Quinebaug Valley Community College (QVCC) Graduate Programs – The list of Graduate Programs offered at the Quinebaug Valley Community College (QVCC). This list cuts across all the schools, colleges, and faculties in the institution.
The list of Graduate programs open for admission at the Quinebaug Valley Community College (QVCC) has been released by the institution’s management. The list below is available for prospective students below.
Quinebaug Valley Community College (QVCC) Graduate Programs
Graduates with associate degrees receive an Associate in Arts (AA) or an Associate in Science (AS). The AA degree programs are generally appropriate for students intending to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program. The AS degree programs usually have a career emphasis.
Associate degree programs require completion of specific coursework in the area of concentration, plus a core curriculum of general education courses in liberal arts and sciences. Many serve as preparation for transfer to bachelor’s degree programs in a related major. To receive an associate degree, students usually must complete at least 20 courses and earn a minimum of 60 credits. The number of credits vary according to the requirements of the individual programs.
Medical Laboratory Technician
Business Administration: Bus. Information Systems
Business Administration: Health Care Management
Business Administration: Management
Computer Services: IT Support Services Option
Computer Science Studies*
Early Childhood Education
Early Childhood Teacher Credential Studies*
Pathway to Teaching Careers
Social Work Studies*
Biomolecular Science (Tech Studies degree)
Environmental Science (Tech Studies degree)
Political Science Studies*
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Connecticut State University Pathway Transfer Degrees*
*Please note that the degree programs identified below with an asterisk (*) are Transfer Articulation Pathways (TAP) which transfer directly to Connecticut State Universities and Charter Oak College without losing any credits. You are guaranteed full junior status upon transferring. All associate-level courses required for these transfer degrees will count towards your bachelor’s degree.
Certificate programs can serve as the basis for further higher education or professional studies. They require students to complete specified coursework, mainly related to particular fields of employment.
While many students enroll in a certificate program in preparation for direct entry into employment, they often return to college, part time or full time, and apply the credits previously earned to an associate degree program.
Administrative Medical Office Skills
Advanced Manufacturing Machine Technology
Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
English as a Second Language
Health Career Pathways
HIMT: Certified Coding Specialist
Mechatronics Automation Technician
Senior Network Specialist