Programs Available – Lincoln County Campus

Expect excellence from your academic experience at the Lincoln County Campus. We offer some of the same high-quality programs that are available at the Flathead Valley Community College main campus in Kalispell. We promise a learning experience with a comprehensive blend of programs, activities, resources and hands-on learning opportunities.

In the end, you will have created great opportunities for yourself to move on to bigger and better things.

Associate Programs

Our Associate of Arts, Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science are two-year associate degrees. They can prepare you for professional employment upon graduation. You can also apply the Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees as transfer degrees, which allow you to enter any college or university within the Montana University System (as well as other institutions throughout the state and the nation) as a junior in four-year undergraduate programs.

Associate programs offered at LCC:

  • Associate of Arts
  • Associate of Science
  • Associate of Applied Science in:
    • Accounting Technology
    • Administrative Assistant
    • Building Trades (in Eureka)
    • Business Administration
    • Early Childhood Education
    • Human Services
    • Medical Assistant
    • Medical Administrative Assistant

Career and Technical Programs

Our career and technical programs train you to begin working in a specialized job or field and may take a year or longer to complete. They’re offered through six academic divisions. These divisions include Allied Health, Business and Technology, Career and Technical, Humanities, Math and Science and Social Sciences.

Certificate programs at Lincoln County Campus:

  • Accounting Technology
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Building Trades (in Eureka)
  • Business Administration

Workforce Development

The needs of our community are a top concern, so we keep in close touch with employers and community members to keep up with the changing employment and training needs through our Workforce Development programs. For example, we provide educational development to teachers in the Lincoln County public schools. And when asbestos cleanup became a main concern in the area, we created hazardous materials training programs to meet that need.

Opportunities for High School Students

We like to expand the learning opportunities for our community outside the traditional educational experiences. The Running Start program offers local high school students greater challenge in the classroom. Students can earn college credits while completing high school.

Continuing Education

You can take non-credit classes to learn new skills, improve your expertise in a craft or hobby and grow in personal knowledge about topics that interest you. Learn to quilt, improve your fly-fishing techniques, practice yoga with an experienced trainer. If you have an interest in a particular area, let us know and we’ll respond by pulling together appropriate courses and testing community interest.

 


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Last modified: November 11, 2011