Rogue Community College
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Degree and Certificate Programs

RCC offers six two-year degrees, 75 career and technical training programs and a variety of workforce and short-term training.

Classes are offered day, evening, weekends and online. Getting started at RCC

  • Academic Success

    • Courses are available if your placement tests indicate a need for writing, reading, mathematics, or study skills improvement. Tutoring assistance is provided if you are enrolled in credit classes.
  • Associate of General Studies

    • Provides the opportunity to acquire a broad education rather than pursuing a specific college major.
  • Associate of Science (AS)

    • Prepares students for transferring to baccalaureate degree programs in applied areas. The AS degree allows you to focus on a particular discipline based upon signed articulation agreements with the universities that have agreed to accept RCC students.
  • Basic Skills Programs

    • ABS offers instruction in areas such as reading, writing, and mathematics. This instruction is provided through Adult Basic Skills programs for General Educational Development (GED®), and English as a Second Language (ESL).
  • Career and Technical Programs

    • These programs lead to a certificate or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree and are designed for career entry upon completion.
  • Career Pathways Certificate

    • CPC certificates open the door to a solid start in obtaining your employment and educational goals. Each certificate requires just a few courses. You decide how far you want to go, at a pace that is comfortable for you.
  • College Transfer

    • Completing the Associate of Arts/Oregon Transfer degree assures you junior-level standing and the completion of general education requirements at any public institution in the Oregon University System. Completion of this degree is considered the best preparation for transfer to out-of-state or private institutions.
  • Focus Award

    • Recognizes student achievement in a specific topic or theme and may be earned in combination with a certificate or degree. Classes may transfer to a variety of programs at a four-year college or university as elective credits, program requirements, and/or graduation requirements for the receiving institution.
  • Limited Entry Programs

    • Some programs have application processes and additional requirements for program acceptance. Enrollment is limited and admission is not guaranteed. To see if the program you have chosen is limited entry, check the “Entry Requirements” on the program’s graduation guide (click the link, then select the program you are interested in). Limited entry programs include but are not limited to:

Apprenticeship, Dental Assistant, Emergency Medical Services, Human Services, Massage Therapy, Medical Administrative Assistant, Medical Assistant, Medical Coding, Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Paramedicine, Pharmacy Technician, Physical Therapy Assistant, Practical Nursing and Sterile Processing Technician.