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  • Liberal Arts Transfer Plan

    The Liberal Arts Transfer Plan helps you plan for your four-year degree while completing general education requirements. Your advisor can help you map out the best courses and electives in order to transfer as a junior after two years.

    Classes offered day, evening, and online.

    Location: Main Campus, Online

    Awards: Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS)

  • Biology Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Consider biology if you are interested in research with industry or government, primary or secondary school teaching, or entering advanced degree programs for practice in health professions such as medicine, dentistry, or physical therapy.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Science (AS)

  • Business Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Students studying Business will gain knowledge in statistics, accounting, information systems, and economics. Skills gained in the Business Liberal Arts Transfer Major can be easily applied to many career areas including accounting, banking, business management, economics, finance, real estate, and sales.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Chemistry Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Consider chemistry if you are interested in research with industry or government, teaching in a secondary school, or entering advanced degree programs for practice in some health professions.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Science (AS)

  • Communication Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Communication professionals are known for being skillful at taking complex information and making it easy to understand, as well as their ability to connect with others. A degree in communication prepares students for a variety of careers from marketing and public relations to banking and more.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Criminal Justice Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Consider criminal justice if you are interested in a career in county and municipal-level corrections, juvenile corrections, and law enforcement. Individuals pursuing a career in criminal justice want to make a difference in our society.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Early Childhood and Elementary Education Liberal Arts Transfer Majors

    The elementary education and early childhood transfer majors give students an introduction into teaching in pre-K and elementary schools. It is designed for students to complete the first two years of a four-year teaching degree program.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Exercise Science and Kinesiology Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    A career in exercise science and kinesiology aims to improve lifestyles by focusing on prevention and helping to change individual behavior and thought-processes. Options include working with individuals directly or through school and workplace programs.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Fine Arts Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Students interested in fine arts will investigate the creative possibilities of a variety of media and process in personal expression ranging from drawing, painting, photography, and design. Gain a contextual perspective of world art and its concepts.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • History Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Students studying history will acquire an essential liberal arts background preparing them for careers calling for skills in research, analysis, information management, writing, and speaking.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Human and Family Services Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Students studying Human and Family Services will gain skills for employment with various types of social agencies. Students take courses in science, communication, math, humanities, social science, and human services in preparation to transfer into a bachelor’s degree program.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Political Science Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Studies in political science can be readily interfaced with other disciplinary areas. Options include international affairs, global finance, government service and policymaking, law, and diplomacy. Graduate study in this field will further enhance career opportunities.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Psychology Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Regardless of your specific career plans, studies in psychology will develop your critical thinking and interpersonal skills and broaden your understanding of research, ethics, and human behavior. Graduate study in this field will further enhance career opportunities.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Social Work Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Social work emphasizes the importance of social environment as it affects the quality of people’s lives. Students studying social work will gain skills in critical thinking, research methods, understanding the way society works, and the relationship between individuals and the societies in which we live.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Sociology Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Sociology is the study of social life, including social influences on human behavior. Students will learn transferable skills such as thinking critically, making evidence-based arguments, employing various research methods, interpreting data, writing effectively, and understanding diverse perspectives.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

Agriculture

  • Ag Business Management

    Learn all aspects of agriculture, including agronomy and crop production, precision agriculture, farm management, business, and animal production. Students get hands on experience working on Hawkeye’s 225-acre farm.

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma, Certificate

  • Animal Science

    Learn the complete lifecycle of beef and swine from pasture to plate, with hands on experience in anatomy and physiology, animal behavior, feeding and nutrition, reproduction and reproductive technology, production and farm management, meat science/butchering, and more.

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Certificate

  • Landscape and Turf Management

    Prepare for a variety of landscape, grounds maintenance, and turf management careers with knowledge of the science, technical, and managerial skills necessary for success.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Diploma

  • Natural Resources Management

    Graduates leave with the necessary skills and certifications to work in the natural resources field. This is a very hands-on program, with many field trips, community based projects, and 320 hours of real-world work experience.

