--Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree--
-Natural Resource Management
--Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS)--
Track 1 -Nursing Two-year plan
Track 2- Health Services Certificate + 2 years
Track 3 Part-time Evening/Weekend RN
Track 4 LPN to RN Bridge
Track 5 Part-time Evening/Weekend LPN to RN
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Engineering TechnologyComputer Networking & Telecommunications
Human Services Technology
-Arts & Crafts Production
-Diesel Powered Equipment/Mine Machinery Maintenance
--Career Studies Programs**-- Generally, non-degree programs of one-year duration, or less
Adventure Tourism Management Specialist Basic IT Skills Manufacturing Fabrication Carpentry Masonry Commercial Driver Training
Computer Aided Drafting and Design
Medical Coding Computed Tomography Network Administration Construction Management Oracle Specialist Customer Care Representative Outdoor Recreation Electrical Installation Pharmacy Technician Electronic Medical Records Specialist Phlebotomy Emergency Medical Services Technology- Intermediate Plumbing EMT - Paramedic Registered Nurse to Paramedic Bridge Entrepreneurship Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Fire Science Technology Software Development Geographic Information Systems Software Quality Assurance Geriatric Human Services Facilitator Traditional Music Health Care Technician Welding Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Welding Pipefitter's Assistant Heavy Equip./Geo-technical Drilling Horticulture Management Industrial Maintenance Information Technology Insurance Interaction Design
What is Gainful Employment?
• Gainful Employment is the name of a 2011 U.S. Department of Education regulation.
• The regulation, among other things, requires Southwest Virginia Community College (SWCC) to provide additional information about programs that fall under the regulation. Download PDF for more information>>>
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