Find Your Path
What path will you take?
Umpqua Community College offers many programs of study. Explore your options as you prepare to transfer for your bachelor’s degree or start technical training to achieve success in you career.
Arts and Humanities
Arts and Humanities encompasses a variety of fields in performance, language and media.
Develop skills in accounting, leadership, marketing, project management, supervision, and more.
Computer Science and Technology
Develop your “super powers” by studying Computer Science and Technology.
Forestry, Natural Resources, and Renewable Materials
Help conserve, maintain and manage the biodiversity of ecosystems on the earth.
Health Sciences and Emergency Services
Contribute to the health and safety of the residents of Douglas County and beyond.
Human Services, Criminal Justice, Paralegal
Human Services, Criminal Justice, and the rule of law are foundational supports for society.
Industrial Trades, Transportation, and Apprenticeship
Train to do highly skilled work and earn a good wage. Today’s trades workers are in high demand.
Science, Math, and Engineering
Explore, explain, and solve. Help humanity reach new heights in discovery and technology.
About career and technical education
Our Career Technical Education (CTE) programs listed above are a great way to start your new career. Our experienced faculty with real-world experience will provide the right training to prepare you for a wide variety of rewarding careers.
- “The professors at UCC want you to succeed,” Luke said. “That’s why I love UCC. Professor Mick Davis helped me discover my career path. He and chemistry professor Sean Breslin created an impactful and highly enjoyable learning environment that grew me.”Luke RethwillUCC Science, Math & Engineering studentRead Luke's Story
- "The online program fit perfectly with my busy work and life schedule."Kim TardieKim Tardie, UCC Alum, ParalegalLearn More
- "To those considering taking courses at UCC but unsure what type of education or career they really want to pursue, I say get out there and try something new! Taking courses in areas of study you are unfamiliar with or not currently interested in can trigger things hard to imagine without the exposure."Cris SalazarUCC Alumni
- "The key to my success as an honors student was the group of fellow engineering students I paired up with almost immediately."Tom McNamaraUCC graduateWatch Video
Connect with a career coach
Still not sure? A career coach can help you choose the right study path for your career goals. All you have to do is reach out.