Academic Programs and Certificates

Cape Cod Community College offers Associate Degrees and Certificates in many fields of study. Whether you plan to transfer, want training for a new job, or plan to change careers, 4Cs offers you quality education in a supportive environment.

Overview of Degrees and Certificates

Associate in Arts
Designed for students planning to transfer to a Baccalaureate (4-year) institution.

Associate in Applied Science
Provides students with course work in general education and a curriculum preparing graduates to seek careers in highly technical fields immediately upon graduation.

Associate in Science
Provide students with general education coursework and professional skills coursework to enter the workforce in their chosen profession.

Certificates
Run anywhere from one to four semesters and you will earn a program specific certificate.

Associate in Arts

The Associate in Arts degree is designed for students planning to transfer to a Baccalaureate (4-year) institution.

Students who follow the course of study in a Concentration listed below will satisfy the requirements of MassTransfer. Students should consult with an academic advisor about the general education course requirements and are encouraged to meet with the 4Cs' Transfer Advising.

These concentrations specify a full-time course load per semester for students planning to complete their degree in two years. Students must complete the courses as prescribed in their selected concentration.

Associate in Applied Science

The Associate in Applied Science degree programs provides students with course work in general education and a curriculum preparing graduates to seek careers in highly technical fields immediately upon graduation.

Associate in Science

The Associate in Science programs provide students with general education coursework and professional skills coursework to enter the workforce in their chosen profession.

Note: The Early Childhood Education – Transfer Compact program is also designed for transfer.

Certificates

Certificate programs run anywhere from one to four semesters and you will earn a program specific certificate.

Note: Students whose placement scores indicate an insufficient level of proficiency will be required to complete MAT025 Pre-algebra and ENL050 Foundations in Writing. Credits earned in these courses will be in addition to the required credits in each certificate.

2017–2018 Academic Year

See also: Degree Requirements

2016–2017 Academic Year

Questions?

Office of Academic and Student Affairs
Location Nickerson Administration Building, 112–113
Cape Cod Community College
2240 Iyannough Road
West Barnstable, MA 02668
Hours Monday–Friday, 8:00am–4:00pm
Phone 774.330.4305
Fax 508.375.4078
E-mail AcademicandStudentAffairs@capecod.edu