Carroll offers a wide range of classes and programs for a wide range of learners. Let’s take a look at which path is right for you.
If you plan to earn an associate degree or to transfer to a four-year college, you will take credit classes. Many professions require a minimum of an associate or bachelor’s degree, and one of these degrees often translates to higher earning potential. The classes you will take depend upon the degree program you choose, but ultimately, they will culminate in an associate degree in one of the seven areas of study offered at Carroll.
Are you looking for career training, including licensures, certifications
or industry credentials? Are you in need of professional development or Continuing
Education Units (CEUs)? Are you interested in personal enrichment? If you
answered yes to any of these questions, then non-credit courses may be your
answer. Most continuing education programs can be completed within weeks or
months, instead of years.