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Programs of Study

Students Taking Notes at College LectureMost of the programs offered on the main campus are transfer degree programs. CCC does not really have “majors” in the traditional sense, but we do provide a curriculum guide for a student who plans to transfer to a four-year school and major in a subject area. These curriculum guides are located on the Academics section of the CCC web site.

The curriculum guides for these transfer degree programs provide a recommended curriculum you will want to take at CCC for when you do transfer. However, if you know the school where you will transfer to, you will want to make sure you consult their degree requirements and plan the courses you take accordingly. To graduate from CCC, you have to meet the degree requirements for either the A.A., A.S., or A.G.S. degree.

The curriculum guides for a subject area on the CCC web site will provide a recommended curriculum and for most students, these are used to fulfill the elective requirements in a CCC degree option. These credits are then used to fulfill major requirements for when you transfer to a 4-year school.

CCC also offers a number of certificate and A.A.S. degree programs. These programs are mainly offered at the Coffeyville Technical Campus and the Columbus Technical Campus (although a couple are on the main campus as well). These types of programs include welding, electrical, automotive, information technology, construction and several health related fields. Most students who take this course of study will work toward a certificate, and if so desired, can take some general education courses to complete an A.A.S. degree. A majority of students enter the workforce once they complete a technical program.