College-level Credit Programs
Earn a degree, diploma, or certificate in more than 130 college-level programs.
Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Fine Arts, or University Transfer Diplomas transfer to a four-year college or university with advanced standing.
Career and Technical
Associate in Applied Science credits may transfer to some four-year colleges and universities, but these degrees are primarily career and technical education.
Short-term Job Training
Job-ready training in a wide variety of fields and trades. These courses do not transfer to four-year colleges or universities.
High School and Pre-college Programs
Programs that provide an educational foundation for college or the workforce.
Career and College Promise
High school students can enroll, without cost, in college credit classes through the Career and College Promise program.
Adult High School/GED
High school diploma completion or its equivalent.
Classes in basic life skills and academics.
Specific academic skill studies to prepare for college-level work.
English as a Second Language
Learn or improve skills in conversing, reading, and working using English.
Lee Early College
High school and college combination program at the Lee County Campus.
Learn online. Many college-level and non-college-level courses are available.
College Credit Courses
Earn credit toward a college-level degree, diploma, or certificate with these online courses.
These online courses do not earn credits toward a college degree. You may study for a high school diploma/GED, take introductory courses in some medical fields, or enroll in a wide variety of fun and educational Ed2Go classes.
Business and Industry
Training for entrepreneurs and small business owners, as well as customized industry training.
Small Business Center
The Center has offices in Chatham, Harnett and Lee counties to assist those who want to start or already operate a small business.
Targeted workforce training for area businesses and industries.
Emergency Services Training
Learn to be a first responder in law enforcement, fire, and rescue.
Non-credit classes to explore new interests or leisure activities.
Chinese language and culture credit or personal enrichment classes.
Train to be part of the "green collar" workforce or learn to grow your own food and build in an environmentally friendly way through green, sustainable courses.