Start at LLCC and transfer almost anywhere, or enter directly into the workforce. Earning a two-year associate degree at LLCC allows you to transfer to a university or college as a junior, and earn the same diploma from that institution as someone who started there as a freshman. You will save thousands of dollars in tuition, fees and room/board costs by earning a transfer degree at LLCC.
Choose from more than 75 associate degree programs and more than 70 certificate programs. Click on the categories in the menu to explore your many options, in class or online.
Arts and Humanities
The Arts and Humanities department offers the following programs of study:
Art, Communication, Digital Media and App Design (Computer Gaming), English, Graphic Design, Liberal Arts, Music, Philosophy, Theatre and World Language.
Business and Technologies
The Business and Technologies department offers the following programs of study:
Accounting, Agriculture, Architecture, Auto Body, Automotive, Aviation, Business, Computer Science, Construction Occupations, Cosmetology, Customized Applied Technology, Electronics, Help Desk, HVACR, Hospitality & Culinary Arts, Industrial Technology, Landscape Design & Turf Management, Office Professional, and Welding.
The Health Professions department offers the following programs of study:
Central Sterile Service Technician, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Science Technology, Medical Coding Program, Neurodiagnostic Technology, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Radiography, Respiratory Care, Surgical Technology, Transition to Surgical Technology, Associate Degree Nursing, LPN to ADN Transition, Practical Nursing, and Basic Nurse Assistant (CNA).
Mathematics and Sciences
The Mathematics and Sciences department offers the following programs of study:
Biology, Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, Engineering Science, Geography, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Pre-Clinical Laboratory Science, and Pre-Medical Professions.
The Social Sciences department offers the following programs of study:
Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Education, Exercise and Sports Science, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. Social Sciences also offers courses in Anthropology and Economics.
Explore Career Training at LLCC to view programs designed to train students to enter workforce occupations.