OCCC now offers Associate Degrees in Accounting and Administrative Assistant, as well as a Transfer Degree program focusing on courses in Business Administration. The programs are based in OCCC’s North County Center in Lincoln City, home of Siletz Bay (above).
This is a comprehensive two-year degree program of both theory and practical experience designed to prepare students for a career in aquatic animal husbandry.
This is a transfer program that may serve the requirements of students transferring to baccalaureate programs at Oregon’s Public Universities. The AAOT has rigorous requirements in mathematics, writing, science and social studies. Scheduling requirements and limited resources prevent all courses
The Criminal Justice Program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the criminal justice field. The field of criminal justice includes jobs such as law enforcement officers, probation and parole officers, corrections officers and juvenile workers. Persons in
The Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree provides students flexibility in using a variety of college-level courses (generally 100-level or above) to design a two-year degree program in broad interdisciplinary areas. These courses can come from general education, academic, or