Academics

Start achieving your goals today with one of 200+ associate degrees,
diplomas, and certificates offered at FTCC.

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Academic Programs

Academic Programs

Explore the areas of study below, speak to an admissions counselor, or use the free Career Coach tool to determine which associate degree, diploma, or certificate is the best fit for you and your career goals.

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Career Coach

Try this free tool to find salary information, employment opportunities, and related training for jobs in Cumberland County. Features include a career assessment quiz, a resume builder, job postings, and a military experience to civilian career comparison search. Learn More»

Arts & Humanities

Arts

Planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree? Save on tuition costs by completing your first two years at FTCC through one of several transferable associate degrees. Areas of study include Arts, Fine Arts, Interpreter Education.

Business Programs

Business ProgramsLearn the knowledge, skills, and business practices needed to thrive in today’s global economy. Choose from a variety of programs that prepare students for careers in administration, finance, human resources, marketing, culinary arts, hospitality, paralegal, and more.

Computer Information Technology

Computer TechnologyLearn the knowledge and skills needed to compete in today’s rapidly changing IT world. Choose from a variety of programs that prepare students for careers in cyber security, 3-D modeling and animation, programming, mobile app development, security administration, and more.

Engineering & Applied Technology

engineering techChoose from a wide variety of career-focused programs for high-demand technical fields such as engineering and collision repair, public service occupations such as early childhood teachers and law enforcement officers, and skilled trade jobs such as electricians and welders.

Health Programs

Associate Degree NursingGain the skills and qualifications needed to embark upon a rewarding career as a health care professional. Choose from a variety of programs that prepare students for careers in nursing, dentistry, health and fitness, pharmacology, physical therapy, radiography, speech language pathology, and more.

High School Connections

High School ConnectionsGet a head start on your degree or career. Take free college courses as a high school junior or senior to accelerate completion of college certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees that lead to college transfer (College Transfer Pathways) or provide entry-level job skills (Career & Technical Education Pathways).

Math & Sciences

math sciencesPlanning to pursue a bachelor’s degree? Save on tuition costs by completing your first two years at FTCC through one of several transferable associate degrees including Associate in Science and Associate in Engineering. The Math & Sciences division establishes the core skills and knowledge you will need as you continue your education at a four-year institution.

Online Programs

Online ProgramsInterested in earning a degree online? See a list of FTCC associate degrees, diplomas, and certificate programs that can be completed 100% online.

Public Service

Public ServicePublic Service Programs offer quality education in various formats, by qualified professional faculty that will meet the needs of a diverse population of students and the communities we serve.

Work Based Learning

Work Based LearningWork-Based Learning provides opportunities for gaining practical work experience while pursuing a degree. Work-Based Learning (Co-op) allows students to apply what they have learned in the classroom in an actual workplace setting. Students work for an employer in either a paid or unpaid position directly related to their field of study.

Academic Resources

Whether you are a new or returning student, an education plan is an important guide in completing your associate degree, diploma or certificate. In addition to your education plan, these resources can also help you stay on track.

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Admissions Counselors

Admissions counselors can provide important information and one-on-one assistance as you navigate your first semester at FTCC. They can help:

  • Provide a College Overview
  • Develop an Education Plan
  • Interpret Placement Testing Scores for Course Selection
  • Provide an Unofficial Transcript Evaluation
  • Select Courses in a Proper Sequence
  • Recommend Additional Resources
  • Register for Classes

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Program Evaluations

Gain the skills and qualifications needed to embark upon a rewarding career as a health care professional. Choose from a variety of programs that prepare students for careers in nursing, dentistry, health and fitness, pharmacology, physical therapy, radiography, speech language pathology, and more.

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Career Coach

Career Coach

Try this free tool to find salary information, employment opportunities, and related training for jobs in Cumberland County. Features include a career assessment quiz, a resume builder, job postings, and a military experience to civilian career comparison search.

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Career Coach

Work-Based Learning

Earn college credit while learning on the job. Apply classroom knowledge in both paid and non-paid work experiences related to your major and career goals. search.

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Career Coach

Credit For Prior Learning

Earn college credits for training, skills, and knowledge obtained through work, volunteer service, and hobbies. If you have experience through the military, fire certifications, industrial and corporate training programs, apprenticeships, or standardized exams, you may be eligible to receive college credit.

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