Career Technical Education Pathway

Career Technical Pathways

Students may earn college credits toward a degree, credential, certificate, or diploma in a technical career. These pathways allow students to explore potential career areas. College Transfer Pathway students may earn college credits toward an associate degree that will transfer to a college or university. 

Business Administration (C25120HS)

  • Banking and Finance (C25120H4)
  • Entrepreneurship & Small Business (C25120H3)
  • Hospitality Management (C25120H2)
  • Human Resources (C25120H5)

Office Administration (C25370HS)

  • Customer Service Representative (C25370H2)

Medical Office Administration (C25310H2)

  • Medical Coding and Billing (C25310HS)

Nurse Aide (C45840HS)

Cosmetology (C55140HS)

Health and Fitness Science (C45630HS)

  • Allied Health II (C45630H2)
  • Allied Health III (C45630H3)

Information Technology

  • Computer Programming and Development – Database Programming (C25590H1)
  • Computer Programming and Development – C# Programming (C25590H2)
  • Digital Media Production (C25590H6)
  • Gaming and Simulation Programming (C25590H7)
  • Generalist (C25590H8)

Civil Engineering Technology (C40140HS)

Computer Engineering Technology

  • Professional (C40160H7)
  • Hardware and Software Support (C40160H6)
  • Networking (C40160H4)
  • Security (C40160H5)

Environmental Engineering Technology (C40150HS)

Geomatics Technology (C40420HS)

Automotive Systems Technology

  • Automotive Management (C60160HS)
  • C-Tech (C60160H2)


  • Aviation Management (C60180HS)
  • Professional Pilot (C60180H2)

Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology

  • Automotive Fabrication (C60130H2)
  • Non-Structural Repair (C60130H3)
  • Paint and Refinishing (C60130HS)
  • Structural Repair (C60130H4)

Admissions Requirements