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Certificate

  • Veterinary Assisting

    Learn to assist veterinarians in the care of cats, dogs, cattle, pigs, and sheep, while gaining hands-on experience with front desk operations, basic lab analysis, and more.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Diploma

Arts and Humanities

  • Fine Arts Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Students interested in fine arts will investigate the creative possibilities of a variety of media and process in personal expression ranging from drawing, painting, photography, and design. Gain a contextual perspective of world art and its concepts.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Digital Mass Media

    Gain the skills to effectively design and deliver clear messaging in a variety of digital formats. Students can choose to focus their coursework on video, audio, or multimedia design.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Arts (AAA)

  • Graphic Design

    Prepare for a career designing print, web, and interactive media. Students develop essential critical and creative thinking skills, fundamental design skills, and technical production skills.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Arts (AAA)

  • Professional Photography

    In today’s market, it takes more to be a professional photographer than just taking a pretty picture. Taught by experienced industry professionals, you will learn the foundational concepts, techniques, and processes that have been used by photographers from the earliest days of photography through today.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Arts (AAA)

Automotive and Transportation

  • Auto Collision Technologies

    Gain the skills necessary for a career in auto collision repair. After one year, students have the option to take additional classes in vehicle repair and maintenance.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma

  • Automotive Technology

    Prepare for a career in automotive and vehicle repair and maintenance with hands-on training in Hawkeye’s Automotive Lab.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Bus Driver

    Learn how to safely operate a commercial bus or school bus. Program includes basic operations of the bus, safe operating practices, advanced operating practices, vehicle maintenance, and non-vehicle maintenance (e.g. using a fire extinguisher).

    Location: Regional Transportation Training Center

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL)

    Develop skills in backing up, turning, and safe driving on both rural and suburban roads using a variety of training techniques including web-based and classroom instruction, hands-on driving simulators, and full-size semis.

    Classes offered day or evening.

    Location: Regional Transportation Training Center

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Class B Commercial Driver's License (CDL)

    Learn how to operate trucks that require a Class B CDL license, such as concrete mixer trucks, snow plows, delivery trucks, moving vans, garbage trucks, tow trucks, buses, and emergency vehicles.

    Classes offered day or evening.

    Location: Regional Transportation Training Center

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Construction Equipment Operator

    Learn the fundamental skills needed to operate many types of light/heavy equipment used in the construction and transportation industry such as a bulldozer, excavator, skid steer loader, large wheel loader, motor grader, mini excavator, all-terrain forklift, and dump truck.

    Location: Regional Transportation Training Center

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Diesel Technology

    Graduates have the skills to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair diesel engines in a variety of transportation, construction, and agricultural vehicles and equipment. Students also gain hands-on training as a Freightliner technician.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Business

  • Business Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Students studying Business will gain knowledge in statistics, accounting, information systems, and economics. Skills gained in the Business Liberal Arts Transfer Major can be easily applied to many career areas including accounting, banking, business management, economics, finance, real estate, and sales.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Communication Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Communication professionals are known for being skillful at taking complex information and making it easy to understand, as well as their ability to connect with others. A degree in communication prepares students for a variety of careers from marketing and public relations to banking and more.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Accounting

    Gain hands-on experience preparing, analyzing, and tracking financial information; preparing individual income taxes, payroll accounting, accounts payable and receivable, and related computer systems.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma

  • Administrative Office Management

    Graduates have the knowledge and skills to coordinate and manage an office environment. This program shares many course requirements with other business programs, making it easy to double major or transfer to another program.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma

  • Ag Business Management

    Learn all aspects of agriculture, including agronomy and crop production, precision agriculture, farm management, business, and animal production. Students get hands on experience working on Hawkeye’s 225-acre farm.

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma, Certificate

  • Bookkeeping Specialist

    Learn the vital information you’ll need to help any business or organization manage their financial records.

    Classes offered in the evening.

