ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Highland Community College offers educational programs designed to transfer into a baccalaureate program at senior institutions, lead directly to employment, or satisfy a special interest.

Students who plan to transfer to earn a baccalaureate degree should earn an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, or in some instances an Associate of Engineering Science.

Students who desire to develop an individualized program of study to meet their personal and vocational goals may earn the Associate of General Studies degree.

Students who prefer to take course work leading directly to employment should enroll in a Certificate Program or an Associate of Applied Science degree.

Academic Catalogs

View the 2017-2019 catalog

View the 2015-2017 catalog

View the 2013-2015 catalog

View the 2011–2013 catalog

View the 2009–2011 catalog

View the 2006–2009 catalog

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Areas of Study


Accounting
Agriculture
Art and Graphic Design
Automotive
Biology
Business and Administrative Technology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Cosmetology

Criminal Justice
Early Childhood Education
Engineering
English, Foreign Languages

Environmental Science
Equine Science 
Geology
History and Political Science

Hospitality Management
Industrial Manufacturing

Industrial Mechatronics

Industrial Training
Information Technology Health Care
Information Systems
Liberal Arts and Professional Education

Mass Communication
Mathematics

Medical Sciences
Music, Speech, Theatre

Nursing and Allied Health Programs

Physical Education
Physics
Psychology, Sociology, Human/Social Services


Distance Course State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements

 

Highland Community college has been approved by the State of Illinois to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education. Find out more here.

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