Career & Technical Education Programs

MCC offers over 40 Career & Technical Education programs of study that help students gain the skill sets needed to join the workforce. With Associate of Applied Science Degree, Certificate, and Noncredit 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 Certificate or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree pathways are available.

Accounting Technology
Business & Marketing Management Technology
Business Office Management Technology
Culinary Arts Technology
Digital Marketing Technology
Early Childhood Eduction Technology
Graphic Design Technology
Media Production Technology
Medical Office Management Technology
Network & Cyber Security Technology
Software Coding Technology

Real Estate Courses

The Division of Emergency Services at MCC offers career pathways into Emergency Management and Communications, Emergency Medical Science Academy, and Fire Protection Technology. 

Emergency Management & Communications
Emergency Medical Science Academy
Fire Protection Technology

The Division of Health Education offers nine different fields of study in the medical area. Upon completion of required courses, students receive a Certificate or an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. 

Dental Assisting
Dental Hygiene
Health Information Tech
Medical Assisting
Medical Laboratory Tech
Radiologic Technology
Respiratory Care Practitioner
Surgical Tech

The Division of Industrial Technology covers a wide arena of career options designed to meet the educational needs of students who are seeking preparation for employment in occupational fields. These programs are housed in the MCC-Riley Workforce Development Center.

Commercial Truck Driving
Construction Trades

Electrical Technology
Industrial Maintenance Technology
Precision Machining Engineering
Utility Lineman
Welding & Cutting

The Division of Nursing covers Associate Degree Nursing, Health Care Assistant, and 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.

Associate Degree Nursing
Health Care Assistant
Practical Nursing


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Kimberly Rush, Associate Dean of Advising, Retention, & Student Success