    Location: Cedar Falls Center, Online

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Hospitality Management

    Prepare for supervisor and manager roles in hotels, resorts, restaurants, institutions, and clubs by gaining practical skills to manage food and lodging operations. Students in this program get hands-on experience operating the RedTail Café, located in the Brock Student Center.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Human Resource Management

    Gain skills in basic accounting, management, interviewing, job placement, compensation and benefits, labor relations, and more. Students complete 192 hours of real-world work experience before graduation.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Online

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Marketing Management

    Build a foundation of critical thinking, teamwork, business, communications, marketing, economics, sales, and more while preparing for your career. This program provides entrepreneurs with a sound business education.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Medical Office Specialist

    Prepare for a career coordinating or facilitating a medical office, including hands-on experience scribing and working with an electronic health records system.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Diploma

Construction Trades

  • Carpentry Apprenticeship

    Working along-side professional carpenters you'll gain hands-on experience and learn how these professionals bring blueprints to life and provide the foundation for concrete, exteriors, roofs, infrastructure, and also fine trim and finish work.

    Classes offered in the evening.

    Location: Cedar Falls Center

    Award: Apprenticeship

  • Electrical Apprenticeship

    Prepare for a career in the electrical industry including residential, commercial, or industrial. The registered apprenticeship combines on-the-job training from an employer sponsor with classroom curriculum.

    Classes offered in the evening and online.

    Location: Cedar Falls Center, Online

    Award: Apprenticeship

  • Heating and Air Conditioning

    Graduate with entry-level skills for a career installing, maintaining, and repairing residential and commercial heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration equipment. You will also complete the first three levels of the four-level HVAC apprenticeship program.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Diploma

  • HVAC Apprenticeship

    HVAC professionals install, repair, or maintain heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems in residential and commercial buildings. The registered apprenticeship combines on-the-job training from an employer sponsor with classroom curriculum.

    Classes offered in the evening and online.

    Location: Cedar Falls Center, Online

    Award: Apprenticeship

  • Introduction to Construction Trades Pre-Apprenticeship

    Explore a variety of construction trades and learn introductory skills such as operating hand and power tools, reading construction drawings, and handling materials to prepare for a career in the building trades.

    Location: Adult Learning Center, Jobsite

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Plumbing Apprenticeship

    Plumbers install and repair water, gas, and other piping systems in homes, businesses, and factories. The registered apprenticeship combines on-the-job training from an employer sponsor with classroom curriculum.

    Classes offered in the evening and online.

    Location: Cedar Falls Center, Online

    Award: Apprenticeship

  • Sustainable Construction and Design

    Graduates are prepared to design and construct sustainable and highly energy efficient homes. Through a partnership with the City of Waterloo, you will gain hands-on experience building a single family home in the community.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Education

  • Biology Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Consider biology if you are interested in research with industry or government, primary or secondary school teaching, or entering advanced degree programs for practice in health professions such as medicine, dentistry, or physical therapy.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Science (AS)

  • Chemistry Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Consider chemistry if you are interested in research with industry or government, teaching in a secondary school, or entering advanced degree programs for practice in some health professions.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Science (AS)

  • Early Childhood and Elementary Education Liberal Arts Transfer Majors

    The elementary education and early childhood transfer majors give students an introduction into teaching in pre-K and elementary schools. It is designed for students to complete the first two years of a four-year teaching degree program.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Early Childhood Education

    Prepare for a rewarding career nurturing the growth and development of young children in a variety of settings. Students gain 204 hours of real-world work experience before graduation.

    Classes offered day or evening.

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma, Certificate

Health Science and Services

  • Liberal Arts Transfer Plan

    The Liberal Arts Transfer Plan helps you plan for your four-year degree while completing general education requirements. Your advisor can help you map out the best courses and electives in order to transfer as a junior after two years.

    Classes offered day, evening, and online.

    Location: Main Campus, Online

    Awards: Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS)

  • Biology Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Consider biology if you are interested in research with industry or government, primary or secondary school teaching, or entering advanced degree programs for practice in health professions such as medicine, dentistry, or physical therapy.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Science (AS)

  • Chemistry Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Consider chemistry if you are interested in research with industry or government, teaching in a secondary school, or entering advanced degree programs for practice in some health professions.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Science (AS)

  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

    Working as a CNA is a great way to explore if healthcare is right for you. Classes are offered in the day or evening and training can be completed in two months. This course is also a prerequisite for the college’s nursing program.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Certified Nursing Assistant Apprenticeship

    Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) help patients with activities of daily living and other healthcare needs under the supervision of nursing staff. The registered apprenticeship combines on-the-job training from an employer sponsor with classroom curriculum.

