Illinois Programs of Study has been developed by the Partnerships for College and Career Success, a state and federal initiative that prepares students for high-skill, high-wage careers offering a favorable job outlook.
As a member of the Partnerships for College and Career Success, KCC collaborated with area high schools, career centers, and employers to develop KCC's Programs of Study project, which focuses on career pathways for high-school students.
Your pathway to a career
Are you a high-school student looking for a roadmap to an associate degree or career in one of the following fields? Area high-school counselors have worked with KCC's director of PCCS and program coordinators to identify the high-school, career center and college level courses that lead to a degree in the fields listed below.
|Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
||Elec. Tech.- Industrial Electricity
||Elec. Tech. - Indust Machine Maint
|Business Marketing Management
||Elec. Tech. - Renewable Energy
||Paralegal Legal Asst Studies
|Business Supply Chain Mgmt.
||Paraprof. Educator/Teacher's Aide
|Child Development - Director
||Physical Therapist Assistant
|Child Development - Educator
|Computer Aided Drafting
||Medical Laboratory Technology
|Computer Graphic Design
High school Programs of Study documents
It's not too early to start working towards your goal. Review your high school's Programs of Study document to see what courses you could be taking now to prepare for your career.
Details for the Career Pathways and Programs of Study project can be found at the Illinois Programs of Study website.
Interested in more information? Contact Paul Carlson, assistant dean, Business and Technology Division at KCC, by phone, 815-802-8858, or email email@example.com.