- DVST - Developmental Studies
- HMDV - Human Development
- BAS - Basic Skills
- English as a Second Language (ESL) Certificate
The English as a Second Language (ESL) Certificate program is designed to academically
prepare international and local immigrant students for course work at the college
level and/or entrance into the workforce. Focus concepts are in the three major areas
of writing, reading, and communication.
Students who have successfully completed the twenty-three credit ESL Certificate program have matriculated to two and four-year colleges or universities, entered the work force as translators for local and district courts, as paralegals in law firms, as teachers and paraprofessionals in the K-12 public school system, as faculty at higher education institutions, and as engineers for international companies. Recipients of the ESL Certificate have received an academic foundation upon which they have continued to build and earn careers.