    Location: Van G. Miller Adult Learning Center

    Award: Apprenticeship

  • Certified Professional Medical Coder

    Learn medical terminology and anatomy and coding related to three main code books: CPT, ICD-10-CM Code Set, and HCPCS Level II to prepare you for a career in healthcare.

    Class meets online in the evening.

    Location: Online

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Dental Assisting

    Graduates are prepared to assist a dentist at chair side, perform receptionist and clinical functions, and carry out selected dental laboratory work.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Diploma

  • Dental Hygiene

    Learn to provide educational, clinical, and therapeutic disease prevention, health promotion, and oral hygiene services under the supervision of a licensed dentist.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Emergency Medical Services

    Paramedics use their skills to treat acute illnesses and work in traumatic situations alongside firefighters. You’ll learn all aspects of patient care in Hawkeye’s state-of-the-art simulation lab before gaining real-world experience through our hospital and field internship program.

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Certificate

  • Home Health Aide Apprenticeship

    Home Health Aides assist individuals in home healthcare settings with daily activities, checking vital signs, and monitoring physical and mental conditions. The registered apprenticeship combines on-the-job training from an employer sponsor with classroom curriculum.

    Location: Worksite

    Award: Apprenticeship

  • Medical Assistant

    Prepare for an entry-level career helping patients navigate the healthcare system and assisting healthcare providers in appointments.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Classes offered day or evening.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Diploma

  • Medical Laboratory Technology

    Graduates have the knowledge and skills necessary to perform general tests in all laboratory areas, including blood banking, hematology, immunology, and microbiology.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Medical Office Specialist

    Prepare for a career coordinating or facilitating a medical office, including hands-on experience scribing and working with an electronic health records system.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Diploma

  • Nursing

    Graduates are prepared with a mastery of assessment and clinical skills; an understanding of legal and ethical practices; and skills in medical and surgical nursing, maternal-child, mental health, and community health.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma

  • Occupational Therapy Assistant

    Graduates gain entry-level skills to provide patients with treatments that improve their ability to achieve independence in everyday activities while working under the direction and supervision of an occupational therapist.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Patient Access and Front Desk

    Learn the skills needed to work as frontline staff serving patients or clients in a healthcare setting.

    Class meets online in the evening.

    Location: Online

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Pharmacy Technician

    Learn how to fill prescriptions under the supervision of a pharmacist and how to order products, maintain inventory, and bill and receive payments.

    Class meets online in the evening.

    Location: Online

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Physical Therapist Assistant

    Working with a physical therapist, a physical therapist assistant helps people rehabilitate from devastating injuries, manage chronic conditions, and oftentimes avoid surgery and use of prescription drugs.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Prepare to Care: Health Support Professional

    Provides a career pathway and flexible career for those interested or involved in direct patient care.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Respiratory Care

    Learn how to recognize and treat breathing disorders in patients of all ages. Training includes 800 hours of real-world clinical experience.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Information Technology

  • Cybersecurity

    Graduates are prepared to plan, implement, and defend networks of all sizes. You may also receive the CompTIA A+ Net+ and Security+, Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA), and VMware certifications.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Certificate

  • Information Systems Management

    Learn to implement and manage the information technology systems that support a business’s key objectives, goals, and business practices.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Information Technology Specialist

    This program will prepare you to take the CompTIA A+ exam for certification and provide the foundational knowledge for installation, preventative maintenance, networking, security, and troubleshooting.

    Classes offered in the evening.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Network Administration and Engineering

    Learn to design, layout, setup, and maintain every aspect of a computer network. Graduates may receive the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), CompTIA, and VMware certifications.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma

  • Web Programming and Development

    Graduates learn industry-standard programming languages, and gain the skills to plan, program, and test dynamic web applications.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Classes offered in the evening only.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Manufacturing and Engineering

  • Civil and Construction Engineering Technology

    Learn to read building and highway blueprints, operate survey equipment and process data, sample and test materials, prepare construction plans and quantity estimates, inspect civil infrastructure projects, and use computer-aided drafting and design.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • CNC Machining

    Gain hands-on experience in tool-making, die building, mold making, jig and fixture building, tool room machining, and basic design skills.

