UCC Foundation Scholarships - Scholarship Nights

Career & Technical Education (CTE)

Ready to Start a Career?

career technical education web 1 Dec19

Watch the "Career Technical Education" video.

Career and technical (CTE) programs provide knowledge and training for a wide variety of occupations that demand education beyond high school.

You can prepare for employment by completing a two-year associate degree in applied sciences or by completing shorter term certificate programs. In many career fields, this training may enhance employment opportunities by providing you with industry certifications employers desire. Be sure to meet with an academic adviser about your career and education options. Meanwhile, please explore our CTE program offerings.

Companies that Hire UCC Grads

Local Companies Hire Grads

Two Years of Full Time Study

About 2-Years Full-Time Study

Become Your Dream

Reach Your Dream Career

Career Technical Programs

Career & Technical (CTE) Programs

APPLIED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY AAS Certificate Pathway
Clay Baumgartner, Department Chair, 541-440-4683      
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY      
Automotive Basic Technician   Career Pathway for Basic Automotive Technician
Automotive Advanced Technician   Career Pathway for Advanced Automotive Technician
Automotive Service Technology    
Automotive T-TEN
   
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS      
Cybersecurity - New!    
Computer Information Systems    
Computer Information Systems
   
Junior Database Administrator
  Career Pathway for Junior Database Administrator 
Junior Programmer
  Career Pathway for Junior Programmer 
Junior Web Developer
  Career Pathway for Junior Web Developer 
Cisco Networking Support Technician   Career Pathway for Cisco Networking Support Technician 
Microsoft Networking Support Technician
  Career Pathway for Microsoft Networking Support Technician
Server Administrator
  Career Pathway for Server Administrator
Microsoft Office Technologist - Online!   Career Pathway for Microsoft Office Technologist
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY      
Civil Engineering & Surveying    
Civil Engineering & Surveying - Applied Water Quality Option    
Civil Engineering & Surveying - Applied Surveying Option    
Engineering & Drafting Technician    
Drafting   Career Pathway for Drafting
Surveying   Career Pathway for Surveying
Geographic Information Systems   Career Pathway for Geographic Information Systems
Water Quality
 
WELDING      
Welding
   
Welding    
Welding: Aluminum Only   Career Pathway for Welding Certificate
APPRENTICESHIPS AAS Certificate Pathway
Tracy Placido, Department Coordinator, 541-440-4675      
Electrician Apprenticeship Technologies *  
Electrician Apprenticeship: Inside Electrician *    
Electrician Apprenticeship: Manufacturing Plant Technician *    
Electrician Apprenticeship: Limited Maintenance Electrician *    
Electrician Apprenticeship Technologies (Limited) *    
Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology *  
Industrial Millwright *    
Industrial Machinist *    
Industrial Pipe Fitter *    

* You should be sponsored by your employer as an apprentice in order to enter these programs.

     
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AAS Certificate Pathway
Toni Clough, Department Chair, 541-440-7790      
Business Technology: Entry Management    
Business Technology: Entrepreneurship   Career Pathway for Entrepreneurship
Business Technology: Financial Services - Online!    
Business Technology: Marketing - Online!    
Business Technology: Supervision   Career Pathway for Supervision 
Business Technology: WAFC Retail Management - Online!    
Office Technology: Executive Business Assistant - Online!    
Office Technology: Front Office Medical Assistant - Online!      
Office Technology: Medical Billing & Collections Clerk - Online!    
Office Technology: Medical Office Administration - Online!      
Office Technology: Office Assistant - Online!    
COMMUNITY & WORKFORCE TRAINING AAS Certificate Pathway
Commercial Truck Driving info, 541-440-4668      
Commercial Truck Driving    
HEALTH SCIENCES AAS Certificate Pathway
April Myler, Department Chair, 541-440-7879      
Dental Assisting    
Nursing Assistant Level One    
Registered Nurse    
HUMANITIES AAS Certificate Pathway
Amy Fair, Department Chair, 541-440-4649      
Communication Studies: Public Relations Specialist    
Communication Studies: Public Relations Communication Assistant   Career Pathway for Public Relations Communications Assistant
Communication Studies: Communications Specialist in Organizations   Career Pathway for Communications Specialist in Organizations
OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS TRAINING AAS Certificate Pathway
Jessica Richardson, Recruitment Coordinator, 541-440-4677      
Occupational Skills Training
   
PUBLIC SAFETY AAS Certificate Pathway
Roger Kennedy, Department Chair, 541-440-7680      
Criminal Justice    
Criminal Justice: Juvenile Corrections    
Criminal Justice: Police Reserve Academy    
Emergency Medical Services: Paramedic    
Fire Science    
SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AAS Certificate Pathway
Crystal Sullivan, Department Chair, 541-440-4663      
EDUCATION      
Early Childhood Education  
Early Childhood Education: Infant / Toddler   Career Pathway for Early Childhood Education - Infant Toddler
Early Childhood Education: Pre-School   Career Pathway for Early Childhood Education - Preschool
HUMAN SERVICES      
Human Services    
Addiction Studies
   
Case Aide
  Career Pathway for Case Aide 
Addiction Treatment
  Career Pathway for Addiction Treatment 
PARALEGAL STUDIES      
Paralegal Studies - Online!    
SOUTHERN OREGON WINE INSTITUTE AAS Certificate Pathway
Andy Swan, Interim Director, 541-440-4709      
Viticulture    
Viticulture & Enology    
Wine Marketing Assistant    

Watch the "Career Technical Education" video.

Associate of Applied Science (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.

Certificates of Completion

Certificates of completion are awarded for occupational content only. They must be state approved, have a defined job entry point, represent college level work, and meet State Board of Education criteria. Certificates of completion programs must be comprised of 12 to 108 credits.

Career Pathways

Programs that have a career pathway road map are denoted by a path-icon. Career Pathway road maps help you to visualize our educational offerings. With it, you can also see how our certificates and degrees lead to a career. Plus, you can explore educational options after completing your certificate or degree. You can read more on the career pathways page.

Ready to get started?

Important! Use school code 003222 in step 2.

Step 1

Welcome Center - Apply to UCC

Apply to UCC

  • After applying you get ...
  • Quick acceptance (2-3 business days)
  • Student ID
  • Next enrollment steps

Step 2

FAFSA - Free for All

Start the FAFSA

  • The FAFSA helps you get ...
  • Government loans
  • Scholarships
  • Work study opportunities

Step 3

take placement tests web Oct19

Take Placement Tests

  • Placement tests help you ...
  • Complete enrollment requirements
  • Estimate your potential for success
  • Find out which classes are right for you

Money for College

How can you pay for all this? Good question. Right? There are hundreds of thousands (more like millions) of dollars available. It is possible to leave college without debt! (Yes. You read that correctly!) Devoting some time and effort to securing money for college can pay off BIG.


Enrollment Events & Open Houses

Visit the UCC campus for one of our enrollment events! Find out what UCC is all about. Talk to an academic advisor, apply for College, get information on education programs, and learn about financial aid.


Helpful Links


Questions?