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Associate's Degrees

Multimedia
Design

Associate of Arts
Bring your visions to life in the high-demand world of graphics and media.
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Health Information
Technology

Associate of Science
Facilitate complex data management and patient care solutions in a rapidly growing field.
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Sports & Rehabilitation
Therapy

Associate of Science
Learn rehabilitation and sports massage techniques for performance preparation or injury recovery, to treat athletes and clients.
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Paralegal Studies
(ABA Approved)

Associate of Arts
Learn the law and provide pivotal support in a practice, business, or government agency.
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Bachelor's Degrees

Healthcare Management

Bachelor of Science or Degree Completion
Learn effective operations management in the growing medical industry.
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Business Leadership

Bachelor of Arts
Develop highly effective management skills and cross-functional expertise.
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Diploma

Massage Therapy

Diploma
Get certified to practice the art of massage using ancient and modern techniques.
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Change Your Life

  • Over 60% of jobs in the U.S. will require a degree by 2018
    Source: Lumina Foundation, 2012
  • Workers with associate's degrees earn about $8,000 more per year on average than high school graduates.
    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011
  • Workers with bachelor's degrees earn about $24,000 more per year on average than high school graduates.
    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011
  • Unemployment rates for high school graduates are about 90% higher than people with bachelor's degrees.
    Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2010
  • Bachelor's degree holders earn an average of $1 million more in a lifetime compared to high school diploma holders
    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011

Admissions & Financial Aid

We believe in opportunity for all, regardless of academic background or bank balance. Find out if you qualify for financial aid, GED assistance or high school completion program.
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A Culture of Care

We take student care seriously, and we take it beyond the classroom. From your first admissions meeting to your first day on the job and more, you'll get the personal attention and career counseling you need to succeed.
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