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Accounting

Gain real-world accounting experience with software such as QuickBooks and Sage 50, while also partnering with CPA firms across the state.

$49,324 avg salary
100% online option

Advanced Automation and Robotics Technology

Advanced manufacturing helps build our modern world. Learn to program robotics and work with equipment like hydraulics.

$58,991 avg salary

Agriculture

Prepare for a real-world agriculture career. Includes partnerships with John Deere, Dow AgroSciences, Monsanto, and others.

$37,194 avg salary
$17.88 avg hourly rate

Automotive Technology

From EVs to self-driving cars, few industries are moving as fast as automotive. Be ready with training in today's high-tech vehicles.

$44,128 avg salary

Aviation Maintenance Technology

Go wheels up on a great career with FAA-certified skills needed to perform maintenance, inspection, and repair of civilian aircraft.

$58,815 avg salary
$28.28 avg hourly rate

Aviation Technology — Flight

Prepare for a career in the cockpit with FAA-approved training that includes flight instructor ratings, aviation weather, and more.

$87,976 avg salary
$42.30 avg hourly rate

Biology

Biology is the study of life itself–and your first step to a career in medicine, pharmacology, agriculture, research, and many others.

$56,357 avg salary
$27.09 avg hourly rate

Building Construction Management

Learn to deliver construction projects on time, on budget, and to the right standards. Internships available with industry partners.

$45,554 avg salary
100% online option

Building Construction Technology

Nothing is more hands-on than construction. Get the carpentry, electrical, or management skills for a variety of building trades.

$45,554 avg salary

Business Administration

Learn principles that build a background for success in business, including the creation of marketing plans, budgets, and case studies.

$54,276 avg salary
100% online option

Business Operations, Applications & Technology (BOAT)

Prepare for a career as an administrative professional, helping all types of office environments, such as legal, medical, and others.

$41,233 avg salary
100% online option

Cloud Technologies

Get skills in essential Internet-based software and services, including platforms such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.

$66,597 avg salary

Computer Science

Acquire skills needed to interact with computers and complex software in any organization, using programming and critical thinking.

$80,945 avg salary
$38.92 avg hourly rate

Criminal Justice

Learn from instructors with real-world experience in career fields like law enforcement, court services, security, and others.

$39,590 avg salary
100% online option

Cybersecurity / Information Assurance

This nationally recognized program helps students learn how to effectively secure computers, networks, and critical infrastructure.

$76,069 avg salary
100% online option

Data Analytics

Learn essentials of extracting information from data, using tools such as data mining, statistical analysis, and business analytics.

$76,724 avg salary

Design Technology

Discover the basics of form and function, with electives leading to paths such as Mechanical Design, Computer Graphics and others.

$62,492 avg salary
$30.04 avg hourly rate

Diesel Technology

Learn how to maintain high-tech engine systems that rely on advanced computer electronics to comply with strict emission standards.

$41,795 avg salary

Education – Early Childhood

Discover essentials of childhood development and growth in a variety of settings, such as traditional classrooms and on-campus labs.

$30,512 avg salary
$14.67 avg hourly rate

Education – Elementary & Special

From lesson plans to community engagement, future teachers learn to teach in a variety of authentic classroom and school settings.

$46,950 avg salary
$22.57 avg hourly rate

Education – Secondary

This program can lead to a teaching degree in biology, chemistry, or mathematics, areas where qualified teachers are sorely needed.

$51,133 avg salary
100% online option

Electrical Engineering Technology

Become a skilled technologist who can perform engineering tasks such as installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting electronic systems.

$73,931 avg salary
$33.54 avg hourly rate

Electronics & Computer Technology

This computer-focused electronics program leans into automated systems, offering background in networking and digital communications.

$72,860 avg salary
$35.03 avg hourly rate

Engineering

A focus on math and science gives you the foundation toward further study in mechanical, civil, electrical, or other engineering.

$84,649 avg salary
$40.70 avg hourly rate

Engineering Technology

Often working with engineers, engineering technicians have responsibilities that can include project development, planning, and testing.

$71,701 avg salary
$34.47 avg hourly rate

Entrepreneurship

Get a solid foundation for starting or growing a business, including mentoring and opportunities to pitch investors for funding.

General Studies

Get broad exposure to a solid core of courses largely transferable to 4-year institutions as required for a bachelor's degree.

100% online option

Health Information Technology

Efficient processing of health records helps improve quality of care. Graduates can work in hospitals, doctors’ offices, and clinics.

