Career Programs

Alternative Ways to Earn Credit Based on Industry Certification:

Below is a list of our current Industry Certification Agreements. Eligible students may earn college credits
toward an A.S. degree if you hold one of the approved industry certifications listed below. However, you may
only receive credit if your Program of Study is in the designated program below, and you have received your
industry certification within the past three years.

To receive credit based upon one of these certifications, you must provide the following
required documentation to the Dean's academic department for verification and approval:

  1. Complete the Request Form listed under your Program of Study.
  2. Attach a copy of the appropriate Award of Credit Agreement.
  3. Attach a valid copy of the License or Certification required (must be within the past
    three years).
  4. The Career Program Advisor or Program Director will verify the required criteria has been met.
  5. The Department Dean or Program Director will sign the Award of Credit Request Form, and
    send it with the required documentation to the Graduation Office to be processed.

Industry Certification Agreements:

Accounting Technology:
Baking and Pastry Management:
Construction and Civil Engineering Technology:
Business Administration:
Cardiopulmonary Sciences (B.S. Degree):
Cardiovascular Technology:
Computer Information Technology:
Computer Programming and Analysis:
Criminal Justice:
Culinary Management:
Diagnostic Medical Sonography :
Drafting and Design Technology:
Electronics Engineering Technology:
Emergency Medical Services Technology:
Energy Management & Controls Technology:
Fire Science Technology:
Graphic and Interactive Design:
Health Information Technology:
Hospitality and Tourism Management:
Medical Office Administration:
Network Engineering Technology:
Nursing, RN:
Office Administration:
Plant Science and Agricultural Technology:
Radiologic and Imaging Sciences (B.S. Degree):
Residential Property Management:
Respiratory Care:
Restaurant and Food Service Management:
Supervision and Management for Industry: