Career & Technical Programs
MCC offers over 40 programs of study that help students gain the skill sets needed to join the workforce. With noncredit, certificate, and degree programs available, you are sure to find something to fit your specific career goals.
The Division of Business offers courses that prepare you for employment in a wide range of careers. Career and Technical Certificates are provided as well as AAS Diploma upon completion of courses. Programs offered range from Business & Marketing Technology, Software Coding Technology, Cosmetology, Culinary, Network Security and more.
- Accounting Technology
- Business and Marketing Management Technology
- Business Office Management Technology
- Cosmetology Teacher Training
- Culinary Arts Technology
- Digital Marketing Technology
- Early Childhood Education Technology
- Graphic Design Technology
- Media Production Technology
- Medical Office Management Technology
- Network and Cyber Security Technology
- Software Coding Technology
The Division of Emergency Management at MCC offers a career path into Emergency Management & Communications, Emergency Medical Technician and Fire Protection Technology. Career Certificates, as well as AAS degrees, are offered. Fire Protection Technology is offered online.
The Division of Healthcare offers nine different fields of study in the medical area. Dental Assisting, Health Information Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, Physical Therapy Assistant are just a few of the programs that are offered. Upon completion of required courses, students receive a certificate or AAS degree.
MCC's Division of Industrial Technology covers a wide arena of career options for students. Construction, Electrical, Communications Technology and Welding and Cutting Technology are just a few of the career choices available. The Automotive Technology program is a Dual Credit option for high school students.
The Division of Nursing covers Health Care Assistant, Associate Degree Nursing and Licensed Practical Nursing. These programs provides students with educational opportunities for personal and intellectual development and for a career to help meet the health care needs of the community.
For more information:
Kimberly Rush, director of advising