Credit students take courses to earn a degree or transfer to a four year college.
Continuing Education students take courses in order to obtain a new skill, meet a professional requirement earn a certification, or for personal enrichment.
First, decide whether you want to take credit courses or continuing education courses. This is determined by your individual goal as an FCC student. What do you hope to achieve while you're here?
Credit students take courses in order to meet specific academic goals - to earn a degree or certificate, or transfer to a four year college after earning your associate degree.
Continuing Education students take courses in order to obtain a new skill, meet a professional requirement, earn a certification, or for personal enrichment.
What careers are growing in Frederick County?
How much do people make in various jobs?
Will employers be hiring in my field when I graduate?
What degree do I need for the career I want?
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