Use Your Evenings to Earn a Degree at JCC

Are you juggling work and family commitments yet want to earn your college degree to advance your career and salary potential?  Use your evenings to get ahead at Jefferson Community College! Jefferson’s two-year degree programs in business administration, criminal justice, early childhood* and human services* are offered in an evening format with classes beginning at 5:00 p.m. or later.  Many courses are also available online for added flexibility.

If you want to continue your education and earn a bachelor’s degree in these program areas, credit earned can be transferred to most 4-year institutions, however you can also continue your studies without leaving the area. Bachelor’s programs in business administration, criminal justice, social work and early childhood are available on Jefferson’s campus through partnerships with colleges in Jefferson’s Higher Education Center initiative.

If you are undecided about a degree program or have numerous college credits to transfer, a degree in individual studies or liberal arts – humanities and social sciences might be right for you.  Individual Studies is a flexible course of study designed to meet individual interests and needs. A Jefferson advisor will assist you with developing an appropriate curriculum to meet academic and career goals.  The associate of arts degree in liberal arts-humanities and social sciences will provide a solid liberal arts foundation while giving you the flexibility to study subjects of personal and career interest and the preparation required to transfer to a four-year college or university. Or, career counseling can help match your academic and personal strengths with specific degree programs. Jefferson offers 32 degree and certificate programs in a variety of majors including 6 degree programs completely online.

For more information, call the JCC Advising, Career and Counseling Center at 315-786-2271. To schedule a campus tour to see if JCC is a good fit for you, call 315-786-6567.                                      

 

* This degree program may contain courses that begin at 4 PM.