.)

Potential Salary: $77,600 3

Gain the marketable skills needed for a well-paying job in as little as two years. This Associate of Applied Science degree develops competence to safely care for patients and contribute to the quality of the health systems that employ you.

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Associate of Science with Transfer Plans: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.)

Potential Salary: $120,250 3

The Associate of Science with Transfer Plans in Nursing (BSN) prepares you to transfer into a BSN program that will provide you with the skills and knowledge to handle more complex nursing tasks and responsibilities.

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Become a Better Manager and a More Confident Leader

Computer and Information Systems Managers

Computer and information systems managers supervise organizations' computer-related activities. They plan, install, and monitor software and hardware to meet overall information technology needs. They also assess system vulnerabilities for security risks and ensure appropriate security controls are in place that will safeguard digital files and vital electronic infrastructure.


Cloud Computing

Potential Salary: $38,560 4

This program prepares you to design, develop, and implement cloud computing policies for a business. Once completed, you'll be prepared to take the following CompTIA certifications: Network+, Security+, Cloud+, and Cloud Essentials.

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Cybersecurity Certificate

Potential Salary: $62,760 4

This certificate will prepare you to outsmart cybercriminals. We'll introduce you to the core IT skills needed to secure networks and defend against the loss of data, brand equity, and possible legal ramifications caused by cyber attacks.

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Computer Technology: Information Systems Networking Specialist

Potential Salary: $120,520 5

Systems security and network engineering professionals are in high demand. This program will introduce you to concepts such as network hardware components and software, databases, network administration.

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