Programs of Study
CTC students may select from Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science degrees and a variety of certificate programs. Classroom courses offered in more than 150 locations, and distance learning courses provide many options for study and allow students to start and finish their degree with CTC. Individual CTC locations may offer the full range of degree programs and services or only those identified through local needs assessments or those based on local contractual agreements. The links below provide catalog degree plan information.
- Explore Academic Programs
Want to know more about our program offerings to help you pinpoint your interest? Explore all our programs here! If you are undecided, we offer interdisciplinary studies to allow you to complete your core and select areas of focus you are interested in. Our general studies degree is best for students to maximize evaluated credit.
- A-Z Programs
View A-Z program listings from the Texas and C&I catalogs. Texas includes Workforce Training (Continuing Education) options.
- Associate of Arts & Science Degrees
These degrees are designed to allow for the transfer of credits earned at Central Texas College to the bachelor degree requirements at most four-year public colleges and universities. Completion of the 42 semester hours of core curriculum in each degree guarantees transferability of the minimum 42 semester credit hours of state-mandated core curricula toward the general education requirements of a bachelor’s degree program at state supported colleges and universities in Texas.
- Associate of Applied Science Degrees & Certificates
Did you know many of the highest demand occupations DO NOT require a four-year degree? Career and Technology Education is a series of courses, combined with hands-on training, that prepare students for careers.
Two-year programs lead to an Associate of Applied Science degree. Certificates of completion can be completed in less than two years.
Certificate programs are shorter-term and more field-of-study-focused programs. Often, they can be used as building blocks to gain employment while continuing work toward a degree.
- Military Specific Programs of Study
Take advantage of evaluated credit from your military training and education! Explore military-specific degree maps to plan your path to a degree.
- Army Credentialing Programs
A credential is an occupational license or certification related to a specific job or skill set. Obtaining credentials can help you move forward in your Army career AND give you a head start on planning for your transition to a civilian job.