Education Planning and ExplorationUnsure of where to start? Not quite ready to commit? We can help. CCBC is the place to explore and plan out your career goals.
- Decide when and where to start. We have 15 start dates at 6 Baltimore County locations and online. Typically, there are four terms during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. There are also three terms available during the Winter session.
- Build a solid foundation. We have developmental classes, tutoring and writing labs to help you build the foundation and self confidence for success.
- Design your path. You can start with a class, then earn a certificate, then earn a certification, earn a degree and then transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree. Explore the general studies program, our most popular degree program. Or, take a few classes to design your own learning path. Our Academic Advisors will be with you all the way!
- Maybe you don't want to go to college? That’s okay, we’re much more than just a college! We offer a wide range of workforce training certification programs, trade apprenticeships and professional skills classes that can get you a job fast.
Learn more about our programs, activities and services.
- Tour our campus.
- Attend an information session.
- Request a mailed information packet.
- Email a question to email@example.com.
- Follow us on social media.
- Stop by our office.
- Tell us about yourself and we’ll get you the information you need.
Explore college majors
- CCBC Programs of Study includes more than 280 associate degree, credit certificate, and non-credit workforce training certification programs – more than any college in the region.
- What Can I Do With This Major? allows you to explore majors and search for career information.
- Academic Pathways offers student success activities and resources grouped by area of interest.
- LEAP (Learn. Earn. Achieve. Progress) Program is a free program designed to help 18 to 24 year olds get started on their career path.
CCBC Career Services offers an abundance of resources to guide you through your journey from student to professional.
- Focus2 matches college programs and majors with over 1200 occupations. To set up an account, use CCBC as the Access Code.
- Career Coach provides up-to-date information about salary and demand for our region.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- O'Net Online is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration to describe almost a 1,000 occupations throughout the US economy. Students can search, browse by industry, print a career report, explore the salary data, and learn about the skills and credentials required.
- Career One Stop toolkit includes career, training, skill, job, wage and industry information at a glance.
- My Next Move groups careers by their experience, education and training requirements.