|Program CIP Code||Introduction|
|Business Information Technology and Business Technology (110201, 520101, 520407)|| |
The Business Information Technology program focuses on computer applications and data administration. Microsoft Office certifications can be earned within this program. The Business Technology Program includes concentrations in accounting, business administration, entrepreneurship, hospitality administration, and medical office management.
|Care and Development of Young Children (190709)|| |
The Care and Development of Young Children (CDYC) program prepares students to effectively educate young children while assuring their health, safety, and well-being in a number of professional settings.
|Culinary Arts and Culinary Entrepreneurship (120503)|| |
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for jobs in bakeries, restaurants, hotels, schools, and cafés. The Culinary Entrepreneurship program brings together principals of small business management with culinary skills for students who want to own their own food-industry business.
|Electrical Construction (460302)|| |
The Electrical Construction program prepares students to work as electricians. Electricians install and maintain residential, commercial, and industrial electrical and power systems.
|Emergency Medical Technician: EMT and Paramedic (510904)|| |
The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Paramedic programs prepare students to respond to emergencies, perform basic medical procedures, and transport patients to medical facilities for further care. Basic and advanced EMT programs are offered, the paramedic program can be completed following advanced EMT certification.
|General Studies (240102)|| |
The General Studies program provides a springboard into a future Bachelor's Degree, offering fundamentals in a wide array of core disciplines such as humanities, mathematics, and sciences.
|Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning: HVAC (470201)|| |
The Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) program provides students with the knowledge, applied skills, and work experience they need to excel in a number of HVAC fields.
|Industrial Maintenance and Industrial Technology: PTEC (470303, 150612)|| |
The Industrial Maintenance program prepares students to design, install, operate, maintain, and repair complex industrial machinery. The Industrial Technology (PTEC) program prepares students to enter a variety of processing industries including: oil, gas, and food processing.
|Louisiana Transfer Degree (240199)|| |
Louisiana Transfer Degrees provide a seamless transition into baccalaureate programs at public four-year colleges and universities throughout the state. Concentrations are offered in: business, biological sciences, fine arts, humanities, physical sciences, and social sciences. Credits are guaranteed to transfer, provided students meet admissions requirements of the transfer college or university.
|Medical Coding and Billing (510713)|| |
The Medical Coding and Billing program prepares students for a career in the growing healthcare industry. With the trend toward electronic medical records, training in medical coding and billing will be an in-demand skill.
|Nursing and Nursing Assistant (513901, 513902)|| |
The Practical Nursing program is designed to meet the educational needs of those students
who desire a career entry into health care as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). The Certified Nursing Assistant program is prepares students for careers as CNAs.
|Paralegal Studies (220302)|| |
The Paralegal Studies program educates and trains paralegals to work under the supervision of attorneys in a variety of settings including: law firms, insurance companies, government agencies, title companies, banks, and corporations.
|Patient Care Technician (512601)|| The Patient Care Technicians program prepares students for careers in healthcare settings. Patient Care Technicians provide direct care and support administrative needs. Technical Competency Areas in EKG Technology and Phelbotomy can be completed as a part of this program or as stand-alone credentials.|
|Teaching: Grades 1-5 (130101)|| |
The Teaching (Grades 1-5) program prepares students to work as paraprofessionals in elementary schools and offers credits that can be transferred into a teacher education program at a
four-year institution for students who intend to become elementary school teachers.
|Welding (480508)|| |
The Welding program prepares students to work as welders in a variety of industrial settings. This program meets American Welding Society (AWS) standards.