- Our certificate and degree programs offer you the flexibility needed to accommodate your busy lifestyle.
- Choose from the wide range of certificate and degree programs listed below, that can be taken fully online (connect with our advising department to find out which online courses are needed to meet the program requirements).
- With 24/7 technical support built right into our Learning Management System, you will always have the help you need. It's just a click or call away!
Certificate Programs (CERT)
Associate of Applied Science Degrees (AAS)
The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree is intended to prepare you for direct entry into the workforce. The AAS degree may also help you prepare for career advancement, occupational licenses, or study at the baccalaureate level. As a minimum, the AAS must include 90 quarter credits or equivalent proficiency; a recognizable core of, or demonstrated competencies in, specific general education courses; and an established standard of academic achievement.
Transfer Degrees (AA/OT) (AGS) (OTM)
Good choice! It’s the personal attention you get at UCC that gives you a great start. Our graduates go on to successful academic and professional careers in all fields. One key to that success is advising — every transfer student should work closely with both a UCC academic adviser and a representative from the institution(s) they plan to attend.
The latest report from the Oregon Office of Community Colleges and Workforce Development shows that among Oregon community colleges with 20 or more students transferring into the Oregon University System, UCC has the highest percentage of students successfully continuing into their second year at the transfer institution — 84 percent!
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UCCOnline is now offering Course Previews!
Thinking about doing some Web Design?
Preview of the newly redesigned "VC134 Intro to Dreamweaver" course. Adobe Dreamweaver is the leading software in the industry for professional web development, and is an essential tool for any web designer. In this class students will learn the basics of this software as well as essential practices for professional web design and site development. This course will cover how to use Dreamweaver to manage site files, insert text and images, link pages together, and incorporate and apply basic CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to font elements. Students will utilize Dreamweaver's built in CSS Layouts for positioning elements within web pages. Use of tables for laying out tabular data will be covered. Emphasis will be placed on creating intuitive web structures on a basic level.