At Sinclair Community College, there are three types of degree programs offered: university parallel programs, career programs, and individualized degree programs. As a two-year college, students are provided with the opportunity to earn an associate degree or certificate, take a few courses, and even prepare for future employment or education at a four-year institution. Listed below are all the degree programs, designated with the letter identifying degree type, offered at the college.
University parallel (P) programs are associate of arts or associate of science degree programs designed specifically for transfer to a four-year institution.
Career programs (C) are associate of applied science degree programs designed to prepare for a particular job or vocational area or transfer to a four-year school.
Individualized (I) degrees are associate of individualized study or associate of technical study degree programs designed for specialized interest, often combining multiple degree programs.
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