Certificate of Achievement

The Certificate of Achievement is designed to provide recognition for the student who does not plan to complete a degree program. Application for the Certificate of Achievement must be approved by the program advisor and the appropriate instructional dean.

This certificate includes related instruction and a minimum of 45 credits in an approved program, including:

  • 3-5 credits in oral communications
  • 3-5 credits in written communications
  • 3-5 credits in human relations
  • 3-5 credits in computational skills, and
  • 25-31 credits in the program major
  • 45 minimum total credits

Students working toward a Certificate of Achievement need to develop a program outline with the faculty advisor in their professional/technical area of interest that includes all related instruction components.

Certificate of Achievements are offered through the following programs:

  • Accounting Technician
  • Agriculture
  • Aviation (Commercial Pilot)
  • Aviation Maintenance Technology
  • Business Information Management
  • Chemical Laboratory Technology
  • Computer Science
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Industrial Systems Technology
  • Manufacturing
  • Medical Assistant
  • Welding Technology