    Classes offered in the evening.

    Location: Cedar Falls Center

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • CNC Machining and Tool-Making Technology

    Gain hands-on experience in tool-making, die building, mold making, jig and fixture building, tool room machining, and basic design skills.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma, Certificate

  • Electronics Engineering Technology

    Learn how to operate, program, test, troubleshoot, and repair equipment such as industrial control systems, navigational equipment, two-way radios, wireless technologies, radar, and computer systems.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma, Certificate

  • Industrial Automation Technology

    Learn to install, program, maintain, repair, and troubleshoot high-tech, computerized machinery, with hands-on training with PLC computers, CNC machines, mechanical systems, fluid power, robotics, and more.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma

  • Industrial Maintenance

    Learn how to maintain, monitor, troubleshoot and repair equipment used in manufacturing and production settings.

    Classes offered in the evening.

    Location: Cedar Falls Center

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing

    A foundational skill development program designed to stimulate interest in Advanced Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 careers.

    Classes offered in the evening.

    Location: TechWorks Campus — Waterloo

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

  • Welding, Advanced Manufacturing Welding

    Learn various welding techniques, including gas metal arc, shielded metal arc, flux cored arc, gas tungsten arc, and thermal cutting. You also gain skills in blueprint reading, metal cutting and fabrication, pipe welding, robotic welding, and more.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Diploma, Certificate

  • Welding, Production Welding

    Learn how to produce quality gas metal arc (MIG) welds on structural carbon steel using proper techniques and procedures and to perform fillet welds in flat, horizontal, and vertical positions in order to complete the AWS qualification.

    Classes offered in the evening.

    Location: Cedar Falls Center

    Award: Workforce Education Certificate

Science and Mathematics

  • Liberal Arts Transfer Plan

    The Liberal Arts Transfer Plan helps you plan for your four-year degree while completing general education requirements. Your advisor can help you map out the best courses and electives in order to transfer as a junior after two years.

    Classes offered day, evening, and online.

    Location: Main Campus, Online

    Awards: Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS)

  • Biology Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Consider biology if you are interested in research with industry or government, primary or secondary school teaching, or entering advanced degree programs for practice in health professions such as medicine, dentistry, or physical therapy.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Science (AS)

  • Chemistry Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Consider chemistry if you are interested in research with industry or government, teaching in a secondary school, or entering advanced degree programs for practice in some health professions.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Science (AS)

Social Sciences and Public Services

  • Criminal Justice Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Consider criminal justice if you are interested in a career in county and municipal-level corrections, juvenile corrections, and law enforcement. Individuals pursuing a career in criminal justice want to make a difference in our society.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Human and Family Services Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Students studying Human and Family Services will gain skills for employment with various types of social agencies. Students take courses in science, communication, math, humanities, social science, and human services in preparation to transfer into a bachelor’s degree program.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Social Work Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Social work emphasizes the importance of social environment as it affects the quality of people’s lives. Students studying social work will gain skills in critical thinking, research methods, understanding the way society works, and the relationship between individuals and the societies in which we live.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Sociology Liberal Arts Transfer Major

    Sociology is the study of social life, including social influences on human behavior. Students will learn transferable skills such as thinking critically, making evidence-based arguments, employing various research methods, interpreting data, writing effectively, and understanding diverse perspectives.

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Arts (AA)

  • Emergency Medical Services

    Paramedics use their skills to treat acute illnesses and work in traumatic situations alongside firefighters. You’ll learn all aspects of patient care in Hawkeye’s state-of-the-art simulation lab before gaining real-world experience through our hospital and field internship program.

    Location: Main Campus

    Awards: Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Certificate

  • Police Science

    This degree will enable you to work in law enforcement, corrections, or security; plus lay a foundation for you to work in adult or juvenile probation and parole, or legal work.

    Tuition-Free Eligible Program

    Location: Main Campus

    Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

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