*Please see this Admissions Policy for details on applying to these programs.
EARLY EDUCATION & CARE
The Chapter 74 Early Education and Care (EEC) Program prepares students for a career in early education and related fields. Students are required to take Intro to Early Education and Care in their freshman year as a prerequisite to the upper level courses. Work study/internship/co-op are necessary to acquire the hours required to apply for an EEC Professional Qualifications Certificate as a preschool teacher upon graduation. Students graduating from this program are prepared for a variety of potential pathways to careers and further study at the Associates or Bachelors degree level. Students enrolled in the EEC Program are eligible to take a reduced course load in other subject areas in order to complete the requirements. of the program
The Welding program is a Chapter 74 vocational education program that prepares students for a career in Metal Fabrication and Welding. Students are required to take Metals Technology as a prerequisite to the more advanced welding courses. Students must complete as many hours in the Welding courses as necessary to demonstrate a number of specific competencies. Students in the Welding Program accumulate hours required to attain entry into an outside of school program, thus affording them the opportunity to earn state certification. Students who receive state certification will be eligible for a number of different jobs in the Welding and Metal Fabrication industry. Students enrolled in the Welding Program are eligible to take a reduced course load in other subject areas in order to complete the requirements of the Welding Program.