Career Pathways for High School Students

Find your career area of interest and start exploring your future today! Classes you are taking now can lead to high-demand, high paying jobs and careers - often in less than two years. Get information on school-to-college programs of study, articulations, certificates, associate degrees, transfer degrees to 4 year colleges, industry certifications, related career fields, salaries and job outlook.

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High School Students

What is a program of study?

A program of study shows the classes you need to take in a career pathway in high school and at community college. It shows both the career pathway classes and the general education classes you will need to complete high school and a certificate, associate degree or transfer degree. Some programs of study may include articulated classes.

What is an articulated class?

An articulated class gives you dual college and high school credit. Faculty at the high schools and the colleges are putting articulation agreements into place for each of the career pathway areas they have in common. Articulation agreements help high school students earn college credit and avoid duplicating work, saving you time and money