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Majors and Programs

Columbus State's main offerings are the associate degree and the certificate. We offer Career & Tech programs, which allow you to get into the workforce quickly. Second, our Transfer (Arts & Sciences) degree programs represent the first two years of a bachelor's degree, so you can start here then finish up at another college. Read on to find out more.

We also offer noncredit training through Community Education and Workforce Development, as well as programs for high school students through K-12 Programs.

1. Bachelor's Degree Transfer Programs

Degrees
  • Associate of Arts (A.A.)
    This degree is intended to fulfill the first two years of a Bachelor's Degree degree for liberal arts-related fields.
    Degree Requirements
  • Associate of Sciences (A.S.)
    This degree is intended to fulfill the first two years of a Bachelor's Degree degree for mathematics, the sciences, allied health and other fields.
    Degree Requirements

 

Community Education & Workforce Development

Non-Credit Courses

Our Community Education and Workforce Development (C.E.W.D.) Offers a wide variety of non-credit business courses for people interested in supplementing their education while they work.

Visit the CEWD website

2. Career & Technical Degree & Certificate Programs

  • Two-year career programs designed to prepare students to get a job immediately after graduation.
  • Some programs transfer credits to four-year schools.
  • Earn an Associate of Applied Science or Associate of Technical Studies Degrees.
  • Some programs award Certificates students can complete in less than two years.
  • Gainful Employment disclosure for certificates
Majors - Career & Technology