$41,465 avg salary
100% online option

Healthcare Specialist

Start your healthcare career with clinical hands-on practice in certification options like Phlebotomy, Pharmacy Technician, and more.

$35,828 avg salary

Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning Technology (HVAC)

Train with actual furnace and AC equipment while also learning about new technologies like solar, geothermal, and HVAC automation.

$54,991 avg salary

Homeland Security / Public Safety

Choose a career on the front lines of service. Occupations include firefighter, EMS, law enforcement, and transportation security.

$50,212 avg salary
100% online option

Hospitality Administration (Events & Culinary Arts)

Discover the skills behind the largest private sector industry in the US. Career choices include events manager, caterer, pastry chef, and others.

$34,984 avg salary
100% online option

Human Services

Ready to help others? Here, students are trained to develop the skills, attitudes, and knowledge needed to work in social services.

$28,120 avg salary

Indiana College Core

Fulfills core requirements equivalent to your first year of college so you can start as a sophomore at any Indiana 4-year institution.

100% online option

Industrial Technology

Manufacturers need technicians who understand modern machines. Train for career fields like repair technician, welder, or machinist.

$42,975 avg salary

Informatics

Learn how people and technology interact so you can develop skills to make tomorrow’s computers and software more useful.

$65,044 avg salary
100% online option

Information Technology Support

Prepare for a career in the IT field with knowledge and skills needed to build and maintain computing systems and technology.

$64,209 avg salary

Legal Studies

The starting point for students interested in the law. Learn about sources of law, legal research, civil procedure, ethics, and more.

$44,343 avg salary
$21.32 avg hourly rate

Liberal Arts

Explore personal and academic growth in areas from critical thinking to creative expression as you build toward a bachelor’s degree.

100% online option

Logistics & Supply Chain Management

Get your logistics career going by studying the technologies and systems used to track goods efficiently and keep the economy moving.

$47,086 avg salary
100% online option

Machine Tool Technology

There’s high demand for skills in precision machining. Certificate paths include manual machining or computer-based CNC machining.

$51,521 avg salary

Manufacturing Production & Operations

Online degree program designed to lead to roles as technicians, operators, and managers on the modern manufacturing plant floor.

$42,419 avg salary
100% online option

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Get skills that can lead to careers related to mechanical engineering, including product design, drafting, manufacturing, and testing.

$71,672 avg salary
$34.46 avg hourly rate

Medical Assisting

Be the link between healthcare providers and patients as you learn in a variety of settings, including labs and patient exam rooms.

$37,755 avg salary
100% online option

Network Infrastructure

Get the industry-standard hardware and software skills needed to master computer networks, the nerve center of our digital world.

$66,145 avg salary

Nursing

Work toward an LPN, ASN, or transfer as a junior. Learn to care for patients and qualify to work in hospitals, home health, and more.

Paralegal Studies

Learn legal essentials from a faculty made up of practicing attorneys and judges. Graduates may work as court staff or in legal firms.

$41,329 avg salary
100% online option

Paramedic Science

Help make a difference and change lives in a program that has EMS alumni currently working with some of the state’s best hospitals.

$34,278 avg salary

Patient Care Technician

Assist patients with day-to-day activities, take vital signs, collect specimens, and perform other diagnostic or treatment procedures.

$29,511 avg salary
$14.19 avg hourly rate

Professional Communication

Get started on the path to Executive Assistant, Writer, or another communications career with skills for effective message delivery.

$80,160 avg salary
100% online option

Psychology

Psychology is the study of behavior, a highly valuable career skill. Studies include human sexuality and theories of personality.

$46,851 avg salary
100% online option

Respiratory Therapy

Help treat breathing disorders in patients ranging from infants to seniors, while working side-by-side with doctors, nurses and others.

$59,259 avg salary
$28.49 avg hourly rate

Software Development

Learn to develop, test, and maintain software by gaining a foundation in programming, web development, and application development.

$80,945 avg salary

Surgical Technology

Train in a real operating room to enter the workforce as a surgical assistant, in labor and delivery, or in central sterile supply.

$48,859 avg salary
$23.49 avg hourly rate

Therapeutic Massage

Ideal environment to become a skilled massage therapist, thanks to a student-run public clinic and field trips to clientele in need.

$43,492 avg salary

Visual Communications

Careers in media and marketing begin with skills in visual communications. Here students learn both the technical and aesthetic aspects.

$42,704 avg salary
$20.53 avg hourly rate