Fall 2024 Registration



Degrees & Certificates


Specific information may be found on these degrees by clicking any of the degrees listed below.

You may earn more than one degree at Clatsop Community College. To be awarded an additional degree or degrees, however, you must complete at least 24 credits of coursework different from each of the previous degree(s). In addition, you must fulfill all the specified requirements for each new degree. Degrees will be awarded once you have completed the graduation petition process.


The College also offers structured state-approved certificates in particular Applied Science fields. Specific requirements are listed in the program descriptions in the catalog. A certificate may not be awarded concurrently with or subsequent to a degree in the same applied science program.
There are different types of certificates offered at the College. They are in the following categories: 
  • Career Pathway: typically 12-18 credits of coursework that provides a specific subset of skills.
  • Less than One-year: less than 45 credits of coursework.
  • One-year: requires a minimum of 45 credits. 
At least 12 credits must be earned at Clatsop to receive any of these certificates from the College. Additionally, there are mathematics, writing, and human relations requirements for the Less than One-year, and One-year certificate programs.

Career Pathways

Career Pathways are a series of educational programs that enables individuals to gain employment advantages in a targeted occupation or industry. By completing a Career Pathways Certificate Program at Clatsop Community College, students increase their qualifications for work opportunities, and then may advance over time to successively higher levels of education and employment. 
Career Pathways provides avenues for career advancement for current workers, reentry into the job force for displaced workers, and opportunities for new entrants into the labor market. It creates entry points into the labor force and promotes educational attainment related to local industry needs. 

By targeting jobs of importance to the local economy, the Career Pathways Program also provides a supply of qualified workers for area employers.

Fall 2024
Class Registration

For Fall 2024, there is a New MyCCC Experience for registering for Academic Credit Classes. To learn more click here.

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