Associate of Applied Science Degree
Degree programs are approximately two years in length and are designed with the needs and expectations of industry in mind. They prepare graduates for employment in mid-level technology positions. Students are required to take college-level general education courses such as English, algebra, psychology, sociology, economics, and/or humanities. Eligible students enrolled in associate degree programs may qualify for financial aid including HOPE Scholarship.
Programs vary in length; however, most diploma programs require a little more than one year to complete. Diploma programs offer a well-rounded education through a combination of occupational courses and general education courses. Eligible students enrolled in diploma programs may qualify for financial aid including HOPE Grant.
Technical Certificate of Credit
These short-term programs are designed to provide training in specific occupational areas and generally take three terms or less to complete. Students usually enroll in certificate programs to update or enhance their existing job skills or to acquire very specific skills for a job or promotion. Eligible students enrolled in technical certificate of credit programs may qualify for financial aid including HOPE Grant.
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