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Academics & Non-Credit

Credit and Non-Credit Programs

Garrett College offers credit and non-credit options that put you on your way to success. Choose from credit degrees, certificates, non-credit workforce programs, workforce training or personal interest courses.

Educational Pathways


Academic Programs & Courses

Follow your path toward a two-year degree, one-year certificates or a transfer degree to a four-year institution.



Non-credit & Workforce

Advance your job skills in a non-credit program, technical training or complete your GED®.



Industry and Interest

Area of Interest Certificate Degree Program Transfer Option* Industry Credential Workforce Development
Adventure Sports Management      
Addictions Counseling    
Allied Health  
Business      
Construction & Building Maintenance      
Computer Science      
Cybersecurity  
Education  
Engineering    
Fine and Performing Arts        
General Studies      
Graphics & Web Design        
Liberal Arts        
Manufacturing      
Mathematics & Science        
Natural Resources        
Social & Behavioral Sciences        
Sport Management        
Transportation        

Industry credentials refer to certification issued by an occupational or industry group to demonstrate competency or completion of training for a particular job category. Many jobs require some form of industry certification as a prerequisite to hiring. Credentialing provides employers with the candidate’s technical qualifications. Continuing Education & Workforce Development programs in Welding, Medical Coding & Billing, and Building/Property Maintenance Technician all offer credentials.

Workforce Development training programs include CDL/Truck Driving, Machining, Paramedic, Veterinary Assistant, and a variety of Allied Health career programs designed to enhance your employability in today’s job market with an industry recognized certificate or credential. Offered through Continuing Education & Workforce Development, the majority of courses can be completed by attending part-time classes in the evenings and on weekends.

Garrett College offers five distinct associate degrees. Within these degrees there are a variety of programs and concentrations available to meet student learning needs and future goals.

Transfer options include concentrations within degree programs at Garrett College, such as mathematics/science, social and behavioral sciences, elementary education, business management & entrepreneurship, etc. Non-Degree Transfer Programs such as pre-nursing, pre-physical therapist assistant, pre-radiologic technology are also included in this category as these programs prepare students for application to programs at other institutions.