Programs - Vocational

Vocational degree programs are the basis of what trade schools offer. These degrees are for individuals who are looking to obtain training for a specific professional career. For example, automotive technicians typically obtain a degree from an accredited automotive school. Therefore, the allure of trade schools is that a student can bypass 4-10 years of studies, and obtain their training in as little as one year while still securing a well paying job. Certifications and licenses are often needed, so a student must make sure to research accredited trade schools that can provide the guidance to these requirements.

Careers with a Vocational degree:

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Southern Careers Institute

Campus School

Business Accounting Specialist


Medical Assistant