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Anthropology is the study of humankind everywhere throughout time, emphasizing the importance of culture. Develop your knowledge and skills to understand and improve your personal, relational and professional experience.
Complete a state-approved career and technical education certification at Delta-Montrose Area, Emily Griffith or Pickens technical colleges then apply for CCD’s applied technology program, which prepares you with technical and employment skills.
These programs are designed to provide a springboard into a rewarding career, whether it involves transfer into a four-year degree program or direct employment within the design community as an architectural technologist paraprofessional.
Denver is a city rich in arts and culture with many opportunities for visual artists working in any medium. Our classes in studio arts, art appreciation, and art history will help you embrace your creativity and focus it towards an art-based career.
Your studies in biology will meet the requirements for entry into health care programs, research careers, and applied or field science. The study of biology will enrich your understanding of the living world and your role within it.
Get prepared for an entry position in business or a related area. Gain the skills to thrive in Denver's booming economy. By taking accounting, communication, and other business courses, you will be on your way toward furthering your career.
Whether your interests lean toward nursing, medicine, pharmacy, environmental science, or renewable energy, the study of chemistry will teach you critical thinking and problem-solving skills that will be the foundation for your career.
The ability to communicate effectively is valuable in any career and can set you apart in a crowded field of job applicants. In this program, you will learn communication strategies to utilize in personal, professional and public contexts.
If you enjoy working with computers, helping customers and friends with technical issues, or building networks, CCD's certificates and degrees in IT or CIS will lead you to work immediately in the industry or transfer to a four-year university.
Registered dental hygienists can now continue your education at CCD! Earn a baccalaureate degree and expand your career options with special emphasis in public health dental hygiene and elective courses in education.
Our Associate of Arts degree in elementary education is designed for you to transfer to a four-year college, which not only provides you with a solid educational foundation, but it also allows you to save money during your first two years of college.
Nutrition is a fascinating and dynamic science with a powerful role to play in promoting and sustaining health and wellness. Explore various approaches to health and wellness through the study of concepts, values and applications in this exciting field.
Learn to describe and analyze the physical and cultural landscape. In this program, you will explore the Earth’s surface features and climate, how humans are distributed and the ways in which humans interact with their environment.
Knowing and understanding the events of the past have aided philosophers, politicians, business people and many more in their careers. At CCD, you can choose from a large array of historical topics to enrich your perspective and knowledge of the world.
Social and human service professionals are crucial to a community. A high majority of our students successfully complete a degree with CCD and immediately transfer to a four-year university to complete a bachelor’s degree.
Learn to interview, write, report, edit and produce news stories for a variety of media. CCD offers classes that will start you on the path to a career as a journalist and give you what you need to transfer to a four-year university.
Train in our state-of-the-art manufacturing center! CCD's machine technologies program provides you with classroom learning and hands-on experience with manual lathes, milling machines, and computer numeric control (CNC) machines.
Mathematics is the study of motion, space and quantity, and is the building block for a variety of subjects like finance, engineering and the physical sciences. This two-year program is designed for you to graduate and transfer to a four-year institution to complete a bachelor’s degree in mathematics.
Become a medical assistant in only 12 months and join one of the nation’s fastest-growing career fields. You will be trained to perform administrative and clinical duties, becoming a key player in the healthcare team.
Take private instruction in piano, voice, guitar, woodwinds, strings, songwriting and composition; practice in private rooms with pianos in the art building on the Auraria Campus and perform in the King Center recital and concert halls.
Learn to prepare legal arguments for lawsuits, draft pleadings and motions to be filed with the court, obtain affidavits, and help attorneys during trials. Complete the A.A.S. and start working immediately or transfer to a four-year college or university.
Our coursework will prepare you for careers in engineering, teaching, medicine, radiology, and meteorology. Whatever your goal, the study of physics will enrich your understanding of the physical world.
Work in a large variety of industries with such duties as conducting public opinion surveys, analyzing election results, and working directly with public officials. After CCD, you can transfer to any four-year public college or university in Colorado.
Develop your knowledge and skills to understand and improve your personal, relational and professional experience. Plus, be a part of the Psi Beta National Honor Society, a vibrant and award-winning student organization.
You will learn to perform diagnostic x-ray procedures and become a part of a dynamic healthcare profession. The program may be completed in five or six semesters of coursework, to include classroom, laboratory, and clinical internship experience.
Gain direct, hands-on experience with production work and coursework in acting, technical theater, script analysis, playwriting, and stand-up comedy. This is a path to various careers in the performing arts, education, liberal arts, and humanities.
Veterinary technicians play a major role in veterinary practices, including performing medical and surgical nursing procedures, laboratory testing, anesthesia induction, recovery maintenance, monitoring, and other clinical procedures.
Become skilled in veterinary health and at handling a variety of domestic and exotic species, with the focus on tasks to assist the vet techs and veterinarians. Complete this certificate and start working while you complete the veterinary technology program.